Articles Filed Under "iOS Tutorials"
Learn how to pimp up your iDevice and increase productivity with these great tips.
On August 3, 2011 By Charles Tian
Here’s a helpful tip that teaches you how to adjust your locked iPhone’s ringer volume. For those of you who aren’t in the know for this, you can’t just adjust the ringer volume by pressing the volume buttons on the side of your iPhone. Instead, you have to actually unlock your iPhone, and if you have a passcode this can be quite annoying. Here’s how to get around that.Read More →
On July 21, 2011 By Charles Tian
With the release of an official Google+ app for iOS, many, including I, were very disappointed with the lack of iPod Touch and iPad support. This was very strange, as just about all apps that are usable on the iPhone can also be used on the iPad and iPod Touch. Now, iPad app not supporting iPhone or iPod Touch is understandable, but iPhone app? This is indeed strange.Read More →
The camera for iDevices has never been top notch, with the exception of the iPhone 4, which has okay quality. The rest of the devices, including the iPod Touch 4th generation, sport bad cameras, with low resolution. Many people think that you can’t even focus the camera. However, this, at least, is untrue. Here’s a tutorial on how to focus your camera, using the native Camera app installed on devices that support this feature.Read More →
One of the best features of iOS 4 was the ability to copy and paste text. Here’s a quick tutorial showing you just how it’s done. We’ll be using the built-in Notes app as an example, to make it simple. Open notes and type in some random text into a new note. Then, tap and hold your finger over the text. An interface that looks something like the screenshot below will fade into the page after a few seconds, with options to select, or paste.Read More →
If you’re one of the millions of iOS users that don’t speak English as your native language, then a necessity for your iOS device is to type messages in other languages. Here’s a fast and easy what to switch between the multiple keyboards that you may have installed on your iDevice.Read More →
Although most of us don’t do too much excessive typing on our iDevice keyboards, sometimes, the need does arise to send some emails, text-messages, etc, in a rather professional manner. When it comes to this, we are already at a disadvantage, for 99% of us type faster on an actual keyboard than with our thumbs on the iPhone, or on the comparatively small iPad keyboard. Here’s a tip to speed up your typing.Read More →
Here we taught you how to email individual photos in the Photos native iOS application. Now, we’re taking it one step further, for the photography fanatic. If you take tons of photos using your iDevice, chances are the method that was aforementioned, emailing one photo at a time, is just too slow and grueling of a process for you. Here we offer a solution that allows you to mass email photos. No extra tweaks needed, this feature is built into the native operating system.Read More →
We take tons of photos on our iPhones, iPod Touchs, iPads, and usually they just either get deleted, or eat up space on the hard drive. Transferring photos from iDevices to your computer is no where as easy as transferring the same photos, from, let’s say, a Canon camera or something. But one way to do it is to send your photos to your email account.Read More →