Why iPhone is Every Time Wins

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Why iPhone is Every Time Wins

In its income report for last quarter, Apple said it anticipates that iPhone deals will back off this year. It’ll be the first run through in the iPhone’s history Apple has reported negative deals development.

Furthermore, in light of the fact that Apple is the iPhone organization, you’re going to see a great deal of tech savants retching fate and agony throughout the following couple of days now that Apple’s most essential, beneficial item is no more developing the way it used to.

Be that as it may, the iPhone is a long way from in a bad position.

Unless cell phones are abruptly supplanted overnight by some enchanted new innovation, the iPhone has a long, effective life in front of it. It’s not due to prevalent equipment. (A lot of other telephone producers have gadgets that can coordinate the iPhone’s specs.) It’s not as a result of predominant configuration.

It is a result of iOS designers India.

Cell phone development has slowed down to the point that it’s about unthinkable for one Android telephone to emerge from another. They all have the same applications and essential elements. There’s no real advantage to owning a Samsung telephone over a telephone from Motorola, LG, HTC, or any other person.

Yet, the iPhone is the main gadget with iOS, which has fled with the title of the most important cell phone stage.

iPhone app Developers India profit on iOS, which thusly urges them to make best applications and overhauls for the iPhone first. What’s more, when the iPhone has the best applications, it keeps clients bolted into its biological system when they’re prepared to move up to another gadget, which thusly keeps designers wedded to the stage. Etc.

It is not simply applications either. Some Apple administrations, particularly iMessage, keep clients fastened to iOS. iOS likewise serves as the establishment for other subordinate items like Apple TV and Apple Watch, something Apple’s administrators highlighted amid the income call Tuesday. What’s more, Apple keeps its iOS gadgets reliably redesigned for a considerable length of time with security fixes and new components. Numerous Android telephones quit getting new, noteworthy upgrades following a year or somewhere in the vicinity.

iOS is the genuine rock star. Not the iPhone itself. Awesome equipment is one thing, yet without an intense stage behind it, that equipment is trivial. (Take a gander at FitBit, Samsung, and GoPro’s late inconveniences in the event that you don’t trust me.)

Apple had a crazy 2015, discharging a few items and administrations with flawed plans and inquisitive use cases. Apple Music was loaded with bugs, it’s still tormented by a confounding interface. The iPad Pro can’t supplant your portable PC, in spite of Apple’s cases it can. The Apple Watch isn’t a crucial contraption for a great many people. The new Apple TV remote is an agony to utilize.

Be that as it may, the iPhone App Development was rock strong. After so long, it’s still the best cell phone you can purchase. It will presumably see a plunge in deals this year, and things might in any case be moderately rough until Apple revives the lineup with another iPhone in the fall, however there’s no indication of iOS losing its energy to Android.

How To Use Google Maps Offline On Android & iOS

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Google Maps now has offline functionality built in, which means getting from A to B no longer requires a data connection

Google has issued a pretty significant update to its Google Maps application for iOS and Android. The new version of Google Maps, rolled out this week, is now available inside the App Store and Google Play, and brings with it a host of new features, including the ability to save maps for offline viewing.

There’s no turn-by-turn navigation on these “offline” maps, however, but the cached data has been tweaked by Google so as to not take up too much memory on your device. Google has also tweaked the overall design and finish, as well as made some of the built-in features – notably navigation – a lot easier to use.

Here we’ll show you how to save Maps offline.

Open Google Maps and view your Profile (it’s the head icon in the top right). Once you’ve done this you’ll be presented with this page:

google map1Search for the area you want to save offline. I just used the area around Dennis Publishing where I work.

google map3Hit Save and that Map will be stored for offline use. Also, if you’re going on holiday or just to a new place, you can search for that particular place and save it for offline use at a later date. Handy if you’re off on your holidays anytime soon. When you save a Map it’s stored inside your Google Maps profile. Just scroll down and look for your saved Maps. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see this:
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Report: Android Beats iOS In Mobile Ad Traffic But iOS Still Leads In Mobile Ad Revenue

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Opera Mediaworks released a report showing mobile ad traffic and revenue, where for the first time, Android has overcome iOS in mobile traffic impressions.

The report shows Android with a 42.83% share in mobile ad traffic, with iOS trailing at 38.17%, followed by Blackberry with 1.14%. On the revenue end, iOS has 52.27% followed by Android with 33.46% and then 1.15% for Blackberry. On the tablet end, iOS is still by far the winer both on ad impressions and ad revenue.

Here is a chart showing the data, click on it to enlarge:

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Here is a breakdown showing the UK data, showing iOS still dominates in the UK compared to the world.

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Of Android devices, Samsung is by far the most dominate with 60% of impressions.

For more data on mobile ad traffic and revenues by device and category, see the report here.

