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That being said, some jobs are designed to be done from home, and several companies, like Twitter, Reddit, Spotify, Atlassian, etc., have allowed permanent Work From Home (WFH) for their employees. If you’re someone who works from home, here are Mac and iPhone tips followed by some general tips to ensure you do your job well while keeping yourself healthy and your employer pleased.

1. Make to-do lists your best friend

People, including myself, used to brush off the importance of a to-do list. We tend to think that we can keep all tasks in our brains and do them without forgetting. For some, this may be true. But since working from home for the past 17 months, I have realized how helpful a simple to-do list is!

Putting your daily or weekly chores on a piece of paper or your iPhone/Mac’s notes app or to-do app will document them. The little checkbox will nudge you to complete the task, and tap the box to mark it as finished. When you do that, you get a sense of accomplishment and feel boosted to jump to the next item on the to-do list.

So, every Monday, or before starting your daily work, open a to-do app or the built-in Apple Notes app and create a list of tasks. Check them off as you finish them.

2. Eat the ugliest, biggest frog first

Every day you have multiple tasks to complete. Some of them may be harder than others, and you might procrastinate those challenging tasks for a later part of the day or postpone them for the next day. Don’t do that! In the morning, when you start work, you’re fresh and not burned out. Try to finish the toughest job first and then move to the less challenging ones.

There is a very famous book called Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time. Here’s an excerpt from Amazon:

There’s an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is to eat a live frog, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that it’s probably the worst thing you’ll do all day. Using “eat that frog” as a metaphor for tackling the most challenging task of your day—the one you are most likely to procrastinate on, but also probably the one that can have the greatest positive impact on your life.

3. Change display settings to make it comfortable

You will quickly get tired, and develop eye strain with a headache if your Mac or iPhone’s screen isn’t set to perfection.

First, make sure the bulb or sunlight isn’t falling directly on your Mac’s screen, making it a pain to look at for hours on end.

Secondly, your Mac and iPhone display should have the brightness levels set to a comfortable level. Plus, you can experiment with extra features like True Tone, Dark Mode, Night Shift, and Color Filters to see what works for you. Here’s how:

4. Maintain an office timer in Mac’s menu bar

This small thing ensures I work fairly for the amount of time my company pays me. Plus, it helps me keep track of the remaining time and plan my tasks accordingly. For example, if just an hour is left, I won’t start a new task that may require 2 hours.

5. Use multiple desktop spaces

Using a single space can get crowded with several apps and windows. Therefore to make things easy, I use 4 to 5 desktop spaces. I have set Notes to always stay on the 1st desktop, Chrome on the 2nd, Slack on the 3rd desktop, and so on. I quickly switch among these apps by swiping left or right using four fingers on the trackpad. Sometimes, especially while dragging and dropping files, I also use Command + tab to cycle among my open apps.

Besides that, I utilize Hot Corners to make the most of my Mac. You can learn how to use spaces and Hot Corners in this post: 33 things to do after setting up a Mac.

6. Don’t keep unnecessary browser tabs open

Fewer tabs mean less distraction and a cleaner look!

Social media during work hours isn’t only time-consuming, but you may see something you don’t like and get affected by it. Or, you may engage in futile debates and spend several minutes on this unproductive task.

8. Create a separate work account on Mac

This feature is a boon for me. You can create more than one user account on your Mac to keep things separated and focused.

My passwords are saved in Apple’s iCloud Keychain. At one point, I logged out from all social media, etc., to focus on my iDB work. But quickly, my temptations found that it’s effortless to log in again using the saved iCloud Keychain passcodes.

Then I decided to take things to a more complex level and created a separate user account with another Apple ID. I have no apps installed in this user account and no saved passwords. I have manually logged in to Slack, iDB’s WordPress, and Simplenote there. Nothing else. Limited resources in this user account help me focus on writing and do the job on time.

9. Use work Focus on your iPhone

Besides setting your notifications preferences, you can also customize your Lock Screen and Home Screen while working from home to limit distractions. For example, you can choose just one Home Screen page to show during Work Focus.

