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Spotify 101: How to Save Cellular Data When Streaming Music on Your iPhone or Android Phone

While I love Spotify, I don't like it devouring my data plan when streaming music away from a Wi-Fi network. If you have the foresight or time to download Spotify tracks for offline playback later, great. For those of you who like to listen to your music more randomly like I do, based on your current mood, streaming is the only way to go, and there are settings you can tweak to use up less data.

How To: Download Apps of Any Size Using Cellular Data on Your iPhone in iOS 13 — Without Any Warnings

When there's a new game you want to play or app you need to use, but a Wi-Fi network isn't available, you can always download it over cellular data. If the size of the app is too large, however, you may not be able to on your iPhone. But that changes in iOS 13, which finally gives control over cellular data downloads in the App Store.

How To: Easily View Your Current Cellular Data Usage on Your iPhone

If you can't afford an unlimited plan, you're limited to a certain amount of data each month on your iPhone. Even some unlimited data plans have carrier-imposed mobile data caps that throttle the user if they exceed them. Keeping track of your exact usage each day will help make sure you don't get billed more or throttled like a chump near the end of the month.

How To: App Over 150 MB? Here's How to Download It Using Cellular Data on Your iPhone

These days, cellular connections can be just as fast — if not faster — than traditional internet providers. That, coupled with the prevalence of unlimited data plans, means less worrying about hopping on a Wi-Fi network to download something. However, try to install an app or update over 150 MB, and your iPhone will insist you switch to Wi-Fi. We don't think this is very fair, so here's a way out.

How To: Navigate the home screen on Android phones (1.5/1.6)

Google's Android platform is one of the best things to hit cellular phones since Apple developed their first iPhone. Now everyone can enjoy an awesome operating system on their mobile devices, not just Apple addicts. If you've just gotten your first Android-powered cell phone, you may need a little help getting started. This video from Google shows you how to take advantage of the home screen's features on your Android-powered phone.

How To: Save Cellular Data by Using Wi-Fi Only for FaceTime Audio & Video Calls

This may not matter to you if you only FaceTime from your iPhone occasionally, but if you're FaceTiming every day on a limited data plan from your cellular provider, you're going to want to conserve as much data as possible by making sure that you're connected to Wi-Fi only — especially if they are video calls.

How To: Prepare Your Phone for a Trip Abroad with These Tips

So you're finally ready to head out on that big trip you've been planning for months, huh? It's an exciting time, but there are plenty of things you'll need to prepare before you head out. For instance, it's hard to imagine life without a smartphone these days, and with useful traveling apps like Google Translate and maps, you'll almost have to make sure that you have a working smartphone when you arrive at your destination.

How To: Use Skype global communication software

Cellular telephones? So 20th century! With this techy tutorial, you'll learn how to install Skype on your laptop and use it to make phone calls to your friends over the Internet – all without long distance rates! For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how to install the Skype VOIP (Voice Over IP) client on your own computer, watch this free video how-to!

How To: Shop iTunes on the Apple iPhone 3G

Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to shop iTunes on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mobile phone can do.

How To: Tell if your device is tethered or unlockable

In this video, the instructor shows us how to tell if a device (cell phone or other device) is tethered or un-lockable. Before you begin, you must download a tool called f0recast onto your laptop or desktop computer. After the application is downloaded, you must plug in your device to your computer (Windows only). Once you've done this, a window will show up from F0recast that will show you all of your phone's information. This includes if it's lockable, if it's tethered, the serial #, model ...

News: Always-Updated List of Carriers That Support RCS Universal Profile

In November 2016, the RCS Universal Profile (Rich Communications Services) was introduced. The technology takes text messaging to the 21st century, emulating many of the features found in IM apps like WhatsApp and iMessage, but working through your phone number like regular SMS or MMS. The only thing is, your carrier needs to support RCS-UP to use the feature. Thankfully, the list is growing.

How To: Use the HTC Touch Pro 2 camera and video

Celluar Chloe from cellular zone shows us the features of HTC Touch Pro 2 camera and video. She shows us at first some picture quality and then shows us how to take a picture. The features of black and white, auto and etc, the rather settings that one can change when taking a picture. The video quality is poor and one cannot see the phone screen clearly. She shows us how to access each of the features she mentions but does not explain in detailed instructions.

How To: Preserve Battery Life on Your Apple iPad Mini

Apple has begun selling their new iPad mini at stores around the world starting today. The mini, a smaller and cheaper alternative to the larger iPad, has a starting price of $329 and is expected to sell around 1 to 1.5 million units in the first weekend, far below the 3 million iPad 3s sold last March (who all probably want their money back). Something that's sure to be brought up in the following days, as with most new devices, is the battery life. As we previously provided you tips on savi...

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