Guide: Getting Started with WordPress

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Building a website can be a difficult task. You have to purchase a domain, look for web hosting, and then decide how you are going to design your website. Thankfully, WordPress helps by making the website development and design process easier. Many webhosts even have software that can install WordPress with just a few keystrokes.… Continue Reading Guide: Getting Started with WordPress

What is an Android Launcher?

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The title says it all. To those who have never used an Android device, or maybe to those who are familiar with their Android device only somewhat, you may be wondering what a launcher is. Let’s see if we can shed some light on this topic. A launcher on Android is similar to the desktop… Continue Reading What is an Android Launcher?

Guide: Getting Around iPad Multitasking bug in #iOS11

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iOS 11 has changed the way users work with apps by introducing an improved Dock and a new way to work with two apps at once, which lets users stretch and shrink apps to be the size they want. You can also have an app float on top of another app, but these amazing features… Continue Reading Guide: Getting Around iPad Multitasking bug in #iOS11

Joining the Windows 10 Insider Preview

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Like macOS X, Microsoft offers a Windows beta test program called the Insider Preview program. In a previous episode of the iA Cast we promised a post on how to join this program and here it is. An important thing to note is that Windows Insider builds are beta versions, and may contain bugs and… Continue Reading Joining the Windows 10 Insider Preview

Guide: Pairing with W1 Enabled Headphones

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Apple this year removed the headphone Jack from the iPhone 7 which demanded a change in wireless technologies for bluetooth users. To help in this, Apple created the W1 Chip which currently is on the Beats headphones and will soon be on the Apple AirPods. One advantage is that W1 enabled headphones will pair with… Continue Reading Guide: Pairing with W1 Enabled Headphones

Magnifier for #iOS10

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iOS 10 has added several new accessibility features, but one stays out for low vision users. This feature is called Magnifier, and I have enjoyed it since developer beta 1 of iOS 10. The magnifier feature lets a low vision user enlarge their surroundings with the device’s cameras. You can enable flash, lock focus, and… Continue Reading Magnifier for #iOS10

OS X: Basic Editing With iMovie for VoiceOver Users

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