10. Use productivity apps and extensions

Since I don’t know your field of work, I can’t list apps and extensions that may be helpful for you. But in general, you should explore the App Store, Chrome store, or research on the web and install apps and extensions that can assist you in increasing your productivity and cutting down the distractions. These can be anything from a simple note-taking app that sits in your Mac’s menu bar (like Tyke) to a clipboard manager that saves all your recent clipboards (like CopyClip).

11. Set daily limits in Screen Time

Screen Time on Mac and iPhone can set daily time limits for specific apps or app categories to help you minimize their usage. Here are the related tutorials to do this:

12. Block unproductive websites you seem addicted to

In offices, managers and colleagues may pass by your desk, or a CCTV camera in the vicinity may capture what’s on your computer screen. Plus, offices often block certain websites. But there are no such restrictions at home, and you’re free to do whatever you please.

If you often find yourself addicted to some unproductive sites, block them on your Mac and iPhone:

13. Schedule email, texts, and Slack messages

If due to differences in time zones or some other necessary, unavoidable reasons, you must send an email or message that falls outside your regular work hours, simply schedule them. Here’s how:

14. Don’t make excuses to ignore group calls and join meetings

Once you ignore a call or meeting, you will get confident and be tempted to do the same the next time.

Eventually, it could become a habit not to participate in office calls. This will decrease your productivity and make you a less involved worker in the eyes of your boss, leader, manager, HR, etc.

So, when you’re working from home, make sure to get involved and actively be a part of the team, even though you’re present through a screen.

Ensure you restart your Mac and iPhone regularly and set your video calling and office apps to update automatically. These two simple steps will ensure fewer app crashes and make things work smoothly.

15. Make use of hourly “Time to Stand” on your Apple Watch

After this, if you sit continuously for an hour, your watch will nudge you to stand for a minute and walk.

If you don’t have an Apple Watch, use the iPhone or Mac’s Reminders app to set a repeating hourly reminder to stand up and move around: How to set up repeating reminders on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

16. Don’t always wear your AirPods

However, don’t get into the habit of constantly wearing your AirPods without use. When you’re done with the call, take off your AirPods and let your ears breathe and relax.

Wearing AirPods for hours every day may cause pain, headaches, and even allergies! Read: Symptoms of AirPods allergy and 8 tips to prevent it

17. Make a music schedule

Let’s face it, many of us like to listen to music while working. But you should set some rules. Here’s what I think:

No podcasts as they need your attention to listen to, and thus you can’t focus meaningfully on work.

Don’t start playing music in the morning when you start your daily work. This is because your mind is fresh in the morning, and I think it’s better utilized working peacefully on your office assignment.

Music is a good idea after lunch or at the end of the day.

Don’t use too much time finding the right songs to play while working. Instead, take out some time and make an office playlist with your favorite songs.

18. Stop using Picture-In-Picture

There can be two groups of people: those who think Picture-in-Picture (PiP) helps them watch videos and work; and others who believe this adds an unnecessary comfort that eventually hinders work.

I used the excellent Enhancer for YouTube extension for a long time to have fantastic PiP support in my Mac’s Firefox browser. But recently, I realized that watching something while working is disturbing. So, I removed this extension from my browser and stopped using the built-in PiP feature. You can do the same on your iPhone to disable automatic Picture-in-Picture.

19. Set Sleep Schedule

Your iPhone can help you wind down before sleep time, send you a sleep reminder, dim your Lock Screen, silence notifications, and wake you up at the right time the next day. This is possible by setting a sleep schedule, and you can learn how to do that here: How to set up a schedule, customize, and use Sleep Mode on iPhone

20. Other tips

Besides the above technical tips, here are some that will help you glide comfortably through your day while working from home.

Keep your smartphone away

Stick to your computer and keep your iPhone away if you have a habit of checking Instagram, WhatsApp, iMessage, etc., very frequently.

Hydrate yourself

Take small water breaks to keep yourself hydrated and healthy.

Exercise your eyes to reduce strain and headache

WebMD and Kraff Eye Institute have helpful posts related to eye exercises. Here are three of them:

Move your eyes vertically and horizontally for about 30 seconds after working for a while. This eye exercise can help ease eye pain.

