Translate

I know not many of us are traveling right now but did you know your iPhone has a built in translator? No need to go to Google Translate anymore. You can use voice dictation too and change the display so that you can easily show others when having a conversation. Useful for school work, living abroad, discussions with colleagues over zoom...

Saving Passwords

Probably the most frustrating thing when using the Internet is trying to remember hundreds of different passwords (as we all know by now that we shouldn't set them to be the same for everything!) There are many schools of thought on password strategies to help you remember your passwords, however the invention of Keychain on … Continue reading Saving Passwords

Amazon Household / Teens

When your Child turns 13 you can set them up with their own Amazon Teen account. Not as crazy as you might think though, it gives them a little independence and you can set it so that everything they buy comes to you for approval first! Amazon also offer Amazon Household, which allows you to connect your account (including Prime) with other members of your house. And for younger children, Amazon Child and Kids+ subscription service, with books, games and educational apps.

iPhone Screen Time

I've had a few questions this week about how to set parental controls on the iPhone. There are a couple of different options, all can be found in Screen Time. We will look at setting Downtime, useful if you want your children to have access to their phones for an emergency or so they can use it as an alarm, but not be able to communicate with friends, access apps, mail and other features of your choosing, during certain times. Setting the amount of time your child is allowed to spend on each app using App Limits. Screen Time also allows you to set Content & Privacy Restrictions.