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  1. IPTV Smarters App allows your customers to watch your content from the device ( Android devices, iOS device, Fire TV Sticks, Nvidia Sheilds , Mac, Windows PC / Laptop and Apple TV or iPAD etc) We are the developer of IPTV Smarters App and offering the customized version of it with your branding ( Your Logo, App Name and URL ) INFO or DEMO Link: https://www.whmcssmarters.com/custom-iptv-apps NOTE : We’re not providing any IPTV Subscriptions, streams/channel or any kind of media content.
  2. On an iPhone, photos are a huge potential privacy leak. They include not only visual information but also metadata that might reveal your location or when the photo was taken, among other facts. Luckily, it’s easy to see which apps have access to your photos and even revoke access if necessary. Here’s how. First, open “Settings” on your iPhone. In “Settings,” tap “Privacy.” In “Privacy,” scroll down the list and tap “Photos.” After tapping “Photos,” you’ll see a list of installed apps that have requested access to your photos. Beside each one is a status t
  3. Are you worried that your iPhone apps are listening using your device’s built-in microphone? If so, it’s easy to know for sure—and to revoke microphone access if necessary—by checking a list in Settings. Here’s how to do it. First, open the “Settings” app. In “Settings,” tap “Privacy.” In “Privacy,” tap “Microphone.” On the next screen, you’ll see a list of installed apps that have previously requested access to your microphone. Each app has a switch beside it. If the switch is “on” (green) then the app can access your microphone. If the switch is “off” (o
  4. It’s no secret that smartphone apps have the ability to access a lot of permissions—if you let them. It’s important to make sure apps aren’t abusing permissions to protect your privacy. Android makes it easy to see which apps can access your location. Android apps are required to ask for permission to access your location. Beginning in Android 11, you can even grant apps one-time access to your location. This means that you don’t have to worry about apps grabbing your location after you leave the app. RELATED:How to Change a PowerPoint Show (PPSX) to a Work File (PPTX) Regardles
  5. blackzheep/Shutterstock If you own a Mac powered by Apple Silicon (such as the M1 processor), you no longer need to take out your iPhone or iPad to run some of your favorite mobile apps. As long as you’re running macOS 11Big Sur or newer, you can download and install iPhone and iPad apps onto your Mac. Before you can run an iPhone or iPad app on your Mac or MacBook, you’ll first need to download it from Apple’s App Store. RELATED: How to Check How Much RAM Is in Your Mac Start by clicking on the Launchpad icon found on your computer’s dock. Next, click on
  6. How to Hide Most Used Apps in the Start Menu on Windows 10: While using Windows 10, you might see a list of “Most Used” apps in your Start menu. Whether you’d like to simplify to Start menu or conceal the list due to privacy concerns, hiding the most used apps list is easy. Here’s how to do it. When enabled, the “Most Used” section of the Start menu keeps track of which apps you use the most, and it displays them in a Start menu list. If you’d like to remove the Most Used app list from the Start menu, we’ll need to visit Windows Settings. First, launch “Settings” by opening the
  7. evka119/Shutterstock Apple One bundles all the company’s services into one monthly payment, but is it a good deal? Let’s take a look! You can likely save some cash by creating your own bundle and avoiding Apple’s less popular services. What’s in Apple One? Apple One includes services like iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and (if you’re in the Premier tier), Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+. The Individual and Family plans are $14.95 and $19.95 per month, respectively, while the Premier Plan will set you back $29.95. In terms of value, the Individual Plan saves yo
  8. How to Force Close Apps on Android TV: It’s always annoying when an app doesn’t work as it should. Sometimes, the only thing you can do to solve the problem is force close the app. You can do this on your Android TV just like on your smartphone. Here’s how. There are a few reasons why you might need to force close an Android TV app. Perhaps video streaming is choppy, the app is being laggy and slow, or it’s just plain unresponsive. Whatever the case may be, force closing the app will usually solve the problem, and it’s simple to do. RELATED: How to Restart an Android TV Either w
  9. How to Remove Apps From the “Conversations” Section on Android: Android 11 introduced a feature that puts notifications from messaging apps in a “Conversations” section of the notification shade. These notifications are always at the top of the list, but it’s easy to remove an app from this section. To do so, when a notification appears in the “Conversations” section, press and hold it. Tap the Gear icon at the top right to open the “Settings” menu. You’re now in the Notification Settings for the given app. If the app supports the “Conversations” feature, you’ll see a
  10. In a nutshell: As technology becomes more advanced, children are finding more ways to take advantage of it. The latest trick involves using some of Apple’s AirPods and a text-to-speech app to “talk” in class without the teacher realizing. Those of a certain age may recall when throwing rolled up pieces of paper containing written messages was the best way of surreptitiously communicating in classrooms. In today’s digital age, things are a lot more high-tech. In a TikTok video from user Leilana that was shared on Twitter, two students, each with a pair of Apple's buds, show how to hav
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