Windows 10 Mobile
If you enjoy reading, you know that it's hard to find a good eBook reader for your smartphone. There are a lot of eBook reading apps in the Store, but only a few of them manage to include all the features you want in such apps. If you purchase eBooks from the Kindle Store, you may also want to try using the Amazon Kindle app. Developed by Amazon, the app provides access to over 1 million books in the Kindle Store, including bestsellers and new releases.
How many times have you been in the situation when your computer stopped working properly, and the only person who could solve your problems is very far from you? Well, that person can still save you using the TeamViewer: Remote Control app, available in the Store for Windows users. The app is very well put together and user-friendly. Of course, it has fewer features compared to the desktop version, but it does the job and is also compatible with touch enabled devices. In this article, we will show you how to use the TeamViewer: Remote Control app for Windows 10. Let's go:
Many users probably have their smartphones cluttered with a lot of apps they don't use or games they haven't played in ages. The logical course of action would be to remove them, to clear up the space for some useful stuff. In this article we will show you two ways to uninstall your apps and games from Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile in the easiest way possible. Let's go:How to remove an app from Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile using the Apps list
First, locate the app that you want to remove in the Apps list.
We think all Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile users are familiar with installing apps using the Storeapp. Basically, all you have to do is open theStore, type the name of the app that you want on your smartphone and install it. But there's another way to do the same thing, using any web browser installed on your device. In this article we are going to show you how to install new apps on your smartphones with Windows 10 Mobile or Windows Phone, using this approach.
When you travel a lot, there are higher chances for your smartphone to run down its battery and you may not ble able to charge for another couple of hours. What can you do in these situations to squeeze the maximum possible time from your Windows smartphone's battery? Here are five tips you can try to make it last a little longer , that work on smartphones with Windows 10 Mobile or Windows Phone 8.1.:
One of the most essential things you need when you go on vacation is to get the right directions. Not really knowing where you are and how to get to your destination can ruin a trip, especially if you don't speak the local language to ask for directions. In such s ituations, your smartphone with Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile can be helpful because if offers you the opportunity to download maps and have them available offline, even when you don't have a 3G or 4G data connection available. This way, you can avoid roaming charges and be able to find your way, anywhere you go.
If you purchased a Windows Phone or a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone overseas or you accidentally changed some settings, you may end up with an unknown language, that you may find impossible to understand. Fortunately, we can help you solve this problem in no time. In this article, we will show you how to switch the display language of your Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile to your own native language. You can do this in no time, unless you are using a more exotic language for which Windows does not provide support.
There are times when you don't want to be disturbed by anything in your life, especially not by the notifications on your smartphone. Maybe you want to do your work without being interrupted, or maybe you just want to sleep without hearing Facebook notifications all the time. Fortunately, Windows 10 Mobile offers a feature called Quiet hours , that does just what it says: it silences your smartphone during the time frame you specify. Here's how to use and configure the Quiet hours on your Windows 10 Mobile smartphone:
If you own a Windows 10 PC and a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone, and you have enabled Cortana on both of them, you may have noticed that, after the Anniversary Update, you started getting all the notifications from your smartphone also on you PC. That's called notifications syncing and it means that notifications are duplicated, or mirrored, between your different devices. That's all done through Cortana and it can be quite a useful feature for some users. However, other people might not like this deep level of integration between Windows 10 PCs and Windows 10 Mobile smartphones.
When it comes to a pleasant internet experience, the speed of your connection plays a crucial role. The speed can be low if all you need is to send emails without attachments or do some text chat. However, your requirements will increase if you need to stream music or video on your smartphone. In order to evaluate the speed of the internet connection that you have available on your Windows 10 Mobile smartphone, we started testing several apps that tell you how fast it is.