(Chapter 24 “Extra, Extra Read All About It” referred to on p.440) Learn how to speak with Siri – the iPhone’s voice recognition assistant. It won’t be long before you won’t be able to remember what it was like to function without her. Click here for printable instructions.
(as mentioned in Chapter 19 “Picture This” on p.328) You can perfect your digital photos after the fact. Draw that mustache you miss so much back onto Uncle Charlie’s face and erase the unfortunate one on Aunt Charlene. Let me show you how to crop, edit, and enhance your photos. Click here for printable instructions.
(Chapter 18 “Phone It In” on p.310) How do those kids go so fast when they’re texting? And what on earth do all those abbreviations mean? Stick with me, Kid, and I’ll show you all the tricks to master the art of texting. Click here for printable instructions.
(as mentioned in Chapter 18 “Phone It In” on p.298) The last thing you want to have happen is the battery on your smartphone (or tablet) pooping out when you need it most. Here are several ways you can save energy with your handheld device. Click here for printable instructions.
(Chapter 17 “Advanced Email” found on p. 279) In “Is This Thing On?” I showed you how to copy and paste on a computer. Let’s learn to do the same on your tablet (or smartphone). Click here for printable instructions.
(Chapter 13 “Spanning the Globe” referred to on p. 214) Improve your detective skills with your tablet (or smartphone) so you can find anything and everything you seek online. Click here for printable instructions. Click here for 100 FREE Recommended Apps.
(referred to in Chapter 11 “Shaking Hands” on p.108 and in Chapter 16 “Practical Precautions” on p.269) Protect yourself and your technology in case of loss or theft. Here are the simple steps to create a passcode for your smartphone or tablet. I promise it’ll become second nature to type it in and you’ll thank […]