I recently updated the Google app on my iPhone and I have to say… Google Now is pretty cool. Cool enough that it’s now sitting in my launch bar. That being said, I’ve discovered an annoying bug with respect to Bluetooth integration.
As an iPhone owner, there’s no worse feeling than picking up your phone and have it refuse to turn on. You hit the “home” button and nothing happens. You hit the “power” button. Same result. What’s going on?
Last night I had my old iPhone re-activated. It was our oldest son’s birthday and he wanted nothing more than a smartphone to replace his old “feature” phone. Since none of us are eligible for an upgrade, this was the cheapest path.
Bummed that Apple booted Google Maps from their latest iOS update? Don’t despair. Google has promised a dedicated Google Maps app, much like they did for YouTube, but what can you do until it’s available?
As a followup to my previous post about changing the e-mail signature on your iPhone, I wanted to point out that it’s also possible to configure Gmail (or Google Apps) to use different signatures when using the mobile vs. desktop interface.
Does your iPhone append “Sent from my iPhone” to your outgoing e-mails? While there are good reasons for alerting people that you’re writing from a mobile device, you might want to remove or modify the default message. If so, read on…
I’ve had one of AT&T’s unlimited data plans since I first got an iPhone 3GS not quite three years ago. You can thus imagine my surprise when I checked my bill last month and discovered that I had been switched to 3GB/month limited data plan.
This is just a quick followup to me earlier post about the SMS-to-MMS group messaging behavior of the iPhone… As it turns out, you can disable this “feature” in your phone’s settings. Read on for details.