iPhone 6S Plus Review

By admin | Published October 27th, 2015

Apple has recently refreshed their iOS lineup with two brand new devices. We now have the iPhone 6S and the bigger iPhone 6S Plus. In this review, we’ll be taking a look at the latter and giving our thoughts on the device as a whole. Check out our iPhone 6S Plus review below.

Build Quality

Let’s first talk about the build quality of the iPhone 6S. Being the second smartphone by Apple to ever feature such a large display size, the build quality of the 6S is very important. It’s even more so that Apple get things right this time when...

7 New Android and iPhone Apps for July

By admin | Published August 5th, 2015

iOS: Help Me Focus ($0.99)

Help Me Focus is a new iOS application that can be picked up for $0.99. As the name suggests, this app is designed to help you focus on tasks, work and studying. This app encourages you to work for short bursts and rewards you with quick breaks between each burst of work, and provides the tools for you to follow this type of productivity.

iOS: Bricolage ($2.99)

Bricolage is currently only available for iOS and it costs $2.99. For this 3 dollar price tag, you’re given an application that can provide users with over...

You Can Now Use ‘Find my Phone’ via Google

By admin | Published May 27th, 2015

If you’ve got an Android device you’ve got something new to be a little less worried about. Google has just announced a brand new feature that allows you type ‘Find my Phone’ into the Google search engine and bring back location results for your handset.

By typing in the phrase “Find my Phone” and searching for it on Google, the Android device manager will pop up.

This will then allow you to locate a phone of your choice, so long as it is tied to your Google account you are currently logged in to. When you first set up the...

Here are Five Great Android Wear Apps to Try Out

By admin | Published April 11th, 2015

Android Wear is still a fairly new system, so there are not that many apps that are truly worth checking out. With that being said, you’ll still find some great Android Wear apps in the Google Play store, and in this article we will be listing five. Take a look below.

Wear Apps Tracker

If you want to download some new apps onto your Android Wear device, you are going to want to be able to track these apps. By default, Android Wear watches do not come with the standard Android notifications for installation, app changes, updates or other...

How to Transfer your Android Contacts and Data to an iPhone

By admin | Published April 9th, 2015

Moving over to a new phone may sound like a pain, but there are a surprisingly large amount of tools available that will help you to transfer your Android contacts and data to an iPhone or another phone of choice. In this article, we’ll explain how you can move all of your important contact data onto your brand new device.

If you would like to transfer your contacts, email and calendar information to a new iPhone, follow these steps.

Android Steps

Step 1 - On your Android, navigate to the settings menu.
Step 2 - In the settings menu, navigate...

Android 5.0 Lollipop, in the UK with the LG G3

By admin | Published January 14th, 2015

The new Android 5.0 Lollipop has started to be displayed on the LG G3 in the United Kingdom and planning to be introduced to other Vodafone devices this year.

The new update to Android 5.0 began being applied in Europe, more specifically in Poland, in November last year and it is now currently expanding all throughout the continent.

LG is the first brand which started delivering the latest Android to its smart devices, starting with the G3 and continuing with others too. To get unlocked your LG please click here.

The improvements brought...

A practical Android app for shortening URLs: ShortPaste

By admin | Published August 20th, 2014

There are many people who use their smartphones daily for more than an hour, sending emails, sharing info with friends or even working with their help. You can unlock your smartphone here!

In these cases, working with long, annoying URLs can be a really fastidious action and of course that some people eventually thought about a solution to this problem: an app that makes links shorter called ShortPaste.

Even online tools that shorten the URLs such as bit.ly or goo.gl can be difficult to use repetitively every day, so ShortPaste brings the...

New Android L, brought to the HTC One

By admin | Published July 4th, 2014

The Android L developer preview has been announced by Google and it’s also available for download, although the fact that the full version it is not completely finished yet and won’t be available for a few months from now. We do have available unlock codes for android handset just visit here!

Despite the fact that Android users still have to wait for the new version, the good news is that HTC has already announced that it will bring the necessary updates from Android L when the time comes, for the HTC One (M8) and for the original HTC...

The SwiftKey keyboard app is now free

By admin | Published June 26th, 2014

If you are a fan of the practical Swiftkey Android app that helps you type faster with text prediction, now you will be happier because the app became free for all users.

Its initial price was $3.99 and it was one of the best-selling apps in Google Play ever since 2012, when it was launched.

The company decided to offer the app for free now, the users only having to pay if they want new themes for their keyboard. This will probably keep the sales high, as the themes have always been highly requested in Swiftkey. The chief marketing officer...

The new Android Microsoft Outlook App

By admin | Published June 23rd, 2014

It seems that Microsoft decided to bring its Outlook Web App to Android also, making it available to some devices. It offers the same features as the version for iOS but it is limited to Android KitKat 4.4 users.

Owners of Samsung Galaxy S4, S5, Galaxy Note 3, of Nexus 5, Moto X and Sony Xperia Z1 and ZL can benefit of the Outlook app, but the list will be soon enlarged according to the users’ requirements. You can unlock your smartphone here!

The app is currently in a prerelease period which is destined to fixing bugs and testing. The...