WonderHowTo 5 April 2018

The Easiest Way to Share a Wi-Fi Password from Your iPhone to an Android Device

An awesome new feature appeared in iOS 11 that lets you easily share your Wi-Fi password to anyone else with iOS 11 or higher just by tapping "Share Password" on your iPhone when they try to connect to the same network. However, if your friend is using Android or another mobile OS, this feature doesn't help at all — but there's still an easier way than dealing with long, complicated passwords. With a simple app, you can make a QR code that your guests can scan with their smartphone to connect to your Wi-Fi network. The whole process is automatic — once they scan the code, they'll be able to... more

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Hacking WhatsApp: How to Schedule Messages to Send Automatically

Great ideas often strike at random times, but messaging friends and loved ones at an inopportune hour not only risks their wrath, but also increases the chances of your message not being paid proper attention to. Thankfully, there's an app that lets you create and post WhatsApp messages at the time you wish for maximum effect. SKEDit is an Android app that lets you schedule posts on both WhatsApp Business and WhatsApp itself, providing a handy way of relaying messages to friends and colleagues at the most convenient times. The app is also perfect for greeting people on their birthdays... more

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Snapchat 101: How to Share Custom Lenses & Filters with Friends That Won't Disappear

In late-2017, Snapchat debuted Lens Studio, a way for anyone to create their own augmented reality "world lenses" that can be shared to anyone with a Snapchat account. If you don't mind spending money, you can even create custom face lenses and basic overlay filters for special events. And while making lenses and filters have gotten pretty easy, distributing them is another matter entirely. Each lens and filter that users make automatically get their own Snapcode, a QR code-like image that other Snapchat users can scan to unlock the lens or filter. Whether you made your own lens or filter or... more

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