Built-in password manager for iPhone and iPad: how to use it in apps and websites
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Before the release of iOS 11, the process of entering a login and password looked like this: the user opened 1Password (or any other third-party password
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How do I display only open apps in the macOS Dock?
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In macOS, the dock plays a rather important role. The Dock displays minimized windows, the trash can, running applications. But there is another important
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How to disable password on iPhone and iPad when installing free apps from the App Store
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When installing applications from the App Store, users are forced to enter their Apple ID password every time, even if the game or program is distributed
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Face swap, gender change, hairstyles, makeup, body shaping, effects and masks on photos and videos for iPhone – 20 best apps
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Recently, applications for instant face replacement in photos and videos are gaining popularity. In the App Store, this type of software is presented by
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New in iOS 14: How to quickly navigate menus within apps
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Apple is renowned for constantly delivering small and subtle features that can dramatically improve the performance of your iPhone or iPad.
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Remove Recent and Suggested Apps from the iPad Dock
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Since the release of iOS 11, iPad has a lot of features to help you be more productive. One of them is the Dock, known from macOS. Among other things, “
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New in iOS 14: How to Hide Individual Apps from the iPhone Home Screen
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iOS 14 (a detailed overview of new features) makes it easy to get rid of clutter on the home screen by hiding entire pages of applications from view.
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How to Crop Videos on iPhone and iPad without Third Party Apps
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With each subsequent release of iOS, the Cupertinos are implementing new functionality, thanks to which we can abandon many free and paid analogues from
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Useful free macOS apps not found on the Mac App Store
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Recently, the trend for the appearance of open source programs for Mac has intensified. Among the emerging software there is no shortage of quality options.
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2 ways to leave the right apps in Dock on Mac (macOS)
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Toolbar Dock configured so as not to “clog” yourself with rarely used programs. If you open the application from the folder of the same name
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