Binge watchers rejoice! Netflix has answered oneÂ the biggestÂ complaints many have had for its Apple TV app. Netflix has finally brought “Post-Play” to the Apple TV, a feature thatÂ automatically queues up and plays the next episode of a TV show while… Read more ›
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Mac Safari users who have the Adobe Flash plugin installed are likely to find it disabled automatically by Apple, due to a recent security issue with the Flash plugin. That basically means if you don’t have the very newest Flash version installed already, and most people don’t yet, you’ll see the a “Flash Out Of … Read More
Google+ was not the immediate Facebook-killer that Google wanted it to be, perhaps, but slowly and surely the search giant has been making its social networking service more and more useful to average folk. That trend continues with the release… Read more ›
TextExpander, the amazing utility that allows you to type a quick shortcut (or “snippet”) and have it expand into any text you want, has been in a bit of trouble with Apple recently. The maker of TextExpander, Smile Software, was… Read more ›
If youâ€™re looking for a secure online backup solution, look no further than Carbonite. Thereâ€™s a reason theyâ€™re a leading provider of cloud backup solutions for home and business users in over 100 countries. And with one free month of… Read more ›
Meteor is a $ 1 app with a brilliant, simple solution to a common problem no one seems to have addressed until now â€” and it’ll almost certainly unclutter your phone. As demonstrated repeatedly, the iPhone’s camera is a legitimate… Read more ›
While malware isn’t as widespread or as common on Macs as it is on PCs, you’re kidding yourself if you still believe OS X is immune to it. It’s a very real threat, and if you’re not careful about what…
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Anyone who downloads files from around the web, ftp, torrents, and elsewhere will eventually wind up with a lot of archive clutter sitting around on their Mac in the form of tons of zip, rar, sit, and other compressed file formats. This is because the default behavior is set for archives to maintain their existence even after their contents are extracted, a reasonable but conservative setting that can cause users to forget about the original archive file(s).
You can really never have too many backups of your most important files, and since our iPhone photos and pictures often fall into the ‘very important’ category, having an automatic backup solution directly from your iPhone can be a good idea. Yes, using iCloud will back up some photos, but it doesn’t offer direct access to a single picture the way that copying them to your computer does. That’s where Dropbox can come in, offering a bit of both worlds; [Read More...]
This post is as much for our Dear Leader Leander Kahney as much as it is for you, our wonderful and ever-curious reader. It solves a problem Leander struggled with for a full thirty seconds before tossing it to us minions in the Cult of Mac HipChat room. The problem: How to get all the […]
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