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.
If you’re easily distracted by YouTube, Google now gives you fresh new tools to set a custom reminder to take a break while watching videos, silence YouTube notifications with a custom schedule or opt to receive a daily digest notification instead.
Late Tuesday night, countless users received a barrage of notifications from CNN, all regarding the same story. CNN has said that the issue lies on Apple’s end, and applies to other publishers as well.
Learn how to set your iPhone or iPad so that it doesn’t display incoming calls or notifications while you are using your device. This is the perfect setting to avoid being distracted when focusing on a specific task on iPhone and iPad.
It’s easy to lose track of the notifications you’re receiving on your iPhone and end up having dozens of them filling up your Notification Center. Thankfully, starting in iOS 10, you can now dismiss all of your Notification Center notifications in one fell swoop with a single gesture, making it a much quicker process than what it used to be
Don’t want Amber or Emergency alerts on your iPhone? These are alerts that the government deems important enough for its citizens to know about. If you’ve decided you would like to disable these alerts, the process is simple. Here are the steps.
Your notification banners are an intimate part of your iOS experience that you use to interact with apps and people on a daily basis. With that being said, wouldn’t it be nice if you could customize some of their features a little bit?
A new free jailbreak tweak called SmartBanners is now available in Cydia’s BigBoss repository free of cost, and will give users a myriad of configuration options to customize the look and behavior of their notification banners. In this piece, we’ll take you through a bit of how the tweak works.
As a part of yesterday’s YouTube app update for iOS, it is now possible to receive a push notification whenever we post a new video on iDownloadBlog’s YouTube channel.
Each week, we post several videos about jailbreaking, the latest Cydia tips, tricks, tips, reviews, and more. iDB’s YouTube channel is a great source for the latest information on all things Apple, jailbreaking, iOS, and the iPhone and iPad.
With this latest update, it’s even easier to stay up to date with all of our new video content. In this post, we’ll show you how to do just that.