Have you ever played as a tadpole in a game? Have you ever eaten flies? In this fun, fast-paced game for both Android and iOS phones and tablets you get to do both.
Every time you connect to the internet you are being tracked and logged. Someone is watching. A VPN can help to limit that activity and adding one to an Android phone or tablet can increase your privacy and security.
We store a lot of personal and private information on our mobile phones, but is it secure? Can other people access it? Does information leak out? Are your private details being passed on? Clueful Privacy Advisor will tell you.
Avira is a company best known for its antivirus and security software. In fact, I was at the Avira website downloading some security software when I spotted Avira Android Optimizer. It looked interesting and was free in the Google Play Store.
If you have an iPhone or iPad you probably use the iTunes Store app to buy music and the Music app to play it. However, this is not the only way to buy and play music on iOS devices. There is an alternative.
If you like the sort of game where you build a city, train troops, build an army, then go and battle other players, you should add Dominations to your iPhone, iPad or Android phone or tablet.
The Mail app in IOS on the iPhone and iPad has a useful swipe function that enables you to quickly deal with email in your inbox. You probably were not aware of this, but you can actually configure the swipe options.
When apps are installed on an Android phone or tablet they can access information about you through your various Google accounts. Which apps can do this and what are they accessing? You can find out and then block them for extra privacy.
After downloading a few dozen apps for your Android phone or tablet, it becomes difficult to find the app you want. You end up swiping left and right through screens looking for it. You can create folders to organise your apps.
Android 5.01 is rolling out to many users now and if you do not already have it, you soon will. My Samsung Galaxy S4 has just received its update and if you want to know how well it runs on this old phone then read on...
As time and technology changes rapidly, the demand for mobile compatible websites and apps is increasingly growing. How do you track mobile visitors, sales, benefits, losses and more?
Do you want to develop an iOS app for your personal use or a business and you don't know how to code or develop at all? Where do you start and what do you need in order to create an iPhone or iPad app? First you need the right tools for the job and here you can find the necessary languages you need to know for iOS app development.
Are you waiting for Android 5 to be rolled out for your Android phone? You could be waiting a long time, perhaps forever because there is no guarantee it will arrive. There is an alternative if you want a brand new look and new features for your phone.
Should you buy the Apple Watch when it goes on sale in April or should you wait? This is the dilemma facing Apple fans and it is a tough decision to make. Here are some thoughts on the matter that might help you to make up your mind.
It seems like there’s an app for just about everything. That’s great news especially for the homeowners among us, who can have a plethora of useful, convenience tools right in the palms of our hands. From apps that ensure we never miss a bill to design apps and apps that help us save energy, here are some of the most essential, must-have apps for homeowners that make homeownership a bit less stressful.
If you have an Android phone and are signed into a Google account (who isn’t?), the system will back up account settings, app data, contacts, browser bookmarks, calendar, photos and videos. It does not back up text messages, call logs, and a few other things.
Google+ and OneDrive can automatically backup your photos to online storage as soon as you take them. This sounds like a great idea, but there are problems with both services that you might not like. Is it time to ditch them?
Android 5, otherwise known as Lollipop, has a confusing notification system that at first sight does not seem to make sense. If you are confused about the functions and features, this guide will show you how it all works. Take control of notifications.
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