PopSocket Grip: How I Stopped Dropping My iPhone 11

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After five months of use, I still find PopSocket looking odd. But this thing turned out to be so convenient that you can safely close your eyes to its wonderful appearance. Now this is a must-have accessory for me, since it has become more convenient to hold the phone in my hand and take it from the table. But the main thing is that the iPhone has stopped falling out of hands. Absolutely. 👉 PopSocket Grip: official site PopSocket history PopSocket was invented by American philosophy professor David Lire la suite

Record Zoom, Skype and Telegram calls

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Who can use Audio Hijack First of all, to all those who started working from home. All these Zoom- and Skype-flyers can now be recorded and then calmly listen to the missing details. For example, almost all important information flies out of my head an hour after the call. But, audio recordings help me to re-listen to important points and make a text Summary. And if something does not agree, then re-write with the interlocutor and clarify specific points. If this is a conversation with a customer or Lire la suite

Personal impressions of AirPods Pro

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Immediately, I note that I used regular AirPods for about a year and a half and was very pleased with them. That said, I have little experience with noise canceling headphones: I only used the popular Bose QC35 for several days. In general, the impressions of AirPods Pro are as subjective as possible. Noise suppression Shumodav is the main feature of the new headphones. And it was because of the noise reduction that I bought them, since extraneous sounds greatly interfere with concentration. If in ordinary headphones you Lire la suite

🛡 How I protect my iPhone: RhinoShield CrashGuard NX case review

20.09.2020 Normand Maxime 0

At the end of 2016, RhinoShield sent me two iPhone cases for review. I never wrote a review, but one of the covers turned out to be so good that I used it for three years. During this time, the case was badly frayed, so for my own money I ordered new versions of covers for the iPhone 7, and now also for the iPhone 11. What is RhinoShield RhinoShield is a iPhone case brand from Evolutive Labs, founded by Cambridge University students in 2012. Their first product, Lire la suite

Gemini. How to Delete Photos on iPhone and Free Up Space on iCloud

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Gemini Photos is a program for finding and removing duplicate photos right on the iPhone. It was created by the guys from MacPaw, who are known for the CleanMyMac cleaner and the Setapp service. I think about Gemini every time the iPhone starts to complain about the lack of space in iCloud or the phone memory itself. This is exactly what happened recently: Gemini scans your phone’s library and finds photos you can delete. Such photographs are divided into five categories: Similar – images of the same object Lire la suite

OmniFocus as an Idea Trap

19.09.2020 Normand Maxime 0

OmniFocus is a task planner and manager to devote an entire book to. In this post I will not try to grasp the immensity, but will only tell you how OmniFocus helps me personally catch and organize ideas and why its competitors, like Things, Firetask, Wunderlist, etc. are not suitable for this. This article will not only be of interest to anyone trying to justify buying OmniFocus, but to anyone looking for ideas and inspiration in other people’s workflows. OmniFocus versions This planner came to my attention after Lire la suite

Alfred 2 – Best Mac Search and Spotlight Alternative

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Alfred is a wonderful app and file launcher that saves me tons of time every day and has successfully replaced not only Spotlight but also the clipboard. After upgrading to version “two” in Alfred, it became possible to create your own firmware (workflows). This thing is an order of magnitude more useful than it might seem at first glance, and now I will tell you why. To work with forkflow, you need the Alfred Power Pack. How workflows work at Alfred You don’t need to understand programming to Lire la suite

The audio output on the MacBook Pro turns red. What to do?

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Yesterday my MacBook’s audio output turned red and macOS started behaving strangely. The symptoms are as follows: no sound from built-in speakers (when macOS is loaded); there is no way to adjust the volume; sound plays only through headphones or external speakers; the headphone jack lights up red. My MacBook Pro’s headphone jack lights up red As it turned out, the matter is in the closure of the contacts in the headphone jack. And the solution is extremely simple – we take a toothpick and carefully touch the Lire la suite

How to get 1 TB in Google Drive for free

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Not everyone knows that Google has a loyalty program that will allow you to get a whole terabyte of Google Drive for free for a period of 2 years. This place is ideal for backups, storing archives of photos and videos. Tempting? Then read on. What do we have to do Terabytes are handed out for a reason, but for help in improving Google Maps. To do this, you must register as a “Local Expert”. Persons over 18 years of age with a valid Google account are eligible Lire la suite

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