Just like you remove your history in Apple Maps, you can delete your search, review, and share history in Google Maps. Maybe you want to keep some items from showing up in your Recent searches or forget an entire day of Google Maps activity.
You can view and remove places from your history on your mobile device or the web. And you can choose to delete individual locations, a day or week, or every place in that history. Here, we’ll show you how to do just that, delete your Google Maps history.
If you set up your Fitness (Activity) app to share your details with a friend or family member, you can stop sharing anytime you like. Maybe you no longer want them to see if you’re reaching your move goals or how many steps you take in a day.
Here, we’ll show you how to stop sharing your Apple Watch activity on both your iPhone and your Watch.
The next Apple Watch workout challenge in the Activity app has been created to help you kick off 2021 in style, by performing workouts that will get you in shape.
If you’ve just purchased your first Mac, and especially if you’re coming from Windows, you might be wondering about the Utilities folder. You may see the folder but have yet to open it or you might be looking for a specific tool and don’t realize it’s in that folder.
Whatever the case, we’re here with another in our New to Mac series to help you out! We’ll explain what’s in the Utilities folder and what each tool is for.
With watchOS 7, Apple made changes to Apple Watch in regard to the Force Touch gesture. You’ll notice this in spots like accessing List view in your Calendar and clearing your notifications all at once. You no longer use Force Touch for these actions and one more for the list is adjusting your activity goals.
While you may not change your goals often, it’s still important to know how when the time comes. If you’ve recently upgraded to watchOS 7 or later or recently purchased an Apple Watch running that OS, here’s how to adjust your activity goals.
Apple will be inviting Apple Watch owners to celebrate the natural wonder of national parks with a new challenge in the Activity app scheduled for this coming Sunday, August 30.
If you want to celebrate the "natural wonder" of the United States' national parks along with Apple, you can do just that with an upcoming Activity Challenge for the Apple Watch.
If you are an Apple Watch owner that enjoys closing Activity rings to win challenges, there is a new one coming on June 21.
If you're on the hunt for a new activity challenge for the Apple Watch, you only have one more day to wait as the latest launches on June 5.
The next Apple Watch Activity challenge will celebrate the upcoming World Environment Day.
The Activity Monitor on your Mac is one of those tools that you should become familiar with. You by no means need be an expert on it, but you should know the basics. Why, you ask? Because the Activity Monitors shows all the processes running on your Mac. It’s like a task manager, so you can see how those processes affect your Mac and close any if needed.
Whether you’re new to Mac or simply new to the Activity Monitor, we’ll walk you through the basics you need to know.
Just last year, we showed you a rather intriguing jailbreak tweak called BottomToolBar that made pertinent toggles and information easier to reach with just your thumb while using your iPhone one-handed. But we never imagined that we’d eventually see compatible add-ons capable of augmenting the user experience.
Enter Activity-BottomToolBar, a newly-released extension for the BottomToolBar tweak by XCCiao that adds Activity ring information to the interface for those who avidly concern themselves with their health.