20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes of staring at your computer, take a 20-second break and focus on something that’s 20 feet (6 meters) away.

Tell your family WFH ≠ holiday or weekend

While working from home, you stay in the house, and your parents and spouse might be tempted to assign you small tasks. While not very time-consuming, these small distractions can add up and mess up your workflow and focus. Thus, establish a house rule that working from home doesn’t mean you’re constantly available for menial chores.

Get a fast Internet connection

Related: What is considered good internet speed and how to check your download and upload speeds on Mac

Invest in a Wi-Fi router power bank or UPS

If you live in a housing society with no power backup or a country where power outage is common, invest in a UPS battery backup for your router. Usually, these are inexpensive and can easily keep your Wi-Fi running for 2-4 hours, even when there is no electricity.

Tip: While buying a UPS battery backup, make sure you see the input numbers on your Wi-Fi router’s power adapter and what the power bank supports.

Don’t clutter your desk

From my experience, having a clean, clutter-free desk is essential to work from home pleasurably. Remove unnecessary stuff lying on your desk and make it a clean workplace so you can focus better.

One thing I also do is charge my MacBook and iPhone overnight to eliminate wire clutters during work. You can try the same. But if your devices don’t have the battery backup to go through the entire work hours, spend some time on cable management to make things cleaner.

Invest in a comfortable chair and desk

Finally, it’s of prime importance to invest in a chair and table that makes sitting for long hours easy. A comfortable setup will not make it daunting to start your work every day.

Try to keep your MacBook or external monitor’s screen on the same level as your head so you don’t have to bend your neck to look down or look up.

Working from home made easier!

These were some tech and general tips to ensure you have a pleasant and productive work-from-home experience.

Initially, sitting in shorts and a t-shirt while working from home may feel enjoyable. But after a few months, you may become monotonous and unproductive. So, make sure you do things that don’t burn you out and keep you healthy while working from home.

To break the everyday routine, you may also try working from a nearby library or co-working space once or twice weekly. This will ensure human interaction and a different environment than your typical everyday setup.

At last, I would sign off by saying not to do everything you read on social media or online (including this post). Go through what other people say but experiment and implement only those that work for you. Everyone has different jobs, setups, and resources, so work-from-home tips can’t be generalized as a template.

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The Best Work From Home Gadgets And Accessories (2023)

Thanks to a global pandemic, it seems that working from home is here to stay for a lot of people. You may benefit from investing in your workspace a little to make life easier and more comfortable. There are several gadgets that can turn blue Mondays into, well, not a party exactly but much less exhausting than things might otherwise be. Here are the best work-from-home gadgets you can buy.

We also made a short video on our YouTube channel where we give some simple tips if you’re working from home, so be sure to check it out:

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The Best Work from Home Chairs

Despite not strictly being a “gadget”, your office chair is one of the most important components of your work from home setup. It’s got a direct effect on your stamina, comfort and health. There’s a staggering number of choices out there, but these are the three we’d recommend at every major budget tier.

Best Budget Chair: Hbada Chair With Flip-up Armrests

This chair has a price so low, it might be a point of concern. Yet with over 12,000 reviews and an average 4-star rating, it’s one of the best deals we’ve seen. According to Hbada, this stylish chair has been through some thorough quality testing as well.

Apart from looking stylish, the other neat feature of this chair is its flip-up armrests. That allows the chair to be easily slid under low desks, saving you space. A very solid choice for the money!

Best Mid-range Chair: Nouhaus Ergo3D

The Ergo3D offers ergonomic features we’d expect to see in more expensive products, with high levels of adjustability to fit your body and posture as well as possible. It’s a great compromise between ergonomic features and price.

Best High-end Chair: Ergohuman High Back Swivel Chair with Headrest

While the price of this high-back chair may be eye-popping, you have to weigh it up against the value of a pain-free spine and muscles that don’t feel like you’ve gone a few rounds with a professional boxer.

This Ergohuman chair has a mesh back, to keep things cool and dry. The materials are almost all recycled, in case you’re worried about your chair’s environmental impact.

