Whether you're a productivity geek or simply want to customize desktop, this simple Terminal command will help you achieve a cleaner and more organized Dock setup in no time by creating clear divisions between app icons.
Learn how to customize the color, background, and theme of your iPhone keyboard with these simple steps, and make it unique to your style.
Creating a folder on your iPhone or iPad Home Screen is an easy way to categorize and organize your apps. By now, you might be using text or emojis as the folder name. But you're not limited to that. With a simple trick, you can have folders on your iPhone with blank or invisible names, and this tutorial will show you how to do that.
If you're looking to declutter your Mac's menu bar, one way to do so is by removing the day, date, and month from it. This can be done easily by adjusting your Mac's settings. In this article, we will guide you through the process of removing the day, date, and month from the menu bar on your Mac.
Just last week, we showed you a brilliant app called Morfic for customizing your iPhone’s wallpaper experience in unique new ways.
You glance at the time, date, day, and month on the iPhone Lock Screen several times daily. Therefore, styling it with your favorite color and font will go a long way in personalizing your iPhone.
In this post, we will show you how to change the color, font, and even the script for the clock on the Lock Screen of your iPhone in iOS 16.
One of the fascinating new features of iOS 16 is the ability to add small widgets to your iPhone Lock Screen. Once added, they let you see the battery status, weather conditions, stock performance, alarms, reminders, news snippets, calendar events, fitness stats, Home accessories, and more. Even third-party apps can make widgets for the Lock Screen.
This tutorial will show you how to add, customize, and remove widgets from the Lock Screen. We will also go over several other tidbits, such as widget limits, alignment, and placement.
iOS 16 supports widgets on the Lock Screen. And the battery widget is one of the most popular ones that people add to their Lock Screen.
In this tutorial, we show you how to customize the Lock Screen batteries widget and set it to always display the battery level of the device you want - be it your iPhone or your Apple Watch, AirPods, etc.
Are you seeing multiple pages of apps on your CarPlay screen and wish to customize them? For example, you may want to remove some unnecessary apps from CarPlay, add some helpful ones to it, or change the order of app placement on your car’s infotainment display.
In this tutorial, we show you how to show, hide, and rearrange your apps in CarPlay.
Here are 11 things you can customize to make Safari truly yours.
Unhappy with the default or current name of a paired Bluetooth device on your iPhone or Mac? You can change it easily from your device settings. Here's how to do it.
You have most likely already customized your Mac’s Dock with applications you use daily. However, if you feel that your Dock is cluttered and takes a lot of space, you can customize it from System Preferences to decrease its size. Alternatively, you can even set your Mac’s Dock only to show open, running apps!
Getting your Mac Dock to show only running apps will significantly tidy it up. And whenever you restart your Mac, you will be greeted with a tiny Dock that just has the Finder and Trash icons.