If you charge people for the time spent on projects and jobs, you need to accurately record when and for how long you work. Personal time can also be recorded and analyzed on your phone.
Charge your phone and other battery devices with a multi-port car charger with an unusual feature. Not the USB power socket or the USB-C port, not even the QC3.0 output, but disco lights!
A phone has a unique identifying code called a MAC address that can be used to track you, so you might think it would be a good idea to hide it, but there are potential problems to be aware of.
Your iPhone can precisely track your location and report to apps exactly where you are. You can disable location tracking, but it’s useful in some apps, so make your location fuzzy instead.
Widgets have been on Android for years, but even though the iPhone only got them with iOS 14, they have features not on Android. Don’t fill the screen with widgets, use Smart Stack widgets.
If you have documents on paper and need to turn them into editable files, photo them using your phone and OCR the image to text using the Microsoft Office app on your phone. It’s easy.
Remind me when messaging is an interesting feature of the iPhone Reminders app and it can be very useful. Never forget tasks and things to do when messaging people by creating a reminder.
How do you create Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents? With Microsoft Office apps on OneDrive? Here’s how to create Office documents on a phone with Box using the 10 GB of free storage.
To avoid Microsoft OneDrive security issues when using the app on your phone, let’s take a look at how to increase security and add PINs and biometrics to block unauthorized access to files.
Using a system monitor app on the iPhone to see system resource usage like CPU activity, RAM and storage used is a bit geeky, but interesting. See how stressed your phone is by apps and iOS.