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Thursday, February 26, 2015

14 Ways to Speed up Your iPhone - How to Speed up iPhones

All computing devices are prone to slowing down over time, as their memory fills up and extra software is installed, but the way iPhones use their memory makes them less prone to this than most.

It's possible that it just feels slower than it used to, because you've got used to what initially seemed dazzlingly quick operation, or have started to compare it to friends' newer, faster models.

But sometimes it's possible to make a direct comparison: when there's an app you used to enjoy but has since become unusably juddery. Such a situation is what led us to write this feature. The wonderful, super-fast game Super Hexagon demands lightning reflexes to survive, but the stuttering graphics on our iPhone 4 now make it impossible to play. We've also been seeing problems with the iPhone 4 handling Temple Run 2.

Here are some great methods to speed up an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S or even iPhone 5, iPhone 5c or iPhone 5s, if you're not happy with the way it's running.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

How to save and restore iPhone and iPad game progress data

Games for your iPhone and iPad can be pretty hefty. By the time a media-rich title’s done expanding after download, it can easily munch 1 GB or more of your storage space. Buy enough games and sooner or later your iOS device will be full — and because you can’t expand its storage, you’ll have to delete something to add anything new.

An added complication on iOS comes from the system deleting an app’s settings and data when the app itself is removed. This means if you’ve spent many months working your way through a game and you delete it, your progress will vanish in an instant. This tutorial provides methods for stopping that happening in the vast majority of cases.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

How to Tidy iTunes Music Library by Removing Duplicate iTunes Songs

Duplicated music files in iTunes can be a real pain. This foolproof guide to removing duplicate iTunes songs keeps your iTunes library fresh and clean.

We think iTunes is a fantastic music manager, and it has become much faster, cleaner and more interesting to use in recent years. However, one problem persists, that of duplicated audio files. Sometimes iTunes get multiple copies of the same song, or even two copies of the whole album. Duplicated files in iTunes are annoying because they waste space, make searching more complicated, and sometimes you end up playing the same song repeatedly.

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