Your iOS device comes with a lot of apps that, frankly, you do not need or use at all. These apps, such as Compass, Voice Memos, Stocks, Videos, Newsstand or Game Center are also known as ‘Stock Apple Apps’ – they came with the device. And everything that came with … Continue reading »
Shadows are such straightforward things: cast a light on an opaque object, and a shadow of it is thus born. Yet shadows can be manipulated to resemble entirely different shapes from its model, using clever and strategic manipulation of space and light. These amazing and cool artwork will make you … Continue reading »
You can do everything online these days, including having an online brainstorming sessions with colleagues or friends who you can’t meet up with in the flesh. But the problem with communicating online is how to keep track of what everyone’s saying. If you want to take notes and catch up … Continue reading »
Whether you prefer a weekly movie night or to snuggle up with a good book, there are plenty of entertainment-based social networks out there that you can definitely belong to. Keep track of your favorite shows or music, your collection of books or trivia, and even get recommendations of new and upcoming entertainment choices. In this post, we’ll feature entertainment and social apps to help you keep track of the latest movies and TV series, books, music, and a bit of everything.
If you’ve wondered where many of those YouTube videos get their background music from, you’ve come to the right place. Music with Creative Commons licenses are music compositions written, produced and shared by people who do not charge anything when you use their music for your own use, commercially or … Continue reading »
There are a few CSS selectors or properties that I think are rarely used in the wild, but they actually have been in existence since the days of CSS1; some them are including the :first-line and :first-letter pesudo-elements. Recommended Reading: Understanding Pseudo-Element :Before And :After How to use? These pseudo-elements … Continue reading »
It’s been three weeks since the launch of the iPad Mini (and our post which pitted the iPad Mini against other mini tablets in the industry). After finally getting our hands on an actual iPad Mini, we’re ready to tear the claims apart. Was Steve Jobs right to say that … Continue reading »
Today we are going to celebrate the unsung heroes that are… our fingers. I think it’s pretty safe to say that all articles of Hongkiat are written by using fingers. From clicks to swipes, from tapping to typing, we cannot really do without fingers in this digital age. Our daily … Continue reading »
Today we are going to continue our discussion on Sass and this will be the final part of our Sass series. This time, rather than a theoretical approach, this is going to be a bit more practical. We will create an online vCard using Sass along with Compass. The idea … Continue reading »
Have confidential data in your Mac that needs to be locked with secure passwords to prevent unwanted access? Forget third-party software, paid or free – you can easily encrypt a folder on your Mac without any additional tools. You can create an encrypted disk image from your specified folder directly. … Continue reading »
Many people have abstained from adapting to groundbreaking technology due to lack of apps and games present in WP7 marketplace. This post is aimed to focus in enlisting some of the best Windows Phone apps to take Panoramic pictures. With panoramic capturing enabled apps, users can swiftly take panoramic pictures or elongated photos without the need of any special skills or equipment.