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Monday, 18 December 2017

5 Easy Trick To Free Up Space On IPhone

There many ways to free up storage on IPhone now, Here are some fresh new tricks that will help you regain some of your precious iPhone storage.

1. Shoot in High Efficiency

If you're on an iPhone 7 or newer with iOS 11 installed, Apple has a new "High Efficiency" compression format that saves photos in HEIF (High Efficiency Image Format) instead of JPEG and videos in HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) instead of H.264 (.mov).
Apple says that you'll be able to store twice as many photos in HEIF compared to JPEG. In some tests, HEIF photos clocked in at up to 80 percent smaller file sizes.
High Efficiency formats are enabled by default on iOS 11, but if you're not sure if it is or if you've accidentally turned it off, go to Settings > Camera > Formats > and select "High Efficiency" instead of "Most Compatible".
There is one caveat to High Efficiency formatting: They're not supported by all devices. You will need to convert them to JPEG and H.264 formats if you want to view and share them on other devices. Thankfully, there are apps and online conversion tools built specifically for that.

2. Delete photos and videos in Messages

Do you send a lot of photos or videos in Messages? Well, guess what? They're hogging up precious storage on your phone, most likely as duplicates that you already have saved in your Photos app.
You'll have to manually go into each conversation and then long-press on the photo or video. Tap "More..." on the menu box window that pops up, select each photo (you may have to scroll up a lot to get to all the older ones), and then tap the trash can icon in the lower left. Click "Delete Message" to confirm and, boom, they're gone.
If you're on iOS 11, there's an easier method to clear these attachments that doesn't require so much manual work. Just go to Settings > General > iPhone Storage and scroll down "Review Large Attachments" and tap it. Now, you'll get a whole list of all the attachments you sent in Messages. Tap "Edit" and select all the ones you want to trash and you're good to go.
And if you're on an iPhone X and have sent a lot of Animoji, you may as well delete the ones you don't need as well. They're sent and saved as video files, and you definitely don't want a bunch of this crap clogging up your phone storage.

3. Set messages to automatically delete

The best thing about Snapchat is that every message you send on it automatically deletes itself after it's opened, never wasting any of your local storage. That's not the same for Messages, unless you set them to expire.
While they won't disappear immediately, you can set expiration time for messages where they're automatically cleared every 30 days or every year. Just go to Settings > Messages and down under "Message History" tap on "Keep Messages" and set the time you want.
But why stop at having texts automatically deleted? Do the same for Audio Messages, which is also within the Messages settings page. Set the expiration on Audio Messages to two minutes instead of never.

4. Offload unused apps

In iOS 11, there's another handy storage-saving feature called "Offload Unused Apps". Head into Settings > General > iPhone Storage and then click "Enable" under the feature.
Once it's flipped on, your iPhone will automatically delete unused apps when the storage is low. So games that you may not play often or apps that you almost never use will be removed. The data stored in the apps will still remain intact, and if you choose to download these auto-deleted apps again, they'll restore back to their previous state as if they were never gone.

5. Delete cached app data

Some apps like Twitter cache a lot of data in order to load quicker. But all this caching can use up a good chunk of space. 
Take the Twitter app, it stores a bunch of stuff — photos, GIFs and Vines — in its "Media storage" section. Dump these files, and you could regain some serious storage.
For Twitter, make sure you're on the latest version of the app, and then tap your profile icon. Tap on "Settings and privacy" and then "Data usage". Then, tap "Media storage" and "Clear media storage." Do the same for the "Web storage" setting if it's also showing heaviness.
We've seen up to 1GB of storage cleared with this trick.
Check your apps to see if there's a similar setting, and clear, clear, clear!

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Thursday, 7 December 2017

8 Cool Twitter Tricks You will Love To Try Out

In this post am going to show you some Twitter Tricks (Hacks) you can try out on your Android device or PC. Twitter is a very grown and popular Social Media, which most of use for marketing, Get latest news update, though the updates you get on your Twitter is based on type of people or organizations you follow up with. 

it's advisable to follow more people in your preference. You can also follow popular blogs like @Wizzyb_official  and sites like Nairaland, Lindaikejisblog, Naijaloaded, etc are all on Twitter updating followers. But in this article, we are discussing the hacks (tricks) you can perform on Twitter to make it more interesting and fun. So check them out below. 

Below are some tips and tricks to try out on Twitter for Android.

1. Turn off image preview: On the mobile app, whenever there is a tweet of an image, Twitter allows you to view it directly on your timeline. You can turn this off and save space on your display and to do that:

Just go to Settings > General > Image Previews to change to picture links.

2. Did you know that you can use more than one account on your Twitter app? Unlike some other social media apps, you can use two or more Twitter accounts on the same account.

Go to Accounts > Add Account to set up a new account. You can also switch between accounts from there.

3. Twitter has a feature called While You Were Away. This brings you the best tweets posted since you last launched the app. you cannot turn this off, but you can reduce the times it is shown.

Just tap on the cross icon. After that, tell Twitter you didn’t like seeing this feature on the next dialog box.

4. Making it easier for people to find you on Twitter if you want. Or you can make it hard.

Go to Settings > General, then choose whether you want to be found by email or phone number.

5. Adding location to your tweet. When you compose a tweet, you will find a map pin icon at the bottom left of the screen.

Tap this to attach a location to your tweet. You also need to activate Location on the General tab of Settings.

6. Customizing your app notifications in order to avoid getting alerts every five seconds. Open Settings, tap on your Twitter handle, then choose mobile notifications. You can select what actions will cause you to get notifications. You can also turn off notifications altogether.

7. Sharing tweets outside the app itself. Just tap on the Share button and you can sendit to apps like Dropbox and Gmail.

8. Refining your search results on the mobile app. However, it will not be as good as on desktop. On the search results screen, tap on the two sliders icon. There, you can limit your query to photos, videos, news, people and more. You can also look for nearby tweets.

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