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Keeping your iPad application icons organized will help you avoid clutter and improve productivity a little. There are two convenient ways to move icons, either manually, directly from the device, or through a computer with iTunes. In this article you’ll discover how to do both. Continue Reading…

Browsing websites on your iPhone is fairly simple, and now that more and more website owners are optimizing their sites for mobile users, it’s enjoyable as well. Some features of the iPhone Safari web browser are, however, not as straightforward as the features of the average computer web browser. Website bookmarking is one of them. Many iPhone users have no idea how to do it; some don’t even know it’s possible. It can be done, and it’s quite easy actually. The brief guide below will show you how to add bookmark on iPhone. Continue Reading…

iPhone playlists are not as rigid as they might seem at first. Although the most convenient way to create them and to add and remove songs from them is by syncing from a Mac or PC with iTunes, you can add and remove one song at a time directly from your device. Manually adding and removing songs on your iPhone is not something you want to do for large playlists with hundreds of items, but it’s a feature that comes in handy for small playlists that you create and edit on the go. Keep reading to find out how to add song to playlist on iPhone. Continue Reading…

The iPhone has a nice voicemail feature that doesn’t only record missed calls, but also shows you a list of messages and allows you to choose the ones you want to listen to. This selective type of voice mail helps you save more time than the conventional recorded calls feature of traditional phones, as well as to ignore undesirable callers. In this article you’ll find out how to set up voicemail on iPhone if you haven’t used it before. Continue Reading…

You have done it. You have bought the latest iPhone. You are so excited to use it you can hardly wait. So excited, in fact, that your hands are trembling a bit. Trembling just enough, that is, that when you go to turn the iPhone on, you drop it on the hot concrete parking lot and shatter it into a thousand pieces right outside the cell phone store. Continue Reading…

Though most of what can be expected in terms of new iOS 7 features will not be fully known until it is released sometime this fall, Apple is being fairly forthcoming about the expectations for the new OS, and seems to think iPhone and iPad users have reason to be excited. iOS 7 is slated to be the most groundbreaking update that Apple has released in a while, and should help it keep pace with some of the more innovative features of its chief competitor, Android. Continue Reading…

The iPad is a powerful tool for business or for pleasure, and because of that it is a bit of an investment; and while we would hardly call it fragile, it doesn’t take too much force to render the device useless. Using a case for the iPad is a great idea to provide a little protection. Cases can be made of anything it seems: leather, vinyl, plastic, wood, even cork. Their prices, too, can be anywhere on the map; some of them can be had for as low as $20 and some are nearly as expensive as the iPad itself. Here a few of the best iPad cases available: Continue Reading…

iPad content restrictions enable parents to control what kind of content their children can enjoy while using the tablet. Restricting content is probably an underused featured – not only in iOS, but across all operating systems and devices that offer it – but it can have a really big impact on how much time your children ‘waste’ with the iPad. Want your kids to go out more? Continue Reading…

Many apps available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad let you buy various upgrades such as premium features, content, or expansions. Games, in particular, offer tempting in-app purchases that add new content or grant you access to special items. But what happens when your children buy them without your knowledge? Continue Reading…

If you have an old generation iPhone that you want to continue to use without a data contract, you can easily turn it into an iPod touch and give it to your kids or keep it for yourself. Depending on the generation of iPhone you have, you might get a better camera than you would get from an iPod touch, as well as more functionality. In this brief guide you’ll find out how to use iPhone as an iPod. Continue Reading…

On the iPad you can delete images individually, or you can delete image groups and albums. Although it might not be obvious to all users, the delete photos option is indeed there, and it’s easy to use. The simple guides below will show you how to delete photos on iPad. Continue Reading…

Bookmarking a web page so you can quickly return to it later is a simple feature that all web browsers have, whether they run on computers or hand-held devices. The iPad has a bookmarking feature as well, but it’s not that conspicuous, which leaves many users wondering whether is it possible for them to bookmark a page or not. Find out below how to bookmark on iPad. Continue Reading…

How to Print on iPad

Chris Page —  July 12, 2013 — 1 Comment

The great thing about iPad printing is that it can work wirelessly on most popular printers. That makes it more convenient than computer printing – you can do it basically anywhere, at any time, so long as you have access to Wi-Fi and to a printer. Continue reading to learn how to print on iPad wirelessly through AirPrint. Continue Reading…

5 iPad Cleaning Tips

Chris Page —  July 10, 2013 — Leave a comment

The more you use your iPad, the dirtier it will get. Like most other users, you probably take it everywhere with you, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, at the cafe, at the workplace, in the park, in the car, and in a dozen other places. All that fingering will grime the screen sooner or later. Here are some tips that will help you on proper iPad cleaning; Continue Reading…

Restoring an iPad with iTunes requires that you plug your device into your computer. Restoring your tablet with iCloud, on the other hand, only requires that you have access to the Internet, and can be done anywhere, at any time, making it a lot more convenient. It’s especially useful when you buy a new tablet and want to move all the settings and data from your old device into the new one. Here’s a brief step-by-step how to restore an iPad with iCloud guide. Continue Reading…

There are multiple ways in which you can delete contacts on your iPhone, but none of them are necessarily practical. There is no built-in feature in iOS that will allow you to delete multiple contacts quickly and easily – you have to delete one contact at a time, and that’s hard work. So, let’s look at more convenient methods for deleting iPhone contacts without having to sync your device with your Mac or PC. Continue Reading…

Moving icons on your iPhone is a nice way to customize your device and make easier to use. By moving icons you can move Facebook, Twitter, and all your other favorite icons to the home screen, in the place of default apps that you don’t use much. Here’s a simple guide that will show you how to move icons on iPhone. Continue Reading…

Filing your income tax return with your iPhone is easy and convenient, but to be able to do it your return must be simple and straightforward. If you have multiple sources of income derived from businesses and investments, you will want to discuss matters with your accountant first. Below you’ll find out how to fill standard iPhone tax returns. Continue Reading…

Want to prevent a disgruntled ex or an annoying friend from pestering you with calls fifteen times a day? Then you will want to block his or her calls. The curious thing about the iPhone is that it lacks a simple and convenient feature for blocking calls; the good news is that iOS 7 will include a call-blocking feature that can block not only calls but also text messages. Until iOS will be released though, learn how to block calls on iPhone the old way, without having to jailbreak your device and lose your warranty. Continue Reading…

Attaching a photo to the emails you send through your iPhone is fairly easy, but adding two or more photos is not straightforward at all. In fact, some users even wonder if it’s possible for them to email multiple photos; it is possible – you can attach up to five photos per email. But Apple’s design team really needs to make multiple photo attachment a bit more easy. Until they do, here’s a short guide that will show you how to email multiple photos on iPhone. Continue Reading…