In iOS, every function is accomplished with the use of an app. There are native apps that are included with iOS, apps that Apple makes available to you to add more function, and there are also third-party apps that are available. In this article, we will show you how to install and uninstall apps as well as organizing them.
Articles by Laura Tucker
There is so much information and instruction packed into the General Settings in iOS that it’s really not so general. If you’re looking for more minor general settings, such as how to update your software, or how to find out your serial number, this is the place to go.
The Settings in your iOS device is one important place where you will spend most of your time on configuring the phone. Continuing our series of the beginner guide to iOS, we will show you how to master the Settings in your iOS devices.
Grammarly Is a great web app to proofread, check grammar mistakes and plagiarism, but is it worth the steep subscription fee? Let find out.
Navigating around in iOS device is a very easy thing, unless you choose to make it difficult. Continuing our series of the beginner guide to iOS, we will show you how to navigate around in your iOS devices.
Have you ever thought of turning your photos stream into interesting music videos to share with your family and friends? It used to be a complicated task involving expensive software and plenty of time. but in iOS, you can now do it easily and effortlessly. Here is how you can turn your photos into music videos in iOS.
It is your first time owning an iOS device and you have no idea how to set it up. Don’t worry, this tutorial will guide you through the iOS setting up process.
I’m a fan of productivity apps and am always downloading note-taking and writing apps. Yet, when it comes to push and shove, I always end up resorting to my tried and true apps of Pages and AwesomeNote for writing on the iPad. Werdsmith is a writing app for iOS that promises to both track your ideas and help you write as you follow your project from start to finish. Does it deliver? Yes, of course.
While you’re sleeping, the last thing you want is request from friends to play Farmvillle with them. This is where the “Do Not Disturb” features in iOS 6 comes in handy.
Sometimes, issues show up in your iPhone and can lead to frustration and annoyance. Here’s a list of steps to go through to troubleshoot your iOS 6 device and get rid of the issues.
Losing your iPhone is more than just losing a hardware device, it also means all your data, contacts, message etc are lost as well. Luckily, there are plenty of ways you can use to find your lost iPhone. Check them out.
There are many language translation apps out there, as well as several websites that will do the same, but none of them take advantage of what the iPhone has to offer quite like Languages does. It makes the best of iOS to the point of it even looking like a native iOS app.
Without surprise, more business meetings nowadays are conducted over the Web than in persons, and many software has spruce up to fulfill that needs. AnyWhere Pad is one useful where you can conduct meetings and collaborate with others right in your mobile devices. Check it out here.
Sometimes, you just want to find an alternative website for one of your favorites. Perhaps you want to get a different viewpoint or perspective, or your favorite website may have gone down and isn’t currently working. You can always search via Google, but an easier method is to websiteslike to find website alternatives.
The passbook app in iOS is useful only if you make good use of it. Here is how you can add apps to the passbook and fully utilize its functionality.
iOS 6 now has several different vibrations and also allows you to create your own vibration that helps you identify why your phone is going off and if it’s important enough for you to leave the meeting, church, class, etc. Here is how you can create your own vibration in iOS 6
Collaboration can be difficult sometimes, especially if you are dealing with visual. Marqueed make the process easy for everyone, whether you’re using Mac, PC, or an iOS device.
If you have noticed, iOS 6 removed the YouTube app and doesn’t provide any replacement. Here’s how you can get your YouTube back and watch video on your iOS devices.
It’s no secret that the new Maps app in the iOS 6 is not up to par. While you can’t get the old app back, you can emulate it via your browser or use some of the third-party maps apps. Here’s the fix.
If you’re handling a presentation or just lounging at home watching a movie or listening to some music, it’s not always the most convenient to get up and walk over to your computer to change the station, the volume, click to the next slide, etc. It would be nice to have a little remote, wouldn’t it?