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.
Maps on Apple Watch is probably one of those apps you only open when you really need it. Maybe you need directions or want to look up a recent spot. But you can explore Maps on Apple Watch just like you would on your iPhone or Mac.
Of course you can do things like see your spot on a map if you’re traveling and in an unfamiliar location. But you can also get the hours or phone number for a nearby business or check out one of the curated city guides introduced with iOS 14.
Make the most of the Maps app on your Apple Watch with these helpful tips.
If there’s a handy spot to have references at your fingertips, it’s your iPhone or iPad. Physical books still hold a place in many people’s hearts but no one walks around with dictionaries, encyclopedias, and phone books nowadays.
So if you’re in the market for good references for school or work, you’ll like this list of the best free reference apps for iPhone and iPad.
The US Department of Justice is suing Google on antitrust grounds and now a new report alleges that Apple is exploring building its own search tech amid Google antitrust scrutiny.
Siri can be super handy on HomePod and can do plenty of things for you. But one thing that was always a bit difficult was getting information that Siri didn’t have at hand. You might end up hearing something like, "Sorry, I can’t help with that".
With the iOS 14.1 update, HomePod also got a bit of a boost in abilities. You can use Apple Music for an alarm sound, check out the Intercom if you own more than one HomePod, and yes, have Siri send web results right to your iPhone.
Finding a new place to live can be a job in itself. Whether you’re looking for a large family home or small apartment for yourself, you want easy tools to find the right spot. These days, you don’t have to scour the real estate section of the local newspaper searching for available rentals; just use your mobile device.
These apps for apartment and house rentals on iPhone take much of the work out of finding a place to call home. You can browse listings, get rental details, see photos and take tours, and contact landlords, all in one spot. If you’re in the market for a new place to live, this list of iPhone and iPad apps can help.
Spotify now lets you find your favorite tunes by lyrics, a handy feature that Apple Music picked up two years ago via the iOS 12 software update. The service gained weekly music charts, too.