There’s a wealth of great note taking apps on the App Store today. Here we pick 5 of our favorites, from simple to fully featured, with different options that are sure to be perfect for your iPhone or iPad.
AirTable is one of the best and most beautiful looking apps to make databases. Learn how to add new fields to databases you create in our easy how to.
Stories is one of the most exciting features of the Instagram app. You can add music to your Instagram Stories to help them stand out. It’s really easy, and a lot of fun!
Apple’s own Notes gives you the ability to create grocery lists right from within the app. Save yourself the hassle of having to download a whole separate app just for this simple task.
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Apple has done a lot of work with their iOS 10 upgrade to make accessibility one of Apple Music’s best new features. The upgrade is big, bold, and makes finding your entire music collection a lot easier.
Updated your Pebble to the latest release, or picked up a Pebble 2? We guide you through using your watch with Pebble Health. Learn how to track exercise, sleep and more.
Looking to send email to a long list of people? Check out the easiest way to create, manage, and use groups with Apple’s Mail app.
If you’re looking for an easy way to save your Instagram photos for later, you’re in luck! Instagram has just rolled out a new drafts feature to all users that lets you save photos to post at a later time.
Spam calls and robocalls are big time wasters, and a huge annoyance. With iOS 10, developers now can make your Phone app a whole lot more powerful, and save you time in the process.
Apple Music is one of the best streaming music services out there. There are a lot of features hidden under the hood in Apple’s latest redesign to the app, and they’re sure to make your listening experience a lot better.
Looking for a simple way to share your schedule with colleagues and people outside of your organization? Luckily, Microsoft Outlook has a handy way of sending your available time in an email, without ever having to leave the app.