Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts
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Sunday, May 26, 2024

Exposing Your Photos? How to Strip Metadata from iPhone & Android Pics (Updated for 2024)

Exposing Your Photos? How to Strip Metadata from iPhone & Android Pics (Updated for 2024).

Learn why photo metadata can be a privacy risk and how to easily remove it from your iPhone or Android device, protecting your location and other sensitive details.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
May 26, 2024


Remove Metadata
Have you ever wondered if your photos reveal more than just a pretty picture? 

Unbeknownst to many, your smartphone photos often contain hidden metadata – information about when and where the photo was taken, what camera was used, and sometimes even GPS coordinates. 

While seemingly harmless, this metadata can be a privacy concern.  

What if you want to share a photo online without revealing your exact location? 

Here's a cool tip.   Remove the meta data from your photos.

That's where the ability to remove metadata becomes essential. 

Here's how to do it.

Android:
  1. Launch the Google Photos app on your Android device.
  2. Find and open the photo from which you want to remove the metadata.
  3. Tap on the three dots (more options) at the top right corner of the screen.
  4. Select "Info" (or swipe up on the photo).
  5. If you only want to remove the location data, tap on the "Remove location" option.

iPhone:
  1. Open the Photos app
  2. Open the photo you want to remove location metadata from.
  3. Tap the Info button  or swipe up.
  4. You’ll see an image in the Maps app showing where the photo was taken.
  5. To remove the location metadata, tap Adjust.
  6. Tap No Location.

iPhone Photo Map
fig. 1 - iPhone Photo Map


iPhone Photo Location
fig. 2 - iPhone Photo Location


Prevent unwanted disclosure of location, time, and device details by removing metadata.

Removing photo metadata is a simple yet powerful way to enhance your privacy and maintain control over your digital life. 

Whether you're an everyday smartphone user or a professional photographer, taking a few minutes to scrub your photos is a worthwhile practice. 

It's your data, your photos – take charge!

Have you ever encountered a situation where photo metadata became an issue? 

Share your experiences in the comments below! 

Don't forget to share this guide with your friends and family to help them protect their privacy too.



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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Turn Your Favorite Websites into Desktop and Mobile Apps

Turn Your Favorite Websites into Desktop and Mobile Apps

Tired of tab clutter? Learn how to transform your most-used websites into standalone apps in Chrome and Edge, streamlining your browsing experience and boosting productivity.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
May 23, 2024


WPA
Ever wish your favorite websites felt more like native applications, unburdened by browser tabs and toolbars? 

Here's a Col Tip.  Install a web page as a standalone app!

Both Chrome and Edge on both desktop and mobile devices offer a simple solution: the ability to install web pages as standalone apps. 

This not only declutters your browsing but also can enhance performance and offer a more focused experience. 

Here's how to do it on desktop PCs.

Desktop - Chrome:
  1. Open the website you want to install.
  2. Click the three-dot menu in the upper-right corner.
  3. Hover over "More tools" and select "Save, share and cast"
  4. Select "Install page as app."
  5. Enter a name for the app, select "Install.""
  6. Select the option to "pin" to your taskbar.

Install WPA - Desktop Google Chrome

Desktop - Edge:
  1. Open the desired website.
  2. Click the three-dot menu and select "Apps."
  3. Click "Install this site as an app."
  4. Choose a name and click "Install."
  5. Select if you want to "pin to taskbar" or create a desktop icon.
  6. Your new app will be listed under the "Apps" listing.

Installing Desktop WPA Using Microsoft Edge
fig. 2 - Installing Desktop WPA Using Microsoft Edge


Here's how to install Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) on your Android phone.

Android - Chrome
  1. Launch the Chrome browser on your Android device.
  2. Visit the website you want to install as a PWA.
  3. Tap the three-dot menu in the top right corner.
  4. Select "Add to Home screen" (or sometimes it's labeled "Install app").
  5. A pop-up will appear, confirm the app's name and tap "Add" or "Install."
  6. The PWA icon will appear on your home screen like any other app.

