You know those digital booklets that come with albums you buy from iTunes? Turns out there’s an easy way to get them into iBooks for Mac and iOS.
Very welcome addition to the iPad Air’s Smart Cover.
I’ve been giving it a try more often lately and there’s some great stuff here.
Foursquare dropped support for using awesome apps like Launch Center Pro to make check-ins easier, but there’s still a way you can use it to quickly check into your favorite places. Jason Cipriani at CNET has you covered.
Fair warning: if your device is muted and you call on Siri, it will still beep and speak to you at normal volume.
Siri used to deliver some rather opinionated takes on sci-fi movies, and while those have largely been left behind it turns out the digital assistant has some strong feelings when it comes to Spike Jonze’s recent film Her.
Just tried this. It actually worked.
Facebook for iPad can make free WiFi calls to other Facebook users. Tap Messages, a contact, and the info button (•••) at the top.
Your contact can answer the call with Facebook Messenger on iPhone, iPad, and Android, or even on the web with a Mac or PC.
Facebook calls can work over your wireless plan too, but I bet it gobbles data. Careful with those.
Rego for iPhone lets you save places in collections, view them all on a map at once, and add photos and notes.
It’s all private unless you choose to share with friends, and it’s super useful for things like vacation planning, house hunting, keeping track of your doctors, places to photograph, and more! Check out Rego in the App Store.
Plus, it’s free to try and only $4.99 to unlock the full version and all features!