The best bird guide may be on your smartphone. Here are some of our favorite birding apps for iOS and Android.
Since Google Docs was launched in March 2006, anyone who was a writer switched to the cloud-based service and never looked back. Even if you’re already aware of the multi-user capabilities, keyboard shortcuts and other advantages of Google Docs, there are a few tricks you might have not yet heard of.
From using Google Docs offline to transcribing audio files with Google’s voice typing feature, here are some Google Docs tips and tricks you should definitely look into:1. How to Use Google Docs Online
One of the riskiest things about using cloud-based platforms is the challenges it has when one loses internet connection. If there happens to be [...]
Sometimes, the latest version of an app isn’t the best version. Bugs and issues can happen, and while rolling back to an older version can be a security risk, sometimes you just have to do it to keep things working. Once the troubleshooting basics are done and restarting your phone or “swiping away” the app from your recent list hasn’t fixed things, it may be time for (slightly) more drastic measures. Here’s how you can roll back to an earlier version of an app — whether it’s a normal app or one of Google’s new-fangled app bundles.