If you use the YouTube iOS app to listen to songs, you might find it annoying that after you lock your device, YouTube stops playing audio. Hereâ€™s a simple trick to let the YouTube app continue playing audio after youâ€™ve turned off your iPhone or iPadâ€™s screen.
The Touch ID is great when it works, but a number of iPhone 5s users have complained that the fingerprint sensor fails to recognise the correct print on the first try. If youâ€™re facing these accuracy issues, you can follow this simple tip to improve Touch ID on your iPhone 5s.
iOSâ€™ autocorrect can be helpful when it works, but is very annoying when youâ€™re typing correctly, and autocorrect replaces it with something else, just because the word isnâ€™t in the iOS dictionary. You must have undoubtedly encountered this annoyance, and found workarounds, but hereâ€™s the quickest way to â€śteachâ€ť autocorrect new words.
The most well known principle of photographic composition is the ‘Rule of Thirds‘Â which says “an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts, and important elements in the image should be placed along these lines or their intersections.”
You can enable grid lines in the Camera app to make it easier to follow this rule.
Google today released an iPhone app for its Google Play Music streaming service, but like most other music streaming services, it isn’t available in all countries.
If you live in one of the unsupported countries, here’s a simple trick to get Google Play Music to work on your PC/Mac and iPhone.
Yesterday we told you about new keyboard shortcuts added in iOS 7, but iOS already supported a bunch of keyboard shortcuts that many people might not be aware of. So here’s an exhaustive list of keyboard shortcuts for iPhone and iPad that can be used with a Bluetooth wireless keyboard.
Weâ€™re received a few emails and seeing a number of users onÂ TwitterÂ wondering if their iPhone or iPadâ€™s clock will automatically fall back by an hour to mark the end of Daylight Saving Time.
The short answer is â€śYesâ€ť, your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and even your Mac will automatically move back an hour on their own.