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IDG Contributor Network: iOS: Disable auto-play sound in Facebook videos

Facebook has made changes to how its iOS app plays videos. The company has decided to make videos automatically play sound, so now you’ll be stuck hearing advertisements and other babble when you scroll through your newsfeed.Not to worry, you can disable Facebook’s annoying auto-play sound in videos on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. A writer at Lifehacker has a quick and easy way to do it.Patrick Allan reports for Lifehacker: For your iPhone and iPad devices, start by opening the Facebook app and logging in if you haven’t already. Then:1. Tap the three-lined hamburger button in the bottom right corner of the screen.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
http://www.cio.com/article/3173069/software/ios-disable-auto-play-sound-in-facebook-videos.html#tk.rss_consumerelectronicsMicrosoft Office 2010
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IDG Contributor Network: iOS: The best email apps?

Despite the popularity of text messaging and FaceTime, email is still one of the most important communication functions on iOS devices such as the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Apple, of course, offers its own email app but there are lots of others available as well.But which email apps work best for iOS? As with most things it really is a question of beauty being in the eye of the beholder. Macworld has a great roundup of the best iOS email apps that summed that point up really well.Michael Simon reports for Macworld: Like it or not, email is a part of our lives. What started as an exciting declaration of “You’ve got mail!” has become a nonstop nuisance of beeps, buzzes and dings. All day long we’re inundated with a barrage of messages, and it’s all we can do to keep up. Important emails can get lost under the weight of so many extraneous ones, as our inboxes bulge at the virtual seams.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
http://www.cio.com/article/3170197/ios/ios-the-best-email-apps.html#tk.rss_consumerelectronicsMicrosoft Office 2010
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IDG Contributor Network: iOS: The best email apps?

Despite the popularity of text messaging and FaceTime, email is still one of the most important communication functions on iOS devices such as the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Apple, of course, offers its own email app but there are lots of others available as well.But which email apps work best for iOS? As with most things it really is a question of beauty being in the eye of the beholder. Macworld has a great roundup of the best iOS email apps that summed that point up really well.Michael Simon reports for Macworld: Like it or not, email is a part of our lives. What started as an exciting declaration of “You’ve got mail!” has become a nonstop nuisance of beeps, buzzes and dings. All day long we’re inundated with a barrage of messages, and it’s all we can do to keep up. Important emails can get lost under the weight of so many extraneous ones, as our inboxes bulge at the virtual seams.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
http://www.cio.com/article/3170197/ios/ios-the-best-email-apps.html#tk.rss_consumerelectronicsMicrosoft Office 2010
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4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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30% off Microsoft Foldable Keyboard for iOS, Android, and Windows devices – Deal Alert

This folding keyboard from Microsoft pairs with any combination of 2 iPads, iPhones, Android, Windows tablets, and Windows Phones. It features a water repellent keyset and fabric to protect against accidents. Unfold to turn on, and fold to turn off. Pairs quickly and reliably with Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Its built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 3 months on a single charge. It currently averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon (read reviews) from nearly 200 reviewers, and its list price of $100 is currently reduced to $70. See the discounted Microsoft keyboard now on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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30% off Microsoft Foldable Keyboard for iOS, Android, and Windows devices – Deal Alert

This folding keyboard from Microsoft pairs with any combination of 2 iPads, iPhones, Android, Windows tablets, and Windows Phones. It features a water repellent keyset and fabric to protect against accidents. Unfold to turn on, and fold to turn off. Pairs quickly and reliably with Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Its built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 3 months on a single charge. It currently averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon (read reviews) from nearly 200 reviewers, and its list price of $100 is currently reduced to $70. See the discounted Microsoft keyboard now on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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30% off Microsoft Foldable Keyboard for iOS, Android, and Windows devices – Deal Alert

This folding keyboard from Microsoft pairs with any combination of 2 iPads, iPhones, Android, Windows tablets, and Windows Phones. It features a water repellent keyset and fabric to protect against accidents. Unfold to turn on, and fold to turn off. Pairs quickly and reliably with Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Its built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 3 months on a single charge. It currently averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon (read reviews) from nearly 200 reviewers, and its list price of $100 is currently reduced to $70. See the discounted Microsoft keyboard now on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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IDG Contributor Network: iOS 10: Disable Auto-Correction

iOS 10 has many great features that can offer enormous value to its users. But not all of iOS 10’s features are appreciated by everybody. Some options can be downright annoying. And for some folks one of those potentially irritating features is built into the iOS keyboard: Auto-Correction.If you’ve used iOS, you are undoubtedly familiar with Auto-Correction. It can be a useful tool for some people, but it can also be an incredibly annoying pain in the rear end for others.If you’re one of the folks that are sick of dealing with Auto-Correction, don’t worry. You can easily disable it in iOS 10.How to disable Auto-Correction in iOS 10 Here’s how you can disable Auto-Correction in iOS 10:To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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