It turns out Spotlight search in iOS 7 (pull down on any Homescreen) is super, super useful. Here are some of the ways I’ve been using it to get stuff done faster.
Apple (finally!) made some big upgrades to Mail’s built-in search on iOS 7. You can now search for much more than people’s names and message subjects.
With bonus GIF thanks to Matthew Panzarino.
Apple could be clearer about some details of how Photo Stream and Shared Photo Streams work. But until then, I tried to simplify it all for you. Photo Stream and Shared Photo Streams have different purposes and a few different rules, but it is entirely possible to perpetually store most, if not all, of your photos and videos in iCloud.
Sometimes you don’t need 20 different apps just to search Wikipedia, IMDB, Reddit, Google Images, and so on. Sometimes all you need is a single app—Phlo for iPhone, iPad, and Mac—so here are some tips so you can search even faster.
Depending on how you use your device, this can get you back to shooting much faster than tapping Done.
Tiny thing, super handy.
One of the best iOS calendar apps just got a lot better with an all-new version that brought Reminders support, a full iOS 7 redesign, and even more natural language tricks. Get Fantastical 2 in the App Store and check out some tips for working even faster with it.
Another little thing, but pretty useful.