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Apple has been rolling out Public (and Developer) Betas of iOS 10 for a while now, and with every new iteration, there are some changes. While most of these changes are bug fixes from previous betas, or design changes based on (what I think is) user feedback, some of the changes are great new features.

1. Emergency Bypass in Contacts

We all know that feeling when we pull out our phone after a long time of it being on “Do not Disturb”, only to find about a million missed calls from our parents, usually followed by a mini heart attack. Well, someone at Apple’s software department obviously didn’t want to let their kids use the “my phone was set to do not disturb” excuse, the next time they failed to answer a call, and the result in iOS 10, is an option to enable Emergency Bypass on a per-contact basis.

If you have enabled Emergency Bypass for a particular contact, your iPhone will ring for calls from that number, even if your iPhone was set to Do not Disturb. No more excuses, guys.

1. Go to the Contacts app, and select the contact that you want to enable Emergency Bypass for.

2. Tap on “Edit” on the top right.

3. Go to “Ringtone” options.

4. Enable “Emergency Bypass”.

2. Annotate Videos and Photos in iMessages

iMessage is getting some really cool features in iOS 10, making it a competitor against more popular (and cross-platform) apps such as WhatsApp and Snapchat, each of which have their own set of sweet tricks up their sleeves. We have covered WhatsApp and Snapchat tricks earlier.

Among the plethora of changes coming to iMessage, one that definitely stands out is the ability to annotate videos and photos. A feature that Snapchat has boasted of for a long time. Annotated videos and photos make it easier to draw attention to particular parts of a video/photo and are fun, either way.

1. Open “Messages” on your iPhone.

2. Open the conversation where you want to send an annotated Video/Photo.

3. Tap the gray arrow on the left of the text box.

5. This will open a small screen where you can tap and send digital touch messages from. Tap on the “disclosure” arrow on the bottom right.

6. Tap on the video icon on the bottom left, to enable camera.

8. You can now annotate the image using any of the colours available in the palette on the top.

Cool Fact: The annotation on the image animates when the receiver opens the message.

Annotating videos in iMessages is very similar, except that the annotation has to be done while you are recording the video. Read through the steps below to get an idea of how this works:

1. Open “Messages” on your iPhone.

2. Open the conversation where you want to send an annotated Video/Photo.

4. Select the Digital Touch Message button (it’s shaped like a heart).

5. This will open a small screen where you can tap and send digital touch messages from. Tap on the “disclosure” arrow on the bottom right.

6. Tap on the video icon on the bottom left, to enable camera.

7. Tap the record button to start recording a video.

I can’t attach a video clip here, and iMessages doesn’t save the video to Photos, so I can’t really convert it to a GIF either, but here are two successive screenshots that show how the video plays while the annotation animates on it.

3. Add Stickers to Messages Sent/Received Previously

Another really cool change to iMessage that many might not be aware of, is that you can overlay stickers to messages (text, photos etc) that have already been sent. You can also overlay stickers onto received messages. That’s definitely something!

While this might be seen as a novelty feature, it sure could be fun. Warning: in excessive amounts, this feature becomes addictive enough that you will keep doing this on every message, potentially annoying the recipient, while also throwing your productivity at work down a cliff.

Follow the steps below, to try this feature out for yourself:

2. Tap on the gray arrow on the left of the text box.

3. Select the “App Store” icon.

If you don’t already have a stickers pack downloaded on your iPhone, tap on the four ellipses on the bottom left, tap on the plus icon labelled “Store” and download one of the sticker packs.

4. Tap and hold on a sticker and simply drag and drop it on the message that you want to overlay it on.

Bonus: You can add as many stickers onto a single message as you want, until the space on the message bubble runs out.

4. Edit Numbers Before Dialling

One of the most annoying quirks of the phone app on the iPhone, was that while dialling a number, if you made a mistake, you had to delete all the numbers that succeeded it, in order to get to, and replace it. iOS 10 finally fixes this. You can now edit numbers in the dialler in the same way that you can edit text in any text box.

Simply tap and hold on the number, and you will get the familiar lens view, magnifying the text immediately under your finger. Slide your finger left or right to adjust the cursor and edit the phone number, the way you should always have been able to. Finally, thanks Apple.

