2015 Best Fantasy Baseball App for iPad and iPhone

Best fantasy baseball app for iPhone

It’s that time of year again, where the sound of a bat cracking a ball and the smell of freshly cut grass permeates the air. It’s baseball season and that can mean only one thing, it’s time to crunch numbers in anticipation for your fantasy baseball draft. If you are looking to get an edge on your competition, then you are going to need help. When looking at the field of available apps, it’s hard to argue for anything but Rotowire Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit 2015 as the absolute best fantasy baseball app for iPad and iPhone. Read on for how I plan to dominate the draft and how you can too.   When it comes to drafting a championship fantasy baseball team, the focus should always be on numbers, but I’ve taken part in many drafts … [Read more...]

How to delete photos from iPhone and reclaim valuable storage

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The iPhone is an incredibly easy device to use, making you want to download apps, movies, books and of course use the camera to take beautiful pictures and videos. Over time, managing storage on your iPhone becomes more important as you start to bump up against storage capacities of your device. It’s one of the main reasons that folks opt for a 64GB or even 128GB iPhone. But with iPhones available from Apple to start with only 16GB of storage, some of which is deducted for the operating system, it's easy to find yourself in a position where you've maxed out your storage and unable to take a video or shoot a photo. I was able to drastically increase my storage capacity and so can you without deleting all of your iPhone photos. Here’s how to … [Read more...]

How the Apple Watch will radically change smart homes


It's hard not to be excited about the Apple Watch. It's capabilities go well beyond tracking steps, telling time and the occasional informational glance. When you pack so much technology into a small watch case, it's reasonable that battery life won't be more than a typical day. Much of the focus on the functionality of the Apple Watch has been push information, subtle interactions and the occasional call. Features that won't require a significant amount of battery. It's certainly going to bring a significant amount of change to how communicate and more importantly, the role our phones will play once we transition to a wrist-first society. If there is one area that's ripe for innovation, it's the control of home automation products. Apple … [Read more...]

5 Ways To Use Playlists That Will Rock Your iPhone

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Back in the days when we all rocked iPods, its singular use as a music player allowed for users to focus on getting the most from their portable music player. Now that the iPhone has effectively replaced the iPod, managing music can often take a backseat to the infinite functionality of our phones. Music still has tremendous meaning, but it's easy to find yourself content with loading up music without any filters or extensive thought. That can have several unintended consequences. It can chew up valuable storage space and make it infinitely more difficult to get the absolute best listening experience from your music collection. We've compiled five super-smart playlist tips that will rock your iPhone, like a hurricane! … [Read more...]

Details Of Upcoming Next Generation Apple TV Revealed

Apple TV

The next generation Apple TV will get a massive overhaul this summer. According to John Paczkowski, now writing for Buzzfeed News, sources indicate that Apple will utilize their yearly world wide developer conference to introduce the new streaming media player. This comes on the heels of news that Apple was working to finalize a new web-based subscription television service later this year. … [Read more...]

Why you shouldn’t pre-order the Apple Watch

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As with past products, Apple is once again offering a pre-order window for the Apple Watch. Starting sometime in the wee hours of April 10th, we'll witness the symbolic closing of the Apple Store, only to open a few hours later filled with new products for sale. When it comes to iPhones, pre-orders are a fantastic way to get your ideal iPhone. Just enter your cellphone number, check your eligibility and you're set. That's assuming that in the previous years time, you've settled on a color and storage size. Though with the iPhone 6, there was no good decision but to upgrade to the 64GB model. Yes, I'm still bitter about Apple's insistence on shipping 16GB models in the year 2015. The only real major sticking point when choosing an a new … [Read more...]

How to attach files, photos to email on iPhone or iPad

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Take a great photo on your iPhone and it’s natural to want to share it with friends and family. We’ve covered sharing photos from the Photos app, but you can also share photos directly from within your Mail application. As more and more are using their iOS devices for productivity and work, attaching files like Word documents or PDFs becomes a necessity. Here’s how you can attach files and photos on iPhone or iPad, directly from the Mail app. … [Read more...]

How To Use Do Not Disturb On iPhone

Do Not Disturb

Do Not Disturb is one of the best and often ignored features in iOS. If your iPhone is home to multiple social network apps, email, messaging and more, I’m guessing it buzzes and beeps plenty throughout your day. While not uncommon, this sort of thing can be extremely distracting when night falls and you’d like to get some well deserved rest. In the past, that mean switching on Airplane mode, which is like taking a hacksaw to a dandelion. With Do Not Disturb enabled, and customized to your preferences, calls and alerts that you designate will be silenced if your iPhone is locked. Read on for how to use do not disturb on iPhone. When you wake up tomorrow, you’ll be well rested and you will not have missed anything important. … [Read more...]

Rumored Apple Web TV Solves Little For Cord Cutters

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Once again, rumors have surfaced regarding the future of Apple TV. The television industry is broken, at least from a consumer perspective. Cable companies continue to rule to the roost. They act as what seems like an unnecessary middle-man, shaking down consumers with excessive packages with hundreds of unwanted channels. All of this controlled by an archaic interface on an often storage constrained DVR. People are desperate for change. We've seen little in the way of change from Apple when it comes to their hobby. Sure there have been a steady stream of new streaming channels, but those aren't unique to their streaming box. They also make the set-up very un-Apple like. Probably the biggest news was their three-month exclusive with HBO … [Read more...]

The Unique Selling Proposition of Apple Watch


I find it incredibly interesting to see the different responses to the Apple Watch. Some are absolutely frothing at the mouth in anticipation of April 24th, when the future gets strapped to their wrists. On the other end of the spectrum, there are iPhone owners like my wife, who have little to no interest in it. There are some who share that interest level, but for some reason, have an intense hatred for a product they've never seen in person, let alone used. I'm guessing that most fall in the third category – intrigued by what is an entirely new way to interact with your apps, while being cautiously optimistic how this could result in real positive change in how we use technology. When the iPhone was announced in 2007, there were similar, … [Read more...]