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24
Jul
FamilyTime

Use iPhone Parental Controls to Reduce Screen Time

An average teenager spends 8 hours and 41 minutes on their cell phones; this is 20 minutes more than the average night’s sleep and 61% of them are iPhone users. Sleep experts warn parents that continuous exposure to mobile devices is leading to poor sleep habits, which has a direct effect on their health. An [More...]
09
Jun
Mobile Bingo vs Real Life Bingo

Can Playing Mobile Bingo Be As Fun As The Real Thing?

I have a great aunt who loves to play bingo. She goes every week and lives for the hustle-and-bustle atmosphere of the bingo hall, the clever slang used to call out the numbers, the fancy white visor with green cap and, of course, the thrill of being able to shout out the much sought-after word [More...]
05
Jun
Partition Master Free 10.5 by EaseUS

Why You Should Partition Your Hard Drive Using Partition Master Free 10.5 by EaseUS

Disk partitioning is a way to relieve all manner of computer-related stresses by dividing one hard drive into multiple independent volumes. What this does is separate your data, applications and operating system, so if one fails you won’t lose the rest, as well as making the back-up and restoration process much simpler, quicker and easier. [More...]
13
Apr
iMic HD

iRig Mic HD: Particularly Versatile Handheld Digital Microphone

For anyone who’s ever tried to record a demo just using an iPhone (so anyone who plays guitar born in the last 30 years), you’ll know that using voice memos just doesn’t cut it. Luckily for all you aspiring Bob Dylans out there, IK Multimedia’s iRig Mic HD allows you to record high quality [More...]
09
Apr

GTArcade has officially released League of Angels – Fire Raiders on iOS and Android

GTArcade has officially launched League of Angels – Fire Raiders, the mobile version of the 2014 Facebook MMORPG, on iOS and Android. League of Angels – Fire Raiders still tasks you with collecting customizable heroes and angels to combat evil beings in a variety of different PvE and PvP modes (cross-server arena battles, team dungeons, and [More...]
08
Apr

Hard Phone Vs. Softphone: Are My IPhone Apps Costing Me Clients?

  Regardless of the fast growth of social media and other online tools, 79% of consumers still prefer to contact a customer service representative over the phone (Nuance, 2013). I’ve been there before and, probably, so have you. Think about it. When you have an issue with an important online transaction, would you rather fill in [More...]
08
Apr

#Bendgate2 or Bend it like Samsung

Some things drive marketing men and women round the bend. For the hard working folks at Samsung, mention of bends is liable to do just that right now. After making fun of the iPhone 6 Plus for the way it behaved under physical duress, the poor folk at Samsung have found themselves embroiled in the [More...]
25
Feb
Widgets vs Apps

The Difference Between Widgets and Apps

Many new smartphone users find themselves confused about the role of widgets and apps in personalizing their smartphone and making it easier to use, you can read more here. This can lead to frustration, as these types of program are not interchangeable. As a result, many an excited new owner has missed the opportunity to [More...]
24
Feb
10 Ways To Use Your Mobile

10 Ways That You Can Use a Mobile Phone

A mobile phone is a major part of our everyday lives, from using a phone to text and call, to using a phone to get you from A to B. We just can’t live without them, can we? Recently the mobile phone price comparison site, SellMyMobile.com decided to look into the many ways that we can [More...]
19
Feb
POS

Changing Small Business with the iPad

Over 67 million iPads sold in 2014, according to Statista. While many of these devices were set on the path to become a mobile entertainment system, a high-tech textbook shelf or even an extremely pricy writing tablet for their new owner, a large number have found a higher calling: helping small businesses get a little [More...]