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What Is “Find My App” in iOS 13? Everything You Need to Know

What do you get when you combine Find My iPhone with Find My Friends? According to Apple, you get a useful feature with an awkward title: the new Find My app in iOS 13 presents a simple interface that lets you locate friends, family members, and Apple devices.

It splits this information across three tabs with options to play a sound from missing devices, load directions in the Maps app, or set up notifications to go off when your spouse leaves work. And all of this from a single app!

Let’s dive in and learn how to use the Find My app for iPhones in iOS 13.

How to Find Your Apple Devices

Tap the Devices tab at the bottom of the Find My app to see a map of your compatible Apple devices. Find My puts a pin on the map at the location of any iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, or AirPod linked to your Apple ID. It even shows your family members’ devices as well.

Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to see more devices, each with its exact location and distance from you. If Find My can’t locate a device

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, it shows an icon with a black screen along with the last known location instead.

Get More Details About Each Device

Tap on a particular device to see its current address and battery level, along with a set of controls to help you retrieve it. If you think you’re within earshot, tap Play Sound to make your device ring out. Otherwise, tap Directions to open up a route in the Maps app.

Get Notifications for Missing Devices

One of the best advancements in iOS 13 is the ability to locate Apple devices even when they aren’t connected to the internet. Apple offers this by creating an encrypted and anonymous Bluetooth network that links nearby Apple devices together.

That said, there’s still no way for Find My to locate your device if it has no internet connection and doesn’t have Bluetooth turned on, which might mean it’s powered off. In this case, turn on Notify When Found to get a notification with its location as soon as Find My tracks it down.

Mark as Lost to Protect Your Data

If one of your Apple devices is lost or stolen, turn on Mark As Lost to protect your data and make it easier for people to return your device to you. You can also enter a phone number with a personalized message asking whoever finds it to call you.

When you activate Mark As Lost, Find My disables sensitive services like Apple Pay on your device and locks it using your passcode. If you didn’t already have a passcode, you can use this opportunity to create one.

Lost iPad with message and phone number on screen

Only Erase Your Device as a Last Resort

Beneath the other options, there’s also a button to Erase This Device. I suggest you only consider this as a last resort, if you’ve given up all hope of retrieving your device, because after you erase it you can’t track its location anymore.

That said, an erased device is still protected by Apple’s Activation Lock

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, which prevents other people from using it as their own. If you turned on Mark As Lost, it also still shows your personalized message telling people how to contact you.

How to Find Your Friends and Family

Tap the People tab in the bottom-left corner of Find My in iOS 13 to see a map of all the people following your location or sharing their location with you.

Much like in the Devices tab, you can then tap each person to get more information about where they are. This also gives options to view their details in the Contacts app or get directions with Maps.

Start Sharing Your Location

If you haven’t shared your location with anyone yet, tap the button to Start Sharing Location. Otherwise, swipe up to see the full list of people you’re following and tap Share My Location at the bottom.

Find the contact you want to share your location with by searching their name, phone number, or Apple ID email address in the search bar. When you tap Send you can choose how long you want to share your location for:

  • Share for One Hour
  • Share Until End of Day
  • or Share Indefinitely.

Ask to Follow Someone Else’s Location

You can’t follow someone else’s location using Find My unless they choose to share it with you. The easiest way to encourage this is by offering to share your location first. When you do this, a notification prompts your contact to share their location back.

Otherwise, you can directly ask to follow anyone who is already following you. Tap their name from the People tab and use the option to Ask to Follow Location. When they agree, you’ll get a notification from Find My saying they accepted your friend request.

Notification saying a friend accepted your request to follow them in Find My

Set Up Notifications When Someone Changes Location

You can choose to send or receive notifications in the Find My app whenever you, or one of your contacts, change location. This is useful if you want to let a loved one know you’re on the way home or if you want to find out when your friends arrive at the meetup spot.

From the People tab in Find My, tap the name of the person you want to set up notifications for. Tap Add beneath the Notifications header and decide if you want to send or receive the notifications, then set the location you plan to leave or arrive at. You can set the location radius to anything from 300 feet to 150 miles.

If you’re choosing to send notifications to someone else, an option at the bottom of the screen lets you repeat the notifications. This way you can alert your spouse you’re on the way home every time you leave work, without needing to do anything.

How to Change Your Find My Settings

In the bottom-right of the Find My app is the Me tab. Use this to choose which device you want to share your location from along with deciding whether to allow friend requests or location updates.

The Me tab also lets you reclaim your privacy with the Share My Location toggle. Turn this off to temporarily hide your location from anyone you previously shared it with. This is a good thing to remember if you’re on your way to a surprise party or a secret getaway!

Change Your Location to a Different Device

If you own multiple Apple devices, you can use the Me tab to choose which one to share your location from. It’s only possible to change your location to the device you’re currently using, so make sure to open the Find My app from that particular device, then tap Use This [Device] as My Location.

Help a Friend Find Their Device

At the very bottom of the Me tab is a small button saying, Help a Friend. Use this if a friend or family member has lost their Apple device. When you tap it, a page on the iCloud website opens for your friend to sign in to. This page lets your friend play sounds, mark their device as lost, or erase it remotely.

Rumor Has It, There’s More to Come

Now you know how to track down your missing Apple devices, get directions to your friends and family members, or set up notifications to let people know where you are. But rumor has it, Apple is planning even more features for the new Find My app.

MacRumors discovered fragments of software in iOS 13 that hint to a physical Apple Tag accessory. Theoretically, you could attach this tag to your keys, luggage, bicycle, or other valuables and keep track of them from the Find My app. You may even be able to play a sound or display a message with the tag as well.

This isn’t a new concept. In fact, we already covered our top tracking apps and accessories

How to Stop Losing Your Stuff (And 7 Trackers to Help You Do It)

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! But I’m excited to see what Apple’s unique approach is. Are there any features you want Apple to add to Find My?

