This is the fastest way of selecting multiple items on an iPhone

You can select multiple items on your iPhone much more quicker that one by one. Here’s the trick.

Normally, to select things on an iPhone you begin by tapping the select button and then selecting the desired items one by one. Read more

How to hide apps from the iPhone’s home screen

Remove apps from your iPhone’s home screen, without deleting them.

This is a new iPhone feature that Android user will laugh at. But it’s ok, we know it’s late to the party. We’re talking, of course, about the ability to remove an app from the home screen without removing it entirely.

It’s pretty simple, actually. There are just three simple steps:

  1. Long press the app you want to remove until a menu pops up;
  2. Tap Remove App and a new menu will be shown;
  3. Choose “Remove from Home Screen” instead of Delete App.

Now the app will be gone from your home scree but still installed on your iPhone. You can find it in App Library or doing a search by swiping down on your home screen.

How to add and remove articles from Safari’s reading list

Here’s how to use Safari’s reading mode, to add articles that you can read later, even without internet access.

Reading mode is one of Safari’s less know but very useful features. You can save all kind of articles to this list, so you can read them later.

But, unlike the usual bookmarking system, reading mode actually saves articles locally, so you can read them when offline.

How to add an article to reading list

With the article you wish to save open in Safari, tab the Share button. There, you’ll need to use the Add to Reading List option.

How to access your Reading List

You’re reading list awaits you on the same place as your bookmarks. So tap the bookmarks button on the bottom bar in Safari and go to the middle section, with an icon resembling a pair of glasses.

How to remove an article from Reading List

Removing an article works just as in iMessage, for example. Swipe the article from right to left and tap delete.

Pretty neat, ha?

How to Preview Safari Links on iPhone

Did you knew that you can just preview links on your iPhone, before or instead opening them? Here’s how.

iOS has a neat less known feature that lets you preview links in Safari before actually opening them.

It’s pretty simple really, you just have to long press a link instead of taping it. Doing this will open a pop-up that will only show the link complete link at first.

But, after you use the “Tap to show preview” option, you will see a picture of the first screen from the page that link points to.

It’s a nice feature and can help you decide if you really want to to tap a link or not.