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How to delete or move multiple folders at once with Dropbox for iOS

Dropbox is not only a useful cloud storage service for organizing files on your computer, but also on your iPhone and iPad. With the ability to not only view files in your Dropbox account but manipulate them as well, Dropbox for iOS makes it easy to move, delete, and manage your files right from your iPhone and iPad.

Here's how:

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How to open links from YouTube for iOS in the Chrome app

If you've got both the YouTube and Chrome for iOS apps installed, they can work nicely together and allow you to open the links you tap on in the YouTube app in the Chrome app instead of Safari.

If you prefer Chrome over Safari, this setting is one you'll definitely want to use. Here's how to set it up:

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How to manage and control your Facebook subscribers with Facebook for iOS

Facebook allows you to not only have friends that can see all of what's posted on your timeline, but lets you subscribe to others that may not be your friends. Only public posts will be viewable to those people.

If you prefer not to have public subscribers and followers on Facebook or want to customize whether or not they can comment on your public posts, you can do so easily with Facebook for both iPhone and iPad. Here's how:

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Top 5 secret Siri tips: How to add, find, delete, and do everything faster!

Yes, sure, Siri's had some lingering reliability issues over the last couple years, but when it works, it works so well that it can save you an incredible amount of time and effort in getting things done. Adding things to apps, typing out text, even searching for things can require a lot of tapping, and involve a lot of frustration. Sometimes it's just easier to have Siri do what you say, rather than taking the time to do it yourself. And when you master some of the lesser known Siri skills, it can seem almost like magic.

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How to share a YouTube video with someone from the YouTube app for iOS

There's undoubtedly come a time when you've found a video on YouTube that you'd like to share with someone else. Fortunately, the YouTube app for both iPhone and iPad makes this incredibly easy to do and gives you loads of options to do it.

Here's how:

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How to take a screenshot with Mac OS X

OS X makes it super simple to take a screenshot of not only any app but any area of the Mac desktop. This comes in handy if you ever need to share something with someone, like scores on a game, frames from your favorite videos, bugs you want to document, or even how-to posts like this! After you take a screenshot on your Mac, it will simply appear on your desktop for you to share as you'd like.

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How to add a video to the Watch Later list in YouTube for iOS

If you have a YouTube account, you can easily add videos you want to remember to watch to your Watch Later list in just a few taps. It's a nice feature for times when you come across a video you want to watch but don't have time to right at that second. Instead of weeding through searches in order to find it again, you'll be able to access it in just a few taps inside the YouTube app for iPhone and iPad.

Here's how:

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Enjoy buying movies and TV from Google Play? Here's how to watch them on your iOS device!

If you use an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch, then there's a strong possibility you already get your online TV and movie fix from iTunes, Netflix or Hulu. But, what about Google Play Movies and TV? If you were an Android user that's now crossed over to using iOS, you may well have a bunch of stuff you bought from Google. Or, you just might prefer to buy things from the Play Store. But, you're stuck, right? No mobile app to watch them on iOS means you're limited to where you can watch them? Actually, that's not quite true. There is a way, and it's ridiculously simple. Here's how to watch your Google Play video content on your iOS device.

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How to quickly access drafts in Twitter for iOS

If you use Twitter for iOS on either your iPhone or iPad, you've probably had a time where you had a tweet fail and tell you it has been saved to your drafts. Whether that reason was spotty service or something else, you will need to try and resend it at a later time. Drafts also doubles as a nice place to jot down thoughts for a later time if you don't have time to interact with followers right that second.

Instead of hopping through several menus, here's how to access the drafts section of Twitter for iPhone and iPad in only one tap:

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How to fix iOS 7 beta activation errors

If you're updating an iPhone from iOS 6 to a beta version of iOS 7 for either development or testing, Apple will check the UDID of the device in order to make sure it's registered to a developer account. I ran into an issue this past week where an iPhone that was legitimately registered to my personal developer account would not activate. After a quick internet search, I discovered I definitely wasn't alone in having this problem. Luckily, I was able to find a way around it. Here's how:

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