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Like most computer applications, iOS apps generally have some collection of preferences or settings to customize how they look and behave. Sometimes these settings are stored and controlled in the apps themselves. For example, here's the Star Chart app I purchased in a previous movie. And its settings are accessed by this little gear icon in the lower right-hand corner. Here's another one called lapse it, which is a time lapse photography app. And you can see it has a button here clearly labeled Settings. So again, sometimes the settings are stored and controlled in the apps themselves. But sometimes they're controlled elsewhere, it really depends on the app.
But you can easily find out which apps have external preferences by going to Settings. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. And in here, just scroll down, and towards the bottom of the screen below all the built-in system settings, you'll find a list of all the apps that use this location to store their preference settings. Just tap any one to access that app's settings. Again, not all apps store their preferences here, but if they're not here, they're in the app itself. So, you shouldn't have any trouble finding them in one place or the other.
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