Managing your child’s screen time is easier than you think, but there’s still a bit of learning on your part. Setting up a safe digital sandbox for your child to play in, where you can manage their screen time and the content they consume, used to include a lot of half-baked advice from friends and […]
If you’re a regular Instagram user, you’ve probably got your favourite go-to filters, and there’s a whole lot you never give any attention.
If you’re looking for a specific scene in a long video clip (like a movie) on YouTube, you could run your cursor along the timeline, but there’s another way that’s even more efficient.
While watching a YouTube video on a PC, it’s possible to shrink the video screen into the lower-left corner of the PC screen.
Windows 10 has a built-in screen recorder that’s designed primarily to capture footage of your video games, but can easily be duped into filming ordinary desktop operations. To use it, you first need to activate it. Click the Windows Icon in the lower left corner and open Settings. Now click Gaming and then Game Bar […]
Before sending a video on WhatsApp, it’s possible to give it a rough edit by cutting to the important bits or by adding personalised notes. Start a new message and tap the Paperclip button to add a video. Choose a video clip from your gallery, or record a new video by choosing Camera. Once you’ve […]
Google Photos is an excellent tool for storing and viewing your photos, but it has a number of other useful features. Most practical for most people is that it can be used to free up precious storage space on your phone by removing photos that have already been backed up to the cloud. To do […]
Some people hate tapping on their screen to take a photo, either because it makes the phone shake, or because there’s a chance that changing your grip could cause you to drop the phone. Luckily, you can use your volume rocker button instead. Most recent Android phones have this feature active by default, so you […]
There’s an easier way to skip ahead when watching a YouTube video on your phone. Instead of clumsily dragging the timeline, quickly double-tap the right-hand side of the screen to jump ahead 10 seconds. If you keep tapping, you’ll jump forward an additional 10 seconds for every tap. Tap on the left to rewind.