Files supported by Android

Android

There are a few ongoing battles in the world of (digital) media. In the gaming world, there had been Sega vs. Nintendo, and now it’s PlayStation vs XBox. Which is better? Which features the better games, the better graphics? Which is more user friendly? Which has the better price? And so on, and so on… Both sides always come up with striking arguments why to buy the PlayStation 4 or the XBox One, and at

Native Apple (Mac) Files

Native Apple (Mac) Files

Users of Apple devices like Mac desktop computers, MacBooks, iPhones, or iPads are already familiar with them: the native Apple Inc. file formats. Users of other platforms and operating systems like Windows and Linux however can face difficulties with those formats because they, sometimes, have never heard of them. This could become a problem for Apple users as well when they try to send assignments, essays or other documents, videos, or audio files from their