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How to Record and Capture Screen on iPhone and iPad
Through this blog, I have jot-down steps and methods on how to record your screen on iPhone and iPad. So, let’s get started.
Also Read: How To Screen Record With Sound On Mac & WindowsBest Steps to Record Screen On iPhone or iPad
Go to settings.
Go to Control Center
Go to Customize Controls
Tap on the (+) button available next to Screen Recording.
Open the control center and tap on the recording button.
On this step, there will be a countdown of 3 seconds after that recording will be started.
To stop recording tap on the red status bar on the top of the screen.
Refer to the below screenshots for easy recording.
Also Read: How To Screen Record Zoom Meetings With AudioBest Apps for Record Your iPhone Screen in 2023 1. QuickTime Player
QuickTime player was introduced with OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. In order to record the screen of iPhone or iPad, please ensure you have one of the below-mentioned devices.
iOS 8 or later device.
OS X Yosemite Mac or later
Below-mentioned is the steps to record the screen through QuickTime Player.
Through the help of a lightning cable, connect your iPhone or iPad to the Mac device.
Open QuickTime Player.
Tap on the file and select “New Movie Recording”
Select the mic from the recording device, in case you want sound or music effects.
Tap on the record button and start recording the screen.
After finishing the record, tap on the stop button and save the recorded video.
Cmd+T- to trim your video
To check and download the QuickTime player
Also Read:10 Best Screen Recorder for Windows PC 2. Screenflow
ScreenFlow is similar to QuickTime. The additional feature in ScreenFlow is that you can edit the video with this software after recording.
Accordingly, ScreenFlow is better than QuickTime to screen record iPhone or iPad. If you have to opt between ScreenFlow and QuickTime, our suggestion is to go for ScreenFlow.
Below-mentioned are the steps to screen record your iPhone or iPad.
Plugin your devices through a lightning cable.
After automatic detection, tap on the record the screen.
Before recording, make sure that the “Record Screen from box” is checked and you have selected the right device. Hit the record button and start recording the screen and edit the video.
Easy and Handy!
To read more about ScreenFlow3. El Gato
El Gato is the software mostly used by gamers. To set up El Gato refer to the below-mentioned points.
El Gato game capture device
To record the screen on iPhone, connect all the devices and start recording like QuickTime and ScreenFlow.
To read more about El Gato
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Using file tags can help to arrange, organize, and prioritize documents, files, and data. Now that iOS has a dedicated Files app for the iPhone and iPad, you might find it helpful to know that you can tag any items, files, documents, images, or anything else stored within the Files app of iOS, much like you can tag files in the Mac Finder. And perhaps best of all, if the tagged files are stored in iCloud Drive, they will sync to other iOS devices and Macs as well, with that same tag.
Tagging files in iOS is a simple process, but it’s easily overlooked. This tutorial will show you how to tag a single file, how to tag multiple files, and how to view tagged files in the iOS Files app.
The Files app is available on all iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 11 or later. The tutorial here is demonstrated on an iPhone but the behavior is the same on an iPad too.How to Tag Files in Files App for iPhone and iPad
You can tag any file quickly from the iOS Files app by following these steps:
Open the “Files” app on the iPhone or iPad
Navigate to the file(s) you wish to tag and tap on the file you want to tag
From the file preview, tap the Sharing button, it looks like a box with an arrow flying out of it
Tap the “+Tag” button in the sharing panel
Choose the file tag(s) you want to use by tapping on them, then tap on the “Done” button
That’s it, your selected file will have been tagged with the tag of your choice.
If you’re syncing data with iCloud, then the file tags will sync over to other devices shortly. And yes if you tag a file from iCloud Drive on the Mac, that tag will sync with the associated file to iPhone or iPad as well via Files app.How to Tag Multiple Files in iOS Files App
You can also tag multiple files at the same time from the Files app in iOS, here’s how that works:
Open the Files app in iOS
Navigate to the files you want to tag, then tap the “Select” button in the corner of the Files app
Now tap to select each file you want to tag
Tap the Sharing icon and then tag the files as desired, choosing “Done” when finished
Whether you tag one file or many files is up to you.How to View Tagged Files in iOS Files App
Of course you can easily see the tagged files from the iOS Files app as well. This is also where the power of file tagging can be extra useful, because you can use file tags to quickly see and edit items you have tagged, without having to navigate to wherever their original location is in the Files app or file system.
Open the ‘Files’ app and go to the main Browse screen to your root directory selection
Scroll down to find the “Tags” section, then tap any tag to see the files matching that tag
Note that on the iPad the Browse section will be in the Files app sidebar if the device is orientated horizontally.
