Instagram lets you personalize your experience to what matters to you the most by making it easy and simple to hide someone’s posts, Stories or both in your feed—without unfollowing their account. Here’s how to do just that.
Night Shift for Mac helps you get a good night’s sleep by automatically shifting onscreen colors to the warmer end of the color spectrum after dark. In the morning, your display returns to its regular settings. Here’s how to set up and use this super handy feature.
YouTube scheduled digest will stop all the separate alerts that are delivered to your phone throughout the day. Instead, what you get is a single digest that contains your notifications from the past day. Here’s how to use this helpful feature.
High dynamic range video offers a broader range of color and luminance provided your device has an HDR-capable screen. iDownloadBlog invites you to peruse this handy tutorial with step-by-step instructions on watching YouTube’s HDR content on your Apple devices.
Due to its commitment to privacy, Apple doesn’t know nearly as much about you—at least not in a personally identifiable form—like Google or Facebook. Here’s how to request a downloadable copy of all the identifiable pieces of information Apple stores about you.
As most of you are probably aware of by now, Amazon Prime is going up in price this week. On Friday, Amazon is raising the subscription price of its popular Prime service from $99/year to $119/year. That’s not a huge bump, but for those wondering how to avoid the hike, iDB has you covered.
A recent study by a software developer found that one out of each five sampled iPhone users prefers large text in their favorite apps. Don’t worry, Apple has you covered! Here’s how you can change the size of the system fonts used in Mail, Phone, Notes and other apps.
Is your computer running low on that precious storage space? You can save quite a lot of storage space on your Mac or Windows PC by having iTunes reference your media files rather than create copies when adding songs, movies and other items to your library.
Apple’s stock Photos app for iPhone and iPad packs in a little-known gem of a hidden feature that not only allows you to relive your Live Photos in an entirely different way, but also see precisely which part of the video was used to derive the key frame, and more.
A trusted number is a phone number that has passed Apple’s verification process and can be used to receive Two-Factor Authentication verification codes by text message or automated phone call. Here’s how to add one or more trusted phone numbers to your Apple ID account.