Your iPhone will track locations that you visit frequently as a way to provide up-to-date location-based services. If you value privacy over location-predicted data, here’s how you can disable it.
Sometimes you might find your iPhone hot to the touch. Here are some of the causes for an iPhone overheating and how you can bring it down to optimum operating temperature.
Many have adopted audio books over recent years. For iOS users, here are some of the best free text to speech apps for iOS that are available for download.
When your iPhone starts randomly shutting down, it is best to run diagnostics to see if your battery needs replacing. Here’s how to run iPhone battery diagnostics on Mac.
Thanks to a new feature in iOS 10, you can now find where you parked your car with your iPhone. Here’s how the “Find Parked Car” feature works in iOS 10.
We now have more options than just iTunes for file transfer to an iPhone or other iOS device. One option, AnyTrans from iMobie, is a sort of Swiss army knife app for iOS.
Switching phones within the Android or iOS ecosystem isn’t too hard these days. Here’s how you can easily switch from iOS to Android using the Google drive app.
With the new split-screen view feature in iOS 9, the iPad has become a great productivity tool. Here’s how to enable the multi-tasking features in iPad.
Mobile Safari in iOS 10 provides top-notch web surfing for the iPhone. Find out some of its new features and tips to troubleshoot its performance issue.
Recent generations of the iPhone have been praised for the sheer quality of video. Combined with these apps, you can now shoot video on your iPhone like a DSLR.
Super Mario Run will be releasing on iOS on Dec 15th 2016. Let’s take a look at what is included and what you need to know about playing Super Mario Run.
If you’ve forgotten your iPhone passcode, a few simple tricks and preventative steps will help you recover your data and save a million dollars along the way.
iOS 9.3 comes with a “Duplicate” feature in the Photo app. Here is how you can easily duplicate photos or videos in iOS.
The iPhone 7 has new features that make the process of using the phone a bit more involved. Here are 5 tips for iPhone 7 to help you get the most out of your new device!
If you find that you’re running out of things to stream, here are 4 iOS apps to expand your streaming potential for your favorite shows, music and TV series.
Have you ever fallen for a prank that you really shouldn’t have? Let’s take a look at five of the harshest examples that left users with an expensive brick.
iPhone 6/6S users don’t have to be sad over the improved camera in iPhone 7. Here are 5 useful camera features in iPhone 6 that you might have overlooked that make your phone still one of the best.
Celebrities create iOS apps all the time, but they’re not necessarily worth using. Here are a few celebrity apps that are actually fun and useful!
To transfer files from your iPhone and PC, you will need iTunes, or WinX MediaTrans. Check out how it helps you to transfer files easily from iOS to PC.
Finally ready to abandon your parents’ basement? These iOS apps will help you to move out and survive life on your own. You may even learn to feed yourself!
Here is what you can do when you lose your iPhone and don’t have or can’t recall your Apple ID or password.
Currently, there isn’t an option to play Pokemon Go in Landscape Mode on your iPhone. However, this quick tip uses a workaround to change that.
Polymail is a great email client for Mac and iOS. It has unique features like tracking, scheduling, snoozing, send cancellation and one-click unsubscribe. Check it out.
DeskConnect is an app that lets you send files between Mac and iOS devices. From text to clipboard contents to websites links to map locations to documents, it has you covered.
Looking for a quick and easy way to organize your email on your iOS device? Morning Mail will help you to reach zero inbox with just a few swipes.
If you’re using the Apple Notes app, you may want to protect your info from prying eyes. Here’s how to lock Apple notes with Touch ID and a password.
Wondering how to do CTRL + F on an iOS device? Here’s how you can find any word in a web page in Safari for iOS 9.
If you’ve been looking for a way to exercise and get healthy, even on the go, you’ll love the Zova app. It’s a beautiful personal trainer for iOS.
By default, you cannot delete all of the photos on your iPhone at once. This tutorial will show you how to delete photos on your iPhone using your Mac.
Looking for a fun reminder and to-do app for both Mac and iOS? Meet Doo, an app that aims to make productivity fun for its users.
Having trouble figuring out how to upload an image into WordPress on an iPad while keeping the name and size? It’s easy using these apps.
Dirt meets data with Gro: an iOS app for smart gardening. It knows what to grow in your yard and helps you along the way. Check it out.
Adding custom graphics to your iPhone isn’t as easy as you may think. Here’s how to make the perfect custom wallpaper to match the lock screen and icons on an iPhone or iPad.
Tired of using the same old music clips as ringtones? Why not create your own? Here are some great ideas for creating your own unique custom ringtones.
We’ve just lost the popular Mailbox email app thanks to Dropbox shutting it down. If you were a user, here are several Mailbox alternatives for iOS that you can try.
If you have several calendars for different purposes, you may want to set one of them as the default calendar. Here’s how to set the default calendar in OS X and iOS.
Troubleshooting an errant iDevice is easier when you know exactly what to do. Here are the 9 most common iOS 9 problems and their solutions.
Those with iOS devices will appreciate a more responsive home screen, especially if it’s a busy one. This tutorial will help to make your iOS home screen faster.
MiMo Keyboard for iOS came up with a way to create and share emojis using your own pictures. It’s only limited by your imagination. Here’s how it works.
Day One is a beautiful journaling app that can make you look forward to writing a journal regularly. It’s available for Mac, iOS, and Apple Watch. Check it out.
If you love reading audiobooks but don’t want them taking up space on your iOS device, here are some ways to play audiobooks from alternative locations.
Did you know the Japanese keyboard on iPhone offers a secret Emoji keyboard called “Kaomojis?” Kaomojis are face emotions made using letters, numbers & symbols. Here’s how it works.
Apowersoft iPhone/iPad Recorder is a tool that lets you record the screen of your iPhone or iPad using your computer. Here’s how it works.
Tired of connecting your iPhone to your computer to transfer video files? Here’s how you can wirelessly transfer videos using VLC.
When it comes to activity trackers, Apple’s Health app for iOS isn’t the best; the interface is a mess, and it’s too basic. Here are some better alternatives.
The new trend seems to be sending spam by SMS on mobile devices. If you want to block SMS from spammers on your iPhone, here’s how it’s done.
The iPhone camera is among the best available, which is why iPhone Photography (or iPhoneography) has quickly become an art. Here’s how to get better photos with your iPhone.
There are many iPhone apps that help take selfies, and now we have a new one from the long time rival of Apple: Microsoft. The app is called Microsoft Selfie. Let’s check it out.
iOS 9 introduced a PIP mode, Picture-in-Picture. However, it doesn’t work in the YouTube app. Luckily, there are some tricks around this which you’ll learn in this article.