Google released Chrome Remote Desktop for Android

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Google released Chrome Remote Desktop for Android, an app that allows you to connect to Chrome on a PC and lets you access files even if you are miles away from home. If you are running Android 4.0 or above and you would like to try this new app, just head to the closest Google Play store and download it, and start accessing your desktop on your Android device.

Chrome Remote Desktop was first released in October 2012, and until then it has been updated. Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Chromebooks have been able to use it for a while now, but this week’s addition of Android phones and tablets turns is into one of those must-have apps. Since its release the app grew very popular amongst extremely busy people that could connect to their PCs at home and access the files they needed, thus saving a lot of time.

There are still concerns about users’ privacy, all traffic is sent over SSL and even if Google claims that none of their session data is recorded, there is no guarantee. It’s not a secret that Google is a huge advertising company, so the fact that it might be interested on users’ personal data and privacy is quite obvious. The SSL isn’t immune to exploitation, so the risk of having your PC invaded and all your private data used against you exists.

But if you still want to get this app, here is what you have to do: download the Android app from Google Play, install the Chrome Remote Desktop extension into a desktop’s Chrome browser to connect the two systems. You will have to grant access for the remote connection to work and then you must also set a PIN code for your PC. Then you must select the PC name that will appear in the Chrome Remote Desktop before plugging in the same code within the app.  From here on, you are good to go.

TAG : Android App Development, Iphone App Development, Web Development

FACEBOOK APP UPDATED FOR IOS

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Facebook has updated its app for devices running iOS. The new version of app Facebook 9.0, add features like group administration and new commenting ways.

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Features:

 

  • Share photos, updates and videos
  • Get notified when friends like and comment on your posts
  • See what friends are up to
  • Play games and use your favorite apps
  • Text, chat and have group conversations

 

What’s new in this version:

 

  • Group admin can easily review and approve pending posts by group members
  • Reply directly to comments on stories by Pages that have this feature turned on
  • See posts about trending topics highlighted in News Feed on iPad.

 

 

Chrome Remote app for Android lets you control your PC on the go

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Google has done it again. They’ve released yet another awesome free app that offers the same kind of functionality you find in some seriously expensive ones: Chrome Remote Desktop for Android.

To use the new app, you just need to have the Chrome browserinstalled on your computer and you’ll need the Chrome Remote Desktop app from the Web Store. Once you’ve added it to Chrome and enabled remote connections, you don’t need to leave the browser open just to take control from your Android device. As long as your computer isn’t asleep or turned off, Chrome’s background process will detect the request and let you take the wheel from your mobile device.

Fire up the Android app and you’ll instantly see a list of the systems you have access to. It’ll show any system that you’ve signed into with your Google account that you’ve enabled Remote Desktop on — you don’t need to remember any lengthy numeric IDs.

Before you get too excited, know this: Chrome Remote Desktop isn’t going to allow you to do things like play the games in your Steam library on your phone or tablet while you’re riding to work on the train. Even when you’re using it on the same network as the computer you’re accessing, there’s enough latency that you’ll notice it. Even a fairly basic game like Terraria (yes, I had to try) isn’t playable.

It’s certainly not anything worth complaining about if you’re using Chrome Remote Desktop to do things like move files around or email yourself something that you forgot to copy onto your thumb drive before leaving the house. Google’s new app is every bit as capable of handling tasks like that as many of the paid remote control apps out there such as Teamviewer or Splashtop.

If you’re a Chrome user with an Android phone or tablet, you may as well install the new Remote Desktop app. You may only ever need to use it once, but when you do need it… you’ll reallyappreciate the fact that Google is giving it away for free.

Google Glass: Existing for Everyone in Us for Limited Time

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There is big news announced by Google that Google Glass will available to buy in US for everyone from today 14-April-2014. But everyone who lives outside the US can’t buy Google said sorry for that in a post. It’s a fantastic device and almost every one waiting for this and finally it’s available. Cost of this device is $1, 500; and available for limited time period but specific time still not announced.

Google said in their post.”Our Explorers are moms, bakers, surgeons, rockers, and each new Explorer has brought a new perspective that is making Glass better.

Glass looks like a simple pair of glasses, it has thumbnail-sized screen which attached above the right eye. User can do may thing with this device like check their emails, Twitter post , other social media activities, use GPS to get right direction. There is no need to having your mobile phone with you.

Google added bunch of advance features one of them is Glass switch on to Android latest version Kit Kat. Internet connection is by default with this eye wear., Developers can use SDK. It will allow people to give replies on photo at Google hangouts. To send feedback is become very easier and sorts your most used program at the top corner. One feature removed from Google Glass id video calling, but it is not bad news because it’s removed until make it better. Other features will include later on as per the recent report.

People who are not staying is US they also waiting for Google Glass but, Google still not announce officially to launch in other countries.

May Google announce other detail about glass in their next conference.