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The GeoZilla GPS Tracker Will Find Your Stuff Nearly Anywhere – Review Geek


  • 1 – Absolute Hot Garbage
  • 2 – Sorta Lukewarm Garbage
  • 3 – Strongly Flawed Design
  • 4 – Some Pros, Lots Of Cons
  • 5 – Acceptably Imperfect
  • 6 – Good Enough to Buy On Sale
  • 7 – Great, But Not Best-In-Class
  • 8 – Fantastic, with Some Footnotes
  • 9 – Shut Up And Take My Money
  • 10 – Absolute Design Nirvana

Price: $50 plus subscription

A GeoZilla GPS tracker hanging from a backpack.
Josh Hendrickson

Most trackers like Tile or Chipolo communicate through Bluetooth. That’s great for battery life and size but terrible for finding your lost thing more than a room or two away. GeoZilla’s GPS tracker uses 3G service to contact you anywhere—well, almost anywhere.

Here’s What We Like

  • Small and unobtrusive
  • Reasonably priced 3G subscription
  • Included cases are useful

And What We Don’t

  • Unnecessary premium subscription offers
  • App crashed or refused to update more than once
  • MicroUSB instead of USB-C charging

If you’re prone to losing your keys or your dog is an escape artist, tracking devices sound nice. Most of them have a laughably short range, though, usually no more than a room or two. And though they boast crowdsourcing to expand that range, the truth is there aren’t enough trackers out there for the guaranteed coverage everywhere you go. Whether or not it will help is a game of luck right now. You might have lost your tracker near other people with compatible trackers, but it seems just as likely that it will be somewhere alone unable to communicate.

GeoZilla is trying to solve that with a sensible approach: a combination of GPS and 3G service. You buy the $50 hardware and subscribe to a data plan to activate the 3G service. You can choose $5 a month, $50 a year, or $99 for three years. Given that spread, three years makes the most sense. Once you have a plan, the tracker pings at set intervals so you can find your lost widget anywhere. Mostly it works well—when the app doesn’t let the hardware down at least.

Simple Effective Hardware

A dog hopping a fence while wearing a GPS tracker.

Generally, trackers should be small, unobtrusive, and lightweight. This GPS tracker is larger than Bluetooth trackers like Tile or Chipolo, but that’s understandable given the extra radios it contains. It’s about the size of a keyfob, though, so it will still fit in your pockets or most other places you’d want to stow it away.

The face has three buttons—one for SOS and two that don’t do anything currently. I’m not sure what they’re for, as none of the instructions or the app mentions them. Pressing the SOS button for four seconds sends a text message to chosen contacts with a google map location link, while anybody with the app installed and linked will also receive a similar notification.

The GeoZilla tracker, hard case, soft case, and lanyard.It’s simple hardware, but that’s all it needs to be. Josh Hendrickson

The tracker itself has small holes for the included lanyard but won’t fit a standard keychain setup. It comes with two cases that will take care of that. The first is a hardshell case that adds to the overall bulkiness of the product. It is satisfyingly solid, though, and seems like it’ll protect the tracker form any hard drops. The other is a soft case with a belt loop, perfect for attaching to a dog collar, purse, or even a kid’s belt. The soft case also adds a loop you could connect to the included lanyard.

All in all, it’s fine hardware; the tracker is everything it’s needs to be and not an inch more. And I prefer that to something over-engineered and complicated—like the tracker’s app.

A Dual-Use App With Unnecessary Subscriptions

The Premium messages, showing 7 day trials, for GeoZilla services.
Really not a fan of these (unnecessary!) premium messages you can’t avoid.

Unfortunately for the GPS tracker, GeoZilla’s app (available for Android and iOS) needs work. Instead of creating an entirely new app for the GPS tracker, GeoZilla folded it into the company’s existing app. Think of GeoZilla’s app as a cross-platform Find My Friends on steroids. Unfortunately, the very first thing the app greets you with on the first launch is a premium subscription offer and trial.

That premium subscription is not necessary for the GPS tracker, but that fact isn’t apparent. This premium plan is solely for the Find My Friends features. Worse yet, on iOS, the free trial the app offers auto-subscribes you into a $50 quarter plan, which works out to be $200 a year. What you can’t see here is the company also offers an $80 a year plan. These kind of dark patterns aren’t a great look.

Oddly, on the Android side of things, you do get similar unnecessary Premium offers, but strangely the cost is different. Whether you pay monthly or yearly, it works out to $50 a year. It seems strange they charge a different price based on platforms. But none of that matters, because once again, these premium features aren’t necessary for the GPS tracker. They don’t do anything at all for the GPS tracker.

Once you get past all that, the app works mostly as you’d expect. You can set up geofencing spots and create triggers to notify you when the GPS tracker passes into or out of the area. The app shows a familiar map showing where you are (from your phone’s location) and where the GPS tracker is.

An App That Works, Except When It Doesn’t

A map of the United States with the tracker pinned, additional settings, and two geofenced areas.
The app itself is well put together and easy to navigate. When it doesn’t crash.

I’m even pleased to say the GPS tracker is more accurate than my phone. Generally, the app showed my phone at a location three homes away. But, the GPS tracker not only pinged to my home, when I zoomed in it accurately pinned to the correct portion of my house. It was surprisingly spot-on.

Among the tests I did, I strapped the GPS tracker into my son’s backpack. As the bus traveled, it usually pinged me when it passed through the halfway point where I create a geofence. And it always pinged me when he arrived at school.

That accuracy came in handy when I drove to the school to pick up my son. He was at an after school event, and I wasn’t sure which of the three buildings he was in at the school complex. The tracker pinpointed him to the degree that I even knew what entrance to use to get to the right class.

The downfall of using the GPS tracker this way is battery life and frequency of pings. To maximize battery life, I set the GPS tracker to update its location every five minutes. That means I don’t always get notified when the bus travels through my halfway point geofence. It simply passes through too quickly. Still, every five minutes is enough to find lost keys, or perhaps even a lost dog.

