Check out these handy tips to have more than one clipboard on your Mac, and use them without worrying about old clipboards getting replaced by the most recent one.
Apple says iOS 16's excessive privacy permission prompts when pasting from the system clipboard are a bug that'll get addressed in an upcoming software update.
Apple introduced a new feature that allows you transfer your iCloud photos and videos to Google Photos. The service doesn’t remove any of your photos or videos from iCloud, it simply copies them over to Google Photos.
So if you’re interested in a third-party backup of your items or are planning to make a switch away from iCloud, this could make it easy. Here, we’ll show you how to get the ball rolling to transfer your photos and videos, the limitations you may run into, and a few other things you need to know.
Learn how to always add yourself as BCC in the emails you send from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac so that you get a copy of the message in your inbox just as your recipient does.
I have a hard time trusting apps with my privacy as it is, but my worries run deeper when they’re realized by app makers that seemingly have zero interest in conserving user privacy, but rather harvesting user data for the sake of profit or surveillance.
Examples that struck irritating chords with me included learning that popular apps like LinkedIn and TikTok snooped on users’ clipboards without their permission. Apple’s upcoming iOS 14 update makes users more aware of app-centric clipboard access, but if you don’t plan to update because you’re jailbroken, then you can use a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called NoClipboardForYou by iOS developer shiftcmdk instead.
Are you a Chrome user looking for an easy way to link to text on a webpage? Check out this cool extension that lets you do exactly that.
This tutorial shows you three different ways to copy and paste text on Mac using a keyboard shortcut, your mouse or trackpad, and from the menu bar.
No more shaking that iPad as iOS 13 and iPadOS bring out new ways to make quick text selections, including three-fingered productivity gestures for cut/copy/paste and undo/redo.