Tag Archives: iOS

How To Hide Apps

How To Hide Apps? Android and iOS

Do you have any nosy friends who don’t miss an opportunity to peek at the latest apps you’ve installed on your smartphone? Your smartphone often ends up in the hands of children, who could sow chaos in your work apps? In my opinion you should start hiding the icons of the apps that you think are most important, or that you want to keep private. But, How To Hide Apps?

Read More »

Microsoft Word Flow

Microsoft Word Flow has come to iOS and is one of the best keyboards on the Apple platform

Users of Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile can boast of many things and although applications for the platform are not just a source of pride (quantity especially) if it is true that there are some notable like this that concerns us and not which is another Microsoft keyboard. Microsoft Word Flow as it is called is a fabulous keyboard that stands out for its learning functions while the user often used (the more you write best suited to the terminology you use) and their…

Read More »

Android is safer than iOS

Android is safer than iOS

Android does not stand out mainly for being considered one of the safest in the world operating systems. In fact, it is one of the reasons why this system is criticized both when compared with iOS. However, the fact is that, in fact, could be talking about an operating system that is safer than Cupertino. Eric Schmidt gives headline to this article. Who has been CEO of Google for their golden years, and now holds the position of Executive Director, she said a week ago…

Read More »

WhatsApp

WhatsApp makes cleaning, end of the year will only be on Android, iOS and Windows Phone

WhatsApp was the first to reach the battle for mobile messaging, and hence proceeds much of his success. As described in his blog, when WhatsApp began their wanderings in 2009 the mobile ecosystem was very different: the 70% of mobile selling system they had Nokia or BlackBerry. It is not surprising therefore that WhatsApp is available for a range of platforms “minority” that a new application would normally overlook. This is the case of the version of WhatsApp for Symbian, Nokia Series 40, Blackberry or older versions of Android like Android 2.1.

Read More »