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Native apps

What Are Native apps? Try To Eliminate Them

When you buy an Apple device, and we will focus specifically on the iPhone and iPad, you will know which are the native apps. Yes, those that come with the device. But to tell you the truth, many of them we never use, we have just opened them and they do not tell us anything.

One that comes to mind is the compass. Who uses it today? Is it so necessary that I am yes or yes? Maps has made the compass unnecessary, unless you like to try this method of orientation. Or the app for the Watch if you do not enjoy the benefits of the smart watch. Or maybe you want to remove Mail to replace it with more efficient ones like Spark. Do you want to know how to remove them?

How Are The Native Apps?
If we take a look at the support page of Apple,
there are many native apps that can be removed from your device without it being impaired in its performance. They warn that if what you are looking for is saving space, better do not do it. The high optimization of them makes that all together do not exceed the weight of 200 MB. But why continue to keep something that you will not use?

What Are These Apps?
Calculator
Calendar
Compass
Contacts
FaceTime
Search my friends
Start
iBooks
iCloud Drive
iTunes Store
Mail
Maps
Music
Notes
Podcasts
Reminders
Bag
Tips
Videos or TV
Voice notes
App Watch
Weather
Many times it makes up for replacing one native with another, we had set the example of Mail. But you can change Maps by Google Maps, the Time by others that populate the App Store as Ventusky or Living Earth. The fan is more open than ever.

Learn How To Remove Native Apps
The method is the same as you apply when you want to delete an app, you must do a long press on the icon until the symbol of the x appears. Clicking on it that app that you have abhorred on the screen will pass to a better life. Do not worry, if you regret the process is completely reversible. Just look for it with your name in the App Store and restore it.

The 4 Hidden Functions Of Your iPad

The 4 hidden functions of your iPad that you should start using
That the iPad is more alive than ever is something that is clear. Despite the fact that the iPad 2 of 2011 has just been made obsolete, the arrival of the new devices launched by Cupertino augurs a new cycle. But there are many people who find themselves with the following tessitura, they use the iPad every day, but with basic functions.

The arrival of iOS 11 came to greatly magnify this tablet, giving a huge boost and getting the distance with respect to the use of it in front of a computer is reduced. Therefore, we have prepared this article in which we show some features that you should apply from now and which you do not know how to access.

Learn how to use these little-known features on your iPad
Use the keyboard as a TrackPad
Since I discovered it, I can not do without this trick. When you are writing, for example, the Notes app, and you have noticed that there is some text error something above, you do not have to juggle to get to that point. Simply leave the space key pressed, the keyboard elements disappear and you can put the pointer at ease just like you do on your MacBook. It saves you a lot of time and prevents you from despairing. Oh, it also works on your iPhone.

Split the keyboard
Yes, many people love this trick when it comes to holding the iPad when they are standing. It is very simple to do, put the keyboard in any app that makes use of it, and press the icon that you have in the lower right that shows the keyboard. Click on the split option, and the keyboard will open like the waters of the Red Sea before Moses.

Anchor the most used apps in the Dock
The reason for doing so is simple, always at hand and not wasting time. To do this press the app you want to anchor non the bottom of the screen until it starts to shake, and once done, drag it to that place. Said and done.

Look at the recent documents that you have worked with an app
And no, you do not need to use Spotlight for it. You just have to go to the icon of that particular app and press it for a second. You will see a small preview of the last open documents.

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How To Disconnect From Social Media And Internet

Messaging applications and social networks are an incredible incentive, now we are more connected than ever and fortunately, it is possible to get back in touch with people who lost track years ago. However, these networks and messaging apps can have a negative side, the excessive abuse of them makes us watch the screen and steals a time that we can devote to other things.

There are no magic formulas with respect to them, but we think that there may be certain guidelines with which we can learn to say enough. And no, it’s not about applying radical changes and abandoning these networks or apps definitively, but learning to “put them on hold”.

Tricks to not be so aware of social networks and messaging apps

First of all, keep in mind that social networks are not essential. If you are, it’s because you want and that’s it, the same thing happens with messaging apps. Surely you use WhatsApp and Telegram , apart from iMessage or some other. The fact of being more connected than ever makes us at the same time to be more aware. And from the experience of being in various social networks and working with iPhone and iPad, I’ll give you some guidelines that may be useful.

Leave the phone when you can at home
We have become badly used to always carrying it, it is obvious that its mission is to communicate. But it is very healthy to leave it at home sometimes if you are going for a walk or you think you do not need it. The world does not end because of it.

Turn it off when going to sleep
I acquired this custom years ago and it is good life insurance. After all, I have a landline at home and if something happens I will be reachable. Going to bed with the phone does not seem like the best idea, we always think that it will only be a few minutes and one hour goes by easily, and what is worse, without doing anything, just scroll.

Check your groups
Now a WhatsApp group is made for anything from a dinner to the friends of the school. Think that many times we get into one of them and we do not want to be. Perhaps we need, at a general level, more education in the use of these. If it bothers you to be in one or think you are investing a lot of time in it, it is best to leave it. But do not do it to the brave, communicate your wishes not to be, send a greeting and jump. You will be fine and you will have got rid of worry.

Manage your time well with networks
Social networks are what they are, and nothing more. Many times we have the feeling of having lost control and devote more time than it should. Neither does it need to be radical and abandon them completely, it is only necessary to quantify the time that we are going to dedicate each day. It is true that networks entertain and inform you, but never allow them to steal your time.

There is life beyond them, so think if you deserve that that excessive spending. To disengage from them, or at least to become aware of the use of smartphones, I recommend you try the Moment app. It makes you aware of screen time , something that already included iOS 12, but provides a series of tricks to live better.

Do not publish everything
If we spend more time than due to them, we run the risk of giving too much of our own data. It is amazing to see with there are people who write too many your day, and most of them to tell banal things. For example “Here bought the bread”. I do not know who might be interested in this, but it’s an all too common attitude. It is also often seen on Instagram, but with the added bonus of accompanying it with a photo of the face itself. Stop to think and analyze. What am I contributing to it? I will not be giving the opposite image of what I intend?

Each one owns his actions, but networks are too often converted into shop windows where there is not much to see. For that reason, I always have 2 maxims: never publish what I do not want to be known about me , and make contributions that do have an impact. I prefer a post on Facebook good to 3 mediocre.

Is it convenient to be radical?
That is, eliminate my social profiles. I am not a supporter unless you have it very clear, but it is better to go with caution and think better about how much time I will devote daily to networks, and what new things I can start doing with what I earn. Maybe it’s a good way to see that networks are not everything. And like everything in life, in the middle term is a virtue.