Google's slick, modern-looking Calendar app for Android and iOS practically reads your mind as you're creating an event, suggesting times, people and places that you can quickly add with a tap.
Splice together your iPhone & iPad videos with slick-looking transitions, add titles, lay down custom soundtracks, and more.
Set your account to private, block random followers, see all your "liked" photos, get alerts when your favorite Instagrammers post new photos, and more.
The Wi-Fi settings on your Android device are worth tweaking. Find out how many hotspots your Android handset has saved, use less data on "metered" Wi-Fi networks, connect to faster Wi-FI frequency bands, and more.
Take a tour of iOS's best camera features, from photo filters and burst mode to panoramic images and slow-motion video.
Google's two-year-old Camera app boasts a bevy of handy features, from a self-timer and exposure settings to the ability to create a Street View-like photo sphere.
Everyday Android tasks like setting an alarm or getting Google Maps directions are often easier to do with voice commands than by swiping and tapping.
You'll have an easier time finding your way around Android and iOS once you're hip to the hamburger menu, the overflow button, the action button, and more.
Learn how to customize Airmail's sidebar, choose your own swipe actions, "snooze" messages, and more.
Keep wireless overage charges at bay by mastering Android's robust cellular data tools and tweaking data-hogging streaming apps.
Android boasts a series of handy shortcuts for everything from taking a screenshot to silencing notifications.
Too many apps refreshing themselves in the background can put a dent in your iPhone or iPad battery life. Keep an eye on which apps are doing the refreshing, and when.
Add Chrome tabs to the "overview" screen, search the web for images, instantly share snippets of text, search Google without leaving the current page, and more.
Once you get good at it, typing with a swipe can feel much easier and faster than tapping. We've got a few pointers to help you scale the learning curve.
Luckily, your Android phone offers plenty of ways to block unwanted calls, text messages and email, as well as mute endless email threads.