Category Archives: iOS

Sorting music by folders with iTunes

Some people still prefer to arrange theirs music by folders. Modern players with music library use ID3 tags. Music files, like popular mp3 format, contains some metadata included in each music file. With this metadatas you can set data like artist, album, year etc. directly into your music file. It’s useful, for example – want to listen all… Read More »

Handoff – what is it and how it works?

Because our iPhones, iPads and iPods touch use iOS, a mobile version of desktop OS X, you can’t run full desktop applications from Mac world. This is often critised, especially in cause of big 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Microsoft regullary points to this in it’s marketing campaign, showing that Surface tablets can run full Windows with all of it’s… Read More »

Warning! App Store developer steals apps!

Although Apple’s App Store has strict restrictions and app control, sometimes we can find fake software or malware. And this article will be about fake software. One app developer named “NGUYEN THOANG” is creating fake software! I personally use FileBrowser by Stratospherix and ProCam 3 by Samer Azzam – both of them are faked by this developer! Developer… Read More »

System Status for iOS

As developer says, System Status is the ultimate app for monitoring and optimizing your iPhone and iPad performance. And he is right. System Status is another app from Techet, like Network Analyzer. iOS operating system does not expose any advanced data about depth of iOS base. System Status allows you to look at system resources, runnings tasks, network… Read More »

Net Analyzer for iOS

Did you ever want a powerful network analyzer right in your iOS device? An app to see many infos about your Local Area Network (LAN)? An app to diagnose possible network and Internet connection problems? In App Store are many apps to do this tasks, I have tried many of them and the best I found was Net… Read More »

Hydra Camera – new level of photography

While iPhones are still getting better and better camera, iPads are “forgotten” with not the best camera. 9.7-inch iPad Pro got many improvements for camera including flash light, but all other iPads still got poor camera. Taking photos with iPad, especially 12.9-inch iPad Pro, may look strange, but sometimes it may be handy. Main problem is high noise… Read More »

iConv – video converter for iOS

Converting videos on iOS devices may sound strange, but with increasing performance of iDevices, especially iPad, it may be good to have handy converter when desktop computer/laptop is not present. Just look at performance of 12.9-inch iPad Pro – it has GPU faster than Intel Iris 5200 Pro and 4 GB RAM. Many converting apps needs Internet connection,… Read More »

Mobile data on iOS 9 and Wi-Fi Assist

Do you have iPhone or cellular version of iPad? And do you have iOS 9? Are you using cellular data with limited free data? Then this article is for you, I will tell you about feature called Wi-Fi Assist. This feature may be unwanted and it may significantly affect your bills, especially if you are abroad! Microsoft was… Read More »

ViewExif – metadata for your iDevice

Did you know, that photos taken by your iPhone’s camera contain some informations like GPS data? It may impact yout privacy when sharing a photo. Hopefully, most social networks purge these data, but social networks are not the only way to share your photos. For example, you may want to send photo by e-mail. These data are called… Read More »

iOS 9 Content Blockers for Safari

Nobody likes flashing banners, pop-ups and other types of annoying ads. Classic desktop browsers did get many ad-blocking plugins, but default mobile browser on iOS, Safari, did not. You had to install another 3rd party browser with included feature, like ad blocking. Yea, full browser for one feature. And if you wanted another feature which was not included… Read More »