Security apps for smartphones and tablets

Security apps for smartphones and tablets

Cybersecurity has been in the headlines even more than usual lately, and it may have you worried about the safety of your own smartphone or tablet devices and electronically stored information. But  there’s no need to worry, as long as you download and use one of these antivirus apps. The Max Mobile Security app provides […]

Apps for Birders

Apps for Birders

Bird watching is one of the most popular hobbies in the U.S. and spring offers plenty of opportunities to take part. Whether beginner or experienced, our PC Mike Wendland says these apps can help you get out there and have fun doing what is also known as “birding.” Song Sleuth helps you identify birds by […]

Severe Weather Apps

Severe Weather Apps

It’s always a good idea to keep a handle on current and future weather conditions, especially in the midst of spring’s severe weather season. This week, we offer up some of the best severe weather warning apps around. WeatherBug provides warnings and alerts about approaching severe weather along with a host of other weather-related information – […]

How to Keep Your Web Browsing Private

How to Keep Your Web Browsing Private

The debate continues over whether or not details about how people use the Internet on their smartphones and tablets can be collected and sold, making privacy a top concern for many. This week PC Mike has three apps aimed at putting your privacy worries to rest. Hotspot Shield, downloaded hundreds of millions of times, keeps […]

Apps for Graphic Design and Font Fun

Apps for Graphic Design and Font Fun

Ever wonder who makes all of those photos and graphics with inspirational quotes and sayings you see on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter? The answer is easy: people like you. PC Mike shows you three apps that can almost instantly turn you into a graphic designer. Word Swag lets you create amazing text layouts that would […]