Do you want to keep a copy of all the reminders in a list as a PDF file? Perhaps, you want to share a soft copy of your shopping list with your roommate who doesn’t use an Apple device? Thanks to a recent addition, you can finally save reminders lists as PDF files easily from … Read More
The iPad is a tablet computer from Apple that runs the iOS mobile operating system. Similar in functionality to the iPhone, the iPads purpose is often quite different, sometimes even serving as a general desktop computer replacement.
If you use Firefox or Opera web browsers on iPhone or iPad, perhaps even as your default browser, you may eventually want to clear the cookies. Fortunately, the procedure is pretty simple for both Firefox and Opera browsers in iOS and iPadOS.
Have you ever wanted to check how long it’d take for your iPhone or iPad to charge completely? Maybe, you don’t like to frequently check how much your device has charged? Well, this particular iOS shortcut intends to do just that. It’s pretty simple to set up and use on your device.
Apple has released iOS 15.2 for iPhone, and iPadOS 15.2 for iPad. iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 adds an App Privacy Support feature to show what data apps can access and share, new child safety features for Messages, and support for a voice-only Apple Music plan. iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 also include various bug … Read More
Do you have multiple kids in your Family Sharing group? If you’re sharing your payment method with members of your family group, you may want to use “Ask to Buy” to keep all those purchases in check, and to make sure your children aren’t buying anything without your permission.
Occasionally, Mail app users on iPhone and iPad may try to open an email and encounter an error message in the email subject that says “This message has not been downloaded from the server.” The Mail app does not provide any means to download the email message from the server, leaving it up to the … Read More
Do you take a lot of Portrait mode shots using your iPhone or iPad? If so, you may be interested in manually adjusting the level of background blur or bokeh effect according to your liking. Apple allows you to do it during post-processing and it’s actually pretty easy to learn.
Ever wondered how you could mute and unmute an entire Zoom meeting, not only yourself? Want to know how to mute and unmute just yourself and your own microphone in Zoom? If you use Zoom with an iPhone, iPad, or Android, then you’ll find that knowing how to mute and unmute yourself, as well as … Read More
Have you ever wished to use a different music app other than Apple Music for your Siri song requests? In that case, you’re in for a treat because you can now set the default music app that’ll be preferred by your iPhone and iPad for music searches. It’s actually very simple to set up.
Have you ever wanted to check the kind of personal data that’s collected by a particular app during usage? Specifically, the data that’s used to track you or link to your identity? Apple makes it easy and straightforward for its users, putting people’s privacy at the forefront.
Sometimes emails include formatting and images to make an email look better or more presentable, like an email newsletter. But did you know that some of those remotely loaded images can also serve as trackers that let the sender know the email was opened? If you were not aware of this, you’re certainly not alone. … Read More
Are you getting unwanted pop-ups asking about tracking when you open apps after updating to modern iOS and iPadOS versions? While this is normal and intentional, it can also be kind fo annoying. The good news is that these tracking request pop-ups show up just once and you can block them permanently too, if desired.
Have you ever wanted an easy way to view all the web links your contacts share with you on iMessage? In that case, you have every reason to be excited about the new Shared With You feature that iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 brings to the table.
Are you trying to add a public calendar to the Calendar app on your iPhone and iPad? Subscribing to public calendars is not as straightforward as you might expect, and you’ll have to fiddle around with the Calendar settings on your device to be able to do this. This article will review how this process … Read More
Did you know you can use an iPhone as a webcam for a Mac or Windows PC? If you don’t have a webcam to use for online meetings, classrooms, and gatherings, or find the quality is too low to be usable, that’s no big deal, you can use your iPhone (or iPad) for this purpose … Read More
If you use Zoom on an iPad, and you use a keyboard case or external keyboard with your iPad, then you might appreciate learning some useful keyboard shortcuts for Zoom on iPad. With keyboard shortcuts, you’ll be able to mute and unmute your microphone, start and stop your video, hide and show the chat window … Read More
Many iPhone and iPad users have discovered Screen Time is reporting incorrect time estimates for apps and webpages, sometimes showing numbers that are considerably wrong. Often the incorrect Screen Time reports will be calculated as many hours for websites or web pages that may be opened as a tab in Safari or from another app, … Read More
Looking to use a different two-factor authentication app instead of Google Authenticator? You can try out Authy, a similar app which in certain ways may even be better than Google’s offering. You may be wondering how you can add your 2FA accounts to Authy on your iPhone, and that’s what we’ll be discussing here.