To quickly open a web page without first having to open Safari add the page to your iPhone or iPad’s Home Screen. It takes only a tap or two. Here’s how.
Start looking at a web page on your iPad, then pick it up later on your iPhone or Mac. Here’s how iCloud makes it easy to share open browser tabs between devices.
Because the iPad has a larger screen it’s able to offer Tabs in Safari. The iPhone and iPod touch have smaller screens, so use separate Pages instead. Here’s how to open up links on either device without losing the Page you’re already viewing.
Do you know all you need to know about using Safari on your Mac? You may be surprised by the useful features you’re missing out on. Read on to find out if you should learn more.
You want to read a web page, but not just now. You want to save it to read later, but not clutter up your Bookmarks menu with a web page you’ll only visit once. In Lion Apple have solved this problem for you. Read how now. Or later.
I expect my Mac to do the hard work for me. And I have many techniques for making that happen. Techniques I wanted to share with you all. That’s why I’ve crafted an ebook, just for you, with 22 of my favourite timesavers.