If you’ve ever been to a party and wondered why the people in the crowd are always looking for your phone, now you know.
It’s the app state, and the app is the state.
The app state is like a mental shortcut to your smartphone’s settings.
And it’s the one that will make you feel like you’re living a better life, because it will make your app state seem like a normal, happy state.
And that’s what this post is about.
And there are other apps that do this, too, but these are the ones I’ve chosen for their simplicity and ease of use.
But here’s the deal: The app states are there to make you happy.
So how do you make them feel like a state?
There are three basic methods.
You can create a “state” by creating a shortcut, which is the default.
But I prefer to make my shortcuts the same as they would be on a normal phone.
I’ve found this shortcut works for all kinds of situations.
If you’re in the middle of a busy restaurant or waiting for a friend, you can just go to the home screen, swipe up, and then tap the shortcut.
Or, you could set the shortcut to go to a different part of the screen, or a different page, or even a different tab.
Or you can use the app’s built-in “switch mode” to set the shortcuts to toggle between different states.
And if you’ve been doing this for awhile, you’ll already know how to do the rest of the trick.
Now, if you want to use the shortcut feature for more than one purpose, there’s also a third method: you can create an app state in the app itself.
This is the most convenient way to use an app’s app states, and it’s also the easiest.
I like to call my shortcut state “appstate.”
And here’s how to create it.
To do this in iOS 10, you first need to open your home screen.
Tap Settings and then General.
You’ll see a Settings icon next to General.
In the left-hand panel, tap General.
From the Settings screen, tap the “App State” heading.
Then tap App State.
This gives you a little bit of a template for how your app should look like.
This doesn’t have to be the same app state you’ve used before, so you can change it if you like.
The next section is the main menu, which has your shortcuts, which will be used in your app.
And you’ll see your shortcut states there, along with your app’s state, as well as a toggle for switching between them.
In this example, I’ve set the appstate shortcut to switch to my home screen from my main menu.
You might see this menu in a different order than mine.
This will change if you switch to a new shortcut or switch to an appstate, or if you set it to a specific app.
So if you’re working on your first app and want to get a feel for it, it’s a good idea to start by looking at my shortcut settings.
That’s what you’re going to do in this tutorial, and if you click on the appstates link in the navigation bar at the top of the home page, you will be taken to a quick video tutorial that explains each of the shortcuts.
So when you’re ready, tap on the “Create” button in the top right corner of the Home screen.
Then, tap and hold the Home button to bring up the home menu.
In that menu, you have the options to create a shortcut to open the app, create a new app state or create a custom shortcut.
In each of these cases, you need to pick the one you want, but the other options will also be available to you if you have a second shortcut.
The default shortcut is the one from the app menu.
But you can choose other shortcuts to set as well, and they will appear under the app states section.
If I’m using the appstore shortcut, I’ll be using that to open up the app.
This isn’t a very useful shortcut, but it will open the apps settings, which are what we need right now.
Once you’ve selected the app that you want the shortcut for, you just have to press the home button and it’ll open the shortcut’s settings screen.
The first option in this screen is “Save Shortcut.”
And you can save the shortcut as a “file” and “app” shortcut.
So, you should use that for your main menu app state.
I just created an app shortcut for my home menu and it saved to a file and it used that shortcut as my main app state shortcut.
If that’s not the case, you may need to use a different shortcut to create an alternate appstate.
If so, you won’t be able to create the new app