Posts tagged "tutorial"

iOS Tip: Quickly Check Your Data Usage for AT&T

This tip for the common soul who is numb minded when using an iOS device is meant to demonstrate how to quickly track the amount of data you've used for each of your billing periods. It's simple, and can be done without the use of an application.

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iOS for Noobs: How to Enter Promo Codes

What with all of the giveaways we've been running over here at iPhone Alley, it's no wonder that the question will arise of how to enter these so called "promo codes" that we giveaway every so often (daily, to tell the truth). So, to give an answer to the noobs (no offense) whom these questions have come from behalf of, below are the steps you need to take to enter a promo code.

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Tutorial: Easily Make High Quality Ringtones with Style

If you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you're probably not aware that there are alternatives to purchasing ringtones for your favorite songs. Including popular websites that provide users with easy ways to clip parts of songs in order to use as tones when people call, there are multiple applications for the iPhone that allow the same thing using your iTunes library. One of the better ones among the ranks of other similar utilities, is Dring.

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How to Create a Free US iTunes Account Even If You Reside Elsewhere

We've had people ask us occasionally on Twitter how they can redeem US-only promo codes for applications when they're residing in other countries in which those codes aren't compatible. This leaves those users at a disability when it comes to some of our giveaways and also the new website FreeMyApps (click on from iOS device). Registering for a US iTunes account requires a credit card, but fortunately there's a way to bypass that.

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Basic Tutorial: Playing Personal Music in Any Application

Without the multitasking feature available thanks to the [almost outdated] iOS 4, the above title wouldn’t be as easy to make happen. Currently, many applications will stop your music that’s playing in the background due to their SFX and BGM starting to play when the app is opened; I’ll let

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Does iOS Need an Interactive Tutorial?

Out of everybody that owns an iOS device, be it an iPhone or an iPad, how many do you think really knows how to use these capable devices to their fullest extent? Or even knows how to do much more than make a phone call and read email? I would

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Tutorial: Non-Devs Can Also Easily Update to iOS 5 Right Now

Well, that didn’t take long. A few easy steps will get iOS 5 onto your device(s) of choice in no time, regardless of whether you have a developer account or not. In case you need a refresher, iOS 5 is compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad, iPad 2,

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RPSOnline

RPSOnline is a Rock Paper Scissors application that allows you to challenge players over the internet in this classic game of statistics and chance. Based upon the results of each game that you accrue over time, your scores are logged in the database and you can achieve rankings on the main boards.

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