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#405 iCloud Drive and Files: Portable, accessible cloud storage

If you have an iCloud account you can access files and folders from ANY internet enabled device – you don’t need an iPad, iPhone or Mac computer. Using an Internet browser you can access your iCloud account and then upload and download any files. This short video will show you how to access your account,… Continue reading #405 iCloud Drive and Files: Portable, accessible cloud storage

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#400 iCloud Website: Powerful and easy access to apps and files

Did you know that if you have an iPad, iPhone or Mac computer you can gain access to files, documents, photos and reminders from any computer – be it Mac or Windows? Going to the iCloud website, http://www.icloud.com and entering your Apple ID and password will give you secure access to lots of information that… Continue reading #400 iCloud Website: Powerful and easy access to apps and files

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#395 Boomerang: Mini video creation

Boomerang is a nifty little app produced by the same people as Instagram. With one simple press it takes 10 pictures and loops them together to create a mini video. This can be shared on popular social media networks or saved to the camera roll and used in other applications. It’s free and it’s available… Continue reading #395 Boomerang: Mini video creation

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#390 iOS Control Centre – No sound and do not disturb settings

In recent times Apple have moved settings around and it’s not always obvious where to find them. We’ve recently experienced one of our academics having issues in getting the audio to play on a video, despite all of the obvious settings it ended up being another setting in the Control centre. Additionally you may want… Continue reading #390 iOS Control Centre – No sound and do not disturb settings

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#385 Amending iOS Location & Data Settings

Sometimes eagerness takes over and we can mistakenly accept or decline settings. If your iPhone or iPad apps are asking for location settings or mobile data then this one is for you. In this video we’ll take you through how to enable (or disable) location settings and mobile data. Image courtesy of Pixabay CC0

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#381 Take control of iPhone camera settings with the Moment Lens app

This free nifty little iPhone app allows you take better control of your camera settings, for both taking pictures and shooting video. You can adjust picture format settings (Jpeg, TIFF and Raw) as well as having more control over focus, temperature and exposure settings. All of your pictures and video are stores in the camera… Continue reading #381 Take control of iPhone camera settings with the Moment Lens app

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#375 Tracking student Activity with Moodle Participation report

Sometimes you might want to know the engagement from students about resources and activities within Moodle. This video shows how to do that using the Course participation report. Featured image: “Minature Figures” by WiR_Freebies is licenced under CC0