Typing long email addresses, complex names or standard messages is a breeze with the new Shortcuts feature on iOS 5. Here’s how to put Shortcuts to work for you.
Kiwis now have a free spellchecker they can use that will recognise New Zealand placenames and check spelling in Māori. Here’s what it is and how to get it.
Some of us can be quite pedantic about spelling: is it ‘color’ or ‘colour’ for example? If your Mac is constantly bugging you about your (correct) spelling then perhaps you need to tune up your spellcheck settings. Guest author Alan Macdougall brings us an extremely handy Tip.
If you’ve spent a lot of energy on styling one chunk of text and need other chunks styled just the same way, then copying and pasting just the style — without the text itself — is the way to go. Here’s how.
If you write anything that involves research, or that’s longer than a simple blog post, you need both Scrivener 2 and Take Control of Scrivener 2. It’s powerful software and an invaluable guide.
Your Mac has a perfectly fine reading voice that sounds fairly human. Here’s how to get your Mac to read things to you.