John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to talk about Intel’s latest announcements and push notification adjustments on iOS.
Apps demand our attention by sending us push notifications, but some are more important than others. David Nield has some suggestions.
One of the problems with turning your phone off, or putting it in airplane mode to avoid distractions, is that people won’t be able to reach you in an emergency. If you want to make sure certain contacts (like your kids) can always get through, you’ve got two options using the native features on your Android or iOS phone.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple Music coming to Echo hardware and fighting notification addiction.
There’s a lot to like in iOS 12. Dr. Mac raved about the iOS 12 Shortcuts app (formerly Workflow) two weeks ago, this week he discusses a handful of other lovable new features iOS 12.
It isn’t recommended that you turn them off but Andrew will show you anyway just in case.
Andrew Orr and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about whether or not Apple Watch will ever get Android phone support or become a stand alone device. They also have some tips for managing Notification in iOS 12 and watchOS 5.
Within watchOS 5, there’s a handy way you can control notifications by app—and have those changes reflected on your iPhone, too. Today’s Quick Tip is all about just how you’ll use this brand-new feature!
iOS 12 improves gesture consistency, at least a little, and one of the places you’ll see that is in Control Center on the iPad. Here’s how the new gesture works.
Andrew Orr shows us how to tame the beast called Slack.
There is a second way to dismiss notifications using 3D Touch, and it’s intuitive to use.
This works on the iPhone X, or other models as long as you’re running iOS 11.
While reading news about Google I/O, Andrew Orr found that a feature coming to Android O that Apple already put into iOS. It’s a neat trick that should save you time while using iOS.
This Quick Tip is on a nifty feature of the Apple Watch, one that’ll prevent a wrist raise from showing off any recent notifications you’ve gotten. You might spend all day texting with your friends, but no one else needs to know what those conversations are about, do they?