Google Photos has a lot of neat features. If you turn on location services, you can see where the photo was taken on Google Maps. Mrs. Geek will show you how on both Apple and Android phones.Continue reading →
ICE is short for In Case of Emergency. Set your phone up so a First Responder has your information in case you cannot communicate. This is an excerpt from our “What Does This Button Do?” webcast episode 163. Geeks On Tour show you how.
Every traveler needs a Blog. Google Blogger is by far the easiest free solution. It seamlessly integrates with your Photos and Maps to create a wonderful travel journal you’ll be proud to share.Continue reading →
Tutorial Video 550 about how to update an existing map using Google MyMaps.
Google My Maps is your way to keep track of the places that matter to you. Easily make custom maps to remember your favorite places, explore new cities, or plan great vacations.
GeeksOnTour will show you how.
Tutorial video number 549 from GeeksOnTour.com We all like to have some description on our photos, like writing on the back of a printed photo, Google Photos has a place for descriptions. This quick tip video shows you how to view it.
Seeing times in different time zones is a snap with the World ClockContinue reading →
Travelers often want to know what the time is wherever they are or where they’ve been. Samsung and some others have a Widget you can put on your home screen.
This is Geeks On Tour Tutorial Video 545.
Mrs. Geek’s quick tip from our What Does This Button Do? weekly show. #whatdoesthisbuttondo #thebuttonshow.
How to use Android Beam to wirelessly transfer photos or other files between two Android devices in close proximity.
Geeks on Tour tutorial video 543.
You can wirelessly send photos between iOS devices directly using Airdrop.