5. Color Filters in Accessibility

The accessibility tab inside settings finally has Display Accommodations settings that can make it easier for colour blind people to use their iPhones. The colour filters also have a greyscale setting, that I think might save some battery on your iPhone, if you can live with the tradeoff of an absolutely black and white screen on your iPhone.

6. Close all Tabs in Safari

Closing tabs in Safari has always been a pain. Especially if you tend to open an extremely large number of tabs. Swiping them all out can get quickly tedious and boring. However, iOS 10 finally implements a method to close all Safari tabs in just two taps.

2. The context menu that comes up, now has an option to “Close all Tabs“.

7. Export Safari Pages to PDFs

Safari also has a new feature that allows you to quickly export webpages opened in Safari to PDF files, that you can share using any valid sharing method.

1. Open the webpage in Safari.

2. Tap on the Share button.

3. From the options, select “Print”.

4. In the Printer Options page, perform the zoom in gesture using two fingers on the preview of the webpage.

5. Tap on the Share icon in the bottom left.

6. You can now share the PDF directly using any of the available options, or you can save the PDF to iCloud Drive.

SEE ALSO: iOS 10 Vs. iOS 9: What Has Changed?

Here is our video on 7 cool iOS 10 Tricks and hidden features:-

Plenty of Welcome Changes in iOS 10

All in all, I found more than a hundred new features and changes in iOS 10. Needless to say, iOS 10 might just be the biggest (and quite possibly the best) update to iOS in the last few years, when it comes out, this fall. Yes, there are a few design changes that I personally don’t like, but that’s true for any major update to basically any major operating system.

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15 Cool Ios 11 Tricks You Should Know

Apple just released the final version of the company’s iOS 11 mobile operating system to the general public, after being in the beta stage for about 3 months. As long as you have an iOS device that was at least released in late 2013, you’ll be able to update and enjoy using the latest version of the operating system. iOS 11 brings a lot of new features and functionalities to the table, but there are a lot of hidden features and options as well in the latest iOS update. Well, if you’re interested already, let’s take a look at 15 cool iOS 11 tricks you should know:

iOS 11 Tips and Tricks You Should Know

Note: I tried these iOS 11 tricks on my iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 6s but they should work on older iPhones as well as the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X. 

1. Hidden Dark Mode

Dark mode is a feature that has been hugely awaited since the iOS 10.3 update. Although we didn’t exactly get the dark mode that we were looking for, iOS 11 offers the closest experience so far. It’s called “Smart Invert” mode and it can be easily enabled by simply following the steps below:

Once you’re in the Invert Colors menu, you’ll notice the “Smart Invert” toggle that can be used to easily enable/disable the feature. Now, once you scroll through most of the menu sections within iOS, you’ll have a completely dark theme rather than a boring light one.

Although we enjoyed using the “Smart Invert” dark mode, it’s far from perfect due to the fact that pictures, third-party applications and icons appear as if they’re in negative color mode rather than a true dark mode. Hopefully, Apple improves upon this new feature in the near future.

2. Customize Control Center

3. Offload Apps

Offloading is a new feature implemented by Apple to conserve storage space on your iOS devices, especially the ones having a limited space of 64 GB or lower. Well, by offloading an app, users are basically uninstalling an app while keeping all the data intact, so that they can continue from where they left, if they choose to reinstall the app again. In order to offload any app on your iOS device, head over to Settings and simply follow the steps below:

In the next menu, scroll down and choose the particular app that you want to offload, and tap on “Offload App”. Once the device asks you to confirm, tap “Offload App” again.

4. Type to Siri

Siri is the personal voice assistant that’s available across iOS devices. We usually make use of voice commands to ask away all our queries, but with iOS 11, you can type away your queries as well. This is especially useful if you’re in a crowded environment where Siri is not picking up your voice accurately, or if you’re in a situation that you have to remain silent at any cost. Well, first you need to enable the feature within settings. However, it’s worth noting that, as long as you have “Type to Siri” enabled, you won’t be able to control Siri with your voice. Without further ado, simply follow the steps below to enable “Type to Siri”:

Now, simply activate Siri as you normally would, by long-pressing the home button. Well, what are you waiting for? Start typing your queries right away using the onscreen keyboard.

5. Screen Recording

Now, once you bring up the Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of your screen, you’ll notice the “Screen Recording” toggle at the very bottom. You can tap once on it to start recording and tap it again to stop recording your scren. It cannot get any more easier than this.

