Posts tagged icloud

How To Backup iPhone Contacts With iCloud and iTunes

contactsIf you lose your iPhone or have to revert to factory settings because of an issue then you lose everything installed on it. Music and Apps are recoverable from iTunes and AppStore. But what about Contacts which can be lost forever? To avoid such a situation it is good practice to backup iPhone Contacts every so often. Read More

UYH Gold for iOS – Time To Put Away Your Keyboards?

uyhFor those users who don’t get along with their keyboards or have a difficult relationship with Siri, here is a tool which lets you write with a flourish of a finger. Use Your Handwriting does exactly what it says: you can write messages and notes in your own handwriting, as bad as it may be. Just tap to add a new note across ten categories – ranging from work to holiday – and write as much as you like and as quickly as you can. You can e-mail these notes and even tweet or “share” them on Facebook. Read More

iCloud Has 250 Million Users Now

icloudApple today announced Q1 2013 financial details. During the earnings call, Apple also announced that iCloud now has over 250 million users using the service. Back in October, the company reported that it had 190 million users and this latest reports clearly indicates the widespread use of the online cloud based service. Read More

Clear for Mac Will Be Priced At $6.99 Upon Launch For 24 Hours

Clear for MacClear will soon have a Mac App. The to-do lists manager from RealMac Software which was loved by users when launched for the iPhone will be very shortly available for the Mac with complete iCloud sync. As an introductory price offer, Clear for Mac will be available for $6.99 instead of the regular $14.99 for just 24 hours. Read More

iCloud Notifications Adapt iOS Style

icloud notificationRecent notifications that have been popping up on iCloud.com appear to be exactly like the ones you will notice on iOS. Apple already has optimized the “alert” style notification if you enter the wrong password during login to iCloud.com, and now they have used the “banner” notification system on iOS as noticed first by MacRumors. Read More

New iCloud Ad Released – “iCloud Harmony”


Apple has released a new TV Ad promoting iCloud titled “iCloud Harmony”. Embedded above. Don’t know why this one does not seem quite as attractive as other Apple ads. Looks like a rushed commercial. Read More

Free Version of Popular Repeat Timer Pro App Released

Repeat Timer LogoRepeat Timer Pro is an exceptionally well designed application that is extremely popular on the App Store. A reason for the same is that it is quite different to alternatives in the market, including that of Apple’s in house ‘Clock’ App. Today, the developer has released a free version. The proposed purpose for this could be for people who don’t want to pay for the Pro version, however another reason could be for people to try out the application before they make a purchase of the Pro version. A good idea and will potentially move the sales margin for this particular App, they will also potentially sell more of the Pro version of the App. Read More

Apple Planning Media Event At The End Of This Month, Expect No Shiny Stuff

We all want to know what our next iPad will look like, and we all also want to know about Apple’s new television. Well, according to AllthingsD apple is planning to host a small event later this month, but it won’t be about the iPad 3, nor the Apple TV set.

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Navigate to iCloud.com. It’s Now Available

20111012-214202.jpgiOS 5 was just made available, and with it comes iCloud. iCloud is the all magical cloud based service that revolutionarily backs up and allows you to access your data from any of your iOS or Mac. Now when you navigate to iCloud.com from your iPad for example, the website will automatically recognize your device, and help you either set up iCloud on your device, download Find my iPhone or Find my Friends (a new App).

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New Versions of iPod Nano and iPod touch Announced

ipodThat was shocking. Apple has just updated iPod nano and the iPod touch. The new iPod nano now allows you to swipe between icons instead of seeing a grid making it easier to navigate. As the iPod nano was being used as a watch more and more, Apple has added 16 new clock faces for our pleasure. Read More