The App Store has been around for over a decade now, and most of us have amassed quite a lot of apps since the App Store debuted in 2008. Some of those purchases or downloads we've acquired may be embarrassing to potential snoopers, or perhaps you just don't want to see it in your purchase history. Fortunately, it's possible to hide apps in your purchase history, as well as view them. Here's how. How to hide apps from your purchase history Want to make sure no one can see your potentially embarrassing purchases? It's super easy to hide apps from your history. Launch the App Store on your iPhone or iPad. Tap on your Account avatar in the top right corner of every view (except for the Search). Input your password or Touch ID/Face ID if prompted. Tap on Purchased. Select My Purchases (if Family Sharing is enabled). You can switch between All Purchases or Not on this iPhone or iPad. If you have a lot of purchases and know the specific app you want to hide, just search for it in the … [Read more...] about How to find purchased apps you’ve hidden on iPhone and iPad
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Steven John, provided by Published 9:32 am PDT, Friday, March 15, 2019 You should delete your Google search history on various web browsers from time to time. You can quickly clear your Google search history from desktop browsers as well as from a mobile device with these steps. By adjusting the settings of your Google account, you can dictate what type of search data Google will maintain in the first place. When one thinks about reasons for clearing Google search history, the first thoughts are probably about content of a salacious nature. That or to keep those surprise party or anniversary vacation plans a secret, of course. But erasing stored Google searches is about more than keeping your past search habits private from a supervisor, spouse, or parent — and besides, there is always the option of using Incognito Mode on Chrome and Private Window on Safari to avoid a visible store of your searches. More importantly, when you delete your Google search … [Read more...] about How to delete your Google search history on various web browsers
WHATSAPP is full of hidden tricks, including one great hack that lets you covertly read texts without alerting the sender. Normally when you read a text, blue ticks appear for the sender – but iPhone users can read messages freely without triggering the ticks. Most people trying to avoid "read receipts" simply use the Airplane Mode method, which shuts off data so the sender's WhatsApp won't know you've read a text. But that method isn't great, because as soon as you turn Airplane Mode off the blue ticks appear – meaning you have to stay offline. You can also turn off read receipts entirely, but then you won't get to see them from other users, which is frustrating. However, The Sun has uncovered a method that works even better than both of these tricks – and doesn't require any setting changes. How to read WhatsApp texts without triggering blue ticks Most new iPhone models come with a little-known feature called 3D Touch. The screen has an extra layer of touch … [Read more...] about Genius WhatsApp trick lets you read texts on iPhone WITHOUT sender knowing
It led some in the community to believe the Pixel 3 leaks had been some kind of elaborate and enormously expensive hoax, or that Google had a secret third phone, a Pixel Ultra, that it was going to whip out and shock the world. But that didn't happen. We got exactly what had leaked. And the expectational debt, already huge, became bankrupting. Jokes of S-years, which have plagued Apple every other release, and more recently, Samsung, turned on Google. And even more so. Half an S. A C year. whatever. And hell hath no fury like a herd of nerds scorned. In the wake of Facebook's downward spiral following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and seemingly ever-escalating data breaches that have followed, Google has faced increased sensitivity and scrutiny over privacy as well. And it's faced its own share of scandals, including a now-cancelled plan to see facial recognition to the military for use in drones, a non-canceled plan to re-enter the Chinese search market, and an expose incident all … [Read more...] about Disappointed in Pixel 3? Make iPhone XS your ultra-Google Phone!
Although Apple's Touch ID phones are no longer the latest and greatest thanks to the advent of Face ID, there's still an awful lot of us using them.So here we present the best tips for Touch ID iPhones including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus, SE, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Here's everything you need to know to master your iPhone.First we'll share some iPhone 8 tips before moving onto other handsets. iPhone 8 tips - get more from your 8 or 8 PlusEnable True Tone display: To get the iPhone's screen to automatically adjust its colour balance and temperature to match the ambient light in the room, head to Control Centre and force press the screen brightness slider. Now tap the True Tone button. You can also go to Settings > Display and Brightness and toggle the "True Tone" switch. Charge wirelessly: To make use of the iPhone's new wireless charging capabilities, buy a wireless charger. Any Qi charger will work, but to charge more efficiently … [Read more...] about The best iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 tips and tricks: Top tips for Touch ID iPhones