Android - Edge
  1. Launch the Microsoft Edge browser.
  2. Go to the website you want to install as a PWA.
  3. Tap the three-dot menu in the top right corner.
  4. Tap on "Apps" in the menu.
  5. Select the option to install the site as an app.
  6. Confirm the app's name and tap "Install."
  7. The PWA will be added to your app list, accessible through the Edge Apps page (edge://apps).
Important Notes:
  • Not every website offers a PWA version. You'll typically see an "Add to Home Screen" prompt or a similar indication if it's available.
  • PWAs update automatically in the background, ensuring you always have the latest version.
  •  Some PWAs offer offline functionality, allowing you to use them even without an internet connection.

Here's how to install WPAs on an iPhone.

iPhone - Chrome
  1. Launch the Chrome browser on your iPhone.
  2. Visit the website you want to save as a pseudo-app.
  3. Tap the Share button at the bottom of the screen (it looks like a square with an arrow pointing up).
  4. Scroll through the options and tap "Add to Home Screen."
  5. You can edit the name of the app.
  6. "Add" in the top right corner.
  7. The website's icon will appear on your home screen, launching it in a standalone Chrome window when tapped.

iPhone - Edge
  1. Launch the Microsoft Edge browser.
  2. Go to the website you want to save.
  3. Tap the Share button at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Select "Add to Home Screen."
  5. Edit the name.
  6. Tap "Add" in the top right corner.
  7. The website icon will be added to your home screen, launching a standalone Edge window when tapped.
Important Notes:
  • These aren't technically full PWAs like on Android, but they offer a similar experience of opening a website in its own window without browser UI elements.
  • Limitations:
    • They may not offer offline capabilities or background syncing like true PWAs.
    • Some features of the website might be limited.
    • If a website offers a dedicated iOS app, that's usually a better option for a more integrated experience.

For desktop or mobile, find the icon where the app was saved and select to open.

Installing web pages as apps in Chrome and Edge is a powerful way to personalize your digital workspace and elevate your browsing experience. 

By taking a few simple steps, you can enjoy the benefits of both worlds – the convenience of the web and the streamlined focus of applications.

Have you tried installing web pages as apps? 

Which websites have you found most useful in this format? 

Share your experiences and tips in the comments below! 

Don't forget to share this guide with your fellow tech enthusiasts on social media.


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Saturday, May 18, 2024

Embrace the Dark Side: Google Drive Gets a Sleek Makeover with Dark Mode

Embrace the Dark Side: Google Drive Gets a Sleek Makeover with Dark Mode

Google Drive's new Dark Mode is here to save your eyes and boost your productivity. Learn how to enable it on web and mobile.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
May 18, 2024


Google Drive
Are your eyes tired of staring at bright screens all day? 

Do you find yourself squinting at Google Drive in low-light conditions? 

Here's a Cool Tip.  Change your Google Drive settings.

The wait is over! 

Google Drive's highly anticipated Dark Mode is now available on both web and mobile apps, offering a more comfortable and visually appealing experience.

Google Drive is a cloud storage and synchronization service developed by Google. It allows users to:
  • Store files: You can upload and store various types of files, including documents, photos, videos, and more, in the cloud.
  • Access files from anywhere: You can access your files from any device with an internet connection, whether it's a computer, smartphone, or tablet.
  • Share files: You can easily share files and folders with others, giving them permission to view, edit, or comment.
  • Collaborate in real-time: Multiple people can work on the same document simultaneously, seeing each other's changes in real-time.
  • Create and edit documents: Google Drive includes a suite of productivity tools (Google Docs, Sheets, Slides) for creating and editing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations directly in the cloud.
Essentially, Google Drive provides a convenient and accessible way to store, manage, and collaborate on your files, regardless of your location or device.

And now you can use it in "Dark Mode".

Google Drive Dark Mode
fig. 1 - Google Drive - Dark Mode


Here's how to do it.