With that five-minute interval setting, I get about two days’ worth of use out of the tracker before I have to recharge. You can increase the interval, but you’ll lose battery life for it. The app has an option to warn you when the battery is low, but for some reason, that’s not on by default. I wasn’t paying enough attention and went to track location only to find a dead device on one occasion.

Another issue is, of course, signal. The GPS tracker communicates its location over a 3G signal. If you lost it in a dead zone, then you won’t get any location updates from it (at least until someone takes it into an area with a signal).

I also ran into another major issue with the app: stability. I experience multiple crashes during my test period. And on several occasions, the app wouldn’t update the GPS tracker’s position. Despite using a five-minute interval, the app would admit it was a half-hour or more behind. There’s a handy refresh button, but it didn’t help. Usually, when this happened, I had to force close the app multiple times to get it to refresh the location.

If you’ve lost something important, those precious minutes may make a huge difference in finding it. It wasn’t very reassuring.

The Company Is Working on It

The GeoZilla GPS tracker attached to a similar sized key fob near a Harry Potter lego minifig.
No need to yell Accio Keys Harry, the GPS Tracker already told me where to find them. Josh Hendrickson

What was reassuring, on the other hand, was the company’s willingness to listen to feedback. I initially had more problems when I first started testing. I let the company know about my issues, and eventually, they updated the app to address them.

In a lot of ways, GeoZilla is in an excellent position to improve its tracker. The hardware is good, and it does the job well. The app, on the other hand, is unstable. That’s fixable, and they already seem to be hard at work at it.

Should you get a GeoZilla GPS Tracker? Yes, maybe. For $150, you’ll get the hardware and three years of service. If you travel a lot or you have pets that escape your yard routinely, GeoZilla’s tracker is farther reaching than any Bluetooth tracker you can find. And, so long as the app is working at the moment, it’s incredibly accurate. I have no doubt you’d find your lost item, so long as the battery is charged and the tracker has a signal. Just be aware of the app instability, and skip the premium subscriptions you don’t need.

Rating: 7.5/10

Price: $50 plus subscription

Here’s What We Like

  • Small and unobtrusive
  • Reasonably priced 3G subscription
  • Included cases are useful

And What We Don’t

  • Unnecessary premium subscription offers
  • App crashed or refused to update more than once
  • MicroUSB instead of USB-C charging

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8 Sites to Find Closeout Stores and Going Out of Business Sales

Nobody likes to see business liquidation sales. It’s often a sign of a struggling local economy, meaning a loss of jobs and livelihoods for residents.

But if there’s one upside, it’s the great bargains you can find. Businesses are desperate to shift every last bit of merchandise in their stock before they shut down for good.

If you want to find liquidation stores, going out of business sales, and closeout sales near your home, keep reading. We’re going to round up eight of the best sites to help you hunt them down.

quicklotz liquidation stores

Quicklotz specializes in liquidation sales and liquidation goods.

Lots are available in multiple sizes; you can buy entire trucks of products, as well as cases, pallets, and single smaller lots. As such, Quicklotz is suitable for both individual buyers and businesses that want to buy wholesale.

Closeout merchandise is available across six categories:

  • Appliances, Kitchen, and Housewares
  • Electronics and Computers
  • Furniture and Home Decor
  • Sporting Goods, Toys, and Baby items
  • Gadgets, Tools, and Auto
  • Apparel and Shoes for Men, Women, and Children

direct liquidation liquidation sales

Sometimes, a major retailer in your area will shut down its local store. Direct Liquidation is a great way to find those nearby closeout sales and pick up the discounted products.

The featured liquidators on the site include Walmart, Target, and Lowe’s. There are also listings from Amazon Liquidators; it means you can use Direct Liquidation to find merchandise from online stores going out of business.

By digging around in the various listings, you’ll find products from global brands such as Sony, Apple, Samsung, LG, Black and Decker, Lenovo, and HP.

department store liquidations closing sales

Traditional department stores have suffered more than most from the growth of online shopping. Recent years have seen formerly revered names such as Sears and Macy’s shut down dozens of stores around the US. It’s a similar story in other countries.

Department Store Liquidations specializes in out of business sales from such shops. You’ll find products from liquidations, closeouts, overstocks, and shelf-pulls. You can either purchase by the truckload, container, pallet, or single item.

Department Store Liquidations is based in the United States but ships around the world.

source liquidation store

Source is one of the best sites for business liquidation auctions. It offers inventory from some of the largest retailers in the world. You’ll also find hundreds of local wholesale and closeout suppliers listing their products.

Not all the products on Source come from liquidation sales. There’s also overstock listings and damaged/returned goods. You can gain some insight into the condition of the inventory you’re bidding on by using the quality filter. Five filters are available. They are Brand New, Like New/Shelf-Pulls, Used, Customer Returns, and Mixed.

Before you hit the Bid button, make sure you’re familiar with Source’s strict rules for unpaid auctions penalties. You only have 48 hours to pay. If you miss the deadline, you will be charged $50. The second time it happens, the fine will jump to $100. If it happens a third time, you will be permanently banned from the site.

liquidation.com store

Liquidation.com is an online marketplace for liquidation sales, closeout sales, and going out of business sales. Like its competitors, you can buy inventory by the truckload, pallet, or small package.

The site offers business liquidation sales across six primary categories: Clothing and Accessories, Jewelry and Watches, Consumer Electronics, Computers and Networking, Housewares and Lighting, and Tools and Machinery.

Liquidation.com also lets you filter your search results so you can find closeout sales near your home. The available locations are Northeast, Midwest, West, South, Plainfield IN, Garland TX, Las Vegas NV, Brampton ON, North Wilkesboro NC, and Florence KY. There’s also an Available for Export section in case you’re an international buyer.

toptenwholesale closeout sales

Like Direct Liquidation, TopTenWholesale helps you find liquidation sales from large retail chains. Liquidation stock, overstock, and shelf-pulls are available from companies such as GameStop, Macy’s, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Sears, and Walgreens. You can also find truckloads and pallets from nearby Walmart liquidations.

