Apple

Apple iPads, iPhones and Apps

 Check out  this information about iPads, iPhones and Apps.

Needing help?

If you wish to contact us go to the Homepage of this website and click on  Help!

 Our Phone/Tablet Group will meet again at 9.30 am on Monday 24th May. Usually the Apple and Android groups meet separately. Hope to see you there!

NB: the text in blue is a link! Just click on these links to access information,  interesting sites and videos!


Click here for the iPad User Guide and  Apple Support


Thinking about using Facebook but don’t know where to begin?

Facebook Pages that are worth following:

  • ABC South East NSW
  • Eurobodalla Shire Council
  • South Coast Community Support
  • NSW Rural Fire Service
  • The Beagle
  • Batemans Bay Notice Board
  • Moruya Notice Board
  • ABC News

Facebook is a wonderful tool for sharing posts. For posts or articles you wish to keep: Tap Share – Change the audience to Only Me.

Facebook allows you to view news posts (articles/information) that are more often posted and updated.

It increasingly used to inform public of events & may be short term and is interactive , and you can comment!

Click here to learn how to make your page private.

Charmaine’s notes – click to enlarge

You need to be a Facebook member to view Euroscug’s Facebook site


These documents may also be of help:

  • The Emergency+ App is a free app developed by Australia’s emergency services and their Government and industry partners. The app uses GPS functionality built into smart phones to help a Triple Zero (000) caller provide critical location details required to mobilise emergency services.

  • First Aid App The Australian Red Cross First Aid App is a free, comprehensive pocket guide to first aid and CPR, giving you access to the most up to date First Aid information anytime, anywhere.
  • Set up your Medical ID in the Health App on your iPhone    

  • FuelCheck is an online tool providing real-time fuel price information covering every service station across NSW. FuelCheck enables NSW motorists to:
  • Find the cheapest fuel being sold anywhere in NSW
  • Get directions to any service station in NSW
  • Search for fuel by type (E10, Regular, LPG, etc) or brand
  • Submit a complaint to NSW Fair Trading if the price at the pump doesn’t match what is shown on FuelCheck.

In addition to being available as a website at www.fuelcheck.nsw.gov.au. The app version includes all of the popular website functions with multiple new features including a Favourite Station function where you can set up alerts for when your preferred fuel drops below a certain threshold at your favourite service station. The My Trip feature helps you locate the cheapest fuel along the route of your frequent or longer journeys.