Web:

  1. Go to drive.google.com.
  2. Click on the gear icon (Settings) in the upper right corner.
  3. Select "Theme."
  4. Choose "Dark" from the options.
Set Dark Mode in Google Drive
fig. 2 - Set Dark Mode in Google Drive


iOS:
  1. Dark Mode in the iOS app is linked to your device's system-wide settings.
  2. Go to Settings, then tap Display & Brightness.
  3. Select Dark to turn on Dark Mode.

Android:
  1. Dark Mode in the Android app is linked to your device's system-wide settings.
  2. Go to your device's Settings app.
  3. Find "Display" or "Theme" (the exact location may vary depending on your device).
  4. Enable Dark Mode.

Darker interfaces can be easier on the eyes, especially in low-light environments.

Whether you're a night owl, a power user, or simply looking for a visual refresh, Google Drive's Dark Mode is a welcome addition. 

While it may not be perfect for everyone, its benefits in terms of eye strain reduction and potential battery savings make it worth trying out. 

Give Google Drive's Dark Mode a try and see if it improves your workflow and reduces eye strain. 

Your eyes will thank you!


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Wednesday, May 15, 2024

How to Connect Your iPhone or Android Device to Windows 11

How to Connect Your iPhone or Android Device to Windows 11

Discover the ultimate guide to effortlessly connect your iPhone and Android devices to Windows 11, enhancing your productivity and digital experience.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
May 15, 2024

The Magic of Phone Link (Formerly Your Phone)


Windows Phone Link
Have you ever found yourself juggling multiple devices, wishing for a way to streamline your digital life? 

What if you could seamlessly integrate your iPhone or Android phone with your Windows 11 PC?

Here's a Cool Tip.  Connect your phone to Windows 11 using Phone Link.


Windows Phone Link, previously known as “Your Phone,” is an application that allows you to connect your Android or iPhone to your Windows PC. 

With Phone Link, you can enjoy a variety of convenient features, such as:

Syncing your smartphone with your Windows PC: Easily connect and manage your phone’s content from your computer.
  • Making and taking calls: Use your PC to handle phone calls without needing to pick up your phone.
  • Text messaging: Send and receive SMS and MMS messages directly from your PC.
  • Notification management: Check, pin, and dismiss your phone notifications on your computer.
  • Photo access: View and transfer up to the last 2,000 images from your phone’s camera roll to your PC.

The Android feature has been available and has more options.  

The iPhone feature was added in 2023 and has less capability.

The Phone Link app comes preinstalled on Windows 11 and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store for Windows 10. 

It’s designed to make the transition between using your smartphone and PC seamless and efficient3. 

Whether you’re using an Android or an iPhone, Phone Link provides a unified experience to manage your mobile tasks on a larger screen.

Here's how to do it.

Connect Your iPhone in a Snap:
  1. Make sure your iPhone is running iOS 14 or later.
  2. Type ‘Phone Link’ in the Start menu and open the app.
  3. Select the iPhone option in the Phone Link app. A window with a QR code will appear.
  4. Point your iPhone’s camera at the QR code. A notification will pop up; click it to open an App Clip.
  5. Tap ‘Allow’ to let the App Clip access your iPhone’s Bluetooth.
  6. Follow the prompts to pair your devices. Ensure the six-digit code matches on both your PC and iPhone, then tap ‘Pair’ on both devices.

Connect Your Android Effortlessly:
  • Ensure your Android phone is running Android 7.0 or later.
  • Download the ‘Link to Windows’ app from the Google Play Store if it’s not pre-installed.
  • Search for ‘Phone Link’ on your PC and open the app.
  • Choose the Android option and scan the QR code displayed by the Phone Link app using your Android phone.
  • On your Android phone, customize the notification preferences and ensure settings like ‘Share notifications’ and ‘Sync Contacts’ are turned on.

Connect Phone to Windows 11
fig. 1 - Connect Phone to Windows 11



Connecting your smart phone to Windows using the Phone Link app allows easy access to phone notifications, messages, and calls on your PC.

Bridge the gap between your mobile and desktop worlds, making multitasking a breeze and keeping you connected no matter the platform.

Have you tried this yet?