For Mac users reading this and wondering about tagging directly in the Finder of Mac OS, or from within iCloud Drive, you can tag files on the Mac with drag and drop, or with a file tag keyboard shortcut, and remove tags just as well too.
While tagging is fairly new to the iOS world with Files app, the Tags feature has been around on the Mac for a very long time, where it used to be called “Labels” before rebranding as Tags in more recent Mac OS releases. Anyway, enjoy your tags!
FaceTime lets you talk in a group with up to 32 people at once. This makes it an excellent option for family, friends, and colleagues to connect. The video tile of the speaker gets large automatically, making it easy to keep track of who is talking.
With iOS 15, Apple has taken things further by letting even Android and Windows users join FaceTime calls. This ensures no one from your group is left behind. Excited? Let me show you how to Group FaceTime on iPhone and iPad.
Before you begin:
Group FaceTime requires:
iOS 12.1.4 or later on iPhone 6s or later, or iPod touch (7th generation);
iPadOS 12.1.4 or later on iPad Pro or later, iPad Air 2 or later, iPad (5th generation) or later, iPad mini 4 or later.
Earlier models of iPhone and iPad running iOS/iPadOS 12.1.4 can join Group FaceTime calls as audio participants.
by going to Settings → FaceTime.
How to do Group FaceTime on iPhone
Already on a group call but realized that you missed adding one of your buddies? No problem! Swipe up the active FaceTime call screen → tap Add People → type your friend’s name → tap Add People.
When you are on a group call, swiping or tapping the screen shows handy icons for switching between front and back cameras, mute, speaker, the red leave icon, etc.
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Group chat is an exciting feature of iMessage. It brings families and groups of friends closer by letting everyone interact and share media in a single place. Plus, it is easier to call the iMessage group member. Here’s how.
Group FaceTime someone on Android or Windows
As mentioned in the opening paragraph, you can enjoy Group FaceTime calls from Android or Windows PC via Chrome or Microsoft Edge. You cannot initiate a FaceTime call from non-Apple devices. But you can join and be a part of the FaceTime call using your Samsung Galaxy, Pixel, or HP, Dell, Surface, or any such device.
Check out our detailed and easy-to-follow guide that shows you how to FaceTime on Android and Windows.
How to join or leave a Group FaceTime call
Join a Group FaceTime video call
When someone invites you for a Group FaceTime call, it shows up as a regular incoming FaceTime call. From here, accept the call and be a part of it.
However, if you choose to decline the Group FaceTime call, you will get a notification. Tap it to join the group call, as long as it is still active.
Leave a Group FaceTime video call
No longer interested? Tap the red Leave button to leave a group FaceTime call. You will find this button at the screen’s top. The call stays active if two or more people are still part of it, even if you exit it.
How to use Grid View in FaceTime in iOS 15
When you are in a Group FaceTime call, the participant’s video feed is reduced to small floating tiles. And the one who speaks, their tile is automatically enlarged. But in iOS 15, Apple added a new option called Grid View that people seem to like.
When you enable FaceTime Grid View, the group participant tiles appear as nice square boxes. And the person who is speaking, their tile is highlighted by a white outline.
Here is how you can use Grid View in Group FaceTime calls.
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Apple’s stock Camera app in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 has expanded recording options by enabling you to snap a picture or record video with the volume buttons. Follow along with our step-by-step tutorial as we demonstrate to you how to capture burst photos or shoot QuickTake videos with the iPhone camera using just the volume buttons.A new way to use iPhone camera
This is a great feature for those times when you’re unable to tap the shutter button in the Camera app. For instance, maybe it’s winter and you’re wearing gloves. Or, you might find it impractical to find the shutter button when talking selfies with the rear camera.
TUTORIAL: How to capture mirrored selfies on iPhone
However, it requires an iPhone with iOS 14.0+ or any iPad supported by iPadOS 14.0+.iPhone camera and the volume buttons
Before iOS 14, the volume buttons used to be a replacement for the camera shutter. Pressing either volume button in iOS 13’s Camera app let you snap a photo or record a video:
In addition, iOS 13 and earlier supported using the volume buttons for shooting videos and to start recording a QuickTake video while in Photo mode:
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, however, bring more flexibility in terms of using hardware buttons for iPhone photography. For starters, you can now configure the Camera app to capture burst photos when pressing and holding the volume up button. Similarly, QuickTake videos can be shot by holding the volume down button, and older devices now support this functionality, too.
Follow along with us as we show you how to enable and use these new camera options.How to take QuickTake video and burst photos with volume buttons
QuickTake is a feature of the Camera app that makes it easy to capture video while taking photos without switching modes. As mentioned earlier, iOS 13 limits QuickTake functionality to the 2023 iPhone SE and iPhone 11 family. iOS 14, however, lets you use QuickTake on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR models, too. Plus, iOS 14 enables you to optionally take bursts with the volume up button and QuickTakes with the volume down button.
