iPad Reviews

How To Share Files Securely: Safely move your data

Sharing and transferring files is becoming a much larger part of daily life. As internet speeds get faster across the world we’re able to send bigger files much more quickly, but we still need a service to facilitate this transfer. So if you’d like to know how to move or transfer your files safely, then look no further. If you’re already using a cloud storage solution such as Dropbox, then you will already be able to share files securely. However,…

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Best Kindle Cases of 2018

Caseable cases offer an eye-catching range of patterns and graphics that are designed by international artists, particularly from Brooklyn and Berlin. They tout their “Made for Amazon” certification and offer a case that is compatible with all Paperwhite generations, the Kindle (5th, 7th and 8th generation), and the Kindle Touch (4th Generation). Unlike the other cases on this list, Caseable’s design secures the device in place using elastic straps. Caseable’s cases are made of scratch and shock resistant “finely pored…

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How to restore an iPhone or iPad from an iCloud or iTunes backup

When you move to a new iPhone you don’t want to spend ages setting everything up from scratch to get the same apps, data and settings as on your previous model. That’s why restoring from a backup is so convenient: one quick tap and you’re good to go. The same is true if a phone malfunctions badly, or is bricked, lost or stolen. Knowing you can recover your photos, documents and data easily from an iCloud or iTunes backup is…

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iPad & iPhone User 131 Digital Edition

iPad & iPhone User Digital Edition This issue we reveal everything Apple announced at its March event, including a brand-new 9.7in iPad. We’ve a full review of the firm’s latest tablet inside, plus we look at all of iOS 11.3’s new features. Also this month, we examine the best alternatives to Apple Pencil in our best stylus for iPad buying guide, and reveal the best activity trackers. And we’ve our usual round-up of the latest iOS games, as well as…

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Best iPad 2018: iPad Reviews & Buying Advice

Apple currently sells four iPads, in four different sizes (defined by the diagonal measurement of their screen): the 7.9in iPad mini 4, the 9.7in iPad, the iPad Pro 10.5in and the iPad Pro 12.9in. With size such a defining feature, the first thing to do when planning a purchase is to visit an Apple store or reputable retailer, get a feel for the products and see which size is right for you. Or, if this is not possible, cut out…

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Best Photo & Camera Apps for iPhone & iPad

The latest iPhones and iPads have great cameras, and there are plenty of photo-editing and filter apps out there that can take your photos from looking good to looking fabulous. Here are the best camera and photo apps for iOS to make your snaps stand out. Afterlight 2 Beautifully considered editable effects, textures, filters and frames made AfterLight a must-have photo app for anyone who wants a little extra from their iPhone snaps. Now its developers have introduced AfterLight 2, which…

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Samsung Galaxy A6 Release Date, Price & Spec Rumours

A sudden barrage of leaks surrounding two new Samsung mid-rangers suggest a launch for the Galaxy A6 and A6+ is imminent. Successors to the 2017 Galaxy A5 (pictured), the new phones are likely to be significantly more affordable than the company’s flagship Galaxy S9, but will nevertheless feature its Infinity Display. A key difference between the two is thought to be their size, with the Galaxy A6 rocking a 5.6in Super AMOLED screen and the A6+ a 6in panel. These adopt…

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Best Alternatives to Minecraft: 11 Free & Paid Games

Since it was released in 2009, Minecraft has grown to become a hugely popular game, which lets players build and explore a procedurally generated world for as long as their hearts desire. If you’re looking for an alternative to Minecraft or something similar that you’ll enjoy, we’ve got 11 options that you just might like, including some free Minecraft alternatives. This round-up features Minecraft alternatives for PC, iPad, iPhone, Android smartphones and tablets. You’ll find popular sandbox games like Minecraft…

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OnePlus Calls on Fans to Help it Shape OnePlus 6 Ad Campaign

User feedback is important to OnePlus, and one reason it’s retaining the headphone jack and figuring out a way to hide the screen notch in the upcoming OnePlus 6. Another thing the company wants fan feedback on is its advertising campaign for the new phone. The video at the top of this page is an unfinished version of the OnePlus 6 advertising campaign. The finish version will include whatever elements fans want to see in it, and credit them for their…

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The Best Phone Car Holders

The Yosh Magnetic Car might cost less than £10, but it sure is powerful – thanks to the heavy duty neodymium magnet. This magnet has a strength rating of N50, making it one of the strongest around. The Yosh mount works in two parts. One part is a stainless steel frame that slots into the horizontal or vertical air vent, with the circular magnet facing outwards. Keep in mind this mount does not work with circular vents. The other is…

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The Best Android Games of All Time: Best Mobile Games

There are loads of round-ups of the best Android games on the web, so what makes ours different? Well, for a start, we’ve included not only the most recent trending titles, but also our favourite games of all time – the ones we routinely go back to, despite them being released several years ago. These games never get old. (Also see: Best Android apps.) We also recognise that sometimes you have to put your hand in your pocket if you…

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Honor 7C Review: Hands-on With The Cheapest Dual Camera Phone

Honor 7C review Honor is no stranger to the affordable smartphone, and that continues with the Honor 7C. But when it’s charging this much for dual cameras on a device running Android Oreo, what’s the catch? At the slight risk of having an over complicated line up, Honor is ploughing ahead in 2018. We went hands on with the Honor 7C to see if it’s worth your attention. It comes at the same time as the even cheaper Honor 7A.…

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How to Play PS3 Games on PS4: Backwards Compatibility Explained

The PS4 and PS4 Pro are two of the most popular consoles in the market today alongside the likes of the Xbox One X and Nintendo Switch – but what if you want to play your old (but just as good) PS3 games? Here, we explain the current backwards compatibility situation with Sony’s PS4, and showcase how gamers can enjoy PS3 titles on the console. Interested in newer games? Take a look at the best PS4 games of 2018. Can I play my…

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Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Review: An Instant Camera for the Experts

Lomo’Instant Automat Glass review Lomography offers a selection of different instant cameras to fit each of Instax’s print sizes, along with an almost overwhelming set of different colour and design options. We’ve tested the Automat Glass Magellan, which comes in a pretty snazzy black and neon orange setup, but you can find the Automat model in a variety of other designs on Amazon. It’s pretty clear that Lomography’s focus is on people who are pretty serious about photography, and while…

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Polaroid OneStep 2 Review – Tech Advisor

Polaroid OneStep 2 review It’s hard to have a conversation about instant cameras without Polaroid coming up – it’s the brand that popularised the format. To this day plenty of people still identify Polaroid with instant cameras, and so it’s no surprise that the brand is being used to capitalise on their revival. The OneStep 2 i-Type is actually manufactured by Polaroid Originals, a company that up until recently was known as The Impossible Project, and began life by manufacturing…

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iHealth Core Review – Tech Advisor

iHealth Core review “You are more than just a number, you are beautiful!” says the iHealth scale when you open the box. This is a nice message as it reminds you that whatever the data the scales give you, you shouldn’t hate yourself for them. Get more healthy, change those numbers, for sure – but don’t let your life be absolutely ruled by them. There are two models available: the iHealth Core (HS6) and iHealth Lite (HS4). You can still…

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