How many of you have ever emailed a file - like a photo or a document - to your Mac from your iPhone or iPad, even as you sit right in front of your Mac? Yes, I've done it too, just like nearly every other Apple user on the planet. That's probably because using email to move files around works pretty well as long as your file is small enough to be attached.
Your vacation starts long before you head to the airport. Where should you go? What should you do? How much money should you spend? We’ve put together a list of apps that can put all of those answers into the palm of your hand.
Imagine this: You've got everything together for your international trip. The flight is booked, the hotel is reserved, the bags are packed and the excursions are all planned. Except you forgot one thing - you need to update your passport. How do you go about it? You could take a trip to your local post office or DMV and wait in agonizing lines, or you could download this awesome app I've found just for you.
In this post, we look at a smartphone app specifically designed to combat robocalls. We tested it on an iPhone for 30 days, and we're 50-50 on whether we'd recommend it. There were things we liked about it and things we thought could be better. There were also some entertaining moments when an answer bot intercepted telemarketing calls.