Let us know in the comments below.


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Friday, May 10, 2024

Dive into the World of Sharks with the OCEARCH Shark Tracker

Dive into the World of Sharks with the OCEARCH Shark Tracker

Get up close and personal with the ocean's apex predators! The OCEARCH Shark Tracker offers a fascinating window into shark movements, behaviors, and their vital role in our marine ecosystems.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
May 10, 2024


OCEARCH icon
Ever wondered where sharks go when they disappear into the ocean's vastness?  

Have questions about these fascinating creatures and their role in our world? 

Here's a Cool Tip.  Visit the groundbreaking OCEARCH Shark Tracker.

What is the OCEARCH Shark Tracker?

At its heart, it's a data-driven platform.  

OCEARCH researchers tag sharks with specialized trackers that transmit location, depth, and other key data. 

This information is then visualized on an interactive map – available directly on OCEARCH's website .

Friday Funday

How to Use the Shark Tracker

Here's how to do it.
  1. Go to https://www.ocearch.org/tracker/.
  2. See the real-time locations of tagged sharks around the globe.
  3. Click on individual shark icons to learn their names, species, size, and even see photos.
  4. Watch as sharks traverse vast distances, revealing their migration patterns.
OCEARCH Shark Tracking
fig. 1 - OCEARCH Shark Tracker



Why It Matters: Science and Conservation

The OCEARCH Shark Tracker isn't just cool – it's a crucial tool:
  • Understanding Sharks: The data helps researchers unravel shark behaviors, breeding grounds, and the threats they face.
  • Protecting Oceans: Informed conservation efforts become possible. OCEARCH partners with schools and the public to foster ocean stewardship.
  • Example: A tagged great white shark named Mary Lee famously traveled thousands of miles along the Eastern US coast, providing invaluable insights for researchers.
The OCEARCH Shark Tracker is free and designed to be accessible to all – students, educators, and ocean enthusiasts alike.

Besides the web, find the mobiles apps:  

Join the Ocean Adventure

The OCEARCH Shark Tracker transforms how we connect with the underwater world.  

See sharks not as monsters, but as key pieces of a delicate ecosystem.  

And remember, by protecting them, we protect the oceans they call home.



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Tuesday, May 7, 2024

Cell Signal Weak? Try the Airplane Mode Reset Trick

Cell Signal Weak? Try the Airplane Mode Reset Trick

Improve your cell phone's connection in seconds with this simple trick that forces it to find the strongest nearby signal.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
May 7, 2024


Ever find yourself staring at barely-there signal bars on your phone? 

Before you panic, there's a quick and easy technique that might just give your reception a boost.

Here's a Cool Tip.  Use the the airplane mode reset trick.

Here's how to do it.
  1. Swipe to access your phone's control center.
  2. Tap the airplane icon to turn on Airplane mode. This turns off your cell tower radio connection.
  3. Keep airplane mode on for about 30 seconds.
  4. Turn airplane mode off
  5. Your phone should begin searching for a cell signal.
Turning airplane mode on and off essentially resets your phone's connection to cellular towers.

Turn Airplane Mode on and Off to Reconnect
fig. 1 - Turn Airplane Mode on and Off to Reconnect


This can resolve temporary glitches and help your phone lock onto the strongest signal in your area.

Try this trick when your signal is fluctuating or weaker than usual in a familiar location.

Your phone may be clinging to a distant tower from a previous area.

The airplane mode reset is a handy trick to keep in your cell phone troubleshooting toolkit.  

While not a magic fix for all signal woes, it's a simple way to potentially improve your connection when you need it most.


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Monday, April 8, 2024

Gear Up for the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse

Gear Up for the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse

Get ready to witness a spectacular celestial show! NASA experts share crucial advice to ensure you have the best possible experience watching the April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse, and learn how to capture it with your phone.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
April 8, 2024


Solar Eclipse April 8, 2024
Are you ready to experience the awe-inspiring phenomenon of a total solar eclipse? 

On April 8, 2024, a swath of North America will be plunged into darkness as the moon completely blocks out the sun. 