6. Send Live Photos as GIFs

Once you’ve shot a Live Photo using your iPhone’s camera, head over to the Photos app to view the picture and simply swipe upwards on the screen. A new menu will show up on the screen which can be used to change the effect for the Live Photo that you just shot. Select either “Loop” or “Bounce” as the effect and tap on the “Share” option at the bottom-left of your screen. Now, you’ll be able to choose Apple’s “Mail” app for sharing this Live Photo.

Now, you’ll be taken to the Mail app where you can directly send the Photo as a GIF to the recipient. Users can choose either small file size or the actual size before sending the GIF. If you don’t want to compress the GIF, actual file size will pretty much be the better choice here.

7. Disable High Efficiency Image Format

Apple’s iOS 11 follows a new image compression technique called HEIF (High Efficiency Image Format) and it’s used across all the photos that are captured on your iOS devices powered by the Apple A9 chip or higher. This is done to reduce the size taken up by your photos and conserve the precious non-expandable storage space of your device. Although it’s a welcome feature and the compression technique involves almost no image quality loss at all, there are concerns regarding the compatibility of this file format. Well, third-party applications like Discord doesn’t recognize this relatively new format once the pictures are uploaded, and therefore, they’re rendered as an unknown file, rather than an image file. In order to avoid such compatibility issues, users might be interested in disabling this feature. So, simply follow the steps below to disable HEIF within a matter of seconds:

Choose “Most Compatible” to be the preferred format that should be used by iOS to handle all the photos that are captured using your iOS device. Well, that’s pretty much the whole process. From now on, you don’t even have to worry about image compatibility issues.

8. Scan QR Codes

Once you update your device to iOS 11, you’ll be able to use the default Camera app to scan any QR code that you could possibly come across. There’s no setting that you need to fiddle around with. Simply point the camera at the QR code and let your device do the job for you. The link behind the particular code will be displayed as a banner at the top of your screen.

9. Shut Down iOS Device Without Pressing A Button

As you might all know, almost all the iOS devices have a dedicated sleep/wake button to turn it on and off. However, that’s not the case with the new iPhone X. Although there’s a sleep/wake button to lock and unlock your phone, long pressing the button will activate Siri, rather than giving you the option to turn the device off. Well, there’s nothing much to worry about, as you’ll be able to make use of this trick to turn it off. It’s also pretty useful if you managed to damage the power button and it’s no longer functioning.

10. Scan Documents in Notes

Ever wanted to convert your physical documents into a digital one, without having to spend a chunk of cash on a dedicated scanner? Well, from now on with iOS 11, you’ll be able to do just that. The stock Notes app on your iOS device will be able to scan and save your documents easily. Simply follow the steps below to get this done in a jiffy:

Open the “Notes” app and tap on “Create Note” icon which is indicated by a pen and paper at the bottom-right of your screen. In the next menu, tap on the “+” icon located right above your keyboard.

The scanned document will look quite similar to the one shown below. As you can see, iOS 11 did a fairly good job in the scanning process. If you’re not satisfied with the results, you can choose to retake the scan and position your camera perfectly.

11. Annotate Screenshots

Almost every smartphone today can take screenshots, but marking them up is still a tedious process. Well, with iOS 11, users will be able to markup their screenshots immediately after they take it. All you need to do is, simply take a screenshot as usual and tap on the screenshot preview that appears for a few seconds at the bottom-left corner of the screen. Now, you’ll be able to markup your screenshots and tap on “Done” to save the edited screenshot.

12. Persistent Notifications

Apple’s interactive banner-style notifications on iOS are quite impressive to say the least. They least just long enough to read the whole notification and automatically disappears. However, not everyone is fast enough in reading and therefore, the temporary banner might just not make the cut for them. Well, once you’ve updated to iOS 11, you’ll be able to switch between Temporary and Persistent banner notifications for each app individually.

13. Share Screenshots Quickly

People usually take screenshots on their smartphones to share it with others, but who wants to deal with the hassle of getting inside the Photos app just to share the particular screenshot? Well, with iOS 11, users will be able to share their screenshots immediately after they take it. This can be done by long-pressing on the screenshot preview that appears for a few seconds at the bottom-left corner of the screen. iOS will now display all the supported applications that it can share your screenshot to. The process of taking and sharing screenshots, just got a lot more easier and faster.

