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Apple Music for iOS

Date : 3rd July 2015

Duration: 28:20

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MUSIC is here and it’s made for iOS!

MUSIC is the latest offering from Apple combining three new services - a new music streaming service, a new global Radio channel and Connect - a new way for fans to follow and interact with artists. Whilst MUSIC is great on the Mac, it’s even better on iOS.

Launched just a few short days ago, this episode brings you up to speed with installing and configuring this new service on iOS.

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iCloud Family Sharing on OS X

Date : 26th June 2015

Duration: 40:53

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iCloud Family Sharing is a great way to both reduce and manage the costs of buying Apps, Music, Videos and iBooks.

Up to six Family Members can pool their current purchases and share access with each other. With the iCloud Family Sharing "Organiser" in place, all purchases can be made with a single credit card, and if you have kids, you can authorise all requested purchase with "Ask To Buy".

With the soon to be launched MUSIC App, you’ll also be able to get a Family membership plan - six individual accounts for just $14.99.

You may have been putting it off, but now might be a good time to checkout iCloud Family Sharing.

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iCloud Family Sharing on iOS

Date : 26th June 2015

Duration: 11:26

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iCloud Family Sharing is a great way to both reduce and manage the costs of buying Apps, Music, Videos and iBooks.

Up to six Family Members can pool their current purchases and share access with each other. With the iCloud Family Sharing “Organiser†in place, all purchases can be made with a single credit card, and if you have kids, you can authorise all requested purchase with “Ask To Buyâ€.

With the soon to be launched MUSIC App, you’ll also be able to get a Family membership plan - six individual accounts for just $14.99.

You may have been putting it off, but now might be a good time to checkout iCloud Family Sharing.

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SaneBox Email Management - Part 2

Date : 19th June 2015

Duration: 24:41

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Following on from looking at the basic features of SaneBox last week, I take a look at even more features designed to allow you to manage your email overload effectively.

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Apple Watch - Part 6 - Alarms, Timer & Stopwatch

Date : 19th June 2015

Duration: 15:22

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Not surprisingly, Apple Watch has a number of time related apps!

As well as the customisable Watch faces, there are also separate apps for Alarms, Time and Stopwatch. 

In this episode, I run through the various functions and features of all three apps, plus a workaround for Podcast fans to sync Podcasts to your Apple Watch.

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SaneBox Email Management - Part 1

Date : 12th June 2015

Duration: 27:41

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Email can rapidly become overwhelming, unless you put steps and processes in place to manage it effectively.

Wouldn't it be great if someone stepped in and started to organise your email automatically, allowing only important emails into your Inbox. Even better, imagine someone constantly monitoring how you process email, learning as it goes and stepping in to help you out.

That's exactly what SaneBox does for you.

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Apple Watch - Part 5 - Calendar

Date : 12th June 2015

Duration: 14:44

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Apple Watch gives you access to the next 7 days of events from your iCloud calendar. Review the week in List view or drill in to a more detailed Today view. 

Get directions to your appointments, contact event organisers, find events using Siri or even create single events or recurring events using your Apple Watch. 

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Backing Up Photos

Date : 5th June 2015

Duration: 28:23

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It’s great having your Photos stored in the cloud, but you still need a backup!

If you rely on just a single cloud service to keep copies of your photos, it’s not a complete solution. Without a secondary backup, either locally or on another cloud service, you may find deleted photos are permanently gone. 

In this episode I look at some solutions for implementing secondary local and remote backups for your precious photos.

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Clear for iOS

Date : 5th June 2015

Duration: 14:39

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Whilst the more complex task managers have their place, sometimes you just want to create a simple to-do list. 

Clear is a simple application designed from the ground up for creating and checking off lists. Available for iPad, iPhone and the Mac, Clear is simple to use and gesture based. The iPhone App even has an Apple Watch app included.

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Command-C & PDF Toolkit +

Date : 29th May 2015

Duration: 29:11

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Allison Sheridan takes us through two of her favourite utilities - Command-C and PDF Tookit+

Command-C is a great utility that allows you to transfer the contents of your clipboard between your Mac and iOS devices both ways.

PDF ToolKit + allows you to manipulate PDFs easily and quickly - remove pages, extract images and compress your PDFs to allow for smaller file sizes. 

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Apple Watch - Part 4 - Activity & Health

Date : 29th May 2015

Duration: 16:43

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One of the most surprisingly useful aspects of the Apple Watch is its focus on Activity and Health. 

In this episode I take a look at the Activity Rings and the Workout App on the Apple Watch, along with a peek at the Activity App and the Health App on the iPhone. 

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Photos - Part 4 - Faces & Projects

Date : 22nd May 2015

Duration: 30:27

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Finishing my look at Photos, this week I examine Faces, Exporting and Projects.

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Paper by 53 - Update

Date : 22nd May 2015

Duration: 17:38

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Paper is a fantastic drawing application for the iPad that allows anyone to create beautiful, stylistic images for presentations and illustrations.

I've covered Paper by 53 before, but the application has been steadily improved and enhanced over time. The current release now includes Smart Shapes, making it even easier to draw business diagrams and much more - no artistic skills required!

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Photos - Part 3 - Keywords, Search & HoudahGeo

Date : 15th May 2015

Duration: 35:33

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Continuing my look at Photos, this week I examine Keywords and Searching. In addition, I also take a look at importing photos, and how to add GPS information to your photos before importing them.

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Apple Watch - Part 3 - Email, Photos & Music

Date : 15th May 2015

Duration: 15:48

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The third tutorial taking a look at the new Apple Watch, in which I delve more deeply into some of the new features, namely Email, Photos and Music .

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Fantastical 2 for Mac

Date : 8th May 2015

Duration: 35:46

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Fantastical 2 is a terrific calendaring app for the Mac, previously only available as a menu bar application. Now it has been re-vamped and relaunched as a powerful desktop application (and yet is still available from your menu bar).

Todd Olthoff takes us through a tour of the enhanced and improved features of this new version of the application, a credible alternative to the OS X Calendar app.

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Apple Watch - Part 2 - Siri, Handoff, Apps & Glances

Date : 8th May 2015

Duration: 18:21

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The second tutorial taking a look at the new Apple Watch, in which I delve more deeply into some of the new features.

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Photos - Part 2 - Using Photos

Date : 1st May 2015

Duration: 28:42

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Following on from last week, I continue my look at Photos.

Photos is the new photo management application to replace iPhoto and Aperture. Not a standalone application, Photos is baked into OS X, with deep integration with iCloud Photo Library. In this second of a three part series, I take a look at some of the features of the Photos App itself.

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Apple Watch - Part 1 - Introduction

Date : 1st May 2015

Duration: 19:07

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The Apple Watch is here! Well so says Apple's web site, but it's not here for everyone.

Regardless, I was able to order as soon as they were released and thankfully, I was one of the lucky ones to receive the Apple Watch on launch day. The least I could do was to create an Introduction to Apple Watch tutorial whilst I get to grips with the device.

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Photos - Part 1 - Setup

Date : 24th April 2015

Duration: 29:44

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Photos for Mac is here! Well it's been out for a few weeks, but always best to let things settle down a bit!

Photos is the new photo management application to replace iPhoto and Aperture. Not a standalone application, Photos is baked into OS X, with deep integration with iCloud Photo Library. In this first of a three part series, I take a look at some of the preparation tasks required before migration, as well as the migration process itself.