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Microsoft OneNote for beginners: Everything you need to know

Added: 28.03.2017 7:43 | 3 views | 0 comments


OneNote is the best Microsoft program you’re probably not using. For me, it's become the online home for much of my work: article drafts, interview transcripts, even random thoughts about how to re-organize the home office.
I love that I can take it with me basically anywhere. OneNote is baked right into the company’s own , and there are apps for iOS, Android, MacOS, and support for Apple Watch and Android Wear. It’s not easy to build an app that serves so many different purposes and works well across platforms, but OneNote mostly pulls it off.

From: www.pcworld.com

The 8 best new features Apple added to your iPhone in iOS 10.3

Added: 27.03.2017 18:09 | 6 views | 0 comments


After releasing roughly 437 different iOS 10.3 betas to developers over the past few weeks alone, Apple has finally released iOS 10.3 to the public. The new mobile software is available as an over the air (OTA) download or as a download through iTunes on a Mac or Windows PC, and it's compatible with 19 different Apple devices dating as far back as the iPhone 5, 4th-generation iPad, iPad mini 2, and the 6th-generation iPod touch.
Should you be excited? Should you rush to download and install iOS 10.3 on your iPhone or iPad as soon as possible? In this post, we'll run through all of the top new features Apple introduced in iOS 10.3.
Find My AirPods: The most talked-about new feature in iOS 10.3 is Find My AirPods, which obviously only matters if you own a pair of Apple's hot new AirPods. They're still next to impossible to find in Apple stores, so .
There's now a new option in the Find My iPhone app that can track down your AirPods, but it's nowhere near as accurate or as useful as it is for iPhones and iPads since AirPods don't have a GPS radio or the ability to connect to any networks. Instead, this is basically a log that will show you the last location where your iPhone was connected to your AirPods.
If you forget your AirPods somewhere, this nifty new feature could definitely help you find them. If you haven't connected to them in a while or if they're stolen, you're pretty much out of luck.
App Transition Animations: You might not even notice this one, but Apple made a subtle change to the transition animations that are shown as apps open and close in iOS 10.3. They now have slightly more rounded edges, which is definitely not a big deal. But they also seem to move a bit faster, which is a big deal since it speeds up the interface a bit.
Weather in Maps: In the Maps app, users can now 3D Touch the weather icon to see a local forecast for the area.
Apple ID Profile: There is now a new Apple ID profile section in the Settings app that you'll see at the very top of the first screen. It gives you access to a single page where you'll find your full contact profile, security settings, payment information, iCloud account details, App Store settings, Family Sharing settings and a bit more.
Also of note, this page displays every Apple device where you're currently signed in.
iCloud Storage: You'll now find a new section at the top of your iCloud settings page with a breakdown of how your iCloud storage is being used.
New File System: This is a big one, though it takes place completely behind the scenes so you won't even realize it's happening. Installing iOS 10.3 will automatically update your iPhone or iPad to use Apple File System (APFS) instead of HFS+. APFS is better optimized for NAND flash storage so files can be accessed more quickly, and it also supports stronger encryption.
Voice Call Continuity for Verizon: This is obviously a new feature that will only be appreciated by Verizon Wireless subscribers, but iCloud calling features are now finally supported if you use Verizon. That means you can make or receive voice calls on your Mac, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.
Podcasts Widget: You know that widgets panel you never use? There's a new Podcasts widget available now (it's actually a pretty cool addition for podcast fans).

The only two things you need to keep your Apple Watch looking pristine

Added: 24.03.2017 5:51 | 1 views | 0 comments


The Apple Watch, like just about every other Apple device on the planet, is gorgeous. And just like every other Apple device on the planet, the Apple Watch is also very fragile. One or two missteps and your pristine Apple Watch is suddenly all scratched up. And trust us, once you’ve got a few scratches on your Watch, it’s going to upset you every single time you look at it.
Instead of waiting for the inevitable, get out ahead of things and protect your Apple Watch from damage before it happens. All you need is two inexpensive items — a and a — and you’ll ensure nothing ever happens to your precious Watch. ArmorSuit MilitaryShield Apple Watch Screen Protector
  • ArmorSuit MilitaryShield Kit for Apple Watch 42mm or 38mm (Series 1 / Series 2) includes our MilitaryShield piece(s), Installation Solution, Squeegee, Lint-free cloth, and Installation Instructions.
  • Ultra HD Clear and amazingly thin, perfectly matches the contours of your device. Easy application with flexible material is designed for maximum full coverage on curved corners and edges on your device.
  • Created from scratch-proof, ultra-tough, optically clear, military-grade, yellow-resistant material and is custom fit for each particular gadget and device with full body and screen protection.
  • MilitaryShield has self-healing technology, which helps eliminate minor scratches on the film all by itself. Significantly reduces dust, oil and fingerprint smudges.
  • ArmorSuit stands behind the quality of our MilitaryShield products to ensure 100% Satisfaction to all of our customers. All ArmorSuit MilitaryShield products are backed by Lifetime Replacement Warranty. Made in USA.
Spigen Rugged Armor Apple Watch Case
  • [Patent Pending] New look featuring glossy accents and carbon fiber textures
  • Flexible TPU case & Raised lip of 1.2mm protects screen
  • Air Cushion Technology for shock absorption
  • Tactile buttons for solid feedback and an easy press
  • Apple Watch Case Compatible with Apple Watch Series 2/1/Original(2015) 42mm or 38mm


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'Pokémon Yellow' Now Playable on Apple Smartwatch

Added: 23.03.2017 8:52 | 5 views | 0 comments

A new Game Boy emulator now lets tech enthusiasts play "Pokémon Yellow" through their Apple Watch.

From: www.christianpost.com

Apple acquires Workflow automation app, offers it free

Added: 23.03.2017 3:59 | 1 views | 0 comments


Apple has acquired the Workflow automation app, which allows iOS users to trigger a sequence of tasks across apps with a single tap.
A spokesman for Apple confirmed on Wednesday the company's acquisition of DeskConnect, the developer of the app, and the Workflow app, but did not provide further details.
Workflow, developed for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, allows users to drag and drop combinations of actions to create workflows that interact with the apps and content on the device. It won an Apple design award in 2015 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
Some of the examples of tasks for which Workflow can be used are making animated GIFs, adding a home screen icon to call a loved one and tweeting a song the user has been listening to, according to .

From: www.pcworld.com

'Pokémon Yellow' on Apple Watch: Game Boy Title Now Playable on Smartwatch

Added: 22.03.2017 9:52 | 7 views | 0 comments

A new Game Boy emulator now lets tech enthusiasts play "Pokémon Yellow" through their Apple Watch.

From: www.christianpost.com

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