The site has dozens of categories, but the most popular sections—and the categories with the most stock—are Apparel, Handbags, Jewelry, Consumer Electronics, and CBD Products.

TopTenWholesale is also one of the few online business liquidation sites with a global presence. Although the headquarters are in Los Angeles, TopTenWholesale also has physical representation in China, India, Colombia, Mexico, Bangladesh, the Philippines, and Vietnam.

discount wholesalers near me

Discount Wholesalers is one of the most established names in the industry. It offers closeout sales, overstock inventory, customer returns, factory seconds, and out-of-season goods.

The four main types of liquidation stores you’ll find on the site fall into either the Health and Beauty, Cosmetic, Apparel, Baby, or Household categories.

You can also sign up for its Department Store Programs. They are all manifested and sold as a percentage of the wholesale or retail value. With warehouses across the US, you can be sure to find discounted merchandise from liquidation sales near your house.

bstock liquidation sales

Bstock claims to be the world’s leading liquidation platform for going out of business sales and closeout sales.

The company boasts direct relationships with some of the biggest retailers in the US, including Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Lowe’s, Macy’s, OfficeMax, Walmart, Seats, and JC Penney. When those retailers have liquidated stock from returns or excess inventory, they often list it on Bstock’s shop.

When you shop on Bstock, you can use the filters at the top of the page to locate the retailer you want to buy liquidated stock from. You can also browse by country. Majority of listings are in the US, Canada, and Germany, but you will see some availability in places as diverse as the UK, Hong Kong, and Slovakia.

Learn More About Liquidation Sales

If you browse the extensive listings on the liquidation sites we’ve introduced you to, you’ll be such to find incredible bargains in a near-limitless number of categories.

If you would like to learn more about how to save money online, make sure you check out our other articles on the best discounts you can get with a .EDU email address

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How to Find and Add Citations in Google Docs

Google Docs Logo

When writing papers, you need to generate a detailed and accurate list of all the sources you’ve cited in your paper. With Google Docs, you can easily find and then add citations to all of your research papers.

Fire up your browser, head over to Google Docs, and open up a document. At the bottom of the right side, click the “Explore” icon to open up a panel on the right.

Alternatively, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+I on Windows/Chrome OS or Cmd+Option+Shift+I on macOS to open it using the keyboard shortcut.

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Click the Explore icon.

Explore is kind of like the Google Assistant of Docs. When you open the tool, it parses your document for related topics to speed up web searches and images you can add in Docs.

If Google Explore find related topics in your document, it will suggest them as soon as the tool opens.

If Explore isn’t able to find anything relatable in your document, type what you’re looking for in the search bar and hit the “Enter” key to search the web manually.

Otherwise, type what you're looking for into the search bar and hit Enter.

Click the three vertical dots and choose what style of citation you want to use. The options are MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.

Next, to choose what style of citation you want to use, click More, and then click one of the styles provided.

Next, highlight the text—or place the text cursor— where you want to add a citation to, hover over the search result in the Explore panel, and then click the “Cite as footnote” icon that appears.

Highlight some text or place the cursor where you want to cite something, and then click the quotations icon that appears when hovering over a link.

After you click the icon, Docs will number the citation and cite the link in a footnote of the page.

Google docs automatically places a superscript number at the cursor and places the source in a footnote in the style of citation you chose.

You can add as many as you need for your document. Redo the search and click the “Cite as footnote” icon beside each result to have Docs automatically compile citations for you.

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6 Ways to Find Symbols and Look Up Symbol Meanings

While surfing the internet (or even offline), you’ve probably come across a lot of symbols. Some of them are common, but for others, you’ve probably needed help identifying the symbol.

The internet has resources to help. We’ll show you how to find out what a symbol means using a variety of methods.

1. Visit Symbols.com

Symbols Com Search

The aptly-named Symbols.com is a great place to start your search. Along with featured picks and categories on the homepage, you can use its symbol search engine to find what you’re looking for. Just type in query at the top, and you’ll see symbols that match it.

That’s great if you want to find a symbol by text (for example, looking up the symbol for “kosher”). But in many cases, you’ll see a symbol and wonder what its meaning is. Thankfully, the site offers other ways to identify a symbol.

In the bottom-left corner of the page, you’ll see the Graphical index section. This allows you to search for a symbol based on its characteristics. It provides a few simple dropdown boxes allowing you to specify whether the shape is open or closed, if it has colors, whether the lines are curved or straight, and similar.

Input as much information as you know, then click Search to look up symbols that match your criteria. If this doesn’t help you find what you’re looking for, you can use the Symbol categories to browse by groupings like Currency signs, Warning symbols, and others.

Failing that, you can search alphabetically using the letters at the top of the screen. If you’re not looking for anything in particular, the Random button can help you learn something new.

2. Draw a Symbol to Find Out Its Meaning

Draw Symbol Shapecatcher

If you’re puzzled by something you saw offline, it makes more sense to find the symbol by a picture. You’ll find several sites that offer this functionality.

One of these is Shapecatcher. Simply draw the symbol you want to look up using your mouse or touchscreen and click the Recognize button. The service will return symbols that match your drawing.

If you don’t see a match, draw it again and give it another try. The site only uses free Unicode fonts, so it might not have every possible symbol. Try Mausr for a similar alternative if this one doesn’t work for you.

3. Search Symbols With Google

Google Symbol Search

If you come across an unfamiliar icon while you’re browsing the web, you don’t have to worry about looking it up on a symbol identifier site. Simply run a symbol search with Google, and you should have your answer within seconds.

In Chrome, along with most other browsers, you can easily search Google for any text. Simply highlight it on the page, right-click, and choose Search Google for “[term]”. This will open a new tab with a Google search for the term. If your browser doesn’t have this for some reason, you can simply copy the symbol like you would any other text and paste it into Google.

Either way, Google should point you in the right direction to find the meaning of that symbol.

