Microsoft OneNote has features you may not have discovered, like the great OneNote widget for iPhones that enables you to see recent notes and create new text, image and audio notes faster.
Some emails require you to take action and it may not be possible to do so immediately. Will you forget? Not if you turn emails into tasks. Here’s how to do it in Microsoft Outlook and To Do.
The iPhone is able to shoot high resolution videos, which can produce very large file sizes. How do you transfer large video files to a Windows PC for editing or viewing? Here’s what to do.
Apple continues to improve Keychain, its built-in password manager for iOS and macOS devices and now you can write notes and store them with passwords. Here’s how to add notes on the iPhone.
How much have you spent on apps and media on your iPhone? Can you remember everything you ever bought? Probably not. Your iPhone can though. See your purchase history by year and month.
There are hidden menus on your phone that you may not be aware of and they are so useful you will use them all the time once you discover how to access them. They work on iOS and Android.
When you think of a free music app for phone or computer or a free streaming music service, Spotify is the first to spring to mind, but could Amazon Music be better? Here I take a look.
iPhone home screen widgets make it easier to access features in apps and they show useful information. Use the new Gmail widget for improved mail features. Stack Gmail widgets on iPhone.
The Photos app on the iPhone creates memories, slide shows with music, and they are often quite interesting. However, you can make them even better by applying exciting filters and effects.
App Privacy Report enables you to see the data and sensors apps have accessed on an iPhone. It also shows the websites apps have accessed. What can you see and how do you view the report?