14. One-Handed Keyboard

If you’re using the Plus variant of an iPhone, and if you have really tiny hands, you’ll probably be using both of your hands all the time for typing. What if you want to text while you’re eating or drinking and one of your hands isn’t clean? Well, just make use of one-handed keyboard, a nifty feature that comes with the iOS 11 update.

15. Save Webpages As PDF

Ever wanted to save online webpages for offline reading and sharing at a later time? Apple lets you do just that with iOS 11. Once you update to the latest version of the operating system, you’ll be able to quickly create a PDF out of any webpage. In order to do this, tap on the “Share” icon located at the bottom of the Safari browser and choose the option “Create PDF”. Once done, you can just tap on “Done” to save the PDF file for later use.

Bonus: Siri Tricks

Apple’s personal voice assistant that’s baked into iOS just got a lot smarter with the latest version of the operating system. You can now ask Siri to translate English into various languages including Mandarin, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. However, the assistant still can’t translate it the other way around. Hopefully, that gets implemented by the Cupertino-based company in the near future.

SEE MORE: 20 Cool iOS 11 Features You Should Know About

Enhance Your iOS Experience With These iOS 11 Tricks

12 Cool Uber Tricks You Should Try

1. Know Your Rating in Uber

If you’ve ever used Uber in your life, you already know that all riders get to rate their drivers based on their experience. However, not everyone knows that the drivers also get to rate the rider. While drivers are booted off the platform if their ratings fall below a particular threshold that varies from city to city and country to country, riders can also be blocked temporarily or even permanently based on their ratings if the company feels that their business is just not worth the trouble for its ‘driver-partners’. That being the case, it pays to know how you are being perceived by your drivers, and the best yardstick for that is the rating you’re getting from them.

So how to know your Uber rating? Earlier, you had to go deep into the Settings menu in the Uber app and then send a request to the Uber servers to know your rating, but the whole process has now been considerably simplified. All you now have to do is just tap on the little ‘Hamburger Menu’ (three little lines) on the top left-hand side of your Uber app, and you’ll get to see your rating front and center in the slide-out panel, as highlighted in the image below.

2. Book Ride For Someone Else

This is a relatively new feature that Uber officially rolled out a few weeks ago. Although technically you could always book cabs for someone else, it required you to play around a bit with the app and circumvent a few restrictions that are put up by the company to prevent abuse, but now, the process has just gotten a whole lot simpler. Once you ensure that you’re indeed running the latest version of Uber, there are two ways you can go about booking a ride for someone else, depending on whether you have that person’s contact number in your phone or not.

Once Uber detects that your current location is not the pickup point you’ve filled in, it will ask you if the ride’s for you or someone else. Just pick “Someone Else”, and from the resultant page, navigate to the name/contact number of the person who will be taking this ride.

As far as the payment is concerned, the eventual passenger can pay by cash in India and other countries where cash is accepted as a mode of payment, but in the U.S., for instance, the person booking the cab will need to pay it with the card they registered with Uber.

3. Edit Pickup Location

Uber lets you alter your pickup location after your booking’s been confirmed, but it does come with quite a few pre-conditions. Firstly, you’re only allowed to do it once for each trip, so make sure you input the right location while editing. Secondly, once an Uber driver accepts your booking, you can only alter your location within a small radius of your initially-requested pickup-point, and not a whole new location across town. Finally, the feature is not available on UberPool, so if you have booked a shared cab, you’ll need to rush to your scheduled pickup-point if you’re not already there.

Now that you know the limitations of this feature, let’s jump right into how you can actually alter your pickup point. Once you’ve booked an Uber, you’ll see an ‘Edit’ button next to your pickup location. Tap on that, and you’ll get a little grey circle around your initially-requested pickup-point. You can now proceed to type in a new address or drag the pin over to the location you want your cab to arrive at. In each case, though, the new location needs to be within that grey circle for your request to be accepted. Once you’re done choosing the new location, you can just tap on “Confirm” to complete your request.

4. Change Final Destination / Enter Multiple Destinations

You can also use this trick to schedule multiple stops with your Uber in case you want to pick someone up or drop somebody off before reaching your eventual destination. To do that, just put in your first destination to book your ride as usual. Once you’ve reached that location, you can just update your eventual destination in the same way as described in the last paragraph.

