The HEIC (or HEIF) file type isn't supported by every operating system, browser, app, website, and service. To get universal compatibility, you might want to convert your picture into JPG/JPEG format. In this tutorial, we show you several free and quick methods to convert HEIC photos to JPG on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Not all books are available in the Amazon Kindle store. You can find many classics in PDF form that are available through public domain. So if you find a book on a site, you can read it in PDF form. But that’s not always convenient, especially if you own a Kindle Paperwhite.
Here, we’ll show you how to convert a PDF into a book and read it on your Kindle.
If you need to rip homemade or commercial DVDs to any format, look no further than MacX DVD Ripper Pro by developer Digiarty. This Mac and Windows software even allows you to rip damaged or otherwise unplayable DVDs and supports a variety of DVD and media formats.
There’s no easier way to keep up with your travel arrangements than right from your wrist. With Apple Watch travel apps, you can check your flight, view your accommodations, look for restaurants, translate a language, and convert currency.
If you’re getting ready for your next trip, make sure to check out our list of the best Apple Watch travel apps to make your journey a bit easier.
Whether you’re taking a trip abroad or need to know the exchange rate for business, a currency converter for your iOS device can come in super handy.
To help you out on your search, we’ve scoured the App Store for the best currency converter apps for iPhone and iPad that don’t cost a dime, peso, or euro.
While you may work and create your spreadsheets in Numbers, there may be a time when you need one of those documents in the Microsoft Excel file format.
You can easily export spreadsheets into different formats for viewing and editing with other applications. Here’s how to convert a Numbers file to Excel on both Mac and iOS.
Converting document and file types seems to be a regular occurrence nowadays. A Pages document needs to be converted to Word, a Keynote document needs to be converted to PowerPoint, and an HEIF file need to be converted to a JPEG. The list is really endless these days.
To help you get one step closer to converting the type of document you need, this tutorial shows you how to convert a PDF to an image file on iPhone and iPad with a free app called PDF Converter: Docs To PDF.
What do you do when you have a great image saved as a PNG on your iPhone or iPad and someone needs it in a JPG format, or vice versa? Well, you have to convert it, of course. But this isn’t always as easy as it seems.
If you’re in the market for a mobile app that doesn’t cost a fortune, gives you the file types you need, and is easy to use, then you came to the right place. Here are the best apps to convert image formats on iPhone and iPad.
All Mac and iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad come with a suite of office applications pre-installed. This includes Keynote, a presentation software app very similar to PowerPoint, its Microsoft counterpart.
Keynote presentations can easily be viewed on any Apple hardware, but as an application exclusive to Apple platforms, there can be compatibility issues when wanting to share a Keynote document with a Windows user. To avoid these compatibility issues between Mac and Windows, one can save Keynote documents created on Mac as PowerPoint documents that will easily be viewable on Windows.
iDB recently published a guide on how to share and export Animoji, and today we have another tutorial on how to convert Animoji to GIF.
Although you can have Microsoft Word on a Mac, most Mac users stick to Pages, the Apple equivalent of the renowned text editing software that now comes for free with any new Mac or iOS device. For most people, Pages is just good enough, but issues can arise when a file needs to be saved or converted to a Word document format.