Voice Texts are a cool new feature introduced in iOS 8 which allows you to send small audio notes from your iPhone to another iOS or Mac device that supports iMessages. Quicker to compose, more fun, and in many ways more convenient than traditional text messages, voice texts offer you a fast and more personal way to keep in touch with friends and family. Because they are a new feature, voice texts may seem a bit confusing at first, but  in this easy guide you’ll learn how to voice text on iPhone in no time. Continue Reading…

Want to up the quality of the YouTube videos you’re watching on your iPad? Well, the YouTube iOS app lets you choose the video quality whenever you are on a stable WiFi connection. This option has been introduced in late 2013 — up until then, the YouTube iOS app automatically chose for you the video quality based on your connection and other factors. Without further ado, here’s a quick guide on how to change YouTube quality on iPad. Continue Reading…

Did you know that you can restore deleted voicemail on your iPhone without any hassle? All you need is a carrier that supports visual voice mail, but then these days most do. So whether you’ve deleted a voicemail by mistake, or just happen to need a voicemail that at first you thought unimportant and removed, in this quick and easy guide from iPhonepedia you’ll learn how to undelete voicemail on iPhone with ease. Continue Reading…

If the default iPad font size is too small for you, then you can easily change it. Before learning how, though, you should know that iOS 7 gives you more font options than previous iOS releases, including bold fonts and increased contrast, so if you haven’t upgraded yet you may want to think about doing it now. In this easy guide you’ll learn how to increase font size on iPad regardless of the iOS version you’re running. Continue Reading…

After all these years, PDF remains the most widely used format for documents shared online because of its almost universal compatibility with computers and mobile devices, the ease with which it can be created, and the possibility of embedding images into it. On the iPad, like on the majority of tablets and smartphones, most documents come as PDFs. Despite this, however, you can’t just write on a PDF you open on your iPad – you need a third-party app. Continue Reading…