Follow these steps as we show you how:
Open Settings on your iPhone with iOS 14.0+.
Choose Camera from the root list.
Toggle on the option Use Volume Up for Burst.
Now when you’re in Photo mode, you can take a cascade of photos in rapid succession by pressing and holding the volume up button on an iPhone XS/XR or newer. QuickTake now only works by pressing and holding the volume down button.
Again, if you’re on iOS 13 or have an iPhone, you won’t see this setting. Similarly, folks who rock iPhones older than the iPhone XS/XR, such as an iPhone X or iPhone 8, you won’t see this option either. In that case, pressing and holding either volume button will start shooting a burst of photos just like before.
TUTORIAL: How to toggle video resolution and frame rate in iPhone’s Camera app
You cannot take videos with customizable resolution, stereo audio and audio zoom while using the QuickTake feature. For that, you’ll need to switch to Video mode in the Camera app.QuickTakes without hardware buttons
Like iOS 13, iOS 14 still lets you use the QuickTake feature without any hardware buttons.
Simply swipe to Video mode in Camera, then press and hold the shutter button to start shooting a QuickTake video. Let go to stop recording. To record a longer QuickTake video without holding the button all the time, slide the shutter button to the right to lock recording.
With your QuickTake video recording session locked, you can even take a still photo by hitting that white shutter button that appears to the right. To stop recording, tap the red record button. And now, for my last tip: slide the shutter button to the left and hold it to take a burst of photos.Camera improvements in iOS 14
iOS and iPadOS 14 make you a better photographer by bringing out cool new features and improvements which were designed to let you take prettier photos with less effort:
Improved shot-to-shot performance: Shooting with the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera and Live Photos enabled is 90 percent faster than before. Time to first shot is up to 25 percent faster. Shot-to-shot performance in Portrait mode is up to 15 percent faster.
QuickTake video: Use QuickTake video in Photo mode on the iPhone XR/XS and newer.
Quick video toggles: All iOS 14-compatible iPhones now feature quick toggles within the Camera app for changing video resolution and frame rate while in Video mode.
QR code reading: You can scan small QR codes and those wrapped around objects.
Mirrored selfies: You can capture mirrored selfies that reflect the viewfinder preview.
Versatile volume button control: You can take photos in burst mode with the volume up button or QuickTake video with the volume down button (on supported devices).
Exposure compensation control: In iOS 13 and earlier, you can lock the current focus and exposure for upcoming shots. With iOS and iPadOS 14, you can lock an exposure compensation value for photos and videos for an entire camera session. Plus, you can now separately lock camera focus and exposure for a specific shot.
Updated Night mode: Night Mode used a device’s built-in gyroscope to display a handy guidance indicator. The indicator helps you stay steady throughout the capture. And instead of waiting for the capture to finish, you can now cancel in mid-capture.
Additional camera and computer vision improvements are visible elsewhere in iOS.Other iPhone camera tidbits in iOS 14
You’ll see a handy privacy-boosting recording indicator whenever an app is using the camera, both in the status bar and in Control Center. On devices with the A12 Bionic chip and later, you’ll appreciate enhanced face tracking in augmented reality apps.
iOS and iPadOS 14 also make your FaceTime video-calling experience better by making it appear as if you’re looking directly at the camera instead of the screen.50 major new features in iOS 14
For a quick overview of the 50 headline new iPhone and iPod touch features introduced with iOS 14, be sure to watch our hands-on video walkthrough embedded right ahead.
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Twitter caters to a huge audience. You can follow people from different walks of life and know what they’re up to. However, it gets difficult to track down every person tweeting on a certain genre, or maybe you don’t want to follow many users but just certain topics. For the same reason, Twitter introduced “Topics” back in 2023.
But how to use this feature to your benefit? In this article, I will guide you on how to follow and even unfollow Topics on Twitter using iPhone or iPad. Let’s get started!
There are four methods to follow Topics on Twitter. We have listed all the methods, and you can decide which suits the best to your needs.
How to follow Topics on Twitter from iPhone or iPad1. From your Home timeline
When browsing through your Twitter Home timeline, you might encounter topics aligning with your interests. In such a case, simply tap the Follow button next to the topic’s name.2. From the ‘For You’ tab
Tap the Search icon (second icon) next to your Home Screen.
Select the For you tab and scroll down.
Note: There is a possibility that Twitter might have no recommendations for you here.3. From the ‘Topics’ Tab
Tap your Profile Picture and select Topics.
Now, head to Suggested.4. Follow Topics from other users’ profile
Visit other users’ profiles.
Tap the three dots (…) at the top right.
