Looking for a way to customize your Notes app? This new jailbreak tweak could become your new best friend. Just as the name implies, customizedNotes lets you personalize iOS’ stock Notes app, allowing you to stand out from every other iPhone user out there.
One of the biggest yet largely unseen updates, macOS High Sierra brings many new features to Mac users. iDownloadBlog takes a closer look at some of the biggest changes in High Sierra, with an accompanying hands-on video from Andrew and the non-exhaustive list of everything that’s new.
Have you ever saved a note in the iOS Notes app and then expected to see it sync across all of your devices via iCloud only to find that it didn’t? Maybe notes don’t sync between your iPhone and iPad, or maybe they don’t between your MacBook and your iMac, or a combination of these devices.
iCloud can be very finicky, especially when it comes to syncing your notes, and sometimes you have to take troubleshooting matters into your own hands to fix the problem.
Despite all of the new features the Notes app keeps getting in Apple’s iOS updates, one of the most basic things you still can’t do is change the text color.
A new free jailbreak tweak in Cydia called YouText gives you the ability to change both the text and background color of the Notes app, giving jailbreakers an added layer of customization in the Notes app they didn’t have before.
There is an abundance of third-party apps offering secure and private storage room for photos on your iPhone that are not necessarily meant for everyone’s eyes. As convenient as these can be, the crux with most privately-owned apps is that your pictures may end up being uploaded to somebody else’s (hopefully secure) server.
If you are already entrusting Apple with handling your most sensitive data and would like to keep it between the two of you, that does not mean you are barred from taking and privately storing photos. That is because if you know of a rather inconspicuous setting pertaining to the Notes app and acquaint yourself with a few gestures, swiftly taking and storing photos outside the Camera Roll becomes a breeze.