5. Save Frequent Locations

Tired of typing in the same address time and time again in your Uber app while booking your ride? Uber’s got a pretty simple solution for you. While you could always save up to two addresses as ‘Work’ and ‘Home’, the company, only recently, rolled out an upgraded ‘Saved Places’ feature that allows users to save multiple locations instead of two. The new version of Saved Places was just rolled out in countries like the U.S. and India a few weeks ago and will be available worldwide by the end of this year, if a post on the company’s official blog is anything to go by.

6. Schedule A Ride In Advance

Depending on where you are, you should be able to schedule your ride with UberGo, UberX, UberXL, or any other tier that Uber offers in your area except for UberPool.

7. Share ETA And Trip Status With Friends

Uber allows you to send your trip status and location details to people in your contact list, provided, you’ve given it the necessarily permissions. You can either use this feature to reassure your loved ones about your safety, or to let your boss see for themselves that you’re really stuck in traffic, and not making excuses for showing up late at work. Once your ride starts, you can share your location and ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) with people of your choosing by tapping on the ‘Share ETA’ button and selecting your contacts as shown in the image below.

Uber will send them a link to your live trip-map via a standard text message, and they will be able to follow your ride until you reach your destination, irrespective of whether they have Uber installed on their device or not.

8. Unlock Custom Snapchat Filters with ETA Info

Uber introduced a new feature late last year that allows riders to unlock custom filters on Snapchat. What’s really cool is that these filters come with ETA info, so you can just Snap your ETA to your loved ones in a fun way, rather than using the usual messaging service. If you’re an existing Snapchat user, you’ll see the Snapchat card in your ride feed at the bottom of the screen once you start your ride. You can then tap on the card and choose the filter you want, before taking a selfie and right-swiping on the image to send it to the contacts of your choice.

9. Split Fare With Friends

The option to split fares is available in most countries Uber operates in, and is applicable to all of Uber’s services, including UberPool, but your friends will need to accept your offer to split the fare before the end of the trip, failing which, you’ll have to make the payment from your own pocket. Of course, this only applies if you are paying by cards or e-wallets, so if you’re using cash to pay for Uber, you’ll still need to take your calculator out to to split the cost the old-fashioned way.

10. Share Invite Code For Discounts And Free Rides

Uber offers a nice little incentive to its existing users to be its flagbearers and brand ambassadors. Once you sign up and start riding with Uber, you’ll get your very own unique invite quote that you can then send to your friends, family, co-workers, acquaintances and just about anybody you think might be interested in signing up for the service. Once they sign up with your unique code, both you and the new registrant will receive discounts on your next ride(s).

11. Customize Your Invite Code

12. Listen To Spotify and Pandora During Your Trip (iOS only, unavailable in India):

While the 10 tips and tricks listed above are applicable irrespective of whether you use Android or iOS, the Spotify / Pandora integration is only accessible via the iOS app as of now, with no word on when the feature might arrive on Android. What’s more, your driver also needs to have enabled this feature through his app for you to be able to listen to your chosen music during your trip, but once those conditions are met, you’ll see the Pandora music card in your trip feed. You can then tap on the ‘Play Your Own Music’ option to either sign up for or log into a Spotify Premium account. Once you’re signed in, you can choose songs, stations or previously-curated playlists to play during your trip. Goes without saying that this feature won’t be available in places like India where neither Spotify nor Pandora is officially available.

SEE ALSO: 12 Ride Hailing Apps Like Uber Across the World

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Ios 15: Here’s Everything New In Facetime

FaceTime is one of the key apps receiving a lot of love from Apple in iOS 15. With the new operating system now available for iPhone users, people are able to join the conversation with friends on Android and Windows, and so much more. Here’s everything new in FaceTime.

With iOS 15, FaceTime received Spatial audio support. In fact, this technology received lots of attention from Apple. With Apple Music, for example, the company is focusing more on Dolby Atmos with Spatial audio rather than Lossless audio quality.

With Spatial Audio on FaceTime, Apple says it creates a “sound field that helps conversations flow as easily as they do face to face.” Unfortunately, this feature is only available on iPhones with the A12 Bionic or later, as known as iPhone XR/XS or later.