4. Browse a List of Symbols

Compart Unicode Symbol List

Unicode (the standard for text encoding) supports a number of common symbols, which is how they can appear like standard text. While they don’t have dedicated keys on a standard keyboard, you can use ALT codes to enter symbols

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If you couldn’t find the symbol you’re looking for using any of the above methods, you might be able to find it by browsing through all the symbols Unicode supports. Have a look at Compart’s list of “other symbol” Unicode characters and you might find the one you’re interested in. If you prefer an alternative, check out the Unicode Character Table.

Of course, not all symbols are supported in Unicode. Road signs, religious symbols, and everyday consumer symbols aren’t part of it. You may need to dig into Wikipedia’s list of symbols page for those kinds of icons.

5. Learn Emoji Symbols

Emojipedia Guide

While you could argue they’re not technically symbols, emoji often pose a point of confusion for people. After all, there are hundreds of emoji to keep track of, plus design changes and new ones popping up all the time.

First, we recommend reviewing our emoji face meanings guide

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. This will get you up to speed on some of the most common ones.

If you still have questions about emoji symbols, have a look at Emojipedia. Here you can search for a specific emoji, browse by categories, and read up on emoji news. Each emoji’s page tells you not only what its official meaning is, but what it’s often used for.

6. Utilize a Stock Ticker Symbol Finder

MarketWatch Apple Stock

We round out our discussion of discovering symbol meanings by mentioning financial symbols. They’re obviously different than the symbols mentioned above, but they’re still a type of symbol you may want to look up.

MarketWatch, one of our favorite financial sites for keeping up with the market, offers a handy symbol lookup tool. If you know the symbol you’re interested in, enter it to see details on that company. If you’re not sure what it is, enter a company name and you’ll see matches for it.

Once you’ve landed on a company’s page, you can see all kinds of data such as trends, news, and competitors.

Knowing What the Meaning of Any Symbol Is

Now you know where to turn whenever you come across an unfamiliar symbol. Whether it’s a quick Google search or drawing out something you saw offline, you don’t have to guess what these icons mean any longer.

Facebook has its own bundle of symbols that you might not understand. If that’s the case, take a peek at our guide to Facebook’s many symbols

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The 6 Best Websites to Find the Meaning of a Song

Have you ever wondered how to find the meaning of a song? You probably like a lot of music, but the best songs are usually ones with lyrics that make you ponder when you really consider them.

Next time you want to get lyric interpretations from a song, you can turn to the internet. Here are the best sites for looking up the meanings of songs, whether official or through someone else’s perspective.

SongMeanings Site Search

Arguably the best song meanings website, SongMeanings.com has been around for decades. Look up any song, and you’ll find lyrics and (hopefully) comments discussing them. In 2011, the site partnered with LyricFind in order to officially license lyrics for many songs.

On the main page, you’ll see top artists, trending songs, and recent comments. If you aren’t interested in any of those, simply search with the bar at the top. This will show songs, albums, and artists that match your query. If you browse an artist page, you can easily see how many comments each of their songs have.

You can read comments without logging in, but you’ll need to make an account to contribute to the site. The site allows you to respond to other people’s comments, as well as add your own. If you register, you can also edit lyrics if you find a mistake.

At the time of writing, the site contained nearly 1.1 million lyrics and 1.7 million comments, so you’re bound to find a discussion on a song you like. It’s a great first stop when you want to see what other people think of a song.

Songfacts Website

This one provides something a little different than song interpretation websites. Instead of people offering their thoughts on what a song means, it collects interesting bits of info on specific music tracks.

The homepage has highlighted artists and songs, as well as interesting categories (such as “songs with beverages in the title”). Search for a song or artist using the bar at the top—just note that Songs is the default, so you’ll need to switch to the Artists tab manually if you search for one.

Once you select a song, you’ll see various Songfacts about it. Not all of these have citations, though some of them do link to relevant interviews or videos. While there’s no way to confirm these facts are 100% correct, the site doesn’t let visitors add them. Thus, you can be reasonably sure the information is accurate.

Some bands also have “Artistfacts,” which are similar factoids that concern the band as a whole. Take a look and maybe you’ll learn something new about your favorite bands.

Genius Lyrics Website

Genius has provided users with the ability to look up the meaning of songs since 2009. While it was originally founded as Rap Genius with a focus on hip-hop music, it’s since branched out to cover every genre.

Like the other sites, you can search for a song or artist using the top bar. Take a look at top tracks for an artist if you like, then click a song. You’ll see its lyrics, along with information about the track’s recording.

The rest of what you see depends on the song. Some include artist-sourced information about the track or even the whole album. Otherwise, Genius’s key feature is that you can annotate certain lyrics and add your thoughts on them. You’ll see a gray highlight around lyrics someone has annotated. Click them to take a look.

You can view these without an account, but you’ll need to sign up to take full advantage of the site. This allows you to post your own annotations, suggest improvements to what others have added, and upvote/downvote annotations. You can also leave a comment if you don’t have anything specific lines to annotate.

Lyric Interpretations Website

This site isn’t as polished as the above, but it’s still worth stopping by if your search for a song meaning hasn’t been satisfied yet. Search for a song or select one from the homepage, and you’ll see various interpretations posted by other users.

Everyone who visits the site can rate these interpretations from one to five stars. The best ones rise to the top, but of course this doesn’t mean they’re the official meaning.

If you’re looking to discover more music with interesting lyrics, you’ll see categories on the site’s sidebar that you can explore. These include “songs that tell a story” and “songs about not being good enough,” among others.

LyricsMode Website

This site isn’t popular as the above, so you might struggle to find lyrics on it. But it’s still worth mentioning in a collection of song meaning websites.

Like the others, you’ll see feeds of hot tracks and artists on the homepage. Search for something you’d like to dig into using the top bar, and you can read the track’s lyrics.

On the lyric page, you can either highlight a specific bit of the lyrics and explain them, or leave a comment to explain the overall meaning. Neatly, you can also highlight some lyrics and click Request to ask the community what they think that part means.

