Privacy has become quite a hot topic in recent years, especially as more information becomes public about the extreme data harvesting techniques of big, corporate companies and governments. Phones have become a great way of collecting data on individual users, partly because just about every in the world has a phone and use them for everything from work to studies to personal communications, and even banking.
When it comes to handling your business on the go, or after hours, it’s not always easy to know which apps are worthwhile. Should you invest in a software set that has a mobile option? Or are there tried and true mobile apps that can do the work you need?
Android is the world’s most popular mobile operating system. Based on GNU/Linux, Android has come a long way since it was first released to the public, and can now boast being a highly advanced, configurable, and secure operating system that’s used on billions of different devices.
In the world of software creation, there are two main kinds of software: closed source and open source. For the average person, the difference between the two isn’t too much of a big deal at all, as long as they are able to download an app that they want and use it. But in recent years, as more and more companies have been violating user privacy, open source software has become more popular.
It’s the part of the phone that we interact with the most, and it’s how we run our apps, watch videos, communicate, and so much more. The screen of modern smartphones are marvels of engineering, combining both the input and output into a single feature.
Today’s smartphones represent a pinnacle of mobile technology. They are quickly coming to a point where the personal computer won’t be quite as necessary as it once was, especially as devices get bigger and provide a large range of functionality.
One area that phones still fall a little behind, however, is the period of time that their batteries last. Battery technology has undergone a series of innovations over the last few decades, but it’s still common practice to charge a device at least once a day.
Our smartphones are more advanced than ever before. They are packed with tons of features like front- and rear-facing cameras, fingerprint screen locks, and access to all kinds of apps. Continue reading “7 Smartphone Tips and Tricks”
What did we do before Whatsapp? We used carrier pigeon, post and…BBM. But Whatsapp revolutionised the messaging world and we have come to take it for granted.
But we can do even more than just message on Whatsapp, there are so many time saving tips to try out that you will have plenty extra time to find some great Australian betting apps to use. Continue reading “Whatsapp Tips for 2018”
The Android vs iPhone war rages on: many iPhone users passionately believe that their phone is far more intuitive and Android users enjoy the ease of customisation and configuration of their phone.
Still, as simple as iOS seems, there are plenty of hidden features you probably have no idea about! Continue reading “iPhone Hacks You’ll Want to Try Immediately”
Android phones come in many forms and are one of the most popular forms of smartphones in the world. A huge percentage of the planets and Australia’s population own them and use them for everyday tasks such as texting, taking selfies and calling people.
There are a few little hacks that you may not be aware of however which will make owning an Android even more fun. Continue reading “Things You Didn’t Know About Your Android”