Hence, if you followed something by mistake and wish to unfollow, read on!
💡 Tip: It is also annoying when you tweet something, and people worldwide keep coming at you. If you are tired of people trolling in your replies tweet section, learn how to make your Twitter account private.
There are multiple ways to unfollow all recommendations on Twitter! Here’s how.
How to unfollow Topics on Twitter from iPhone or iPad1. From Twitter Home
When browsing through your Twitter Home timeline, you might come across tweets under the Topics you’ve followed or Twitter recommending these topics.
Tap the Topic name → Following.
2. From the Topics option
Tap your Profile Picture.
Unfortunately, you can’t unfollow all topics in one go. So, you’ll have to repeat steps for every topic you wish to unfollow in the list.
Moreover, if you come across topic suggestions in your feed and don’t want those recommendations either, tap See More → Stop Recommending.
You will no longer see this topic in your feed. Follow the same every time you see Recommended Topics in your feed.
However, this only turns off recommendations for topics based on your likes or categories. You’ll still see notifications for interest-based recommendations. To disable those, read along.
Bonus: Get rid of “Recommended for you” notifications
The below method works on both: the mobile app and web browser. However, ignore the first step for web browsers.
Tap your Profile Picture.
Select Settings and Privacy.
Tap Push Notifications.
Next, scroll down to the From Twitter section.
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You’ve got a new iPhone, downloaded a bunch of apps and over time, your iOS device is almost close to being flooded with apps of all sorts. Now comes the hard part, you are struggling to find and launch apps quickly.
That’s one of the reasons why people look for ways to launch apps faster. Unlike before, it has become a lot easier to instantly find your favorite apps or the ones you often use. Head over to discover many ways you can improve your multitasking on iOS devices!Tips to Launch Apps Faster on Your iPhone and iPad
Customize Dock and Make the Most of App Switcher on your iPad Powered by iOS 11
iOS 11 is claimed to be a monumental leap for iPad. And looking at the features like Dock and super handy App Switcher, the assertion does seem to be holding the truth.
The dock allows you to not just access apps faster but also shows the three most recently used apps. It works very much in line with Mac’s dock. Even better, you can also customize it to suit your needs better.
App Switcher has become really versatile in iOS 11 for iPad. With it, you can switch between apps more smoothly. It shows all of your recently used apps as well as Control Center. Simply double press the Home button to access it and then just tap on the app you wish to launch.
Use App Switcher Elegantly on Your iPhone
The app switcher enables you to quickly switch between apps. It’s one of my favorite ways to rev up productivity on iPhone. Just double press the Home button to bring up all the opened apps → next swipe left or right to locate the one you want to switch to the app cards and tap on it.
Rearrange App Icons in iOS 11 on Your iPhone and iPad
iOS 11 allows you to rearrange app icons with ease. You can easily move apps from one screen to the other. Besides, you also have the option to keep multiple apps in one folder. Keep a particular category of apps in one folder to access them a bit easier. For instance, you can put all the social apps in one folder to instantly access them from one place. (How to use drag and drop on iPhone running iOS 11)
Use the Dock Smartly on Your iPhone
You can keep up to four apps in the dock. Make sure to keep the ones that you often use.
To remove any app from the dock: Touch and hold on an app to enter edit mode → now drag the app out of the dock.
To rearrange apps: When in edit mode, drag the app to the desired place
To add apps: Simply drag an app and put it in the place you want in the dock
Make the Best Use of Spotlight Search
With the use of Spotlight, you can quickly find the app you want to use. Just swipe down from the top of the Home screen to bring up Spotlight.
(Now, check out the four most recently used apps.)
Enter the name of the app you want to launch. The moment you begin to enter the name in the Spotlight, it suggests you the apps; thereby making it a lot easier to find them. In many cases, you may not have to enter more than a couple of letters to find an app.
Make the best use of Siri Suggestions
The lock screen is no longer a barren land. Siri suggests you apps as per when and where you use them. For instance, if you use a news app in the evening at 8 PM, it will suggest it at the same time. If you play an action game in a garden, it will suggest the game app whenever you go to the garden.
Just swipe right from left on the Home screen a few times to access Lock screen. Now, check out the suggested apps under Siri App Suggestions.
Clean Up the Mess
You may have downloaded some apps on your device just to test them out but may have forgotten to delete them. There may also be some apps which you may no longer need. It would be better to clean up the unnecessary apps to not just prevent your device from being cluttered but also make it easier to manage apps.
iOS 11 allows you to automatically offload the unused apps. There is also an option to delete them without removing their data. And when you reinstall the apps, you will get the option to recover their documents and data.
The logic is pretty straightforward, keep only the apps which you use and remove the ones that are redundant or liability for your smartphone.
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