Use Dropbox when your developing your app

Use Dropbox when you’re developing your app

If you’re a freelance developer, you probably know that building the next big thing takes time, testing, and many tries. And while organizing your work internally is one challenge, getting feedback from clients is a whole other ballgame. That’s where Dropbox Pro steps in. Getting organized with Dropbox makes collaborating with others a breeze so you can focus on building something amazing. Whether you’re getting assets from a designer, sending a build to a client for review, or shooting specs to a colleague for her input, everyone can stay up to speed with Dropbox.
How to use Back to My Mac

How to use Back to My Mac

Back to My Mac is an iCloud feature that lets you set up a network of Mac computers that you can access remotely.
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Grammarly, where have you been all my life!

Grammarly is a leading edge proofreading editor that corrects contextual spelling mistakes, grammar errors, and helps you with your vocabulary. You can download the OS X application or Microsoft Word add-on, and...
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How to screen capture your Apple Device for free

There are allot of paid applications out there that will record what you are doing on your iPhone for a price; for things like presentations or "How To" videos. I am going...
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How to transfer previous iOS device content

Set up your new iOS device from a backup of your previous iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
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Use Siri on older Nest devices

- update; see new video of this process here. Like many others, you have all these different gadgets that are a bit older and just missed the Siri HomeKit bus. So now...
How to Move to Android

How to Move to Android

Google is a great way to have your pics, contacts, music–in one place, with unlimited storage and accessible from any connected device.
How to Workout with your Apple Watch

How to Workout with your Apple Watch

Water bottle in one hand and gym towel in the other? Raise your Apple Watch and say, "Hey Siri, start an Indoor Walk," to begin your Workout session.

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