The most impressive trick is, however, the synchro-tilt system. It makes sure that all of the supporting components are at the right angle to keep your posture right whether you’re sitting upright or have the chair tilted back. So you can relax and take care of your body at the same time. It’s a win-win! 

That’s where the much more reasonable WHCH710N comes in. While it has an equally incomprehensible name, it has a much lower price tag. The main sacrifice is audio performance for music or movies, but these cheaper phones still sound great by all accounts. You get smart environmentally adaptive noise cancellation, 35 hours of battery life and a built-in microphone for calls. We think it’s the best deal in its class.

The Samson Go Mic

Best of all, it has a headphone jack, so you can use it with any wired headphones of your choice. It’s competitively priced and is one of the most impactful upgrades you can make to your video conferencing audio equipment setup.

The Best Work from Home Webcams

Most laptops, smartphones, and tablets have cameras built into them, but in terms of quality, these are usually an afterthought. This is especially true for the many Apple MacBook computers out there with paltry 720p webcams! 

These days there’s a lot more video conferencing going on, so it’s the right time to upgrade your camera to something with a higher resolution and better optics. While there are plenty of companies making standalone webcams, Logitech has it all sewn up in our view.

Best HD All-round Webcam: Logitech C922x Pro

Beloved by gaming streamers all over the world, there’s little negative we can say about the C922x Pro. You can buy it for under $100 and get a full 1080p webcam with excellent built-in stereo microphones and snappy autofocus. 

It has automatic light correction and is specially designed to make the image look great even in low-light situations. This is doubtlessly the best general webcam for both work and play.

Best Professional 4K Webcam: Logitech BRIO Ultra HD Webcam

If you think that 1080p is a little last-decade and really want to blow away your coworkers with your fabulous video quality, consider doubling the budget and getting the Logitech BRIO. 

It’s a 4K webcam with a better lens and similar automatic focus and lighting compensation technology to the C922x Pro. Since the BRIO is designed for video conferencing specifically, it has several neat functions that make video meetings more comfortable. 

For example, you can digitally zoom and pan, while also having three different fields of view to choose from. The camera is also certified for Skype for Business and is meant to comply with enterprise standards. 

The Best Work from Home Monitors

Apart from your chair, your monitor is the component you spend the most time with. If you’re using an outdated model that stabs your eyes with its ugliness, then either of these two options will soothe your eyeballs and make you much less likely to go blind from overwork.

Best Ergonomic Business Monitor: Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch

We’ve used various Dell Ultrasharp monitors over the years and there’s a reason you’ll find these screens in so many large businesses all over the world. Its picture quality is fantastic and the monitor has great factory calibration to get you going with color-sensitive work right off the bat. 

The best feature, however, is perhaps the stand. You can rotate the monitor to use it in portrait mode, tilt it, swivel it and crucially adjust its height. These are features you almost never get in consumer-grade screens and turn it into a killer tool for work and general productivity.

Ultimate Multitasking Monster Monitor: Samsung Business CH890 Series 34 inch

Our final work from home recommendation is this massive CH890 business class monitor from Samsung. With a large, 34” ultrawide curved panel, you’ll be multitasking in comfort with one seamless image and easy cable management. 

While it may look like similar gaming-focused screens at first glance, Samsung has built-in features aimed at making work easier, although nothing stops you from enjoying a gaming break on the side!

Native split-screen and picture-in-picture functionality offer many different productivity options and support for USB-C display input makes it easy to find the right spot for your screen. The stand is also height, tilt and swivel capable, setting it apart from gaming monitors in this class. It’s a little more expensive than most monitors, but you’ll never want to go back to the old ways.

How To Control Apple Tv From Iphone, Ipad And Mac

Is your Apple TV Remote malfunctioning, lost, or damaged? You don’t have to spend over $50 on a new remote when you can control your Apple TV from an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac. These Apple devices ship built-in remotes that control your Apple TV, just like the physical remote. 

