Dark mode is one of those features that came along and it was all the rave. Instead of all that brightness, you could have your device and the apps on it carry a soothing, dark appearance. As things progressed, we started seeing plenty of apps offering dark mode and giving you a choice to use it. And maybe you don’t realize it, but Notes is one of those apps.
When you enable dark mode on your iPhone or iPad, you can decide if you want the Notes app to oblige. Plus, you can keep specific notes with a light background while others are dark. This gives you the pleasing appearance you want for notes you use often.
Here, we’ll show you how to use both dark and light backgrounds in the Notes app on iPhone and iPad.
Getting your Keynote slideshows just right is important. Whether they’re for your company, an organization, or educational purpose, of course, you want an attractive look and feel.
One way to spruce up your Keynote presentations is to add backgrounds to your slides. This lets you create a consistent appearance for your slideshow. Another way is to add borders to your slides. This can help keep your objects and elements within the slide area and gives a neat and clean visual.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to do both. Here’s how to add backgrounds and borders to slides in Keynote.
At iDB, we offer up some terrific wallpapers for your devices. Our Jim Gresham continually finds the best backgrounds for all tastes and preferences. So if you’re in the market for a cool screen saver to go along with your awesome wallpaper, this list is for you.
We’ve assembled some of the best free animated screen savers for Mac. Whether you step away from your computer for a few minutes or just let that screen saver pop up so you can relax for a bit, check out these amazing moving screen saver options. And as a bonus, some double as wallpapers too!
We’ve shown you how to change the background color of a document in Pages. And with an April 2020 update, it’s now possible to do the same in Numbers and Keynote.
So if you want to add a little pizzazz like a gradient or something meaningful like an image, here’s how to change the background color in Numbers and Keynote. We’ll also show you how to do this on both Mac and iOS.
You can change the appearance of your home and the rooms in it to suit your taste, so why not the Apple Home app? It may be a small change, but you can swap out the background in the Home app with something more personal or fun, here’s how.
If you like to use your own photos as wallpapers for your iPhone, iPad, and Mac, there are different ways to go about doing it. And it’s possible that you want to edit the photo first. But if you have a perfect picture and want to pop it up as your background right away, you can do it without opening your settings.
Here’s the fastest way to set a photo as wallpaper on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
If you captured a video that you’d like to use in another creation or simply edit in iMovie, you may have to make some adjustments. You might need to repair the color or fix a shaky video. Another type of enhancement you might want to make is to remove background noise.
If you shot your video outside on a windy day or around another distracting sound, background noise can hinder an otherwise terrific video. Here’s how you can reduce background noise in iMovie on Mac.
One cool movie idea that you can create in iMovie is for your travels. You can include photos or videos from a vacation, honeymoon, or road trip adventure. And to go along with this nifty project, iMovie offers animated map backgrounds.
With these backgrounds, you can show the moving route for your trip on a map in your movie. This can add something a little extra to your already memorable trip and movie.
Here’s how to add and adjust the animated travel map backgrounds in iMovie on Mac.
Among all the widgets that can be activated via your iPhone or iPad’s Today page, perhaps one of my favorites is Apple’s native Weather widget. On one hand, it’s particularly concise and can be expanded to show hourly forecast information; but at the same time, it’s particularly bland, especially when compared to decked out alternatives such as Yahoo! Weather.
Given the circumstances afoot, we’re particularly excited to show you a newly released jailbreak tweak called AnimatedWeatherWidget by iOS developer Cole Cabral. Just as the name implies, this tweak updates the background of your iOS device’s native Weather widget to display the same animated background that you’d typically observe in the Weather app itself.