Most popular websites these days come in both desktop and mobile versions, with the latter rendering content in a more responsive fashion for a consistent browsing experience across a variety of tablet and smartphone screens.
Mobile-friendly websites are often stripped down and streamlined for easier navigation, with the result that some full-page content isn’t displayed at all – and even when it is, finding that content can sometimes be a chore, especially if you’re used to the desktop version of a site.
Recognizing this, Apple has had the foresight to let you bypass mobile versions of websites and view original desktop versions on its mobile devices [...]
When you use Finder’s List view to work with files on your Mac, a glance at the Size column tells you the size of each file, but when it comes to folders in the list, Finder just shows a couple of dashes instead.
Finder skips showing folder sizes because calculating them takes time – if several folders contained thousands of files, working out the total size would likely slow down your Mac. So while omitting this information can get annoying, it does ensure file browsing in Finder stays snappy.
But what if you want to use List view and still keep an eye on the size of a handful of folders in a specific location – in Documents, for instance, or in a [...]
The Gmail app for iOS was today updated with an option to turn off the threaded conversation view that some users have been unhappy with.
Toggling off „Conversation View“ in the Settings menu in the Gmail app will now let users see each of their emails listed individually in their inbox rather than grouped up in an „easier to digest and follow“ format, as Google puts it.
Gmail on the desktop has long allowed users to turn off Conversation View, and today’s update introduces feature parity on mobile devices.
Your Conversation View settings are synced across devices, so if Conversation View is disabled on desktop, it will be [...]
Google today updated its Street View app for iOS, finally adding support for the iPhone X’s display eight months after the device’s launch.
Google Street View is designed to allow users to explore different locations and landmarks around the world using the Street View feature. The app also allows users to create photo spheres with the iPhone’s camera, and today’s update also improves support for rendering 360 degree panos.
What’s New – Support for iPhone X – Improvements for rendering 360 panos
Google had been slow to update some of its apps for the iPhone X, but made progress this month first with Inbox by [...]