Posts for Category: iPad Tips


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10 Best iPad Cooking Apps (for Recipes and Instructions)

10 Best iPad Cooking Apps (for Recipes and Instructions)

One of the best uses for an iPad is for cooking— prop it up anywhere in the kitchen and follow along to the infinite amount of recipes and videos you can find on the Internet. Below are my handpicked 10 […]

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Tip: How To Add Your Favorite MLB Team’s 2013 Schedule to Your iPhone’s Calendar

Tip: How To Add Your Favorite MLB Team's 2013 Schedule to Your iPhone's Calendar

If you’re on an iPhone or iPad and want to easily add your favorite Major League Baseball team’s schedule to your calendar, just tap your team’s name in the list below, then tap Subscribe from the pop-up box. These are […]

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Siri Tip: Say “Google” First for the Quickest Way to Launch a Web Search on the iPhone & iPad

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For the fastest way to search for something on the web, simply speak the word Google first to Siri, followed by whatever you want to search for. This method is, by far, the fastest way to do a web search […]

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iPhone & iPad Tip: Why You Shouldn’t Change Siri’s Speaking Voice in the Settings

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One fun thing you can do with Siri’s voice is change her accent and even gender in the settings. You can do this by going into Settings –> General –> Siri –> Language, and choose from over a dozen new […]

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iPhone/iPad App Tip: Pandora Radio Is the Best Way to Listen to…Comedy?

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Pandora Radio (free) is known as a music radio app with customizable stations that learn your tastes over time. But my favorite use for the app? To make me laugh. Pandora also features tracks from comedy albums and clips of […]

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Tip: How to Easily Delete Accidentally Highlighted Text in iBooks (iPhone & iPad Tip)

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I love using iBooks to read books on the iPad & iPhone, but there is one feature that can be annoying: highlighting text. You see, iBooks lets you highlight text simply by dragging your finger over it. The problem is, […]

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An iPhone Tip for Mac Owners: How to Import iPhone Photos Without Using iPhoto

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When importing photos from my iPhone to the Mac, I’ve found the default method—using iPhoto—to be slow and clunky. There is a better solution, however. It’s called Image Capture, and it’s built right into the Mac. Image Capture is a […]

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iPhone & iPad Basics: How to Use Flagged Emails and the New Flagged Inbox

iPhone & iPad Basics: How to Use Flagged Emails and the New Flagged Inbox

The Flagged inbox is a new feature introduced in the iOS 6 software update that is useful as a way to sort important emails into one central place so you can find them easier. Flagged emails from different accounts all […]

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iPhone/iPad Tip: Notes From the Notes App Can Now Be Edited In a Browser on iCloud.com

iPhone/iPad Tip: Notes From the Notes App Can Now Be Edited In a Browser on iCloud.com

The Notes app on the iPhone & iPad just became a lot more useful thanks to a recept update to iCloud.com. Now, notes created on the iPhone can be edited in a web browser on iCloud.com, and vice versa. With […]

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Tip: How to Prevent the iPhone/iPad’s Screen from Automatically Turning Off

Tip: How to Prevent the iPhone/iPad's Screen from Automatically Turning Off

There may be times when you want the iPhone/iPad’s screen to remain on until you physically turn it off. To prevent the screen from auto shutting off, you must turn off the iPhone/iPad’s Auto-Lock feature (just remember to eventually turn […]

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