The point of an Apple Watch is to keep things simple and compact. So it doesn’t make sense to carry a bunch of charging gear around, too. That makes this keychain-ready wireless charger the ideal companion for your Apple Watch.
Reading is important and fulfilling, but it can take more time than many of us have. It’s also an unspoken fact that books are often longer than they need to be, so sometimes the best thing to do is just get a summary.
Phones are tracking devices for big companies and the government, so why shouldn’t we also use them to keep track of our family’s wellbeing? This one app contains multiple tools and features to do just that.
Adobe Photoshop is one of the most common and most powerful apps in all of digital photography and design. So if you’re looking to work with digital images, it’s software you’ll want to know well. This bundle of lessons offers an easy way to go from Photoshop beginner to skilled user.
Staying on top of our budgets and finances is just part of being an adult. No one said growing up would be all fun and games, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyable. This personal finance app sports intuitive tools and features for managing money so managing your money feels easy satisfying.
AirPods have basically become synonymous with wireless earbuds. But they’ve been out for long enough that alternatives are available which last longer and cost less. So if you’re ready to up your personal audio game, it’s time to look beyond Cupertino.
Using a computer means working with PDFs, one of the most common document formats around. But just because they’re common doesn’t mean they’re easy to work with, especially when it comes to editing. With this PDF editor, that changes.
No matter what you do or where you work, chances are you encounter some part of Microsoft Office. So whether it’s spreadsheets, Word documents or presentations, doing better with MS Office suite means doing better work, and getting certified means getting better jobs.