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Safari on iOS – Part 1

Posted by on Jul 28, 2017 in Apple apps, iOS, Tips & Tricks |

Mobile Safari is one of the most used apps on the iPad and iPhone. In this, the first part of a two-part series, we take a look at some of the hidden features of Mobile Safari on the iPad.

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Best Free Apps

Posted by on May 13, 2014 in Apple apps |

Tony Crawford has put together a compendium of the Best Free Apps as recommended by members of The Villages Apple User Group. This compendium is updated on a regular basis as members submit their favorites. The April pdf version is available on For submitting your favorite “Best Free Apps” contact Tony at the email address below: 

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Follow up to the “iPhoto for iOS” Meeting

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Apple apps |

The subject of the April Meeting was “iPhoto for iOS” Below are some links to help in further understanding iPhoto. Apple – iOS iPhoto iOS App Support – iPhoto  

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Follow up to “Pages, Numbers & Keynote” Meeting

Posted by on Mar 11, 2014 in Apple apps |

The subject of the March Meeting was “Pages, Numbers & Keynote” Below are some links to help in further understanding these Apps. Apple – iOS Pages iOS App Support: Pages Apple – iOS Numbers iOS App Support: Numbers Apple- iOS Keynote iOS App Support: Keynote

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Exploring Notes in iOS

Posted by on Jun 15, 2013 in Apple apps, iOS |

Exploring Notes in iOS Overview Notes is an App that comes with iOS. The App lets you type ideas down and lets you store them just on your device or by syncing via iCloud to other iOS devices or MACs on the same iCloud account. Notes can be used in either portrait or landscape modes. On the iPad On the iPad there is a list of notes to view on the left side with the current note being circled in red. (Note: Notes are listed from top to bottom by last-modified date. SEE BELOW) To Write a new...

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Exploring the Clock app on the iPad

Posted by on Jun 3, 2013 in Apple apps, iPad |

Exploring the Clock app on the iPad Overview The clock app has always been on the iPhone & iPod Touch as a stock app. The iPad finally received a redesigned stock app with iOS 6. The app consists of 4 main sections: World Clock section Alarm Clock section Stop Watch section Timer section Below we will go through these sections and see what each one does. The World Clock Section When you first open the clock app, the World Clock appears. On the top are the various clocks (1) for the cities...

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