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20 Smart Tools And Apps Every Entrepreneur Should Use

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FREEFALL (Indigo Lounge Book 5) by Zara Cox

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10 Signs You Are A Creative Person (Though You Don’t Feel You Are)

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Transform Your Life In One Month: The 30 Best TED Talks Of All Time That Will Inspire You

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7 Questions You Should Ask to Be the Most Impressive Job Candidate

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This Is Exactly How Recruiters Go Through Your Resume In 6 Seconds

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Every iPhone User Needs To Know These Smart Ways To Use Siri

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Suppose you want to take a photo of yourself, but the "arms-length self pic" isn't working out for you. Just plug in your earbuds (to the phone, not your ears), aim the camera, and press the volume-up button to snap the photo. This method also works well when you need to take a steady shot.

40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know - Use your earbuds to take a photo

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Let's say you're rocking out to Blue Öyster Cult's "Revölution by Night," and a call comes in. To answer it, just press the center button on your earbuds. To decline it, hold the button down for two seconds, and it will send the caller to your voice mail. What if you're already talking on the phone and another call comes in? Click the center button to put the first call on hold and answer the second. Press it one more time to hang up on the second call and return to the original one.

40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know

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Your iPhone's earbuds – excuse me, EarPods™ – are more than just a device for listening to audio. They also allow you to pause, skip, and rewind your music. Here's how: Play or pause – Click the center button once to start or stop a song. If you're not already midway through a song, pressing the center button will cue up a random tune from your library. Skip a song – Press the center button twice quickly. Go to a previous song – Press the center button three times quickly. Fast-forward through a song – Press the center button once, then press it again and hold it down. Release the button when you reach the desired section of the song. Rewind – Press the center button twice, then press a third time and hold it down. As with fast-forward, release the button when you're done.Your iPhone's earbuds – excuse me, EarPods™ – are more than just a device for listening to audio. They also allow you to pause, skip, and rewind your music. Here's how: Play or pause – Click the center button once to start or stop a song. If you're not already midway through a song, pressing the center button will cue up a random tune from your library. Skip a song – Press the center button twice quickly. Go to a previous song – Press the center button three times quickly. Fast-forward through a song – Press the center button once, then press it again and hold it down. Release the button when you reach the desired section of the song. Rewind – Press the center button twice, then press a third time and hold it down. As with fast-forward, release the button when you're done.

40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know

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For the insomniacs and city dwellers of the iPhone community, a free app called Relax Melodies can create a soothing medley of noises that can inspire a short nap or long slumber. The app boasts 41 sounds from “Cat Purring” to “Icy Snow,” and users can choose either to combine noises or listen to one at a time. Conversely, the app can also be used to help its user stay awake or maintain concentration – even create an ambiance perfect for a yoga session at home or in the studio. You can also store favorite combinations of sounds in a folder. The app won’t shut down on its own, so you’ll be able to wake up to the same calm ambiance you fell asleep to. (Just watch your battery power.)

40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know

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The iPhone can instantly stream movies, music, photos, and more right to your television, meaning no more fruitless channel searching. The feature uses AirPlay – whose icon you can spot in Safari, Videos, and elsewhere – to sling information over to an Apple TV console ($99). Once your iPhone and Apple TV have been hooked up to the same wireless connection, the AirPlay icon will show up in the upper right-hand corner of your iPhone videos. One quick tap of the 3.5-inch screen will transmit the video to your big screen. AirPlay isn’t just useful for for watching “Lord of the Rings” on a larger scale – it can also be helpful in terms of presentations, slideshows, and playing music. Plus, you can play iPhone games through AirPlay – think Angry Birds.

40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know

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iMessage isn’t only free within the US – it’s free across continents. An international data plan can be expensive and texts can cause fees to skyrocket. But for iOS 5 users, iMessage can help avoid unnecessary charges. If you're the one abroad, make sure that you are connected to Wi-Fi. (Also remember that Wi-Fi is not necessarily free. There may be fees attached on that end.) If those blue text bubbles suddenly turn green, that means your phone is starting to send an SMS messages. This can be avoided by going into Messages, under General Settings, and turning off Send As SMS.

40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know

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17 Hobbies To Try If You Suck At Hobbies

17 Hobbies To Try If You Don't Have A Hobby

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30 Things You Should Be Able to Make by the Time You Turn 30

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11 Things To Do When Getting New iPhone: Configure iCloud

11 Things To Do When Getting New iPhone

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Free iPhone app to let you text parents without them seeing your #

Remind: Safe Classroom Communication

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Childproofing an iPad ~ So important! (Free information.)

How to Child Proof iPhone iPad | iGameMom

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If you ever get lost in a city, look at the roofs. Most satellite dishes face south if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere.

13 Things You've Gone Too Long Without Knowing

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2 Reasons Why People Don't Get to Know the Real You

2 Reasons Why People Don't Get to Know the Real You

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This “Railway Map” Will Tell You How To Think Like An Entrepreneur

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You can actually see which apps are draining your battery now. | 16 Things You Didn't Know Your New iPhone Could Do