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Posted on Friday, August 19, 2016 by tunmi13

Pocket Recorder, a new app released by Sweetman Systems, is an accessible recording app that makes recording simpler than ever. Simply open the app and start recording.

The app is very easy to use, so you can either teach yourself, or read this guide.

Opening The App

The first time you open the app, this message will pop up on your screen.

"Pocket Recorder" would like to access the Microphone.

Tap the OK button.

If you accidentally tap Don't…

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Posted on Saturday, July 23, 2016 by Deborah Armstrong

If you have Microsoft Outlook, it can use several methods for syncing your contacts with your iPHONE; this guide doesn't cover that.

If you use iTUNES whether or not you also use Outlook, it too, has many ways to work with your contacts.

But for me, both iTUNES and Microsoft Exchange have tended to mess up my contacts as much as automate the sync process, so I have found another, and what I believe is a safer way for Windows users to keep contacts in order.

I use…

4 comments : last update or comment 1 year 3 months ago
Posted on Thursday, July 7, 2016 by KE7ZUM

Note from the AppleVis Editorial Team: the method described in this post for reporting bugs to Apple is not the one that we would typically recommend for participants in the Public Beta Program. Apple itself wants you to use the Feedback Assistant whenever possible. It is already on your device; it is simple to use; it ensures that your bug report is routed to the appropriate people in the Engineering Team; and it automatically provides them with the additional information…

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Posted on Monday, June 27, 2016 by tunmi13

In this guide, I will teach you how the game called Jump In SauceRS works.

Free and Paid Versions

There are two versions of this game, a free version and a paid version. The free version only comes with a few levels, the paid comes with all of them.

Positions

There are positions on the screen, with numbers going from 1 to 8. These can be found on the left side going up and down, and also on the right side going the same direction.

Positions…

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Posted on Wednesday, June 8, 2016 by tunmi13

Intro

Sometimes, the dock is just so small, but you have so many apps that are essential, and you'd rather not go sifting through your pages looking for that app when you need it. With this cool trick, you can fit more than 4 apps in your dock, just by using folders. Here's how.

Quick Notes

I previously wrote this guide to demonstrate this process, but since then it has been very out of date. Therefore, I've updated the guide accordingly and I've split it into two…

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Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2016 by Scott Davert

There are many models of Bluetooth keyboards supported on iOS. The Amazon Basics Bluetooth Keyboard for Apple Devices, the Logitech line of keyboards, Apple's own set of keyboards, and many others. While it's impossible to cover the…

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Posted on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 by tunmi13

In this guide, I will be teaching you my method of adding entries to the iOS App Directory which can be found on the main page.

This method may be long the first time you do it, but as you do it more often, it starts getting easier and quicker.

To make this easier for you guys to navigate, I will put the guide in Heading Levels so you can find a certain spot instead of having to flick through a bunch of stuff.

Getting Started

Note: Before you proceed to the…

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Posted on Saturday, May 7, 2016 by Darrell Shandrow Hilliker

Introduction

VoiceOver, a feature Apple has built into all iOS devices to enable Braille and speech access for users who are unable to see the screen, has revolutionized the lives of countless thousands of blind people around the world. It works best when apps are deliberately developed in ways that ensure compatibility with VoiceOver, blind people are considered during development and included in all facets of the…

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Posted on Thursday, May 5, 2016 by Michael Babcock, Your Own Pay
I have included information about a podcast i just released for my podcast. It is my hope i can help you learn how to use some of the tools i'm learning to use. You can listen to the audio version of this podcast at the bottom of this post, as the podcast brands me, i didn't know if it would be able to be directly submitted to this site. In this demonstration, I start out logged into my ConvertKit account. You hear me click on the link at the top of the page titled "forms". And today we're…
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Posted on Sunday, May 1, 2016 by tunmi13

In this guide, I will teach you how to pass Scene 20 of A Blind Legend.

Quick Preview of Scene 19

In Scene 19, you had to defeat these demon men that were trying to eat you. They were fast attackers, and you defended yourself and fought with your sword, hacking and slicing and stabbing through every one.

Scene 20

Now that you have seen a quick preview of what you should do in Scene 19, I will now teach you how to pass Scene 20.

