Are you trying to download your stored iCloud files inside the Apple Files app, but it keeps failing? This can happen due to minor things like an inconsistent internet connection or something significant that requires a reset. In this troubleshooting guide, we show you what to do if files aren't downloading from iCloud onto your iPhone or iPad.
Are you annoyed by entering your Apple ID password or using Touch ID or Face ID while downloading even free apps from the iOS App Store? In this tutorial, we show you how to get free apps from the iPhone or iPad App Store without any authentication!
Love a video from Twitter and want to save the clip locally to your iPhone's Photos app or Camera Roll? Check out these six easy ways to download Twitter videos on iPhone and iPad for free.
Want to save a SoundCloud track as Mp3 for offline listening? This tutorial shows you how to download songs from SoundCloud locally to your iPhone or iPad and listen anytime without an internet connection.
Short-form video content like Instagram Reels has taken over. If you come across funny, emotional, or informative Reels, you might want to download them locally to your iPhone.
Once the Instagram Reel is saved in your iPhone Photos or Files app, you can share it with anyone via any platform. You can also keep it to watch offline or extract audio from the Instagram Reel.
In this tutorial, we show you how to download Instagram Reels in full quality without a colored border around it. Plus, the downloaded Reel will not have any watermark. And the entire process is free!
GitHub is an incredibly popular app among software developers. Not only does it host open-source software for other users view and download, but it makes the entire experience more social.
Anyone who uses YouTube religiously will likely have noticed a new feature in the app recently called Shorts. These are effectively short videos that YouTubers can publish to their channel, mostly to attract viewers.
Maybe some time ago you were worried about the amount of space your music was taking up on your iPhone. So, you enabled the Optimize Storage option. This allowed iOS to automatically remove downloaded songs that you haven’t listened to in a while, thus freeing up storage space.
But now you find yourself with more storage space on your iPhone than before, or maybe you’ve purchased a new iPhone with more space. You want to stop iOS from removing songs and do it yourself, but you can’t remember how to disable the feature. Here, we’ll show you how to turn off Optimize Storage for Music on your iPhone.
If you download files to your device from the internet often, then you’re used to the routine. You may have even changed your download location to a specific spot. But if you’ve never downloaded a file on iOS, then you’re probably wondering where those files went!
Here, we’ll show you how to access downloaded files on iPhone and iPad.
If Apple Books is your preferred tool for reading, then you know its advantages. You can start reading a book on your iPhone and pick up right where you left off on your iPad. The thing is, you still have to download it to that other device.
So if you want to open a book on Mac that you started on iPhone, you have to hit that cloud button and wait for it to download. This is extremely inconvenient if you’re without internet access! Having those books downloaded to multiple devices and ready for offline reading might just be what you need.
Here’s how to automatically download purchased Books to all your devices.
Gone are the days of having the same quality for all shows and movies you watch. With wonderful technological advances, you can choose the quality you want. So if you’re comfy on the couch with your Mac, you likely want the best quality available. But if you’re on iPhone using cellular data instead of Wi-Fi, you might prefer a faster download over high quality.
Here, we’ll show you how to change the quality for streaming and downloading shows in the TV app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
If you’ve been using Google Maps for some time now, you might want to have an export of your data. Maybe you’d like to keep a copy of it as a backup or use it with a different app. Google makes it pretty easy for you to choose the data you want and get your hands on it for use elsewhere.
Here, we’ll show you how to export and download your Google Maps data both on the web and in the Google Maps app on iPhone and iPad.