Long Press is a magical function. This Nugget provides a list of 10 ways that you can use a long press for shortcuts or quick access to functions on your Android phone.Read More
It is important to be able to manage the ringer on your phone so that an incoming phone call or other notification doesn’t ring in an inappropriate time. This Nugget explores the benefits and use of Do Not Disturb to manage the ringer and notifications.Read More
QR Code are showing up all over the place. In mailings, in stores, even on the side of you local USPS truck. Recent Android phones can scan QR codes using the camera. Or use Google assistant or Google lens if you phone doesn’t scan directly. This Nugget shows you how.Read More
One of the appealing features of Android phones is the ability to customize your Home Screen. This Recipe reviews the process and makes a design recommendation.Read More
Learn how the Contacts app can be used to record and used as an address book that is easy to update and use. We’ll also show you how to save contacts from phone calls and texts.Read More
The iPhone Calendar App allows you to keep a calendar in your pocket or handbag. But beyond a basic calendar it offers a number of other benefits to help you stay oranized.
This Senior Tech Recipe will focus on the two core tasks of working with the Calendar App, viewing your Calendar and creating events.
Email is essential for connected Seniors. It is a free and fast way to send and receive messages with friends, families and more. It is essential for online shopping, banking and engaging with the Senior Tech Club. Let’s get started with this email recipe.Read More
If you use an Android smartphone or tablet, you can get many things done faster and more easily using the Google Assistant.
This recipe will get you going with the Google Assistant. And provide some handy commends for everyday use.
This recipe will get you going with Siri.Read More