When you pull down the iPhone Home Screen or Lock Screen, you get to Search, also called Spotlight Search. Type an app’s first letters, and it will show up in the results, letting you open that app immediately.
However, if a particular app isn’t appearing in Search, that’s because you or someone with access to your iPhone excluded that app from search results. Here’s how to reverse that.
Sometimes when you come across something interesting on a website, you can’t help but want to research it further. The same thing might happen if you’re browsing social media, such as Twitter.
Reddit's comment search is now live globally on desktop. We've also summarized other user-facing improvements that Reddit has made to its search feature.
Twitter search can now find a particular piece of content in direct messages that matches your keyword—and you can filter out people, groups or messages.
A new feature lets you search within Apple Music playlists in the Music app on your iPhone, iPad or Mac to find matching songs in any of the playlists available on the service.
Learn how to use the Twitter search feature to sift through all of the tweets from a specific account if you'd like to find the ones that match your search phrase.
Instagram search is getting more visual soon thanks to a TikTok-like grid that in the future will more prominently feature relevant photos and videos in search results.
Apple today during its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote announced several noteworthy improvements to the system-wide search feature on the iPhone and iPad.
Apple has started to roll out suggested words on the App Store to speed up your searches.
iOS 14's built-in web content blocker has been found to prevent searches that include the word “Asian,” including such phrases as “Asian food” and “Asian countries”. As a matter of fact, Safari has been found to block all websites that contain the word “asian” in the URL.
If you are a heavy user of the Notes app, then you likely have many folders, tons of notes, and use it with multiple accounts. So when it’s time to find a note, it can feel like a tedious task. But with some helpful tips, you can use the Search feature effectively in the Notes app on Mac to find what you want quickly.
Google is testing a darkened user interface for its search feature on desktop, 9to5Google reported Saturday. The Internet giant is performing A/B testing of Dark Mode support for search results on desktop.