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Apple iOS 15 :Five features every iPhone user should know

  iOS 15, the newest operating system for the iPhone, comes with a ton of changes. From features like SharePlay, which allows you to watch movies and listen to music over FaceTime to Safari, the default browser getting its biggest redesign in years, there’s so much packed into iOS 15.   1. Markup iOS lets you markup your images directly in the Photos app. Essentially, the Markup feature lets you edit screenshots, add signatures to PDF, draw on images, add text for fun captions without needing to download a third-party app. Here’s how to use the Markup editor in the Photos app on iPhone (it also works on the iPad):    To draw on Photos: #Open any photo and tap Edit , then the Markup button. The easy-to-use editing tool includes a pen, a highlighter, a pencil, and an eraser. #Tap the colour picker circle (the option is towards the right of the Plus button). #Start doodling on your photo. #Choose your preferred drawing tool. You have the option to select the thickness of

Top 10 amazing facts

 Top best amazing facts  Glaciers   Glaciers contain an estimated 69 per cent of the world's freshwater supply. In comparison lakes, rivers, swamps, and similar bodies can only claim a combined 0.3 per cent. - If every glacier and ice sheet on Earth suddenly melted, global sea levels would rise by over 260 feet     The road to Giza     The road to Giza is the world's oldest known paved road. at over 4,600 years old   It covered a distance of seven and a half miles – connecting the quarries to the Southwest of Cairo, to the quay on Lake Moeris which connected to the Nile.      Titanic  The movie cost more than the Titanic itself     Fastest wind gust on earth The fastest wind gust ever recorded on the surface of the Earth: 231 miles per hour , recorded April 12, 1934 by Mount Washington Observatory staff.    world longest straight road  240 km   Built originally as a private road for King Fahd (SAU), the stretch of Highway 10 connecting Highway 75 in the Haradh area to H

Top best amazing facts

Top best amazing facts  Top Most Interesting World Facts You'll Ever Hear   1.    International space station (ISS)   The most expensive man-made object is the International Space Station (ISS).  Its final cost will be over $100 billion (£66.7 billion). The space station completes 16 orbit of earth in just 24 hours. travelling through 16 sunrises and sunsets with the speed of 5 miles per second The space station is about 357ft long from end to end - that's about the same as a football pitch. The international space station weighs about 420,000kg - that's about the same as 320 cars   2. The Dolce   The dolce is the world first gold -plated hotel    The dolce hotel is coated with pure 24k gold The hotel is very affordable around 10000 indian rupees for 1 night    3.   James Webb Space Telescope James webb telescope is a 3 stories high and the size of a tennis court  James webb is the largest telescope ever sent into space and 100 times more powerful than hubble telescope.

TOP Best FREE Walking GPs Apps

Best walking GPs apps for Android and iPhone  1. Fitbit App Mobile Tracker (No Fitbit Required)  The Fitbit app can be used to track your walking workouts with GPS as well as  your dai l y steps using the motion sensor on your phone. After downloading the application, and being prompted to select which tracker yo u are setting up, choose “no  Fitbit yet” and it will set up the Mobile Tracker. Following each workout, you can review your route, distance, time, pace , mile  sp lit times, calories burned, and steps. You can also challenge your friends with  virtual adventure races if you feel like a bit of friendly co mpetition. Download for iPhone  Download for android  2.  Walkmeter GPS, available for iPhone and Android Walkmeter has plenty of fun features to try. You can view your walks on a calendar or by the route. It links with Google Maps so you can see terrain maps, and it even automatically records the weather. Walkers can transfer  maps into the app directly from an email or