Learning how to add a song to a playlist on iPod can get you pumped up for your workout sessions, design musical routine for your commute to work, and set the mood for romantic evenings. Picking and choosing your favorite tunes or designing your own categories gives you the power to be your own DJ and separate the best music you want to hear away from the general music population on your device. Understanding what type of music makes the best playlist comes from trial and error, but if you want give it a shot and learn how to add a song to a playlist on iPod and enhance your music experience, follow these simple steps. Continue Reading…

By default, your phone number is shown to all people who receive a call from you. But you can hide you number if you want to protect your privacy or play a prank on a friend. Keep in mind though that some people are wary of hidden callers and might not answer your anonymous call. Anyway, here’s a simple guide on how to withhold number on iPhone. Continue Reading…

FaceTime is a video conferencing app, one of the nicest features of the iPhone. An excellent alternative to Skype, it’s one of the built-in features of your iPhone, but it’s also available as a standalone app for Mac OS X. Before learning how to use FaceTime on iPhone you should keep in mind that some carriers might charge you when you use it over a wireless network. Continue Reading…

Knowing how to switch to US store on iPad is useful if you want to download apps that are not available in your own country’s store. The US Apple Store is the largest you can access on your iPad, featuring hundreds of thousands of apps, many of them free. Some apps, like those providing city information, maps, and directions, are designed to be used in the US only, but most apps can be used basically anywhere in the world, and by switching the store you can access them even if you don’t live in the US. Switching stores is also useful if you live in the US but have purchased an iPad in another country, say Great Britain, and the device automatically loads the UK version of the App Store. Continue Reading…

Every iPhone data plan limits data usage, and if you exceed that limit, you will have to either put up with slowed down data speeds, or worse, pay extra charges. Considering that many of the essential iPhone apps have to fetch data from the web – Safari and email to name only two – it’s easy to lose track of how much data you use. If you want to ensure that you never exceed the data limit imposed by your carrier, follow the simple guide below to find out how to know data usage on iPhone. Continue Reading…