Going bar hopping tonight? Or perhaps you're scaling that awesome hill a few miles away from home? Let your friends know what you're up to with the location services in Google Maps. You can share your location with anyone via text message or email, and you can push the location straight through to your car's GPS. iPod touch and iPad users can do the same. Read on to find out how.
Did you know you can send SMS text messages with AIM? Just type in your friend’s phone number with +1 at the beginning. It’s a great way to send a text message from an iPad or iPod touch without needing a dedicated texting app.
Waiting for an important text message? Now you'll get two vibrations instead of one for SMS messages. Now you'll know the difference between an email and text while your iPhone is in your pocket. Thanks Benjamin Mayo for the tip.
If you’re not a frequent user of text messaging with AT&T, you might be in for a shock next week -- the carrier looks to be consolidating their text message plans, eliminating the low and high ends and meeting somewhere in the middle.
The heavens parted and the gods smiled upon tech fans this Tuesday, November 16. No, we’re not talking about The Beatles finally landing on iTunes (although that was also pretty cool) -- Apple has finally blessed the official Google Voice app for the iPhone, and you can download it for free right now.
Text messaging power users, your day just got better! We've got a ton of exciting tutorials on how to get the most out of that simple messaging app on your iPhone. Today's tips teach you how to see more of your messaging history, follow along with the message's current character count and insert a subject line. We'll also show you the proper way to enter phone numbers in a message recipient list.
With the iPhone 4 launch only a few days away, Apple has released iOS 4.0 (aka iPhone os 4.0) to the masses. Now that we have the latest iOS on our fancy Apple devices, we decided to highlight some of the great new features and give you a some tips on how to fully utilize the OS.
It was packed with tons of stuff, but you can't please everyone.
Probably the number one let-down when the iPad was at long last revealed
was the fact that there was no camera, despite numerous rumors that
there would be.
Whether Apple pulled the camera idea at the last minute or whether they
plan on adding it at some point or whether there's the potential for
some kind of peripheral that brings video camera to the iPad, one thing
is certain. Camera support is built in to the OS.