To many people, a browser’s homepage is one of those tiny things you rarely give any attention. But to others, it’s how they start their day or their browsing experience. Whether you use it to catch up on the news, check on your own blog, or start a Google search, you can make your homepage anything you want in Firefox and Chrome.
We’ve already explained how to change your Safari Homepage on Mac and iOS. So here, we’ll help you change your homepage in Firefox and Chrome on Mac. Firefox users can also change their homepage on iPhone, and iPad. (Sorry Chrome fans, you can’t currently change your homepage on iOS.)
Back in September, it was confirmed that some Roku-branded streaming devices would be getting an update to support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. Now, more than a month later, that update is finally rolling out.
Now that you’ve gotten used to all that you can do with widgets on your iPhone Home Screen, it’s time to try something new! You can create some awesome widgets that go beyond your inbox, activity, and weather.
Want a widget that moves, shakes, or shimmies? Interested in a widget that puts reward card codes at your fingertips? Think a widget that displays a grid of your photos is a cool idea?
We’ve scoured the App Store and tried tons of widget makers to bring this list of cool Home Screen widgets to you.
You now have others option for your listening pleasure on HomePod. With a recent update to the Pandora app, days before the HomePod Mini is available for purchase, you can listen to music beyond Apple Music on HomePod by default.
Pandora is said to be the first of other options coming to HomePod with Spotify up next. Here we’ll show you how to connect Pandora to HomePod and make it your default for music, podcasts, and audiobooks.
Whether you want to redesign one room or all of them, it can be hard to know if a product you find will look right in your home. But with great technological advances, you can find out if the paint and wallpaper match your carpet or if the dining set will fit in your space using augmented reality (AR).
These AR apps for home design are just the tickets to remodeling or redesigning your home or apartment. They put the products right in your room so you can get a firsthand look. AR apps on iPhone are new to a lot of people. So if you’re one of them, we want to help you decorate your living space with the best home design AR apps for your device.
The App Library on iOS 14 was introduced to help you keep your apps organized. It automatically categorizes similar apps into folders, offers a handy search feature, and provides you with suggestions and recently added items with a tap.
And while the App Library is a good tool for finding the apps you need quickly it offers a couple of other benefits. You can move seldom-used apps from your Home Screen to the Library instead of deleting them. And you can pull new apps out of the Library and plop them onto your Home Screen. Moving apps in and out of the App Library is simple, here’s how it’s done.
Finding a new place to live can be a job in itself. Whether you’re looking for a large family home or small apartment for yourself, you want easy tools to find the right spot. These days, you don’t have to scour the real estate section of the local newspaper searching for available rentals; just use your mobile device.
These apps for apartment and house rentals on iPhone take much of the work out of finding a place to call home. You can browse listings, get rental details, see photos and take tours, and contact landlords, all in one spot. If you’re in the market for a new place to live, this list of iPhone and iPad apps can help.
Earlier today, Apple announced the brand new iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12. We've put together a quick rundown of what to expect, hardware wise, with the two new handsets.
So far it seems that iPhone users are really enjoying the new options they have for their Home Screens. If you’re one of those people and are still seeking ways to make your screen fit your personality and taste, then you’ve come to the right place!
With tips from iDB, you can take your Home Screen to the next level. Whether you love animals, games, or characters, and want to change widgets, icons, or wallpaper, here are great ways to customize your iPhone Home Screen.
You can add widgets and create personalized widgets or download icon packs and create custom app icons, or a mix of both; all to make your iOS 14 Home Screen fit your taste or style. But what if you’re not sure where to start? Like with many things, getting ideas from someone or somewhere is just the ticket to inspiring yourself!
Many, many people are sharing their newly customized iPhone Home Screens on social media. So to help give you some ideas for your own iOS 14 Home Screen, check out these awesome screens for inspiration.
While iOS 14 came with some terrific new features, Home Screen customization seems to have taken off as one of the most talked about. You have Home Screen widgets that can be personalized, come in different sizes, for third-party apps, and can be put most anywhere.
Along with that and even though not new, creating custom app icons with Shortcuts has become more desirable. So if changing the app icons you see on your Home Screen is something that interests you, how about making sure you have the icons you want? Sure, you can use a photo of your pet or picture of your pal, but if you want to go with a theme, an iPhone icon pack is a terrific option.
Here are some awesome spots to find iPhone icon packs.
If you’ve been enjoying the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 feature for adding widgets to your Home Screen, then maybe you want to take that a step further. Among apps with Home Screen widgets are apps that let you customize your own widgets!
You can create your own Home Screen widgets and have them look exactly as you like. This gives you even more flexibility than you probably expected for personalizing your device. Here’s how to create custom Home Screen widgets on iPhone and iPad and tools you can use.