Want to make the most of this rare event and capture the moment?  

Here's a Cool Tip.  NASA has you covered!  

NASA, the authority on all things space, has released a comprehensive guide to ensure you have a safe and unforgettable eclipse-viewing experience. 

Here's how to do it, plus tips on using your phone:
  • The path of totality (where the eclipse is total) is relatively narrow. Check if you're within it, and if not, consider traveling to a prime viewing spot.
  • Never look directly at the sun without specialized solar eclipse glasses! Permanent eye damage can occur otherwise.
  • Besides eclipse glasses, binoculars or a telescope with a solar filter will enhance your view. A camera or even your smartphone can help you preserve the moment. But wear your solar glasses to be safe!
  • While it won't match professional gear, you can snap eclipse photos with your phone. Crucial: Use solar eclipse glasses over your phone's lens during partial phases. 
  • Notice how the temperature drops and listen for changes in animal behavior during totality! It's a full sensory experience.

Path of the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse - NASA
fig. 1 - Path of the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse

Where can you find more NASA Solar Eclipse information?
  • NASA has more info on taking pictures from your camera HERE.
    • Safety First!
      • Use solar filter.
      • Wear your glasses too!
    • Any Camera is a Good Camera.
    • Look Up, Down, All Around.
    • Practice.
    • Share.
  • For more information, check out NASA's Solar Eclipse page.
  • NASA's 2024 Solar Eclipse YouTube broadcast: HERE.



Total solar eclipses are breathtaking, inspiring wonder and reminding us of our place in the cosmos. Plus, phone photos are a fun way to share the experience.

But the path of totality is limited, and weather can be a spoilsport. 

Planning is essential!

Don't miss this celestial marvel! 

Start planning your 2024 eclipse adventure now. 

Don't forget your solar glasses!

Enjoy!


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Saturday, March 9, 2024

Unlock the Power of Voice: Mastering ChatGPT's Read Aloud Feature

Enhancing Your Digital Experience with AI-Powered Text-to-Speech

Discover how ChatGPT's Read Aloud feature can transform your text-to-voice experience. This guide provides easy steps to master this innovative tool, enhancing both accessibility and convenience.


By Rodger Mansfield, Editor
March 9, 2024


Have you ever wished for an easier way to consume lengthy articles or need a helping hand to make text-based content more accessible? 

What if you could turn any text into engaging, spoken audio with just a few clicks? 

Here's a Cool Tip.   Use the new Read Aloud feature of ChatGPT.

ChatGPT's Read Aloud feature is a game-changer in AI-driven voice technology.

Read Aloud in the context of ChatGPT refers to a feature that employs text-to-speech (TTS) technology to audibly read out the responses generated by ChatGPT. 

This functionality enhances the user experience by providing an auditory version of the text responses, which can be particularly beneficial for users with visual impairments, reading difficulties, or those who prefer listening over reading.

It's been available on mobile devices but is now available on the web.

And you don't have to be a paying ChatGPT Plus subscriber to use the feature!


ChatGPT Read Aloud Example
fig. 1 - ChatGPT Read Aloud Example

Here's how to do it.
  1. Open ChatGPT on your preferred platform (web, mobile app, etc.).
    1. For the web, go to: https://chat.openai.com/ .
    2. ChatGPT for iOS
    3. ChatGPT for Android
  2. Compose your query or message to ChatGPT
  3. Press Send Message.
  4. Click or tap the Read Aloud button to enable voice narration.

Enhances accessibility for visually impaired users, facilitates multitasking, and aids in language learning.

Imagine a visually impaired user engaging with ChatGPT to learn about a complex topic. 

The Read Aloud feature not only makes this possible but also enjoyable, demonstrating a blend of technology and accessibility.

ChatGPT's Read Aloud feature is not just a tool; it's a bridge to a more inclusive, accessible, and efficient digital experience. 

Tap into the convenience of ChatGPT's Read Aloud feature today. 

Transform your reading into listening with just a click – try it now and elevate your digital interactions!


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