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It always amazes me how many people don’t know how to use the one device that they carry with them everywhere they go.
I am talking about your phone.
It is the one item that you never leave home without… and if you do, you go back to get it.
Today, I want to share 7 lesser known settings and features that you should be using to maximize your productivity with your iPhone.
Everyone knows Siri.
Siri is the voice-based digital assistant on Apple’s iPhone.
Yet, many people don’t take advantage of the personal assistant living in their device.
Today, I want to show you 10 ways to save time with Siri.
Apple is back with new iOS and iPhone updates.
iOS 7 is a revolutionary upgrade to the iPhone’s operating system. It manages to balance the new with the familiar that makes the iPhone so simple to use.
The new iPhone 5s has several new technologies that make getting things done even faster and easier.
Today, I want to share some of the new productivity features of iOS7 and the iPhone 5s.
I have had a week now to put my iPhone 5 through its paces.
It’s no secret that I am an Apple fan.
I have previously written about how the iPhone and iPad have made us more productive.
(Here are 6 productivity features of iOS 6. A list of 12 gadgets the iPad has replaced. And a look at whether or not the iPad could replace your dayplanner.)
So, how does the iPhone 5 fare?
I recently discovered a great app for capturing ideas.
In fact, many of my recent blog posts started as a few random notes that I captured with this app.
It is now in my iPhone dock, right next to my todo list.
This app is appropriately named, “Drafts.”
And it will capture drafts of all your great ideas.
We use our iPads for more and more uses these days.
In fact, my iPad has almost replaced my laptop.
While I do not use my iPad for document creation, it is a very powerful tool for document review and reading.
Today, I want to show you a great app that makes it easy to manage, review, and even markup PDFs on your iPad.
Have you ever been on the road and wish you could scan a document?
Or in a meeting and needed to share a hard copy document?
However, your scanner was back in your office…
Today, I want to show you an easy solution.
My iPad has replaced many devices and one of those is a traditional document scanner.
The iPad has simplified our lives in many ways.
And it has changed the way we work and get things done.
I use my iPad daily at work and in my personal endeavors.
Often, I am asked for iPad app recommendations.
So, today I thought I would highlight 10 of my favorite iPad apps.
It’s no secret that I am a big iPhone fan.
I use my iPhone for almost all my mobile personal and business needs. As well, my iPad travels with me quite a bit.
This past week, Apple announced the new update for both devices: iOS 6.
After watching Apple’s announcement keynote from last week, I compiled a list of the top productivity enhancements coming in the iOS 6 release.