Another function only available for these newer iPhones is Portrait mode in calls. With this on, you can blur your background and put the focus on yourself. It works exactly as it does on the Camera app.

Two features I enjoyed trying were Voice Isolation mode and Wide Spectrum mode. Both of these features work similarly to Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency Mode on the AirPods Pro or AirPods Max.

With the first one active, it really isolates your voice from all the other noises, while in the Wide Spectrum mode, you can hear literally anything that’s happening in your friend’s surroundings.

In iOS 15, FaceTime is also receiving the Grid view feature. When in a Group FaceTime call, the user can put all people in the conversation in the same-size tiles. The current speaker will be highlighted so it’s easy to know who’s talking. Grid view enables you to see up to six faces in the grid at a time.

FaceTime link is another groundbreaking feature. You can use it to invite friends into a FaceTime call with a web link. Also, there’s Join FaceTime on the web, so friends who don’t have an Apple device can join on the web for one-on-one and Group FaceTime calls right from their browser instantly, with no login necessary.

Here’s what else coming to FaceTime on iOS 15:

Mute alerts: When you speak and your mic is muted, the iPhone will warn you and you’ll be able to tap the alert to quickly unmute and make sure your voice is heard.

Zoom: It’s possible to use optical zoom control for the back camera for the first time.

SharePlay is a new experience coming to FaceTime with iOS 15.1

Delayed from the iOS 15 release, Apple is working to launch SharePlay with iOS 15.1. This feature will let users watch TV shows, listen to songs, and more together. Here’s everything coming with the SharePlay feature:

Watch together: Bring TV shows and movies to your FaceTime call

Listen together: Share music with friends

Shared music queue: When listening together, anyone in the call can add songs to the shared queue

Share your screen: Bring web pages, app, and more into your conversation

Synced playback: Pause, rewind, fast-forward, or jump to a different scene while in perfect sync with everyone else

Smart volume: Dynamically responsive volume controls automatically adjust audio so you can hear your friends even during a loud scene or climactic chorus

Multiple device support: Connect over FaceTime on the iPhone while watching video on the Apple TV or listening to music on the HomePod

Connect through audio, video, and text: Access the group’s Message thread right from the FaceTime controls and choose the mode of communication that matches the moment

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FIX: Err_ssl_protocol_error in Windows PC Solve this stubborn issue in just a few steps by following our guide




The err_ssl_protocol_error is a standard error encountered by Google Chrome users when browsing on the web. 

Having an issue like this involves updating your browser, or replacing it with a more functional one. 

Even though an error like this can be resolved easily without much effort, you need to follow certain steps to get it done permanently. 

We provided direction guides down below for anyone who needs support regarding SSL protocol error, so you can proceed fast.



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Download Fortect and install it on your PC.

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Many Windows 10, and Windows 8.1 users have stumbled upon the error code err_ssl_protocol_error while trying to access specific websites on Google Chrome.

We will see what version of Google Chrome your need to update to in order to fix code err_ssl_protocol_error on Chrome Windows 10 once and for all.

How can I fix err_ssl_protocol_error on Windows PC? 1. Update your Chrome browser


The version of Google Chrome you need to download is 5.0.342.9 or the latest one you can find on their website

After you downloaded the new version of the Google Chrome application you will need to install it by following the instructions on the screen.

Close all Google Chrome windows you have opened.

Reboot your Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 device.

Try opening the Google Chrome application after the operating system is up and running.

Now you should have everything working without having to deal with the error code “err_ssl_protocol_error” anymore.

2. Disable Chrome QUIC Protocol

Many users confirmed that turning off the Chrome QUIC Protocol help them fix the problem. Here are the steps to follow:

Enter the following command in a new browser tab:  chrome://flags/#enable-quic

Now, use the drop-down menu to disable the feature, as shown in the screenshot below

3. Disable Chrome extensions

Follow the next steps to disable your Chrome extensions:

In rare cases, Chrome extensions may trigger the annoying Err_ssl_protocol_error. To rule out this possible reason off your list, go ahead and disable all your browser extensions and test if the error persists.

If this is not the case, this means that one of your browser extensions is the culprit. Enable your browser extensions one by one in order to identify and uninstall the faulty extensions.

4. Clear SSL State

Clearing your SSL State is one of the quickest ways to fix your browser issues. These are the steps to follow:

5. Try an alternative browser

You can as well consider an alternative browser to fix this kind of error. Opera is a better solution to avoid this issue, plus upgrading your internet speed and capabilities.

