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One of the things that many people miss on their iPad and iPhone is a way of saving the documents, images, spreadsheets and various other documents that they receive or load into some sort of file manager - so that these files can be easily accessed at any later point.
Well, there is an app that is temporarily free in the App Store that provides this very capability.
It is called File Manager - Folder Plus, and is normally priced at over $6 (which is pretty expensive in the app terms).
Here is the link to the app in the App Store.
Why not download it and give it a try while it is free. You can always delete it again if you decide you don't need it.
Update 21/5/15: This free offer has now expired - the app now shows a price of $6.49. If you are still looking for a good file manager for your iPhone or iPad, you might also consider the fantastic app GoodReader (my preference), which is the same price.
Here also is a recent article about some other iPhone/iPad File Managers: The 7 best iPhone and iPad file manager apps.
Meed further advice or assistance with managing files on your iPad and iPhone? Contact iTandCoffee on 1300 885 420 or email email@example.com.
1/5/2015 0 Comments
Do you find that you seem to sometimes 'lose' emails in your inbox - that you look for an email that you are sure that you received on a particular day, but just can't find it in the list of emails you received on that day?
Perhaps you use the Search feature and do end up finding the required email - but remain frustrated that it seems to be hidden away, grouped with other emails deemed to be part of the same 'conversation'.
This iTandCoffee Handy Hint shows you how to turn off this 'grouping' of emails so that you can see them just listed in the date/time order that they were received:
Non-members will have to wait to see if this hint appears as the free hint in a future iTandCoffee Handy Hint Newsletter.
Or, why not Join the Club today - find out more about The iTandCoffee Club, and how to join, here.
Microsoft has launched a new website, offering a program that attempts to guess the age of the people shown in a photo that you upload.
(Click on the image to see the article about the Microsoft program from today's Age newspaper.)
I had a play with it this morning. Depending on the photo - my age ranged from 42 to 59!
I tried it on a few other faces, and found that it rarely guessed anyone's age correctly - usually adding years to peoples' ages.
Try it out yourself and see what you find.
Here is the website: How Old Do I Look?
For those Evernote users who have ever considered subscribing to the Premium Evernote service - to gain features such as additional storage, offline notebooks and passcode lock - Evernote has just announced two tiers for its subscription service, the first of which is half the cost of its previous 'Premium' subscription service.
Check out the article about the new offerings:
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