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How to Find Your Location History on iPhone or iPad

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….

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How to Turn Find My iPad On or Off

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…

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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…

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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…

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How to Quickly Find Messages With Attachments in Gmail

There are plenty of reasons to love Gmail. It is completely free. It gives you free POP3 access to your email as well as free offline access to your email messages via the IMAP route. Then, there is the generous storage space for stockpiling thousands of attachments. Thanks to Gmail’s generosity, you can send attachments…

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