Believe it or not this isn't as straightforward as you might think if you aren't looking beyond the end of your nose. To turn off shuffle make sure you have the current track playing full screen as per the image on the left (see above). Swipe down a bit and there is the shuffle button. … Continue reading How to turn off shuffle in the iOS 12 music app
Wow, this amazing shortcut developed over at MacStories is phenomenal. If you want to see your most listened to artists, songs and genres in a calendar year get it now.
I've been bumping up the font on iOS slowly over the last year or so but after switching my Apple Watch to bold text (and preferring the look of it) thought I'd do the same on iOS. I've done this on my iPad and iPhone and prefer the look, I've also been able to reduce … Continue reading How to change to bold text on iOS
I don't normally do roundups on here but this year I thought I'd start a new tradition. As you know I switch apps quite a lot through the course of a year and I've tried a lot of different ways to get things done on my iOS devices. So here we go my first apps … Continue reading Apps of 2018
I've been using Apple Reminders or at least its backend for years on and off and always thought it needed work. Whilst the backend sync has been good the app hasn't been updated since what feels like years. It looks out of place and especially on iPhone isn't easy to use. I've been raising issues … Continue reading Is Apple abandoning Reminders?
Not sure why it's taken me so long to spot this one but I've found a way to move quickly through email. If you tap on a mail to view then want to move to the next without going back to the inbox use these arrows in the top right to move between mails.
I was feeling overwhelmed and my TO DO apps weren't serving me well so I did a brain dump to get everything out of my head and into a system to bring some calm and planning into my life, something I really need right now. I took my iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil and … Continue reading How I do a brain dump (GTD, capture, Apple Notes and TickTick)