Nancy Carroll Gravley continues in her apparent quest to learn everything the hard way, but doing so allows her to share her lessons. Today's lessons all relate to using iOS 7.
Dementia affects about 24 million people in the world. Studies have begun to assert that active computer use can significantly delay the onset of dementia. Nancy Carroll Gravley looks into this issue and suggests apps that can contribute to sustained memory and cognitive functioning.
Did you know you can use iOS's Siri to send and reply to emails? You can, and in this column Nancy Carroll Gravley will show you just how easy it is. Siri can fill in the recipient, the subject line, and take dictation for what you want to say. If you have more than one email address, she'll even ask you which one you want to use.
Nancy Carroll Gravley offers three tips to make your Mac life more efficient and more fun. There's figuring out where you downloaded that file from, the importance of rebuilding your Mail Inbox, and how to add those smiley faces to your emails and text documents. What more could ask?
Nancy Carroll Gravley is a kind and generous woman. Today she has three very simple tips—two for iPhone and one for Mac—that she is hoping will help you benefit from the lessons of her own folly.
Two readers ask Nancy Carroll Gravley questions about the Dock and Passwords.
Remember back in grade school when we were always being told that such and such was "our friend"? Like "Mr Toothbrush is our friend!" Well, in this case, our iPhones really are our friends only we get to make the rules. Nancy Carroll Gravley shows you three ways to make your iPhone an even better friend.
Teachers, trainers, and students deserve all the respect and support they can get and the app Reflector gives them unique help. Unfortunately, the set up instructions for the app are insufficient, so Nancy Carroll Gravley improves on those instructions so the teachers, trainers, and students can use it.
Nancy Carroll Gravley shares bits and pieces of helpful and interesting information she picked up at Macworld/iWorld 2013
In my experience the service at the Apple store Genius Bar is always excellent, but there are ways to make it better for you and the Genius. I have included some suggestions, one of which is to not refer to a Genius as "dude."
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