Tag Archive: Center


How to Add Siri Results into Notification Center on Mac

We already know that Siri for Mac has a litany of commands and capabilities, but did you know that you can pin a Siri search result into the Mac Notifications Center panel? For example, if you ask Siri for the weather, you can pin the result, which will update on the fly, into the Notifications … Read More

iOS 10: Finding Music Controls at Control Center

Apple redesigned some fundamental features with iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad, including where the music controls are found in Control Center, slide-to-unlock, and the newly hidden Shuffle and Repeat controls in Music app itself. If you’re new to iOS 10 and thought that Control Center removed the music controls, it’s likely because the new … Read More

Turn your iPad into a control center for your Mac with Quadro

I just used my iPad to control my MacBook Pro. I watched a video on YouTube, did some image manipulation with Lightroom and edited an essay in Microsoft Word, all without touching my laptop. Sounds like something you’d expect with a screen sharing app, but Quadro makes it even simpler with a new iOS app […]

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Enable & Disable Night Shift in iOS Quickly from Control Center

Night Shift in iOS causes the device display to readjust to a warmer color spectrum, thereby reducing the displays output of blue light. This makes the screen of an iPhone or iPad not only more pleasant to look at in the evening and dark hours, but it also is easier on the eyes and potentially … Read More

Enable & Disable Night Shift in iOS Quickly from Control Center

Night Shift in iOS causes the device display to readjust to a warmer color spectrum, thereby reducing the displays output of blue light. This makes the screen of an iPhone or iPad not only more pleasant to look at in the evening and dark hours, but it also is easier on the eyes and potentially … Read More [Read More…]

Enable & Disable Night Shift in iOS Quickly from Control Center

Night Shift in iOS causes the device display to readjust to a warmer color spectrum, thereby reducing the displays output of blue light. This makes the screen of an iPhone or iPad not only more pleasant to look at in the evening and dark hours, but it also is easier on the eyes and potentially … Read More [Read More…]

Scrivener 2 cuts the clutter to keep your writing front and center [Deals]

If you write on a computer, you know how much of a mess it can be to keep on top of your notes, drafts, research, edits, etc. Luckily there’s Scrivener 2, an app that’s all about keeping the many parts of your writing process in one place. It’s won awards for its ability to streamline […]

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How to control your home media with 3D Touch and Launch Center Pro

While some apps haven’t quite figured out best use cases for 3D Touch yet, a handful of apps have gotten it right. One of those apps is Launch Center Pro, which lets you choose what apps you get access to through 3D Touch actions. I’ve chosen to take advantage of this by using Launch Center […]

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Pornhub’s free VR vids put you in the center of the action

As virtual reality headsets take off in a big way, every one of us has wondered what VR porn is like. If you haven’t, you’re lying. Now, thanks to Pornhub, it’s free to find out. Everyone’s favorite adult website has joined forces with VR porn store BaDoink to offer a new channel specifically for 360-degree […]

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How to view your Google Drive files faster with Launch Center Pro

Launch Center Pro has solved many workflow problems for me over the years. Most recently it’s been an immense time-saver when it comes to accessing Google Drive files I need often. While the Google Drive app itself is decent enough, it only acts as a hub to Google’s other apps, which is somewhat annoying. That’s […]

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