You don’t need a Kindle device to read Kindle books on your Mac or iPad, just the free reader software. Here’s how to read Kindle books on your Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
I expect my Mac to do the hard work for me. And I have many techniques for making that happen. Techniques I wanted to share with you all. That’s why I’ve crafted an ebook, just for you, with 22 of my favourite timesavers.
Does your laptop just turn off without warning when the battery’s all used up? Mine does. The Low Battery Saver app makes sure I’m not taken by surprise.
No, you can’t put a Mac app on your iPhone. Here’s why, and a bit more info besides.
In noisy surroundings it may be hard to hear the audio on my Mac — that’s annoying if I try to watch a video while cooking dinner, for example. Even turning the volume to maximum may not be enough and headphones or speakers may be inconvenient. But there’s a way to boost the volume beyond maximum. Here’s how.
I’ve reached that age where I just can’t read tiny print — such as the ingredients on labels at the supermarket — without taking off my glasses and moving the package until my eyes can focus. With a low-cost and very handy app I can solve that problem. Adam Engst explains how.