Louise will start by…

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Posted on Friday, April 29, 2016 by Elena Brescacin

Since 12th August 2015, Trivia Crack game has added a new feature, the cards. They are collectable items which can allow players to get extra-bonuses in coins, lives, or gems; coins are needed to use power-ups to help answering questions or obtain a second chance after a first mistake during a turn, lives (hearts) allow to play many games simultaneously, while gems are needed to get cards.

How to get cards

To get cards, we need gems. They can be obtained by playing games,…

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Posted on Thursday, April 14, 2016 by tunmi13

In this guide, I will be teaching you about using the Spotlight Search function on your Apple device.

What Is Spotlight Search

Spotlight Search allows you to search for results within apps, on the web, and more! It can even search for Mail, Contacts, Calendar Events, Notes, Reminders, the App Store, etc. And if you would like, it can search Wikipedia.

Changing Spotlight Search Settings

If you need to toggle some things off that you don't want Spotlight…

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Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016 by mehgcap

Intro

On the Apple Watch, you can save the names of twelve contacts, and access those contacts at any time by pressing the "Friends" button (the rectangle next to the digital crown). That's great, but what if you have more than twelve friends? What if you have a set of family members and a set of business contacts, but don't want the two all mixed together? The answer: groups.

Similar to groups in contacts on most platforms, the Apple Watch lets you make groups into which…

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Posted on Friday, March 25, 2016 by tunmi13

In this guide, I will be teaching you how to lock your notes using a password. Locking your notes can come in handy, especially in cases where someone wants to find out what your facebook or twitter username/password is. I will be guiding you on how to lock your notes, change your password, and also reset it.

Locking Notes

To lock notes, make sure your device is running iOS 9.3. Open the Notes app and tap on a folder you want to open, like iCloud. Notes are stored in…

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Posted on Monday, March 14, 2016 by tunmi13

Everyone knows that Siri is Apple's virtual assistant. From getting directions to finding pictures, Siri is the best. Before Siri, virtual assistants didn't sound human like. Instead, they were robotic and slow. But now we do have human virtual assistants, and one of them is Siri, and that is why I have created this guide to teach you some tips to using her.

I will also go in detail of the Siri Settings.

Tips to Using Siri

These tips include some jokes you can ask…

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Posted on Saturday, March 12, 2016 by tunmi13

Quick Notes

This guide was submitted when Garageband's interface was still based on iOS 7/8/9's iCloud Drive app, when the Files app never existed, and you had to have your files saved in iTunes File Sharing to access them.

This is no longer the case, so I've updated the guide based on its new interface.

Start of the Guide

In this guide, I'll be explaining the process of making ringtones using the GarageBand app.

No computer is necessary, and it…

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Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2016 by Devin Prater

introduction

Hello everyone. As most Mac users know, Pages is the word processor supplied by Apple. It is powerful, quick, but often mysterious and shrouded in myth and legend. I'm going to try to dispel some of that fear by giving you all tutorials on how to use features of pages, and sometimes comparing them to features of Windows, for those who are just starting out.

note

Please remember that, as I go through these tutorials, that I'll be using the "return" key…

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Posted on Saturday, March 5, 2016 by tunmi13

Bookshare is a cool site, but if you don't want to spend 20 bucks on Read2Go this is it. It offers you to read your books online on your mobile device.

You basically have two options for reading books on a mobile device. Method 1: Bookshare Web Reader#

Tap on the search field and type in your book, then hit search. Search for the book you want and when you find it, flick right until you hear Read Now. Your book will be prepared. Then,…

4 comments : last update or comment 1 year 3 months ago
Posted on Friday, March 4, 2016 by Ashley
After much searching of the internet and lots of trial and error, I managed to do this successfully. I thought I'd add my steps here as I have seen it asked for and have found no steps specific to installing an 8.1 bootcamp without vision or visual aids such as talking installers.. As a bit of background, I made this work with a 15 inch macbook pro mid 2013 and os 10.11 updated to the latest version. These steps can be performed using newer macs from the last two or three years and running the…
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Posted on Saturday, February 27, 2016 by TJT 2001

Since iOS 8.0, it has been possible to load the desktop version of some webpages in Safari in a comparatively easy manner.

Most people do the following to load a page:

1. Find the webpage.
2. Double-tap on the Share button.
3. Double-tap on "Load desktop site".

but there is a way of doing this that is much simpler.

To do it, find the "Reload" button and double-tap and hold on this button. A box will open from which you can choose to…

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