Wikipedia Song Lyrics Background

Still can’t find information about the lyrics of your favorite song? Try turning to Wikipedia if nothing else has given you the answers you seek. While it’s not a proper lyrics meaning website, you’ll often find a bit of backstory on albums and songs when you look them up.

Simply search for the name of the song you want to look up. For singles and other popular songs, Wikipedia typically includes a dedicated page with information about the song’s performance, reception, and other information. You’ll sometimes find background or meaning info in a dedicated section or the intro.

If you can’t find any info on the particular track, try looking at the album’s entry. There might be more detailed info on certain tracks or the album’s overall themes there. You should also take a look at enhanced Wikipedia tools

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if you enjoy using it to search for lyrics.

How to Figure Out a Song’s Meaning, Made Easy

Next time you want to find the meaning of a song, you now know where to look. Most of these websites are built on people like you who want to dig deeper into their favorite music.

Thus, after you discover the meaning of some lyrics, why not pay it forward and comment on a few songs yourself? You never know who will appreciate it in the future.

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How to Find Your Location History on iPhone or iPad

Location History visualization and map in iPhone
Khamosh Pathak

If you’ve ever wondered where you were last week, you can use your iPhone or iPad to view your location history. And if you use Google Maps, you can find very detailed information about your whereabouts.

Location History and Privacy

All major tech companies and apps have some form of location tracking feature. Everyone from Apple, Google, Facebook, to Twitter does it. Each company uses the data in different ways.

Apple, for example, only collects a pool of significant locations that you have visited in the past and claims it doesn’t share this data with anyone. Google, on the other hand, keeps a detailed track of all your activity, especially if you use Google Maps.

If you open Google Maps’ Timeline view, you’ll be able to see exactly where you traveled on a given day—even if you didn’t use Google Maps for navigation—thanks to background location tracking.

Both these services opt you in by default, but you can disable location tracking if needed.

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Find Your Location History of Your iPhone or iPad

First, let’s talk about finding the location history on your iPhone or iPad. Open the Settings app and tap on “Privacy.”

Tap on Privacy from Settings app

From here, select “Location Services.”

Tap on Location Services from Privacy app

Scroll down in this screen and tap on “System Services.”

Tap on System Services from Privacy section

From the next screen, tap on “Significant Locations.”

Tap on Significant Location to see location tracking details

Here, locate the History section, which collects and groups places based on how often you’ve visited them.

If you wish to clear the history, you can scroll down and tap on “Clear History.” If you want to stop location tracking on your iPhone or iPad, go to the top of the screen and tap on the toggle next to “Significant Locations.”

Click on Significant Locations toggle to turn it off

When you tap on a location collection from the “History” section, it will show you a visual breakdown in the next screen. You’ll see the map of all locations at the top of the display.

Tap on a location collection to view details

Tap on one of the visits to see a detailed view of the area you visited. The detailed view will also show the time of your visit and the mode of transport along with the date.

Find Your Location History in Google Maps

Apple stores a limited amount of location history data and doesn’t let you browse through the data in a timeline view. Google, on the other hand, has a detailed Timeline view that lets you browse through the roads you traveled through and the places you visited on a given day.

If you use the Google Maps app on your iPhone or iPad for navigation, you can use Google Maps’ Timeline feature to access your location history.

Google Maps’ ability to track your location depends on your privacy settings. You can choose to allow Google to track your location only when you’re using the app or to always track your location in the background. You can change this setting on your iPhone or iPad by going to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Google Maps.

If you want, you can also disable the Location History feature from your Google account settings (we’ve outlined the steps below).

The Google Maps Timeline page can be accessed on the web on your iPhone, iPad, or computer. For the best viewing experience, try to use a laptop or a desktop computer. You’ll see the map of the world with some places highlighted. Here, you can pan around and click on a location to see the available data points.

Google Maps Timeline view for your account showing the map of your country

In the top-left corner, you’ll see the timeline interface. From here, you can pick any date to see the detailed breakdown of your travel data. On the right, you’ll see the route you took in the map view.

On the left, you’ll see the timeline view with details of the places you visited, the time of the visit, and how long you stayed at a location. If you use Google Photos, you’ll also see all your images from your trip here.

Take a look at your location history data from a given day in Google Maps Timeline view

If you don’t want Google to collect and store this data (it helps to improve Google’s suggestions and search results in Maps), you can disable the Location History feature altogether.

In the Google Maps Timeline page, you’ll see a location history section in the bottom row. It will say “Location History Is On.” From this section, click on the “Manage Location History” button.

Click on Manage Location History button from Google Maps Timeline page

From the next screen, turn off the toggle next to “Location History” to turn off location tracking.

Turn off Location History for Google Maps

While this stops the Google Maps app on your devices from tracking your location, some Google apps will still store time-stamped location data. You can disable this activity by turning off Web & App Activity in settings.

Now that you know how to look up location history on your iPhone and iPad, remember to bring it up next time you’re wondering where you went and what you did on your last vacation. While Apple might not have precise data, rest assured, Google Maps will.

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How to Turn Find My iPad On or Off

Find My iPad toggle in Settings on an iPad Pro.
Khamosh Pathak

The Find My iPad feature helps you locate your iPad if it’s missing. If your tablet is online, you can see its location on the map and even play a sound. Here’s how you can turn this feature on or off.

Enable or Disable Find My iPad

When you set up your iPad and sign in with your iCloud account, Find My iPad turns on automatically. It’s linked with Activation Lock, the Apple security feature that prevents anyone else from using your iPad if it’s stolen.

You should turn off Find My iPad before you sell your tablet. If you don’t, the buyer can’t activate it unless she types your iCloud username and password. Here’s how to turn it on or off.

Open the Settings app on your iPad. On the sidebar, tap your Profile at the top of the list (your name), and then select “iCloud.”

Tap your Profile, and then tap iCloud.

Scroll down to the “Apps Using iCloud” section, and then tap “Find My iPad.”

"Tap Find My iPad."

