Reminders on iOS provides an integrated way to keep track of to-do items and lists. Thanks to iCloud, lists can be shared with another person. Not only can a shared list be viewed by others, but the list can be edited as well. This means those with iCloud or using Family Sharing can actively collaborate on lists. In order to share lists, you must be signed into iCloud and the Reminders app must be enabled within iCloud settings.
The stock Reminders app in iOS continues to improve. Apple has added many features including geofencing and Siri integration to the built-in app for lists on iPhone. Many users don't realize there's an easy way to organize their reminders into separate lists. Reminders supports multiple lists that can be synced over iCloud. Setting up multiple lists all begins with creating a new list.
Running the latest and greatest beta software can be exciting. It can also be premature, as there's a reason why they call it beta testing. For those with a device running iOS 12 beta, downgrading back to iOS 11 may be a preferred option. This means re-joining the wait for a public release of iOS 12 this fall.
Safari on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has slowly increased a limit on the number of tabs that can be left open in the background. Originally only eight tabs could be left open, then Apple introduced the Rolodex-inspired Safari interface with over 20 tabs. Since iOS 10, improvements to software and hardware alike have lifted these limits to an "unlimited" number of tabs. In reality, there's still a maximum number of Safari tabs that can be opened in iOS.
Directly recording the screen of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch has been a native feature of iOS for some time. Adding a button to the Control Center makes it possible to start recording the screen quickly, saving the video to the device's Camera Roll. Users may have noticed the default setting does not include sound. How does one add audio to screen recordings?