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Technologies Review | August 25, 2019

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How Easy Is It To Install Mobile Phone Spy Software

November 19, 2015 |

There are instances where a situation comes in where you need to install the mobile phone software for spying to find if any of employees or your kids doing something wrong. But there is a question that is it too technical to manage it. But it is not true; it is not at all technical, very simple task. As there are many apps so installing them would be a slight different but the basic part remains the same.

Lets understand the steps of installing the spy phone apps.

1. Ready the Device for Downloading

You will need to have real access to the device that you wish to frame. Any application which calls that you can install it from outside will not work as this is just not possible. This is a good time to point out that you must select an application that is supportable … Read More

The 5 Best iPhone Apps For Travelling In Australia

August 29, 2014 |

It looks like iPhone Australian travel apps are coming out quicker than you can fold a map! Seriously though, the when you had to carry around many travel guides are gone. Today, it is more convenient and almost a necessity to have functional Apps on your phone that really assist you on your trip. There are just so many, so I have taken time out to pick out 5 tried and tested Apps you can count on, particularly when travelling around Australia.

There’s Nothing like Australia – free

Launched in June by Tourism Australia as part of its “There is Nothing like Australia” international campaign. The smart-looking multimedia app takes users on thirteen journeys via video, travel stories and interactive imagery. Featured destinations include Melbourne, Sydney, Uluru, El Questro and Hayman Island. Aside from the inspirational scenes, this App is also full with detail, including things to see and places to … Read More

Roadtrip 2.0 – How Technology Can Make Your Summer Trip Better Than Ever

June 25, 2013 |

Back in the old days, keeping long car trips interesting took some brain-wracking creativity and it wasn’t always pretty. After all, you can only sing “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall” so many times. Luckily, we’re living in the wonderful Information Age when technology is mobile and versatile. If you’re planning a big road trip this summer, consider integrating these wonderful pieces of technology to make the vacation more enjoyable.

Playlists That Don’t Stop

Image via Flickr by marie 11

Gone are the days of the painstakingly organized mix cassette or CD collection. With the help of an MP3 player or even a smartphone, you can take your entire music collection with you on your summer road trip. Most digital music devices only need a simple peripheral to connect to car audio equipment, so for a pittance you can go through as many playlists as you can imagine. Better yet, ditch … Read More

Top 5 Betting Apps for your Mobile Phone

December 30, 2012 |

With the appearance of the Android operative system for mobile devices, a whole new specter of usability has emerged. This operative system transforms your cell phone into a powerful computer, giving it the power to edit and create any kind of documents, play movies and music, take high resolution photos and access the Internet without any constraints. Moreover, Android has its own software database where you can download and install the newest games and other applications on your mobile or your tablet device. So, regardless of your preferences, you are bound to find something cool enough to keep you in love with your phone.

However, if betting is you cup of tea, there are dozens of applications you can use for placing your bets wherever you are, by using your phone.

Favourit is an app which takes your mobile device to the official website of it, granting it access to one of the most … Read More

The Future Of Mobile Gaming Technology

December 22, 2012 |

Apple were the ground breakers in mobile gaming technology, well, not so much the technology, but the way in which gamers can look for and purchase games. The App store revolutionised the smart phone industry and made way for other stores for Android devices.

The only problem with app games and the like, is that you can’t have the same multiplayer worlds that you can have on a desktop device over the internet. Now 4G may change this somewhat in by providing a somehwhat faster internet experience but can a smartphone ever have the level of capability for these multiplayer games. I would imagine that it might be a case that they have the potential to become functionary second devices like the new Wii U. As I don’t ever believe that a mobile device could provide the level of immersive game experiences that desktop players are used to in todays world.

However, the smart phone manufacturers will … Read More

Can I Use My Tablet PC For In-Car Navigation?

November 19, 2012 |

In a word, yes! TomToms are all very well, but many Tablet PC manufacturers are starting to pay close attention to the locations services they are including with their devices. In this article, we’ll look at some of the ways you can use your Tablet PCs to navigate just like any SatNav.

Google Maps with Navigation (free). This app tends to come built-in to Android Tablet PC devices, and it’s one of the main reasons for Android’s popularity over competitor products such as iOS (though this is to change in iOS 6). It works off Google’s concise mapping product, simply called ‘Maps’, and provides overhead as well as turn-by-turn navigation. Check it out! It should be on your device from the word go.

MapQuest (free). It’s quite astonishing that this app is provided free of charge. Similar in functionality to Google Maps, MapQuest offers an additional quirk: voice navigation. Read it your destination, and … Read More

10 Awesome Retro Games You Can Play On Your Smartphone

October 23, 2012 |

Mobile phones are no longer just for calling and texting. Nowadays, with the help of an app, the phone in your pocket can pretty much do anything. For most this has meant that the average Android has been transformed into a mini game station. Angry Birds lead the way in reviving mobile phone gaming entertainment, however Android and iPhone have, of late, gone a bit old school. Those classic arcade games you played as a kid are making a comeback. Here’s a top ten of what’s available to you if you own an Android or iPhone.

