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If you’ve ever listed an item for sale on Craigslist using your telephone number as a point of contact, you know that your iPhone can quickly blow up with unwanted calls, even long after the sale has been finalized. Today we’re going to show you how to block callers on your iPhone so that you …

Your iPhone battery is one of the best available in the smartphone market. Still, if you’re a heavy user, it can sometimes seem your battery barely lasts through the day and often conks out just when you need your phone most. Are you charging your iPhone the right way? Today we’re going to cut through …

By default, the iPhone does not alert you visually to text messages, emails or missed calls awaiting your attention. For those moving from Android or Windows devices, this is much-missed feature. Good news iPhone enthusiasts: you can still get visual alerts on your smartphone. Here’s how to do just that. What are visual alerts and …

Using your iPhone to make international phone calls over your carrier’s network can quickly drain your bank account. Thanks to a feature that Apple has built-in to your iPhone, you can actually make free international (and long distance) calls anytime you’re within Wi-Fi range. Why use Wi-Fi and not an app? Truth: There’s a ton …

If your thumbs and other digits often get in the way while you’re trying to text or type a note, you’re going to love this tip on how to quickly undo typing. Just shake! Deleting unwanted letters that are mistakenly typed while texting isn’t particularly difficult, but it is time consuming. And if you’ve managed …

Poor cellular or Wi-Fi connections and Apple Store issues can cause downloads from the App Store to stall, where they’ll live in limbo forever on your iPhone until you manually get rid of them. Here’s the step-by-step process to do just that. What does a “stuck” app look like If you’ve tried downloading an app …

Providing your teen with a cell phone definitely has its pros and cons. On one hand, you can reach your child at all times. They will more than likely be constantly checking their phones, so in return can check in with your more often while they are out and about. On the other hand, once …

Remember the days when you went on vacation and toted along a digital or film camera, plus an actual address book, to-do list, and a bag full of maps? Thanks to the introduction of smartphones, all those tools are now confined within one device: your iPhone. Did you know your iPhone also has a built-in …

Apple’s native Reminders app is a decent enough tool for creating quick standalone lists, but it also comes with a handful of limitations that prevent it from being useful in every situations. You cannot, for example, make one shopping list with multiple checklists for different stores. Instead, you are required to create separate reminders for …

I pocketed $550 when selling my used iPhone last year, money I was able to put toward the purchase of a new phone. You can do the same, and it’s easier than you think. Before proceeding with the below steps, make sure you’ve either canceled your current cellular contract or replaced the old device with …

There is nothing more important than battery health when it comes to your smartphone. When your iPhone’s battery runs out of steam, it’s really nothing more than a pretty paperweight, incapable of doing anything until it’s charged up again. And that can be a mandatory three to four hour wait, especially if your phone conked …

If you’ve had your iPhone or iPad for any length of time, you’ve undoubtedly had some experience with Siri, Apple’s built-in personal assistant that can be summoned by pressing and holding the Home key on the front of your iDevice. Siri can perform hundreds of tasks and answer thousands upon thousands of questions, including math …

When you hit keys on an old school typewriter or a mechanical computer keyboard, you expect there to be some noise. Since there is no way to silence that tap-tap-tap sound, those who prefer the aesthetics and feel of word processors and typewriters and mechanical keyboards to the more updated touchscreens,  get used to the …

Have you installed IOS 9 to your iPhone or iPad yet? To the average user, IOS 8 and IOS 9 do not really seem much different. However, if you take a few minutes to look a little closer, you will see the jewel that IOS 9 really is. Here are 12 amazing reasons why you …

Middle School Science Pro 8th Grade is an engaging way to encourage students to review middle school science concepts. Two modes of play, the ability to earn banana tokens and unlock levels, and the potential to gather game enhancements will help many students stay more engaged.

This interactive app is the perfect way to teach your child to count. It contains all the fun of counting a bag of sweets, but none of the toothache. Kids will love learning with this fun and engaging app.

iLearnWith Poko: Emotions uses videos with short stories to help kids learn to recognize emotions and begin to understand how different situations can affect a character’s feelings.

This is by far one of the cutest book apps I have found. The illustrations are incredible and the narration adds so much life to an already great book!

From its opening jingle to the flying stickers, kids will enjoy nearly every aspect of Preschool EduKitchen. While enjoying the game, they will also build their logical thinking skills.

This app for preschoolers uses bright colors and positive reinforcement to help kids learn their letters, numbers, shapes and concepts such as biggest and smallest and making matches.