How to Organize Apps in Folders on iPhone

If you’ve only got a handful of apps and one or two Home Screen pages on your iPhone, you can easily remember where to find the app you’re looking for. However, once you’ve got 3, 4, 5 or more Home Screen pages filled with apps, it can make accessing them easier by using folders. It’sContinue reading “How to Organize Apps in Folders on iPhone”

More Fun with Photos on Your iPhone

It seems every time I have a play around with the camera on my iPhone, I find another way to improve the outcome or create effects. Here we’ll look at a couple quick tricks you can try when using “Live”. What is Live on the iPhone Camera? With Live Photos, your iPhone will record what happensContinue reading “More Fun with Photos on Your iPhone”

Set an Alert for Price Drops

What if your smartphone or computer could automatically track prices and alert you when an item you want has had a price drop? This is already possible now using the technology you already have. If you already have access to Chrome browser ,you may be able to take advantage of this today (without adding anyContinue reading “Set an Alert for Price Drops”

How to Save Reading on Chrome

What is Reading List on Chrome? It’s a similar concept to bookmarking we’ve covered in prior posts but with some advantages. Instead of saving an article or story to a folder in your bookmarks, if you put it in the Reading List and you’re logged into Chrome browser, it will sync to your Google account,Continue reading “How to Save Reading on Chrome”

How to Add Stickers to Your iMessages

What are Text Stickers? Stickers are similar to Emojis except they’re often more detailed and somewhat more adaptable. They can be nearly any image and some have cute messages integrated into the image. Adding Sticker Functionality for Texts on iPhone You may find you already have pre-loaded some free sticker packs. (The above examples wereContinue reading “How to Add Stickers to Your iMessages”

How to Turn on Grammar Check on Your iPhone

Using Auto-Correction to improve grammar can be a two-edged sword. Sometimes the bot’s idea of what you’re trying to say is funny at best and infuriating at worst. But there’s no denying that it can help prevent some embarrassing errors. You might as well look smart while using your smartphone…. How to Turn On (orContinue reading “How to Turn on Grammar Check on Your iPhone”

Never Say Buy (more Storage)

You’re on your iPhone trying to send a photo or download a new podcast and you get the dreaded surprise that the action cannot be taken as you’ve run out of storage. Oops. It just happened to me this week. It seems to always happen when you’re in the middle of something important. Have noContinue reading “Never Say Buy (more Storage)”

Using Google Maps to Track Friends

Does that sound ominous or nefarious? We’re not talking about surveillance but rather using technology for good. In this case sharing your location with a friend so that you can more efficiently meet up or so that they can confirm you’re safely enroute home when you’re traveling alone. If you want to track someone orContinue reading “Using Google Maps to Track Friends”

Control and Convenience

Most of us tend to want a couple things from their technology – convenience of doing things easier and faster and a sense of being in control of the tech rather than feeling confused by it. To that end, there have been 3 topics readers have found most valuable here. How to maximize their smartphone’sContinue reading “Control and Convenience”