Of course you’re going to use the camera on your phone to snap some superb selfies and sweeping landscapes, but there are plenty of other uses for it that you should be aware of. Here are three other tricks your camera can pull off, and the apps you’re going to need to make the magic happen.
Instagram keeps on adding users and adding features, but there’s more to the app than sharing photos and wondering which filter is going to bring out the best in your latest collection of beach shots. Here are three alternative ways of using Instagram you may not have come across before.
You probably think of Chrome as a web browser—and so you should—but it has a few more tricks up its sleeve than you might have realized. Here are three of our favorite alternative uses for the software, which to a large extent work the same in Mozilla Firefox too.
Many millions of us are using Dropbox to back up files to the cloud and sync them across multiple machines, but the software can be used for more purposes than you might realize. Here are three of our favorite less-common-uses for Dropbox, together with instructions for how to get them set up.
Plenty of the features in iOS have secondary uses that you might not have thought about, and that includes the parental controls. You can find them under the Restrictions heading of the General tab in Settings and whether you're a parent or not, this special PIN-protected mode can come in very handy.
Google+ first popped up as Mountain View's answer to Facebook, but as the platform has grown its most useful components have been nothing to do with social networking in the traditional sense. Here are three features that might make it worth your time to dust off your Google+ account and dive back in.
Google's powerhouse of an online office suite is great for creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations from any Internet-enabled device, but there's more to the platform than that. Here are three ways you can use Drive that don't involve boring ol' productivity.
Spotify is the world's best-known music streaming service, but music isn't the only content you can find on the platform if you're prepared to do some digging around. There's a ton more available, if you know where to find it.
You can use Tumblr to blog about your love of BBC detective shows or YouTube celebrities, but you don't have to. It's a platform that offers more versatility and nuance than you might think. Here are three alternative approaches you can take with your Tumblr site.