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Tip - Text Case for iOS

Date: 20th November 2018

Duration: 05:22

Show ref: SCOM0788

Without a cursor as a selection tool, text manipulation on iOS can be a pain. Fortunately, Text Case makes this much easier.

In this episode, Mike walks you through how to change text on your iOS device into one of several popular formats using a simple iOS utility. You learn how to use Text Case's input tool, importing existing text, and even use Siri Shortcuts to put Text Case to good use.

Tip - iOS 12 - Battery Health & Settings

Date: 13th November 2018

Duration: 08:18

Show ref: SCOM0786

Battery health is critical when dealing with mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad.

With the introduction of iOS 12, Apple now delivers a wealth of information about your battery's health, its charging history and how the applications you use affect your battery consumption.

In this tip video, I take a look at the new charts and lists available to help you keep on top of your battery usage.

Tip - iOS 12 - Full Screen & Split View

Date: 6th November 2018

Duration: 05:38

Show ref: SCOM0784

With the limited screen real estate on the iPad, you can use Split View to arrange two applications on the screen at the same time - providing they offer support for Split View.

In this episode, Don shows you how to make the best use of split view when working with your iPad, including several tips using Safari and Split View.

HashPhotos for iOS

Date: 26th October 2018

Duration: 60:18

Show ref: SCOM0781

Think of HashPhotos as a way to augment Apple Photos. It works on your existing iCloud Photo Library but brings unique capabilities that simply don't exist in the Photos app.

You don't have to choose between Apple Photos and HashPhotos because they work together, allowing you to have the best of both worlds. Most of the features of HashPhotos act on your iCloud Photos Library, so if you create albums and folders in HashPhotos, they show up there, too. Edits you make to your images also carry over.

HashPhotos is incredibly fast, even on a giant iCloud Photos library, making it more efficient for some things than working in Photos on the Mac. But the real power is in the extra features, like adjusting the dates on photos, adding location data, creating film strips, and much more.

This week, Allison takes you on a tour of HashPhotos and shows you all of those features, using both iPad and iPhone.

iOS 12 - Shortcuts

Date: 5th October 2018

Duration: 36:03

Show ref: SCOM0775

Ever wish you could do more with your iOS apps?

With the new Shortcuts app in iOS 12, you can.

In this tutorial, Mike shows you how to get up and running with Shortcuts and explains what you need to know to start building your own shortcuts and start saving time on your iOS devices.

He also talks you through a few multi-action, real world examples, including how to call up a specific playlist in the Music app, and quickly create a project in OmniFocus.

You'll also learn how to turn Siri suggestions into full-blown Shortcuts, as well as share your favourite Shortcuts creations with the world.

MS PowerPoint - Part 2

Date: 10th August 2018

Duration: 29:13

Show ref: SCOM0759

PowerPoint 2016 for Mac makes it easy to create, collaborate and effectively present your ideas. Designed for Mac with full Retina display support, it helps you create beautiful presentations in no time. PowerPoint also runs on iOS and you see it in action here.

Join Richard as he shows you more features in this follow-up to MS PowerPoint. You learn about themes, slide masters, speaker notes, real time collaboration, and more.

MS PowerPoint - Part 1

Date: 6th July 2018

Duration: 44:13

Show ref: SCOM0749

PowerPoint for Mac makes it easy to create, collaborate and effectively present your ideas. Designed for Mac with full Retina display, it helps you create beautiful presentations in no time.

Join Richard as he shows you basic functionality in MS PowerPoint on Mac and iOS.

Tip - Photos - Location & Privacy

Date: 9th May 2017

Duration: 04:23

Show ref: SCOM0628

The addition of location data to your photos and videos when using your iPad or iPhone is a tremendous boon. With it, you can search by location or even see your photos and videos on the "Places" map view.

But there may be times when you don't want to publish the location information with shared photos and videos.

In this tip, I demonstrate both switching off location acquisition when taking images, as well as stripping location metadata using a 3rd party tool called ViewExif.