Posted by Prashant on October 22, 2012 in Apple,How To,iPad,iPhone,Youtube

If you’re are worried about data usage on your iPhone/ iPad then you might also know that majority of your 3G data is used by videos that you watch online either on YouTube or any other video service. You have an option to delete other video streaming apps from your iOS device but you won’t be able to delete the YouTube app that was preinstalled on your iPhone. If you have downloaded new YouTube app by Google which is far better than Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on October 17, 2012 in How To,iPad,iPhone

Safari is an app delivered with iPhone, iPad and iPod and can’t be deleted like all other apps that you download from Apple’s app store. In case you want to get rid of Safari icon due to some reason like disabling browser access on your iPhone or you have started using Google chrome for iOS devices then you can follow below instructions to disable or unhide Safari. Step 1. Go to Settings > General Step 2. Select Restrictions. IncaRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on October 12, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

Business Insider reports that Apple has started tracking users again so advertisers can target them, using a new technology called “Identifier For Advertisers ” (IFA or IDFA). It’s a random, anonymous number that is assigned to a user and their device. It is temporary and can be blocked, like a cookie. The number is used to pass specific adds to apps and web pages when you use your phone, and can be used by companies to identifyRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 25, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

Multiple e-mail signatures, a feature that should have been in iOS from day one, has finally been made available with iOS 6 update. Before iOS 6, users would be able to set only one signature and had to edit or add extra information when using other email accounts. Not anymore! How to Setup Multiple E-mail Signatures on iOS 6 To set up multiple e-mail signatures, click the Settings app and then select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Scroll down untilRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 24, 2012 in How To,iPhone

Apple and Google are fighting over copyright patents, infringement etc. and the actual loss is to us – users. Because of dispute with Samsung over Android, Apple has started to distance itself from Google products. There could be more reasons like creating a data bank and making use of the same, but in the shorter term, we as users have to suffer. iOS 6 ushered in a new app, Apple Maps and kicked Google Maps off your home screen. Apple hasRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 23, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

iOS 6 has introduced a bug and many users are affected by this problem. Especially those who bought the item in the US and are outside of the US right now. This bug gives you an error message and does not allow you to download apps or update. The error message is: Your account is not valid for use in the xxx Store. You must switch to yyy Store before purchasing. xxx and yyy represent countries and have been used for illustrative purpose. When youRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 23, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

Apple did not include an obvious feature for several years – If you use your iPhone as your alarm, you likely have grown tired of starting your day to the same marimba tone. This was till iOS6 came out – iOS 6 allows you to set the alarm to play a song instead of a tone. To set a new song as an alarm rather than the same old boring alarm tones, click the Clock icon and then go to Alarm. Add a new alarm or edit an existing alarm. Then Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 22, 2012 in How To,iPhone

Gone are the days when you used to get unlimited data plans when you used to buy an iPhone. Limited data plans have been ruling since 2010, when Apple introduced iPhone 4. Unlimited data plans have not completely become extinct. It is still possible to buy an iPhone and enjoy unlimited data plan! If you do not want to track every MB of data downloaded on your new iPhone, use any of the options below when you buy the new iPhone – iPhone 5. TRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 21, 2012 in iPhone

One of the key features in iOS 6 is the Do Not Disturb feature. Do Not Disturb, when turned on, will not only completely silence your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, but it will prevent the screen from turning on when an alert is received. The need for a Do Not Disturb feature arose from tons of notifications, which keep popping up even while you’re sleeping. Anyone who has received a late night text message disturbing their sleep, or accidentRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 16, 2012 in iPhone

With iPhone 5 now available in 2 different colors (white and black) and 3 different prices ($199, $299 and $399), you already have a lot to wonder which is the best iPhone to buy? iPhone 4S is now available for $99 and iPhone 4 is now available for free when you buy a 2 year contract with AT&T, Sprint or Verizon. iPhone 3GS joins the rank of previous iPhone models, which have been discontinued by Apple. There are several aspects to consider wRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 14, 2012 in Google,How To,iPad,iPhone

Post image for How to Open Google Drive Documents in iBooks Google Drive like any other cloud service allows you to store your documents which are synched automatically and are available on all your devices.  You can store your documents, PDFs, photos etc. and you are given a free storage of 5GB to store your stuff. Besides Client for Windows and Mac, Google Drive is also available as app on your mobile devices like iPhone or android devices. You can download Google Drive app from respective app stores fRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 31, 2012 in iPad,iPhone,Mac

Congratulations! You gave into all the positive news around OS X Mountain Lion and got yourself one. Readers of this website suggest that Messages is one of the most sought after feature of OS X Mountain Lion. Messages or iMessage lets you can send messages to anyone who has an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5 or later, or a Mac with Mountain Lion. Nice feature, but it doesn’t work as smartly as you believed it would. You will have toRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 23, 2012 in iPhone

Quest to unlock an iPhone has been there since the iPhones came to the market. Since then it has been an interesting duel between Apple and hackers – every new iOS upgrade makes unlocking an iPhone harder and at the same time many hackers like the iPhone Dev-Team spare no thought and time to come up with a new jailbreak and unlock solution. So, far it has been a damn interesting duel and it promises to be the same. Apart from the jailbreak Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 11, 2012 in iPhone

iPhone users can now assign text tones to their contacts and take personalization of their phone to the next level. By default all the contacts are assigned the default ringtone and default text tone. If you want to assign a special text tone for someone special, you need to follow a few easy steps. Tap the Phone icon and go to Contacts Select the Contact you want to assign text tone to. Press Edit Scroll down and locate the text tone option and Read More...

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