If you’re not feeling well or experiencing changes in your body, you now have an easy way to keep track of them. With the iOS 14 update, the Health app on iPhone lets you add symptoms.
For the most common symptoms from abdominal cramps to wheezing, you can add data and have it at your fingertips. This lets you accurately explain symptoms to your physician without forgetting a thing. Here, we’ll show you how to easily add your symptoms to Health on iPhone.
When you’re browsing websites in Safari, do you ever wonder which of those sites have trackers, what those trackers are, and which other sites you visit have them? With attention to privacy on iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and macOS Big Sur, you can now view these details with a tap.
Apple introduced an easy-to-access website Privacy Report in the updated Safari browser. And the details you’ll find in the Privacy Report are more informative than you might expect. Here, we’ll show you how to view the website Privacy Report and the information you’ll find.
If you and your coworker are collaborating on a document in Pages, using the feature to track changes can be helpful. This will display the text from each person adding or changing the document in a different color. So, you can easily see who does what.
In addition, you can see comments, replies, and changes in a handy sidebar and accept or reject individual or all changes to the document. If you’re using this feature for the first time, we want to help. Here’s how to track changes in Pages on your Mac.
Apple's upcoming Tile-like AirTags tracking accessory designed to be attached to easily misplaced items such as keys and wallets will apparently use a plethora of sounds to signal its various states to the user, including subtly indicating when an AirTag is nearby.
iOS leaker @blue_kanikama yesterday shared some additional details regarding AirTags, which is Apple’s rumored and unannounced Bluetooth accessory that can be attached to items like keys for tracking purposes.
iOS 13's strengthened security means people are seeing frequent reminders when an app like Google Maps is continuously tracking their location in the background. Apple's responded to complaints from concerned developers and some annoyed users by saying this is by design.
A recent probe by US lawmakers has poked holes in the elevated privacy features that are available on the iPhone and iPad with the iOS 13 software, including notifications when apps such as Google Maps are tracking your location, deeming those changes “anti-competitive”.
If you need to keep track of your mileage for work or for
your taxes, then there’s no better way to do it than with a mobile app. You
know you’ll have your phone with you when you’re driving, so there’s no reason
to keep a pen and paper in the glove box anymore.
These are the best mileage tracking apps for iPhone that let
you log your miles automatically as you drive or manually if needed.
The latest beta versions of Safari—Safari 12.1 installed in iOS 12.2 and macOS Mojave 10.14.4, as well as Safari Technology Preview 75—have removed the useless Do Not Track feature.
In May 2017, Apple snapped up a sleep-tracking app, called Beddit Sleep Monitor, and an accompanying $150 accessory that helps customers achieve a better sleep. And now we learn that the Beddit cloud service is officially shutting down on November 15, 2018.
Back in January, the Pentagon said it would be reviewing policies that related to geolocators on fitness trackers such as Apple Watch and Fitbit devices. It has now decided to ban the use of that technology on trackers for all deployed military personnel, regardless of their location. The move comes after the popular Strava fitness app may have inadvertently revealed secret locations of security forces around the world.
With so much digital shopping these days, keeping track of our packages is almost a daily routine. But, instead of tracking each one on the delivery service website, you can install an app that tracks them for you. Check out these awesome iOS package tracking apps so you never miss your deliveries.