In my previous article on iPhone Storage Management I mentioned researching Facebook app issues on my iPhone. The Facebook app can be quite a memory hog. People seem to have a great deal of trouble with it. If this is you, then read on for a way to remove the Facebook app from your iPhone but still have Facebook on your iPhone. Kind of like having your cake and eating it too.
This is a very helpful article on how to use Emoji in Yosemite. I use Emoji characters quite frequently. The Yosemite implementation of them is quite well done. Give this a read, it provides some keyboard combinations to open the new Emoji palette.
Recently I was reading an article about the Facebook app on the iPhone which lead me into the whole topic of storage management. I have only ever had a 16GB iPhone, currently the 5s version. So, I have to be careful what I install and how much stuff I keep on it.
A while back I did a review of the excellent Mac cleanup utility app CleanMyMac from Macpaw software. Macpaw has just released CleanMyMac 3 (CMM3) with some Yosemite fixes and new features. For an overview of what CMM2 does see my previous article. Today I want to look at some of the new features in CMM3.
In my last article I covered the Programs and Maintenance areas of the new CleanApp 5. In this installment I want to look at the Clean Up and More areas. As I said previously, CleanApp has morphed into a swiss army knife clean up program.