We live in a post-DVD world now but there are still occasions where you may need to burn a DVD. My son recently played in a piano concert and he wanted to burn a DVD of the concert for his grandfather. iDVD is the best option for doing this. Here’s how to get hold of it and what it can do.
If, like me, you’re finding it ridiculous how complicated it is to open the iPhone and get to the home screen, maybe you’d like to leave Apple a message here:
Apple’s built in pdf reader app called ‘Preview’ can merge 2 PDF files and edit PDF files. It used to be tricky to merge two PDF files ( read some of my old articles here) but in macOS Sierra 10.12 it’s easier than ever. All you need to do is drag the thumbnails that you want to merge from one PDF document to the other and then save the document. You don’t need to buy any extra software. It is built right into OS X.
Read on for some screenshots of what this looks like.
Google calendar is Google’s calendar app for your iPhone. I like it. Continue reading 〉
If you get a message in Apple Mail saying that “the user name or password for ‘imap.gmail.com’ is incorrect” but you know that your email address and Password are the right ones, here are some things to try.
Tired of being asked to subscribe to Apple music all the time? Tired of not being able to sync your iTunes songs across multiple computers easily? Google has a solution that will sync your songs across your iOS devices and your home computer, and you can easily manage which songs get synced and which don’t, and you have full control over settings like whether you want to be able to stream songs over your phone data network or Wi-Fi etc.
The Google play music application replaces iTunes as a music player on your iPhone. It gives you more control over the uploading and downloading of songs.
Google Inbox has become my preferred email app for my iPhone. I have been using it alongside Apple Mail for about a year but in the last couple of months I have completely ditched the Apple Mail app in favour of Google Inbox. It’s just lovely to use, where do I start?