As a refresher, on Android phones, the “share” button looks like a “less-than” sign, with a circle at each point, whereas on iPhones, it’s an arrow pointing out of a rectangle. But no matter which platform you’re using, the purpose of the button is the same—to share whatever you’re looking at with other people.
The Android share icon is a simple three dots with lines joining them. The same symbol is also used by ShareThis, a popular plugin for developers to share to all the popular social networks. It looks like a graph with nodes and vertices connecting them.
Apple’s products use an icon showing a box with an upward arrow. This icon is used on several Apple products: In iOS’s iWork, for sharing work on iWork.com. In Mobile Safari, to show a menu of options: “Add Bookmark,” “Add to Home Screen,” “Mail Link to this Page,” and “Print.”
Share App Store, iTunes Store and Apple Books purchases with Family Sharing. … You can then see and download your family members’ purchases from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV and PC, and enjoy them too.
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Go to Settings.
- Tap your name, then tap Family Sharing.
- Tap Add Member.
- Enter your family member’s name or email address and follow the onscreen instructions.
- Choose whether you’d like to send an invitation via Messages or to invite them in person.
How do I set up AirPrint?
On your mobile device, open the Wi-Fi network menu, and then select your printer with DIRECT in the name. If prompted, enter the Wi-Fi Direct password, and then tap Join. Open the item you want to print, and then select the option to Print. Select AirPrint, if prompted.