1. Pacman

Perhaps the most famous Namco game, Pacman, is now available in app format so no matter where you are Mr Pacman and those four ghosts can provide endless hours of fun.

Download link at App Store

2. Snake 97

Download link at Google Play

The Daddy of mobile phone gaming, snake is incredibly simple. All … Read More

Investment Programs

October 18, 2012 |

Businesses require investors because they are the people who give funds to an idea in order to give it a chance to see whether it will be successful. A lot of businesses look for investors to give them the funds they need. Investors invest a lot of money, and some of them have invested in two or more businesses.

That’s why they need efficient tools in order to manage their investments. There are a lot of computer programs and apps that allow people to easily manage their investments and businesses.

Sonar is a cloud based app that provides tools for investing firms and makes it easier for them to organize their data and other documents in an efficient manner. Investors can also monitor their funds and make sure that the money is being used in a proper manner.

FundCount Portfolio provides an easy way to manage all investment portfolios, reporting, client-based tasks and accounting. Prospero … Read More

Picture perfect social campaigns

October 8, 2012 |

As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words” and nothing may be more true when it comes to social marketing campaigns. Considering the wall on Facebook, for example, is such a rapidly changing, visual medium from minute to minute, unique and thought-provoking images are absolutely key to make users stop, take a breath and really absorb what is going on. It’s more or less the same strategy sharp advertisers have been using in magazine advertising wells or on television commercial breaks — come up with an attractive, timely or thought-provoking image that gets people’s attention. Once this occurs, a brand has suddenly been granted a chance to sell their message, service or product. What exactly that image may be is up to marketing and advertising experts, a multi-billion dollar industry that pumps out creative theories and campaigns based upon what will and won’t sell. Some of these theories are right and … Read More

Mobile Reputation Management

September 25, 2012 |

Mobile marketing discussions often center around the best techniques to get your message to the widest possible audience, with less attention paid to the diverse methods to pull in customers. If you’re always pushing out your message or aggressively self-marketing without paying attention to the needs or wants of your customers or target population, your reputation will show it. Just like a friend who always turns the conversation around to her, the behavior gets old quickly. If you suspect your marketing strategy needs some help opening up to your customers’ perspective, you may be able to learn some lessons from reputation management.

What is reputation management?

Reputation management began as a PR term for helping turn around a lukewarm or outright negative public perception of a company or brand by soliciting good reviews. While some companies may practice this after-the-fact type of management, it’s more effective to monitor your brand on a regular basis and respond to … Read More

The Best Finance Apps for Small Business

August 18, 2012 |

If you run a small business, you know how time consuming it can be to manage all of your finances. From recording bank transactions to tracking receipts and managing credit card transactions, there are a myriad of tasks that a business owner has to undertake on a regular basis. Fortunately, a business owner can use a sales app, financial app, or business app that can make your business financial operations simple.

Quickbooks Mobile

The most commonly used accounting software for small business is now available in mobile form. Now you can manage your accounts payable, bank transactions and accounts receivable across all of your accounts. Perform these transactions on the go with easy to use apps that put your finances at your fingertips. With Quickbooks mobile, you don’t have to worry about whether your accounts are in order. With this simple download, you have everything in the palm of your hand.


Invoicing has never … Read More

Branding Interactions

July 24, 2012 |

As powerful and pervasive as smartphones like the Google Droid Nexus One and the iPhone seem to be, believe it or not, Americans overall still prefer their predecessor feature phones. While the popularity of smartphones is definitely on the rise, more U.S. users still have feature phones in their hands than smartphones. Some examples of popular feature phones include the Sony Ericsson Elm, the Verizon LG Cosmos, Accolade and enV Touch and the Samsung Monte.

With all the hype and accolades circulating for smartphones, how can this be? How is it that people are still choosing the previous generation of phones instead of the loaded, cutting-edge smartphones?

The reasons for this seem to boil down to cost and simplicity. At this time, feature phones are still cheaper than smartphones, sometimes significantly so. Although the smartphones do, indeed, come loaded with features as well as the capacity for even more features, this can be intimidating to … Read More

Destination: Mobile – Carving Your Slice of the Apple Pie

July 16, 2012 |

Despite the oft-bandied slogan, “There’s an app for that,” many companies and software developers continue to find new opportunities to develop innovative mobile apps that fill niches and address the needs of consumers. Unfortunately, the distance between a mobile app concept and successful design and implementation is riddled with obstacles and potential hang-ups that can derail a mobile app design or simply make it an ineffective one.

With so many considerations to keep in mind while designing a mobile app, it’s important to plan out everything thoroughly to ensure it works across multiple mobile platforms. Screen size, touch navigation and platform type, as well as the differences between mobile apps and mobile websites, are just some of the issues that need to be weighed and addressed before and during mobile app design.

These differences haven’t stopped entrepreneurs from founding companies and starting businesses around the sale of apps. While the mobile app design can be … Read More