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How To Go Incognito In Chrome, Safari & Other Browsers

Michael Grothaus 25/07/2018 – 2:42pm Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge all let you browse privately. Browser incognito modes, or “privacy modes” as they are more colloquially known, were first introduced by Apple. In 2005, the company launched the first “Private Browsing” mode in Safari 2.0. Since then, privacy modes have been added to Google Chrome […]

WhatsApp Fixer For BlackBerry 10

WhatsFixer for BlackBerry, whatappfixer blackberry, whatapp fixer, whatsfixer apk – First of All After a long time I am writing post Sorry for delays, But I think this post worth writing as Many are having trouble with WhatsApp on their BlackBerry 10 Devices. As of WhatsApp Blog 1 Billion people are using WhatsApp or may be more I think. That’s nearly […]

How to Block Websites from Asking to Show Notifications

Nowadays, Notifications from website have been a common thing in both desktop and mobile browser. But, You may not like to see that a website is asking you to provide proper permission to show notifications. Luckily, You can stop these sites from bugging you. In recent years, So many web masters have adopted this feature “browser notification” […]

Pokemon GO Brings Back Legendary Birds in Select Areas

It’s been a few weeks since Legendary Birds appeared in Pokemon GO, as the beloved creatures faded into the ether at the end of August following the limited-time-only Raid Battles. The sky-faring creatures haven’t popped up in the mobile game since, which has felt to many like a lifetime of waiting, but now it looks as […]

Apple Removes Questionable Web Links From Siri Suggestions

Apple has removed a number of results from Siri Suggested Websites after BuzzFeed highlighted several examples of the feature offering up “debunked conspiracies, shock videos, and false information.” Siri Suggested Websites is an optional feature in Safari that serves up auto-completed suggestions based on what the user starts typing into the browser’s search bar. Results […]

Parental Controls: Ultimate Guide

How do you restrict what your kids can do and use on iPhone and iPad? With parental controls! Parental Controls, also known as Restrictions, allow you to set what your children can and can’t access on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. With Parental Controls, you can lock out Safari, Camera, FaceTime, Siri, AirDrop, CarPlay, […]

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