This week's tips take a look at putting Safari to work for you using that apps Autofill feature, using Genius as a smart way to get new app recommendations, customizing your app settings, and finally you'll learn how to shake your mistakes away or bring them back if you change your mind.
This week's tips show you how to export and share your Contacts with your friends, batch upload photos to your Facebook page using a free app and different ways to peruse and organize your apps in iTunes. Plus, an updated tip on securing your iOS devices with a passcode.
This weeks tips focus on reseting your iOS User Dictionary (which we recommend you try after getting used to the iOS virtual keyboard), renaming iOS folders instead of accepting the default name that iOS creates, using the focusing feature on the camera included in most last model iOS devices to take better photos and videos, and a way to get more out of your Google mail, contacts and calendar by setting up your Gmail access using Exchange ActiveSync versus IMAP.
Having some trouble with your iOS device showing up in iTunes? This week, we'll help you fix that. We'll also look at alternatives to the short sync and docking cable that Apple supplies with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and we'll wrap things up with a tip on how to add the amusing Emoji icons to your text messaging.
A lot of people sleep with their iPhone by their bedsides, since an iPhone makes a great alarm clock. However, sometimes the incessant email alerts, push notifications, SMS alerts, and phone calls can keep us from actually drifting into a sweet, sweet slumber. In this week's tips, we'll show you how to silence those notifications, as well as show you how to monitor your data usage, monitor the memory on your iOS devices and walk you through the difference between deleting and archiving your Gmail inbox.
A little known fact about the Mac OS X Preview application is that you can use it to import photos and movies from your iOS devices to any place you choose that is accessible to Finder. Preview's usefulness doesn't stop there and this weeks tips will show you how to get the most of of this hidden Mac OS X gem.
Mail is an unruly little app. With this week's tips, we'll teach you how to grab it by the reigns and tame the default Mail app on your iOS device. Read on to find out how to keep image attachments from automatically downloading to your phone, read email more effectively with your two hands (yes, both!), and manage links sent to you in an email. We'll even show you how to handle email attachments.
This week's tips help you take the reigns of your mobile Mail app. We'll show you how to use the email headers to manage old and new contacts, how to save images sent to you in an email to your Photo Album and how to print emails and their attachments.
Safari's crazy-go-nuts default search features are supreme, and a must for utilizing if you want to get the most out of the mobile browser when you're on the go. This week, we'll show you how to change default search engine, find words and phrases on a website, share your contacts via e-mail, and enable threads to make reading e-mail conversations easier to follow.
This week, we'll show you how to figure out what to do if your iOS devices won't backup in iTunes. We'll also show you how to prevent your children from installing or deleting apps, making in-app purchases, and log out of your own App Store account on your iOS devices.