Tag Archive: Desktop


How to View a Full Desktop Website in Safari for iPhone

Most iPhone users like to read and use websites specifically designed for mobile usage, which tend to simplify the user experience and focus attention a bit more. Since many websites detect you’re using an iPhone and automatically serve a mobile site (ours included) over the standard desktop site, there isn’t much involvement required from the … Read More

Chrome Remote Desktop to get built-in screen recording

Chrome Remote Desktop is set to get a new screen recording feature that is expected to rollout to the public very soon. Available on both Mac and PC, it will allow users to shoot how-to videos and other screen casts without having…Read more ›

Print Files Directly from Mac Desktop & OS X Finder to Save Time

Did you know you can start printing any file directly from the desktop of a Mac? While most users open a file and then print it from the application of which the file was built in, that’s not actually necessary, instead printing can be initiated from anywhere in the Finder of OS X. This often … Read More

Siri could be on its way to your Mac desktop

I use OS X’s Dictation feature all the time while I’m working, but a new patent application published Thursday suggests that Apple’s looking to go much further when it comes to having users talk to their Macs. The Intelligent Digital Assistant In A…Read more ›

Grovemade’s wood desk collection turns your Mac desktop into a designer paradise

Grovemade already makes some of our favorite wooden accessories for the iPad and iPhone, but now the San Francisco based woodworkers are entering the realm of the desktop with the Grovemade Desk collection, a gorgeous array of accessories for the…Read more ›

Does Apple’s deal with IBM signal ‘the end of desktop?’

Does the iOS-centric IBM-Apple deal equal the end of the road for desktops? Absolutely it does, if you believe Bob Tinker, CEO of the newly-public company MobileIron. Discussing the recent alliance between the two tech giants during his company’s first…Read more ›

Manage your iOS files a la desktop with iFile [Sponsored post]

This post is brought to you by Darkness Productions, creator of iFile. Introducing the all-new iFile application, which has recently been updated to version 2.0. The first version of this app was reviewed on Cult of Mac in 2012. iFile is…Read more ›

OS Experience brings desktop multitasking to iPad for jailbreakers

What would it look like if Apple let you work in multiple apps side by side on the iPad? Apple’s competitors like to poke fun at the iPad’s lack of desktop-class multitasking. But plenty of people are using the iPad to get…Read more ›

Quickly Hide All The Icons On Your Desktop [OS X Tips]

There are times when you just need to clear off the icons on your Desktop, like when you’re giving an important presentation at work. No one wants to see all the images you’ve saved from the internet, right? I used…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Mobile Is Finally Bigger Than Desktop At Mobile World Congress, Barcelona

Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress has always been about mobile – of course – but this year it finally seems like the world has caught up, and mobile is more important than desktop. To mangle the words of Steve Jobs, these…Read more ›    [Read More…]