You can also use third-party apps to navigate an Apple TV without the remote. This tutorial covers all available techniques, apps, and tools to control Apple TV from an iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

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Control Apple TV From an iPhone or iPad

The Apple TV Remote is automatically added to your iPhone or iPad’s Control Center when setting up your Apple TV with your device. It’s also added when entering text with the Apple TV keyboard on your TV screen.

Nonetheless, you can manually add the Apple TV Remote to the Control Center without updating your device.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.

Select Control Center, and scroll to the “More Controls” section.

Tap the plus (+) icon next to Apple TV Remote.

Open your device’s Control Center and tap the remote icon to launch the Apple TV Remote interface.

If you have multiple Apple TVs linked to your Apple ID, tap the arrow-up icon at the top of the screen and select the Apple TV you want to control.

Understanding the Apple TV Remote Interface on iPhone and iPad

Swipe the Touch Area to move between apps and items. To select an item, tap anywhere within the Touch Area.

Note that additional controls will pop up within the Touch Area when playing content on certain apps. For example, when watching a movie on Netflix, the “Skip Back” and “Skip Forward” buttons appear on the remote interface. Tap either of the buttons to skip playback backward or forward by 10 seconds, respectively. 

The functions of other buttons are self-explanatory. 

The microphone button activates Siri and lets you search and control your Apple TV via your iPhone or iPad voice commands. 

Tap the button with a TV icon to go to the Apple TV Home screen. 

Press the TV button twice to open the Apple TV app-switching view and hold the same button to access the Apple TV Control Center. 

The Play/Pause button in the bottom-left corner pauses and resumes media playback. 

The Menu button is multi-functional: Tap it once to return to the previous screen, or hold the button to open the Home screen. Tap the Menu button while on the Home screen to activate your Apple TV screensaver.

Tap the Search button in the bottom-right corner to launch the Apple TV Search app. The Search button changes to a Keyboard icon afterward. 

Tap the Keyboard button to type your search query using the iOS or iPadOS keyboard.

Control Apple TV From Mac

Mac notebooks and desktops don’t have an Apple TV Remote, per se. All you can do from your Mac is to pause or resume media playback. You cannot search for TV shows, activate the Apple TV screensaver, perform voice searches, or navigate apps.

Follow the steps below to link and control Apple TV from your Mac. Before proceeding, confirm that your devices (i.e., Mac and Apple TV) use the same iCloud account.

Open your Mac’s System Preferences, select Apple ID, and check if the iCloud or Apple ID email corresponds with the address on your Apple TV.

Launch the Home app on your Mac.

You’ll need to grant the Home app access to your iCloud Keychain if it’s your first time launching the app. Then, select Turn On iCloud Keychain to proceed.

Check the Keychain box.

Select Continue.

Enter your Apple ID password and select Next to proceed.

Enter your Mac admin password and select OK.

Return to the Home app and select Turn on iCloud Keychain again.

Enter your iPhone or iPad’s passcode and wait for the Home app to load all accessories connected to your Apple ID.

Select Continue.

 If your Apple ID and Apple TV are linked, you should see a pop-up message prompting you to add yourself to Apple TV. Select Add Me to Apple TV to continue.

Your Apple TV should now appear in the “Home” or “Rooms” tab on the sidebar.

You can only control media playback on your Apple TV from the Mac Home app. Select the Apple TV to play or pause media playback. 

The Apple TV status will switch from “Playing” to “Pause” (and vice versa) when you pause or resume media playback.

Control Apple TV on Mac Using Third-Party Apps

There are third-party apps that offer more extensive control options than the Home app. Ezzi Keyboard, for example, has navigation controls and keyboard support—you can enter search queries on your Apple TV using your Mac’s keyboard. But it’s a paid app ($0.99).

CiderTV, on the other hand, is entirely free to use but lacks support for keyboard input. You can only use the app to navigate and select apps and items. It’s Bluetooth-powered and easy to set up and use to control Apple TV from your Mac.

Install CiderTV from the Mac App Store and launch the app.

Select Add on the sidebar to link the app to your Apple TV.

Select Open Bluetooth Preferences, turn on your Mac’s Bluetooth, and keep the Bluetooth preferences window open.