Plus, it provides connectivity between your devices to transfer files quickly.

More importantly, you can get built-in features right in your browser and thus don’t have to download other extensions or add-ons that may cause err_ssl_protocol_error on Chrome Windows 10.

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7 Tips And Tricks To Master Your Apple Watch

The Apple Watch brings a ton of functionality to your wrist, including fitness tracking, messages, reminders, and playback control.

There’s actually so much to explore on an Apple Watch that you might not have gotten around to finding out about everything that it can do. And it would be a shame if you were only using a fraction of the features that the gadget offers.

1. Translate between languages

Your Apple Watch is multilingual, and can help you figure out the foreign phrase you need. It comes handy when you’re traveling or trying to communicate whenever you can’t use English.

Say “Hey Siri” (or tap and hold down the digital crown), and ask “How do you say… in…”. You’ll need to fill in the gaps both for the phrase you want to translate, and the language you want it translating into. Note that you’ll need a data connection (either direct from the Apple Watch or via your iPhone) for this to work.

Your Apple Watch will audibly announce the translation and put it on screen for you.

2. Use your watch as a bedside clock

Your Apple Watch can double up as a smart bedside clock. Enable it on the wearable by opening Settings, then tapping General. There, turn on the toggle switch next to Bedside Mode.

When Beside Mode is on, you can connect your Apple Watch to the charger and it will display the time, date, and any alarms you’ve set. If there is an alarm set, the display will start to gently brighten as the designated time gets closer.

3. Find your iPhone

This is a simple but really useful trick you might not know about—you can use your Apple Watch to locate a misplaced iPhone by getting it to emit a noise.

Swipe up from the watch face on your wearable, then tap the icon that looks like an iPhone with some soundwaves around it. If your iPhone is in range (of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi), it’ll make a brief pinging sound you can follow, even if it’s in silent mode.

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Press and hold the same button on your Apple Watch, and in addition to the audible sound, your iPhone will also flash the LED light by its rear camera—which should help you find it more quickly, especially in the dark.

4. Transfer shortcuts from your iPhone

The Shortcuts app that comes preinstalled with iOS lets you set up all kinds of combinations of actions on your iPhone, via Siri. For example, you might say “Hey Siri, I’m home” to put your phone on mute, turn on your smart lights, and start your home music playlist. You might also want to set up a shortcut that gives you an estimated time of arrival at home with a tap on your wrist.

There are plenty of possibilities with these routines and you can access them from your Apple Watch, too. Open the Shortcuts app on your iPhone, tap the three dots on one of your existing shortcuts, then the sliders icon (top right), then Show on Apple Watch (if the option doesn’t appear, that specific shortcut can’t be launched from the smartwatch).

 To see the shortcuts on your wearable, just open the Shortcuts app for the Apple Watch.

5. Turn off distractions during exercise

You don’t necessarily want any pings or buzzes distracting you while you’re working out, and Apple has thought about this. The Apple Watch can turn its Do Not Disturb mode on automatically, when it senses that you’re in the middle of exercising.

From the Settings app on your Apple Watch, tap Do Not Disturb to turn the Workout Do Not Disturb toggle switch on and off. The same option is available under General and Do Not Disturb in the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, along with an extra Mirror iPhone setting. If you turn this on, the Do Not Disturb state of your watch is mirrored on your phone, and vice versa.

6. Measure noise levels

Are you being exposed to noise levels that aren’t healthy for you? The Noise app on the Apple Watch has you covered, and you can launch it from the main app panel—it’s the one that is the shape of an ear on a yellow background.

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If you open Settings on the Apple Watch and then choose Noise, you can get notifications on your wrist when you’re in an environment where the noise level has gone above a certain number of decibels.

7. Share watch faces

You can’t exactly create your own watch faces on the Apple Watch, but you can pick one of the designs that Apple provides and customize it with your own complications, also known as those little widgets that show at-a-glance information.

If you’re happy with your watch face and the complications combo you’ve come up with, you can share it with other people.

Get the face you want to share on the screen of your Apple Watch, then tap and hold on it, and tap the share button (the arrow pointing up out of a rectangle). You can send it directly to a contact by picking their name in your address book, and add a message if you like.

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