Just a quick heads-up: Apple launched a Support Channel on YouTube. The new channel features a just handful of videos, at the moment, walking users through various iOS features like how to update iOS on your iPhone or iPad or how to delete call history on your iPhone.
It’s Cyber Monday. And you’re looking for a good deal on Mac Software. You might want to take a look at this Cyber Monday Mac Bundle that features 10 highly rated Mac apps, with a combined value of $469. Best thing is it costs you exactly how much you want to pay for it ( minimum is $1 ).
Pathfinder 7 ($39.95 value)
VPN Unlimited: 3-Yr Subscription ($129.99)
Screens 4 ($29.99)
Photolemur 2.2 Spectre ($50)
MacGourmet Deluxe ($49.50)
Live Home 3D ($29.99)
iLocker Pro ($39.90)
WallPaper Wizard 2 ($19.90)
If you want to get all 10 apps, you will have to beat the average price ( which right now is $9.90 ). So basically you will pay less for all 10 apps than you would pay for any of these apps separately.
Alright boys and girls, settle down. It’s time to put your tin foil hats on. Before we go further, this is not a guide on how to protect yourself against government surveillance ( although it helps ). This is more of a guide on how to protect yourself against corporate surveillance.
So what can you do to protect yourself? You can create a complex and unique password for each and every online account you own and then write each of those passwords on a piece of paper for reference. But that’s just insane. The best way to approach this is to use a password manager.
Just a quick heads-up: Firefox Quantum is now available for download. The new version of the popular browser is twice as fast as Firefox from 6 months ago, comes with a sleek UI, allows you to customize the toolbar, includes Pocket recommendation of what sites to browse on every new tab, and takes up less memory than Google Chrome.
Night Mode and other features are available as free Firefox add-ons. For more info check out this Mozilla blog post.