On the next screen, tap the toggle next to “Find My iPad” to enable or disable it.

Tap the toggle next to "Find My iPad" to turn it on or off.

As mentioned above, you have to type your iCloud password to disable Find My iPad. Don’t forget when you do this, you also remove the Activation Lock from your device. Tap “Turn off” to disable Find My iPad or “Turn on” to enable it.

Type your Apple ID password.

If you enable Find My iPad, make sure you also turn on the “Send Last Location” setting. If your iPad is lost or stolen, this sends you its last known location before the battery died or it was turned off. This setting makes it much easier to find your tablet.

How to Use Find My iPad

Now that you’ve enabled Find My iPad, let’s take a look at how you can use it to locate your misplaced or stolen iPad. You can do this on your iPhone or the iCloud website.

To locate your iPad via iCloud, go to iCloud.com and sign in with your Apple account.

Sign in to iCloud.

On the next screen, click or tap “Find iPhone.”

Click or tap "Find iPhone."

Click or tap the “Devices” drop-down at the top, and then select your missing iPad.

Click or tap the Devices drop-down and select your iPad.

If your iPad is online, you see its location on the map. You also see three buttons: “Play Sound,” “Lost Mode,” and “Erase iPad.”

Options available for locating iPad

If you’ve misplaced your iPad, click or tap “Play Sound,” and then follow the “beeping” to your tablet.

If you click or tap “Lost Mode,” it locks your iPad. You can type a message to appear on your iPad’s screen, along with your contact info. Hopefully, this will lead to someone returning your iPad.

If you know your iPad is gone forever, click or tap “Erase iPad.” As soon as the tablet is online again, this clears all your data.

To use your iPhone to find your iPad, open the Find My iPhone app (Find My in iOS 13). Go to the Devices section, and then tap your iPad. If its location is available, you’ll see the map at the top of the screen. The panel below contains the same options as those on the iCloud website.

On your iPhone, tap "Devices," select your iPad from the list, and then tap "Play Sound," "Mark As Lost," or "Erase This Device."

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Why Apple’s little ‘Find My’ Tile competitor is big news

Apple is expected to introduce its own Tile-competing tracking device(s), perhaps as soon as fall. So, what are the advantages of the device, what can we expect, and what happens next?

Freedom from networks

There are hundreds of tracking devices available today. These cost anything from tens to hundreds of dollars and in most cases require you sign-up to a network provider for SIM card-based network access.

That SIM is how your position is tracked.

Apple hasn’t announced its product yet, but if (as I suspect) the company chooses to supplement – or even replace – SIM-based location tracking with its Bluetooth mesh-like ‘Find My’ service then it could cut the cost of these solutions.

This is because Find My isn’t completely reliant on the SIM card, but instead uses what Apple tells me is highly secure Bluetooth signalling, encryption and all tied up to your iCloud account.

The impact is that no one else – including your network – knows where you or your possessions are.

Private by design

That segues nicely into the next hot feature for Apple’s purported product:


Most existing systems let you see where you are online through a password-protected web portal, or (in some cases) through a smartphone app.

The problem with this approach is that you have no way of knowing how that information is kept secure, who has access to it, and no strong protection against any form of sale of data concerning you, your movements, or what happens to your tracked items.

That’s why at the same time as checking the price of commercially available tracking devices, you should also check the privacy policies.

Apple’s privacy commitment is tight.

And while its security protections are under pretty constant attack, the company has resources that mean it can respond fast if security is breached.

I expect nothing less from anyone with access to my personal information.

Battery life is a problem

This is a stretch based on pure speculation concerning an unannounced product, so please forgive me if my hunch turns out to be incorrect.

Apple’s tracking device is billed as a competitor for Tile. One of the biggest problems with the latter product is its battery life. Tile promises 12-months of battery life, but batteries cannot be replaced by a user.

It is worth noting that code inside a leaked build of iOS 13 suggests there will be replaceable batteries in the Apple tracker. My speculation? What if Apple put a sealed wirelessly rechargeable battery inside these things…

A matter of scale

Apple’s products are used globally.

That wide distribution means there’s a relatively good chance that a lost or stolen “thing” protected by a hidden Apple tracker will at some point be near an Apple product. And, (if I understand the Find My system correctly), this means you’ll be able to track down your lost items, even with no SIM.

What’s important is that this isn’t dependent on network bandwidth and should work internationally.

Don’t buy on rumor (this time)

I think there’s a lot of potential good to be found in a highly secure tracking system that puts users in control and limits the attack surface for marketing firms, advertisers and other hackers seeking data about you in order to line their pockets.

However, while the theoretical abilities of such a device seem attractive, it’s possible the reality of any shipping product will be more muted.

At present, MacRumors claims trackers will emit a sound to help you find them, will use AR tags so you can track them down by holding up your iPhone (or another compatible AR device), and will have a ‘Lost mode’.

That latter mode apparently only tells nearby iPhone owners who the object belongs to and lets them contact you. What isn’t claimed is that you’ll be able to find these items yourself using Apple Maps, which you can do in the current iterations of Find My Friends and Find My iPhone, but I can’t imagine that feature being removed.

A new business opportunity?

If it works, I think Apple’s system will be popular among car owners.

I imagine it will still be necessary to place these trackers in parts of the vehicle that are not completely surrounded by metal in order to optimize the Bluetooth connection – perhaps stashed inside an air freshener or under the vehicle?

I will be interested to see if Apple’s tracking device is recognized as protection by car insurance companies, who offer reduced premiums to drivers who install tracking systems in their vehicles.

This would provide yet another way in which iOS can reduce your insurance premiums – and may open up new partnership opportunities for the firm.

Up next…

Apple’s usage cases seem to include:

It is interesting that Apple is now looking to the home security market with interest.

That’s how I see its decision to introduce HomeKit Secure Video and HomeKit-enabled routers. I also think you need to consider the company’s 2018 purchase of smart security camera patents from Lighthouse.

