Posted by Mayank on September 18, 2011 in Apple,Mac

iSplash is a Mac app developed by T-bone and has been rated as one of the top Mac apps of 2011. It was ranked 2nd in the paid apps for Photography category and has Mac OS X Lion Support. With iSplash, you can turn any photograph in to grayscale and chose parts of it to be restored to the original color. iSplash is usually available for $4.99, but is right now available for $0.99 at 80% discount, which makes it makes a great deal. iSplash supportsRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 16, 2011 in Apple,Mac

Mac OS X lets you customize the Dock in a number of ways. You can experiment with all the options available and use the one, which best suits you. These options are similar to what you have in Windows – you can do a few things with the Windows Toolbar. However, with Mac, there are a few more options available. In order to customize your Mac Dock, you need to go to the Apple symbol at the top left of your monitor and choose Dock from the samRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 15, 2011 in Apple,Infographics

This fantastic infographic shows exactly how much of Apple’s sales comes from each branch on its tree of devices: iPhone, Mac, iPod and iPad. It is interesting to note that the iPad has grown practically overnight from a twig to a branch. iPad is most likely to eclipse Mac sales pretty soon. The infographic appeared originally in the September 12th issue of Time Magazine. Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 15, 2011 in Apple,Mac

As explained in our previous post, if you enjoy the convenience of the Dock, it is very easy to add an application to the Dock. At the same time, it is equally easy to remove an application from the Dock. To remove an application from the Dock, you have 2 equally easy options : 1. Easiest option to remove from Dock is to is drag the document, folder or the Application icon from the Dock and you can watch it puff away in smoke. Don’t worry iRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 14, 2011 in Apple,Mac

Did you ever feel sad that you forgot someone’s birthday. I can answer that obvious question : Yes! We’ll do forget birthdays once in a while. If you’re a pretty good (or rather bad) at forgetting birthdays, just like me – well, you have a chance for a makeover. For Mac users, they have a nice and simple feature to always remember birthdays ! Thanks to the Address Book, you’ll never forget a birthday (at least the imRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on September 11, 2011 in Apple,How To,Mac

record slideshow Consider you are going to present a business meeting or going to your college seminar , may be going for a sales meeting. Wherever you go, in majority of meetings you will be shown a slideshow presentations to make the idea behind the meeting more appealing and help others understand it. If you happen to create you presentation using iWork’s Keynote application, then you would have an additional advantage. You can record your slideshow as iRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 11, 2011 in Apple,Mac

I purchased my Mac in 2009 and observed lately Mac spinning beach ball had become a regular occurrence. I did the regular troubleshooting tips to speed my mac and troubleshoot Mac spinning beach ball, however, the occurrence of the spinning beach ball was too common to be comfortable with. I started using less and less applications at the same time and kept the Mac Activity Monitor on all the time. What I observed was interesting – Firefox Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 9, 2011 in Apple,How To,iPad,iPhone

Post image for Make Your iPhone, iPad and iPod Photos Private [How to] iPhones, iPads and iPods are great for taking and keeping photos and videos, but they do not give you the ability to hide or protect a few photos. You might have some photos or videos, which you don’t want others to look at. This is the reason why I don’t like showing my iPhone or iPad or iPod to others as they may stumble upon such photos and videos. By default, iPhone, iPad or iPod does not give you an option to make your photos andRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 5, 2011 in Apple,Mac

Post image for Mac Archive Utility Hack – Automatically get rid of .zip files once unarchived The Mac Archive Utility makes opening .zip files very simple. You double-click the .zip file and the OS X quickly unzips them – all this happens without any popup message or a message asking for details of destination folder or a long wait. An unzipped file is quickly created in the same folder where the zipped folder was. Though I liked this feature, but one feature, which has always bugged me is that after I unzip it, the original .zip fiRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 5, 2011 in Apple,Mac

Anyone using a computer spends a lot of time locating documents and applications, and then carrying out appropriate actions on those items. The Finder is a reasonably good tool for most of the files, however, things get complicated when there is an application or document hidden below the layers of the file system. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can launch any of your application or document from the keyboard ? This is where launch applicationsRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 5, 2011 in Apple,iPhone

Post image for iPhone 5 Rumor : Manufacturers Assembling iPhone 5 for October Release AppleInsider reported that Apple manufacturers Foxconn and Pegatron have begun producing the hardware for Apple’s next-generation iPhone in preparation for the finalized version of iOS 5, which is rumored to arrive in time for an early October launch in the U.S. and a late October launch in Asia. Japanese Mac site Macotakara cites a “Chinese source” as saying that the two OEM manufacturers have started assembling Apple’s sRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 1, 2011 in Apple,Mac

Post image for Mac Spinning Beachball Troubleshooting Tips For Mac users, officially known as Spinning Disc Pointer or the Spinning Wait Cursor and unofficially known as the Spinning Beachball or Spinning Beachball of Death, whatever be the name, the colorful pinwheel that replaces your mouse cursor is not a welcome sight. According to Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines, “the spinning wait cursor is displayed automatically by the window server when an application cannot handle all of the evenRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 30, 2011 in Apple,iPhone

Post image for Rumor : iPhone 5 to Have Smaller Panel Than Previously Rumored There have been rumors for quite some time that iPhone 5 will come with a larger panel, 4.2 inches perhaps. DigiTimes reported on August 29th, citing sources from upstream panel suppliers that the iPhone 5’s panel size will still be less than 4-inch. These sources state that the iPhone 5 will have a 3.5 to 3.7-inch panel with a new, thinner bezel design that will make the screen appear larger. Also, iPhone 5’s back design will be chRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 29, 2011 in Apple,How To

Adobe launched a a new iOS app today, named CreatePDF, which allows PDF conversion in iOS. This means that you can create PDF documents from your iPhone, iPod and iPad. According to Adobe, “CreatePDF brings the same high-quality PDF creation as Adobe Acrobat” to iOS devices, with PDF documents that look “exactly” like the original files they were generated from. The CreatePDF application is available in iTunes store now. The app uses AdobRead More...

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