Tuesday, October 21, 2014
 
 
iPhone Tip #9 - Customize Your Music Controls
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
How do you like to sort your music? Some people prefer to do it by playlist, others by artist or albums. There are seven ways to organize your music by Playlist, Artist, Songs, Albums, Compilations, Composers and Genres. Plus access your audio controls at anytime!   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip # 8 - Scrolling Back To The Top
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
Often when you are scrolling through especially long web pages on your iPhone, it would be good to have a really easy way to flip back up to the top address bar. Every wish that? Well, with one single tap you can. Here's how.   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip #7 - Weather At Your Fingertips
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
The weather around a lot of the country these past few weeks has been really awful, so we thought we'd make sure you know about a hidden feature in the Weather App on your iPhone. When you open the weather App, it gives you your Local Weather and then, of course, you can add as many cities as you would like, by tapping on the "i" button at the bottom right hand of your phone.   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip #6 - Extra Keyboards
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
Are you one of those people who likes to add emoticons to your email and text messages? Or you've seen it and wondered how people do that? If so, did you know there is an entire keyboard which is dedicated to emoji which you can enable and access instantly while texting conversations, etc? Here's how to do it.   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip #5 - Easy Email Tricks and Features
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
Are you the type of person who writes a lot of draft emails but has trouble finding them? You like to check for new mail but don't want to push a button to do so? Want to add an image within an email on your iPhone? Read on!   [READ MORE]
Creating iPhone Text MSG Shortcuts!
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
Sometimes when texting you find that you will often type the same common phrase or a long URL, and writing it over and over each time can be tiresome. Well did you know, that you can actually create keyboard shortcuts that will represent those phrases or other combinations of key strokes? It's a really handy trick that you'll find you'll have lots of uses for. Here's how you do it!   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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