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Create Reminders For Specific Locations Right In Mountain Lion [OS X Tips]

Create Reminders For Specific Locations Right In Mountain Lion [OS X Tips]

Sure, you’ve used location-based Reminders on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but did you know that you can create them from your Mac, as well? If you’re running OS X Mountain Lion and have iCloud enabled on both your Mac and your iOS devices, you can have a seamless location-based Reminders system right out of the box. Here’s how.

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Best Ways To Use Reminders On Your iPhone [Feature]

Best Ways To Use Reminders On Your iPhone [Feature]

Apple introduced Reminders alongside iOS 5 and Siri (for the iPhone 4S) this past October, and while the world wasn’t exactly stunned, the app made an impression. The trick with any app, of course, is finding ways to use it efficiently.

Below are five of the best tips we’ve found to help you use this simple app more effectively, all in one place for your viewing pleasure. We tried to make sure that we focused on features that all iPhone owners could use, so as not to leave out those who haven’t upgraded to the 4S just yet.

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Set Up A Location-Based Reminder With Maps [iOS Tips]

Set Up A Location-Based Reminder With Maps [iOS Tips]

Setting up a location-based reminder on the iPhone is fairly simple. Those lucky souls with an iPhone 4S can just ask Siri to do it for them, but – like the rest of us – they still need to have an address in a Contact entry on their iPhone to make it work properly. Aside from typing in address information into the Contacts app, there’s an even easier workaround, using the Maps app.

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New App Allows You to Leave Location-Based Messages, Videos for Others [Daily Freebie]

New App Allows You to Leave Location-Based Messages, Videos for Others [Daily Freebie]

First there were posts, then tweets. Now we’ve got a new word to use as a method for sharing bits of ourselves: the cling.

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