Articles Filed Under "iOS Tutorials"
Learn how to pimp up your iDevice and increase productivity with these great tips.
If you’ve ever wondered how much free space you have left on your iDevice, well then wonder no more. Here’s a quick way to check how many videos, songs, apps, etc, you have installed, as well as how much free space is left on your device. This can be done without the installation of any third party apps or software, but straight from the Settings apps. You just gotta know where to look.Read More →
Although you may not know it, Apple has actually built private browsing right into the iOS operating system through their default Safari web browsing application. This means that you don’t have to prowl through the App Store to look for a competent private browsing app! All you have to do is enable private browsing through the iOS Settings app. Find out how to turn on private browsing for Safari, after the break.Read More →
On June 5, 2012 By Charles Tian
The Voice Memos app on your iDevice can be extremely useful when you’re looking for perhaps record a lecture, or perform a variety of other audio-related tasks. Her are two useful tips on how to improve the organization of your Voice Memos, by renaming them and trimming them down.Read More →
On June 3, 2012 By Charles Tian
The built-in clock app on your iOS device comes with a trick up its sleeve that you may not know about, and may also come in pretty useful. Aside from checking the world time, using the stopwatch feature, etc, you can also use the clock app to stop your music at a specific time, so [...]Read More →
Note: This tutorial only works for multitasking-enabled devices. Multitasking was released with iOS 4.
With the introduction of multitasking in iOS 4, Apple devices such as the iPhone and iPod Touch could now switch quickly between different apps, leaving them running in the background while another app was currently in use. However, a flaw of [...]Read More →
Deleting photos one by one is a hassle and nobody wants to waste that time especially if your iDevice contains hundreds of photos. Luckily, Apple graciously included the ability to delete multiple photos in one go. It’s really quite simple and if you don’t already know how to do it, the pictures will help.Read More →
On August 20, 2011 By Charles Tian
If you’ve ever used a Windows computer, you might remember how you could create a desktop shortcut to a certain website (I’ve used my wonderful Macbook Pro now for about two years, so the days with Windows seem a bit vague to me now.) You may not have known that this feature is also built into iOS, with the default Safari browser. Here’s how to add home screen shortcuts to websites for quick access.Read More →
On August 16, 2011 By Charles Tian
There are plenty of everyday situations in which there may be the desire to manage your music without actually sliding that “slide to unlock” slider, typing in your passcode, going into your Music app and changing the song. Luckily, there is a way to manage your music (kinda) without actually leaving the lockscreen. This feature is built into iOS 4.Read More →