If your Mac doesn’t show up, turn off your Mac’s Bluetooth and turn it back on. Remember to keep the Bluetooth preferences window open during the pairing process.

Your Mac should display a connection request from your Apple TV. Select Connect to pair your Mac to the Apple TV.

Return to the CiderTV app and use the navigation controls to control your Apple TV.

Tap the arrow icons to navigate your Apple TV and tap OK to select apps or items. The Menu button will take you back to the previous screen or Home screen.

CiderTV should suffice for navigating your Apple TV. But if you often search for TV shows and apps, or simply fancy keyboard input, the Ezzi Keyboard app is worth the $0.99 investment.  

Navigate Apple TV Remotely

From experience, the iOS and iPadOS Remote work best when all devices are on the same Wi-Fi network. For example, we tried controlling an Apple TV on a Wi-Fi connection from an iPhone using a cellular connection. The iPhone remote worked on the first connection but stopped detecting the Apple TV after some minutes.

How To Airdrop From Iphone To Mac

AirDrop is the fastest and most convenient way to wirelessly send files from an iPhone or iPad to a Mac. While AirDropping from iOS to Mac OS is easy, how it works may not be particularly obvious to some users, and many people don’t know the feature exists at all. Learning to use AirDrop to send files from an iPhone to a Mac is easy, and it offers a simple and reliable way to transfer photos, videos, notes, and other files between nearby devices.

To use AirDrop from iOS to Mac OS, you will need a modern version of iOS on the iPhone or iPad, and a modern version of Mac OS on the Mac – generally speaking the newer the software releases the better, so you’ll want to be sure you update your devices if you are having any difficulty. Beyond that it’s not much different from AirDropping between Macs or other iOS devices, let’s review how this great feature works to send files across platforms.

How to AirDrop from iPhone or iPad to a Mac

In this example, we’ll AirDrop files from an iPhone to a Mac via the Photos app, but you can access AirDrop in iOS from just about anywhere the “Sharing” menu is available. Here’s how this works:

On the iPhone from what you want to AirDrop, tap the Sharing icon (it looks like a little box with an arrow flying out of it), in the example here we are AirDropping photos from iPhone to a Mac

Now from the Mac, open a Finder window and choose “AirDrop” from the sidebar (or alternatively, pull down the “Go” menu and choose ‘AirDrop’)

On the Mac, check the ‘Allow me to be discovered by:’ section so that it says either “Everyone” or “Contacts Only”, keep this Finder window open as it enables AirDrop

Back on the iPhone at the sharing screen, tap on the AirDrop icon

On the iPhone, wait a moment and the Mac with AirDrop enabled will appear in the list, then tap on that Mac / user ID to immediately start sending the files / photos to the Mac

The Mac will continue to allow accepting inbound AirDrop file transfers from iPhone, iPad, or other Macs as long as the Finder AirDrop window is open. If you are done transferring files with AirDrop on the Mac, simply close the AirDrop Finder window to stop allowing further transfers.

If you’re at all confused then it is best to try this out yourself by opening the Photos app on the iPhone or iPad and then AirDropping a picture or two to a Mac. Despite being somewhat confusing to explain and demonstrate, it’s actually quite easy to use in practice. The key things to remember are that you must open the AirDrop Finder window on the Mac for it to be active in Mac OS, and you must tap on the AirDrop icon in the Sharing menu of iOS to be active on the iPhone or iPad.

A few things to keep in mind if you’re experiencing difficulty: AirDrop requires a reasonably new iPhone, iPad, or Mac, Bluetooth must be enabled, and the devices must be within reasonable reach of one another (the closer together the better). For the most part, AirDrop “just works” but if you are having problems the refer to this guide for troubleshooting AirDrop not working in iOS, and if it’s seemingly not even available then refer to here for what to do when AirDrop is not showing up on iPhone or iPad at all. On the Mac side of things, as long as the Mac is vaguely modern with a somewhat recent Mac OS or Mac OS X release and has Bluetooth, AirDrop usually works just fine without hassle.


