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Treating the Mac App Store As a Cloud Service (MacMost #1867) When you buy or download a free app in the Mac App Store, you can load it on any Mac using the same Apple ID. You can also easily remove the app if you don’t think you need it in the near future, and then download it again any time you wish. You load apps with the Mac App Store and remove them with LaunchPad. This makes the Mac App Store similar to cloud services from Adobe and Microsoft.


Taking RAW Photos With Your iPhone (MacMost #1866) You can take RAW photos with your iPhone, you just can’t do it with the default Camera app. Apple does allow third-party apps to access the hardware and software needed to take RAW photos, so you can use one of the many options to do it. RAW photos provide a lot more flexibility than HEIC or JPEG photos, but with a much larger file size. Using a third-party app means you can keep using the Camera app for regular photos and use the other app when you want to take RAW.


Resetting Your Mac's NVRAM and SMC (MacMost #1865) Resetting the Non-Volatile memory and System Management Controller is one way to troubleshoot problems with your Mac. But the methods for resetting those have changed with the latest hardware which include T2 chips. Most users will never have to deal with these, but if you do, learn Apple’s recommended method for resetting these.


What Is 5G? (MacMost #1864) 5G is the name given to the next generation of mobile data networks. It will be much faster than the current 4G/LTE networks we use with our iPhones today. That speed may lead to other uses, such as as a replacement for home network options as well. The problem with 5G is that it doesn’t have the range of 4G, so it will require more transmitters spaced closer together. Therefore, it may only be used in cities.


How to Download TikTok Videos on iPhone

TikTok is currently the most fun app for short-form videos. Yes, it’s even more popular than Instagram when it comes to vertical videos. The app, previously known as, lets users create fun 15 seconds lip-sync videos. You can spend hours just looking at fun videos in TikTok. But what if you want to download and save some of your favorite TikTok videos offline? Or share them with your friends on WhatsApp? That’s quite easy to do.

How to Download Videos in TikTok App

The app has a built-in download feature. And it works with most public facing and viral videos.

Step 1: Open the TikTok app and find the video you want to download.

Step 2: Tap on the Share button and select Save Video.

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Now, the video will be downloaded in the background and will be stored to your device, locally. To find the save video, open the Photos app and swipe to the bottom of the All Photos album.

How to Download TikTok Videos Using Instagram Stories

There are some videos which won’t have a Save Video button. But don’t worry, there’s a simple workaround. You just need the Instagram app installed (and logged in).

Step 1: Open the TikTok app and find the video.

Step 2: Tap on the Share button. You won’t find the Save Video button. Instead, tap on the Stories button (or Instagram button).

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Step 3: You’ll see the progress bar for saving the video. Then the app will open Instagram, with the screen for adding a new story. You’ll find the video here playing already.

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Step 4: Tap on the Download button from the top toolbar. The video has just been saved to your Camera Roll. Tap on the X button to exit the story view.

How to Download TikTok Videos Using Total Files App

If you don’t want to use Instagram, you can use a file manager app like Total Files to download the video.

Step 1: Open the TikTok app and find the video.

Step 2: Tap on the Share button and select Copy Link.

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Step 3: Open the Total Files app and tap on the Globe icon in the bottom-right.

Step 4: From the URL bar, paste in the link we just copied and tap on Go.

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Step 5: Play the video and it will play in full-screen view.

Step 6: Tap on the screen and the app will ask you if you want to download the video. Tap on the green Checkmark button and choose a destination.

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Step 7: Tap on the File icon and from the Local section, you’ll see the downloaded video right there. From here, tap on the Menu button next to the video for options. You can convert the video to audio, or upload to a cloud account. If you want to save it to Camera Roll, tap on Share and then choose Save Video.

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Source: iPhone Hacks: How to Download TikTok Videos on iPhone by Khamosh Pathak

Numbers for iPad Tutorial 2019


This is a tutorial for Numbers for iOS. Find out about the latest features, and powerful tools that make this as impressive as Microsoft Excel.

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0:00-0:33 Intro
0:33-0:56 Creating a new document/template picker
0:56-1:31 Adding columns and rows
1:31-2:42 Naming Document/Organising and Renaming Sheets/Duplicating Sheets
2:42-3:15 Entering data
3:15-6:01 Table Customisation/Freeze Rows and Columns
6:01-7:39 Cell Formatting
7:39-8:12 Undo/Redo
8:12-11:00 Conditional Highlighting
11:00-11:28 Cell Data Format
11:28-15:15 Sliders/Steppers/Pop-Up Menu (Drop-down)/Tick box/Star Rating
15:15-18:05 Cell Actions/Date/Time/Formula/Stocks/Comments/Quick Filter/Quick Formulas (Sum, Average etc)
18:05-21:32 Column Actions/Sorting/Filters (Advanced options)/Smart Categories/Hide Column/Column Fit/Resizing Columns
21:32-22:27 Add a Table/Move/Resize
22:27-26:03 Adding and Editing Graphs/Selecting Multiple Columns/Graph Templates/Interactive Charts
26:03-27:29 Adding and editing shapes
27:29-28:29Adding and editing images/video/audio
28:29-29:49 Drawing/Edit Drawing/Animate Drawings
29:49-31:44 More Menu: Collaboration/Sharing Options/Export to PDF, Excel, CSV/Printing/Find (and Replace)/Settings: Author Name, Autocorrect/Password Protection

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