As the default browser on Mac, Apple has continued to update Safari with new features for every new macOS version. There are several useful 3rd party extensions that will enhance your browsing experience while using Safari. Here’s our top 5.
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Smart Inboxes, rules, thread notifications and so many other features are what make Mail powerful. Here we detail how to piece together one of the best Mail experiences in iOS, macOS and iCloud.com
Reader View, Reading List, and Shared Links can take your Safari experience to the next level. Learn about how you can set up each section in Safari to make your browser have the ultimate reading experience.
Being able to share purchases is one of the best features of Family Sharing. Everything from music and movies, to apps, books and more can be shared. Need to find out where a member of your family is? Family Sharing can help with that task too!
Soccer trips, family gatherings, and so many other events are the perfect reason to implement a shared calendar. Here’s the easiest way to set one up using Family Sharing.
Have a lot of appointments and collaboration happening in your life? One of the easiest ways to make sense of it all is to be able to share calendars with friends, family and co-workers. Here’s how to do it in iOS and macOS.
iCloud is one of the most essential services that Apple provides. Check out these 3 no brainer reasons as to why you should have it enabled on all your devices.
Cleaning up your Contacts app can be very beneficial for countless reasons. Here we detail 5 simple ways to clean up your contacts from a Mac. This’ll help out not only on macOS, but in iOS as well!
It’s happened to all of us. We accidentally delete a file. But, what if that file only existed in iCloud? Thankfully, there’s a way to get these files back.
‘Tis the season for iCloud Calendar invitation spam! Black Friday and Cyber Monday just passed and many users of Apple devices are getting a large influx of spam calendar invitations. These show up as deals for Ray-Ban glasses, Louis Vuitton, and other brands. The bad news is you can’t stop them entirely, but the good
You can make sending contacts, photos and more a breeze with AirDrop in iOS and macOS. Learn how to share files quickly with friends and devices.
Every once in a while, you might need access to view and edit hidden files. Luckily there’s a Terminal command you can use to show hidden files in macOS. This is similar to viewing hidden files and folders on a Windows machine.