How to See Your Recently Added Songs in Apple Music

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Would you like to easily see your recently added songs in Apple Music? If you’re enjoying Apple Music on iPhone and iPad, you may appreciate an ability to view recently added songs within the Music app.

Many iPhone and iPad owners utilize the stock Music app that came pre-installed on their devices for listening to their favorite songs, and there’s a pretty good chance they’ve subscribed to Apple Music too. That would make perfect sense, as Apple’s music streaming service is bundled right in, and it works seamlessly when used along with other Apple…

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Just Moved? Here’s How to Force Siri to Recommend Your New Address

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Apple has made plenty of welcome additions to Siri and CarPlay interactions with recent iOS updates, and the two now work together more seamlessly for giving directions, operating apps, and more. However, Siri recommendations aren’t always accurate, and this can create problems when your address changes.

If you’ve recently moved to a new home, you may find that Siri on CarPlay keeps suggesting your old home address during navigation.

This can get annoying quickly, and it can be tricky to determine what you need to…

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How to Connect Xbox and PlayStation Controllers to Your Apple Device

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One of the lesser-known features added in last year’s iOS 13, iPadOS 13, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13 updates was the ability to connect Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers to your Apple devices. In the video above, I show you how to pair these controllers with an iPad to play games like Fortnite and Minecraft.

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How to Select a Word, Sentence, or Paragraph on iPhone & iPad with Gestures

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Want to master selecting words, sentences, and paragraphs on iPhone and iPad? Then you might want to learn how to use the text selection gestures in iOS and iPadOS, which allow to easily select text on the devices for copying, cutting, editing, correcting, deleting, or whatever other purpose you may have.

Are you interested in trying out the text selection gestures on your iOS device to edit quicker? This article will be discussing how you can select specific words, sentences, or paragraphs using gestures on iPhone & iPad.

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Using the New Drop Caps Feature Of Mac Pages

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https://macmost.com/e-2154 The new version of Pages includes a powerful Drop Caps feature with a ton of options. You can use Drop Caps to make the first letter or word of a paragraph stand out. This also works in Keynote and Numbers.

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How to Open Keynote File on Windows PC with iCloud

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Opening Keynote presentation files on a Windows PC can be done easily with the help of iCloud, and no document conversion or extra apps are needed. If you own or work with multiple devices and platforms and often find yourself switching between them, you may come into the scenario where you’re on a Windows PC and you need to access and open a Keynote document on that PC arriving from or created on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad. This is a pretty routine scenario for many workplaces and schools, so if you find yourself needing to open, edit, and access Keynote files in…

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Export From the Notes App Using a Script

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https://macmost.com/e-2141 In Mac Notes you can only export one note at a time as a PDF file. With the help of a script, you can quickly and easily export all of your notes to html files as a backup or archive. You can also save notes this way to clear out your Notes app.

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How to Copy & Paste on iPhone & iPad with Gestures (iOS 13)

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Want to copy and paste on iPhone or iPad using gestures? The latest releases of iOS and iPadOS offer new gestures for manipulating data including new approaches for copying and pasting data, and they’re pretty simple to use once you learn what the copy gesture and paste gesture is for the newest iPhone and iPad models.

Interested in trying out these new copy and paste gestures on your Apple devices to save some of your time? In this walkthrough, we’ll be discussing how you can copy and paste on iPhone & iPad with gestures rather than the tap and hold or

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How To Apply a Stamp To a PDF On Your Mac

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https://macmost.com/e-2140 If you need to place a simple stamp to a PDF file on your Mac, you can do it using the markup tools available in Preview, Mail and other apps. You can reuse these stamps by creating a blank PDF just to hold them, and then copying and pasting stamps when needed.

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How to Use iCloud Keychain on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to store all your online account information, logins, and passwords in one place? You might be interested in trying out iCloud Keychain, a handy password management tool that’s baked into iOS, iPadOS, and MacOS devices, and that automatically syncs that login keychain data between your other iPhone, iPad, and Mac hardware too.

There are plenty of password managers that you can download and install from the App Store today. However, iOS users don’t necessarily need to rely on such apps, as the built-in Keychain feature is fully capable of securely…

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