Tag Archive: Conversations

New iPhone app Yallo lets you record your conversations

When I first became a reporter, I bought one of those little mics you could suction-cup to a telephone to record interviews. That was some gadget, except for having to tape it to the handset because the suction cup sometimes popped off. You can still buy this kind of microphone or use your smartphone with […]

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How to Name Group Conversations in Messages for iOS

If you regularly message in group conversations or mass texts with Messages app on the iPhone or iPad, you’ve undoubtedly noticed the group conversations are labeled by the contacts involved in the conversation, like “Bob, Jon, Bill”. While that’s certainly adequate and descriptive enough, a better approach can be to assign a specific custom name … Read More

How to Mute Conversations in Messages for Mac with Do Not Disturb

With the Mac Messages app able to send and receive text messages along with iMessages, you’ll be in greater contact with friends, family, and anyone else who sends you a message. This is usually a good thing, but sometimes you’ll find yourself as a recipient to a conversation that just isn’t necessary to follow. For … Read More

SinkFoot adds flirty pictures to your adult conversations

Emoji are versatile and cute, but if you want to get a little … direct with your significant other, you have to get pretty creative. SinkFoot wants to help with its small fleet of increasingly specific pictures that you can…Read more ›

Yahoo! Mail Apps Get Conversations, Themes, 1TB Of Storage & More

Yahoo! has today updated its Yahoo! Mail apps for Android and iOS to introduce support for threaded messages (which it is calling “Conversations”), themes, and 1TB of storage for every user. That’s enough to store 500,000 to 1 million attachments, Yahoo! says, or 6,000 years’ worth of emails for the average user. Yahoo! Mail’s new […]

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Twitter For iOS Update Makes It Easier To Track Conversations

twitterTwitter released a new update for its iOS app that makes it easier for users to keep track of conversations between friends. To keep tabs on who’s saying what to whom and when, Twitter has added a blue line that connects conversations and displays replies to tweets in chronological order. Conversations can now be expanded […]

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Spice Up Conversations and Have Fun with New Emoji Icons in iOS 6

New Emoji in iOS 6

One fun but easily overlooked feature of iOS are Emoji icons, and iOS 6 has added a ton of new incredibly detailed and often hilarious Emoji into the mix. To access the extra Emoji characters, you’ll need the Emoji keyboard enabled first if you haven’t done so yet. Once it’s on, you’ll be able to access the little emoticon graphics by tapping the globe on the virtual  [Read More…]

Delete Text Messages, iMessages, & Conversations from iPhone

Delete Messages from iPhone

Want to delete a text message or conversation thread from an iPhone? Maybe it’s a regretful SMS or embarrassing iMessage conversation from after you had too much to drink, whatever it is you can quickly delete an entire conversation or even selectively delete only certain parts of a message, whether it’s a text, iMessage, or MMS. Here is how to do it:

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How to Edit Your Conversations With Siri on the iPhone 4S

Siri is the intelligent assistant that comes with the iPhone 4S. You simply hold the iPhones Home button and speak your question or command Siri does the rest. While the obvious benefit of Siri is the handsfree aspect of voice technology, you can actually edit your Siri conversations the good old fashioned way with your keyboard. If you speak a command or question into Siri and realize that you want  [Read More…]