6 Vivaldi Browser Tips For Power Users To Customize Their Experience

We have previously reviewed Vivaldi, so in this article we will explore some useful Vivaldi browser tips for you to get the most out of the web browser.

1. Use Quick Commands

2. Stack Your Tabs

For users who tend to open several tabs in the browser, Vivaldi provides a way to group those tabs so that they can be managed more effectively. All you need to do is drag one tab over another one until the opacity of the other one is dimmed a little, then let go, and you’ll have a nice tab stack.

3. Use Web Panels

Web Panels allow you to add webpages to the sidebar so that you can always access them no matter the tab you’re currently viewing. This is very useful for adding frequently visited pages such as social media feeds, YouTube and the like.

4. Tile Your Tabs

Tab tiling is another fantastic feature that is useful for viewing two or more webpages at once. To do this you need to select a few tabs by holding down the “Ctrl” key and tapping the tabs in question. Then select a suitable tile from the status bar at the bottom of your web browser.

5. Save Open Tabs as a Session

6. Customise the user interface

Vivaldi provides a plethora of options to customise the appearance of your web browser. For example, you can change the colour of the interface to match the colour scheme of the website you are currently viewing by ticking “Use Page Theme Color in User Interface” in the appearance settings. You can also decide to hide the bottom status bar or switch between light and dark themes.

Ayo Isaiah

Ayo Isaiah is a freelance writer from Lagos who loves everything technology with a particular interest in open-source software. Follow him on Twitter.

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Folding Iphone Time? Motorola Says 20% Of Razr Owners Switching From Apple

But with Motorola pointing to growing numbers of iPhone users abandoning Apple to buy its foldable phones, and our sister site concluding that the Motorola Razr finally nails the form factor, the pressure is now starting to build …

Folding iPhone is expected in 2025

Folding iPhone patents date back to at least 2023, with further ones showing that Apple is working on some of the problems that have hit existing foldables: preventing folding screen damage, a double-fold design, self-healing display, an exposed notifications strip, and more.

Most of the patents point to a bendable display, but we have also seen patents for a dual-screen hinged iPhone along the lines of the Microsoft Duo.

Both Bloomberg and Apple analyst Ming-chi Kuo have confirmed that the Cupertino company is actively working on the development of a folding iPhone – not just playing vaguely with the idea.

Timing estimates have varied from this year (which is clearly not happening, as there would have been leaks by now) to 2025. Both Kuo and display analyst Ross Young now point to a 2025 launch, with the former expecting a folding iPad to launch first, sometime next year. Some pretty insane pricing has been suggested!

iPhone owners switching to Motorola

CNET reports that Motorola has seen growing numbers of iPhone users buying its Razr folding phones.

Motorola has seen 20% of new Razr users coming from Apple products. That data point is from 2023 following the launch of the previous-generation Razr.

“This is definitely the family that we have the most amount of iPhone users switching to us,” Allison Yi, Motorola’s head of North America product operations, said to CNET ahead of the company’s Razr Plus launch.

Motorola Razr (2023) finally nails it

Our sister site 9to5Google hasn’t been greatly impressed by folding phones in the past. It found that even Samsung’s fourth attempt still hasn’t solved the biggest problem with its very first folding phone: its fragility. Dust still works its way underneath the screen, causing bumps, and the ultra-thin glass still cracks along the crease.

But Ben Schoon says that Motorola’s latest Razr models finally cracked it – and not in the way that Samsung did!

After countless leaks lately, the Motorola Razr (2023) and Motorola Razr+ have arrived, with new hardware, impressive features, and more. After spending some time with both phones this week, I feel they’re the foldable flip phones that finally nail the vision of what this form factor should be […]

The Motorola Razr+ with its 3.6-inch outer display is finally the first foldable flip phone I can see myself using for an extended period.

The Razr+ will sell for $999, and the lower-cost variant is expected to come in at about $799. If other Android smartphone makers are able to create similarly appealing devices for the same kind of price, that could put a lot of pressure on Apple – not just to launch a folding iPhone, but to do so at a palatable price.

Personally, an iPhone Pro Max folding down to half the length, at a halfway sensible price, would be an instant sale for me – how about you?

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