There is little doubt that Apple’s extensive, multi-year investments in camera, machine intelligence, AI and imaging technology could be bought to bear to deliver a framework (or solutions) for wireless smart security systems:

“Hey Siri, who is in my office?”

Watch this space.

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6 Spotify Sites to Discover New Music and Find Playlists You’ll Like

Unlike other music streaming services, Spotify’s openness makes it easier to discover new tunes from apps, friends, and third parties. Here are six cool apps to get new playlists or album recommendations.

Now, Spotify already does a good job of uncovering new music you might like through its features like Discover Weekly, Daily Mix, and Radio Stations. But when you step out of the Spotify bubble, there are better ways to discover new music. That’s what this fresh list of Spotify related apps is for.

1. Moodify (Web): Playlists Based on Songs and Musical Features

Moodify creates personalized playlists based on songs you like and musical features you want

It’s easy for algorithms to create a randomized playlist based on an artist you like. Unlike most apps, Moodify wants to get specific and create a truly personalized playlist based on features you want in the songs, as well as tracks they’re similar to.

So here are the different adjustable musical features or parameters to get Moodify to create a playlist:

  • Acousticness (digital, mix, analog)
  • Instrumentalness (vocals, mix, no vocals)
  • Tempo (50-200 beats per minute)
  • Danceability (not proper, ok, great for dance)
  • Energy (calm, fun, energizer)
  • Mood (depressive, cheerful, joyful)

Apart from the parameters, you can nudge Moodify to look for songs that are similar to a few tracks you already like. Search for them in the provided box and choose from the Spotify results.

Once you click the Create Playlist button, the new playlist will appear in your Spotify app under the name “Discover Moodify.” If you like it, change the name to save it for the future, or create a copy. Before you use Moodify again, clear this playlist or the new songs will be added to it.

2. MagicPlaylist (Web): Create a Playlist Based on One Song

Magic Playlist creates one, two, or three hour playlists based on a single song you like

You have a song that you love. You want to listen to other songs like it. Head to MagicPlaylist and type the name of a track to get an instant playlist of similar songs (including the original).

You can choose the length of the playlist (one, two, or three hours) to add more or fewer songs. The playlist can be set to public or private and renamed too before you save it on Spotify. And before saving, you can search Spotify to add other songs that you want in the playlist.

MagicPlaylist isn’t a complicated algorithm, so it’s a mix of hits and misses. The developer says it works by searching for the original track you liked, finding related artists, and adding the top tracks of these artists.

Still, it’s more hits than misses, but one of the fastest ways to get a playlist. It’s especially useful to create a workout playlist for a few hours based on the kind of tempo and beats you’re looking for.

3. Discover Quickly (Web): Find New Music on Spotify

Discover Quickly is a neat web app by Spotify developers to find new music based on what you like

Made by two Spotify employees at a hackathon, Discover Quickly is a web app to find new music based on your interests. There’s nothing in here that Spotify doesn’t already have, but you get a much easier interface.

At the top of the page are quick links to your playlists, top tracks, and artists, saved albums, charts, genres, and new releases. Click any to see a collage of tracks. Hover over any track to hear a preview (or the full song if you have Spotify Premium).

Like what you hear? Click it to get a similar new collage menu for song and artist recommendations based on that track. Keep hearing previews and clicking what you like.

Every track you click is automatically added to the Discover Quickly queue. You can save this queue to a playlist in your Spotify account, or save all tracks to your Spotify library. Don’t want one of the tracks? Delete it before you save the queue.

It’s an intuitive way to discover new music without being overwhelmed

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, while still getting stuff that is available on Spotify.

4. Play-Later (Web): Discover New Albums on Spotify

Find the best new music albums on Spotify through Play-Later

Given how much Spotify pushes playlists and single tracks, you’d be forgiven for thinking that artists and bands now don’t release albums anymore. But the good old album is still around and kicking, and Play-Later is here to help you find them.

Every Friday, Play-Later lists albums released in the past week and ranks them by popularity. You’ll get the cover art, artist and album names, and the number of tracks in it. If something intrigues you, click Play Later. The album is automatically added to a playlist called “Play Later” in your Spotify.

You can see the last two weeks’ collections through quick filters, scroll to the bottom of the page to see every collection since November 2015. If you want the most popular albums on Spotify since 2015, head to The Music Bin.

As convenient as playlists are, there is still a charm to queuing up full albums and hear the music the way the artist envisioned it to be listened to.

5. Shuffle Spotify (Web): Random Playlist Based on Popularity

Shuffle Spotify creates a random playlist of songs based on how popular they are

Shuffle Spotify is for those who are ready to explore a whole new world of music. This is one of the most randomized ways to create a playlist on Spotify.

The app asks you to say how many tracks you want in the playlist, and choose their minimum and maximum popularity ratings on the music streaming service. You can also name the playlist before you start.

Once you’ve chosen your settings, Shuffle Spotify will generate random tracks and you’ll find a new playlist on Spotify. You could discover some of the lowest-rated songs or get an eclectic mix, depending on how adventurous you’re feeling.

6. Playlistify (Web): Create Playlists From Setlists

Playlistify creates playlists from setlists on 1001 Tracklists, setlist.fm, and livetracklist

You can’t be at every concert that your favorite artist performs at. But maybe you can get closer to the band by listening to the same setlist that they played. Playlistify is the simplest way to turn setlists into playlists for Spotify (and Apple Music too).

The app works with three popular setlist curators: 1001 Tracklists, Setlist.FM, and LiveTracklist.

Between these three, you’ll find tracklists based on live shows and concerts, music festivals, venues, radio shows, mixes, and more. Grab the URL of something that catches your fancy, paste it into Playlistify, and let it do its magic.

You’ll need to grant it access to your Spotify, of course. And at times, the mix might not be perfect. For example, it tends to favor studio tracks to live tracks, even though you’re trying to get the feel of the latter. But hey, it’s still a cool way to discover a fun new playlist for your favorite artist.

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that will enhance your musical experience.

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