The latest update to iOS 8 lets you filter spam texts, tell Siri to use a speakerphone, and more.
To feast your eyes on all of these miracles of modern technology, PYBT: 19 Mind-Blowing Tricks Every iPhone And iPad User Should Know. Ask Siri, “What flights are above me?” or just say, “Planes overhead,” and she’ll pull up a chart featuring each plane’s flight number, its altitude, and its angle. Turn your phone horizontally when in your calendar app to see a more detailed view of your appointments. This is so simple to do, yet totally changed my ability to CONVEY HOW EXCITED OR MAD I WAS to my friends without having to hit the shift arrow every time. This is especially useful if you have kids, or have zero self-control when it comes to Candy Crush. Hold down the dash on your keyboard to get a super-cool menu of dashes, which you can use to please all your grammar stickler friends. Snapchat's latest update brings a number of impressive improvements to the popular photo-sharing app we all know and love.
From convenient shortcuts to new tools for creating snap masterpieces, many of the app's best features are difficult to find. Whether you're a Snapchat newbie or power user, you can step up your snap game by learning how to unlock these tips, tricks and secrets. Typing captions on top of snaps is great, but what if you want to overlay your snap with larger text and emoji? Draw with a white crayon by touching the rainbow color slider and dragging your finger to the top-left corner.
Similarly, you can draw with a black crayon by touching the rainbow color slider and dragging your finger to the bottom. You’ll notice when you drag your finger from the rainbow slider to the left or to the bottom of the snap, you’ll be able to use a bunch of in-between colors that aren't available on the palette.


Snapchat's latest upgrade allows you to add Instagram-like filters, art and other data labels to your snap. If you want to display what the temperature was when you captured the snap, use this filter.
The replay feature allows you to replay a snap that was sent to you within the past 24 hours. By default, Snapchat displays three friends you most interact with the most on the "Send To" screen. If you want to change the number of friends shown, go to your settings (see the first step on this list). A screen will appear prompting you to change your passcode, along with a full QWERTY keyboard.
Turns out there’s a stupidly easy way to view timestamps of your messages in iOS 7: touch and drag message bubbles to the left.
Your phone will capture a ton of photos in rapid succession and save them to your camera: a great way to guarantee you’ll get a profile pic to your liking. This is particularly handy if you keep your phone in your pocket, so you can distinguish hands-free between a pesky email from your boss and a fun text. Well, you can end your search now, because we're covering the ins and outs of navigating Snapchat's hidden features, which will help transform your snap into a work of art. For example, if you're in New York City's Flatiron District, you can add art like the one below. But the latest version of Snapchat makes it easy to find them, and the codes don't work anymore. Instead of tapping the camera icon in the top-right corner of the screen to switch the camera view, just tap the screen twice. Instead of waiting for the next snap to appear in a Story, you can tap the screen (while pressing down to view the Story), and it will take you to the next snap.


According to Snapchat, these friends are selected automatically by the app's friendship algorithm.
Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. The next time you unlock your phone, the keyboard will appear instead of just the number pad. If you change your mind after you’ve hit Undo, shake your phone again for a handy “Redo Typing” box.
But what you may not know is that you don't have to limit yourself to the color palette on the rainbow slider. Press down on the rainbow slider until the full color palette appears, and then select the transparent color. Snapchat has a front-facing flash feature that will white out your screen, brightening your photo. It will automatically switch from the rear-facing camera to the front-facing camera, and vice versa. To replay, simply tap on the snap you want to view again, and a notification like the one below will pop up.
To enable this feature, open the settings app, scroll down, choose General, tap Accessibility, then turn on Speak Selection.



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