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Tip of the Day: How to Use Apple Pay in an App

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Apple Pay works with over a dozen retail apps and more are being added to the list every day. If you're not sure which ones it will work with, there is a current list of participating apps right here. Don't fret if your favorite app isn't on the list. It's only a matter of time before everyone will be participating.



Tip of the Day: How to Remove a Song from Your iPhone (But Not Your Library)

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Sometimes we come across a random song that we didn’t mean to add to our iPhone library. Sometimes our kids download inappropriate songs. And sometimes, we just get tired of songs and want to change our library up a bit. We recently found a song with explicit lyrics on my younger son's Playlist on my phone (you can tell by the 'E' circled next to the song title). We promptly deleted the song with just a couple of taps. 



Tip of the Day: Get Directions from a Place That Is Not Your Current Location in Apple Maps

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Usually, you’re looking for directions to a place from your current location. But if you’re looking for directions from a place you plan to visit later, use this step-by-step guide to plan your route!



Tip of the Day: How to Use the Cropping Tool in iOS 8

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When it comes to editing your images, the Photos app has always been a bit of a disappointment, even for the most basic of editing tasks. Thankfully, Apple has added a slew of new features to its Camera and Photos app, including an improved cropping tool.



Tip of the Day: How to Share a Station You Created In iTunes Radio

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I love sharing music with my friends and family (especially when I want to push them to get to the gym!), but it’s not possible to share purchased music in iTunesyou’d have to purchase the song for them. Now, you can easily create and share iTunes Radio stations! It's the next best thing.



Tip of the Day: How to Bypass a Bluetooth Device When Taking or Making a Call on Your iPhone

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A lot of gadgets connect via the iPhone’s built-in Bluetooth these days. But what if you’re listening to music on your portable speaker and don’t want the whole room to hear your conversation once you pick up the phone?



Tip of the Day: How to Slow Down the Triple- and Double-Click Shortcuts

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The triple- and double-click shortcuts are designed to let you easily maneuver through a few features of your iPhone. The double-click shortcut lets you find the recent apps you’ve used as well as recent Contacts, and the triple-click shortcut allows you to quickly enter most Accessibility features. However, the triple- and double-click Home commands have a default setting that might be too fast for some to push. 



Tip of the Day: How to Use Guided Access for Toddlers

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Little ones love using iDevices with the games and the swiping and the buttons. However, the owners of those devices may not love it when their toddler starts accessing other apps, notes, or the actual phone. Luckily, there is a way to disable all apps but the one you want your toddler to play with. 



Tip of the Day: Use Reader Mode in Safari for Easier Reading

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Web pages are often cluttered with ads and menus, all of which can be distracting if you're just trying to focus on reading the text. Fortunately, Safari has a Reader Mode that removes all those distractions and presents the page's text and images in a simple and attractive fashion.



Tip of the Day: How to Quickly Zoom In on Your iPhone or iPad Screen

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If you constantly find yourself squinting at your iPhone screen and you're tired of always pinching and zooming in and out, you can try turning on your iPhone's Zoom setting for easy zooming.



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