We have all experienced a broken Cydia Tweak that causes our iOS device to go into a continuous loop. If you have been jailbreaking long at all you know what I’m referring too. It’s not your device causing the problem it’s two tweaks conflicting with one another or a tweak not compatible with your iOS version.
We are all guilty of using our devices around water whether it be a pool, beach, or toilet. At some point you have put your iPhone at risk while using it is my best guess. Many have had unfortunate events occur such as dropping the iPhone in water or knocking it off the sink into the toilet. Whatever the case may be there are a few things you need to do immediately if this happens.
How many times have you been out and needed to use your laptop or iPad but didn’t have any wifi? Those days are long gone now with the iPhone running iOS 7. Users can easily and quickly connect their laptop, iPad, or any other device users may need to get a wifi connection on to use. Simply follow the few quick steps below to be up and running in a matter of a couple minutes. You will also need a device with a data plan and tethering option added too
The best alternative we have found and can get working on a dependable basis is vShare. vShare will allow you to download and install any application in the iTunes App Store. It’s broken down into five different categories across the bottom. Users can find their app fastest by using the search feature in the top right side of the screen. Tap the magnifying glass and it will open a search bar where users can type the name of the app they are looking to find. Refer to the photo below to see how vShare looks inside.
A few weeks ago Facebook announced it was going to disable messages inside the main Facebook application. Why? No idea? This would require all Facebook users who send messages to download their Messenger application. So now instead of having one Facebook application users will have to deal with two. And if you are a user of Paper Facebook you may have up to three apps which relate to Facebook alone.
what this iPhone app can do for you. It’s called Value-Personal Finance Manager with Budgets, Income & Expenditure Tracker, Calendar and Reports.
The name itself gives you a clue on what this app does. It’s about tracking your budget, expense, date and time. These elements are very important if you want to make profits out of the little that you earn. They say time is money, and there’s your proof. Time is always proportional to money as seen in this app.
Do you feel like you are straining to read the text on your iOS 7 device? This can be for many reasons primarily age but not always the case. Maybe you have poor vision or know someone who does that may need to increase the size of the text to read it more comfortably. If we have to strain to read our devices chances are we aren’t going to use them as much. Well we have the answer for how to increase the font size for iOS 7 devices.
We have all heard of Malware on computers but not iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Well that’s not the case anymore. Security researcher Stefan Esser (via ArsTechnica) has discovered an issue which was reported on Reddit in causing crashes on users jailbroken devices is actually a piece of malware used to capture Apple ID’s and passwords from infected devices. At this time, developers are unsure how the malware was inserted in iOS and are stating the only sure fire way to be certain you are clear of any other malware is full restore
Think the Nintendo DS is too outdated for your taste? Yet that memories of Mario, Sonic and Pokemon are haunting you always? Well now there is a way to play those classic Nintendo DS games on your iPhone or iPad. And the best part is that it works even without jailbreaking your device, yeah! Making this […]
The earlier days of mobiles when Nokia ruled and free messaging plans were introduced – those were the days of the stupid forwarded messages. Succeeding the mass forwarded emails of the last century, it has now gradually drained into Whatsapp forwards and our SMS inboxes are fairly free from spam now. Not sure, but […]
Have you ever found the way to check emails on your iPhone and iPad a little cumbersome? Unlocking your device, finding the mail app, loading it and checking for new blue dots can be too many steps for some. Especially for professionals and executives waiting for an urgent mail, yet not wanting to show it off […]
2048 has sky rocketed in the recent days to one of the top games on AppStore and even the Editor’s at Apple seems to acknowledge it by featuring them this week. This number game is based on the basic mathematical operation of addition but is addictive in the powers of two. Though the gameplay sounds simple, […]
One of the major arguments put forward by other-OS users against iPhone and iPad is that iOS doesn’t support sharing files via Bluetooth. And for many existing iOS users too, this is a major left out and I assume you’re one of them craving for a solution. You’d be glad to know that once jailbroken, […]
There was a time when Apple iPhone was considered to be one of the securest phones. Its iOS and wall garden approach used to make it secure. But the security experts and enthusiasts have spill water on the myth a long time ago by pointing out a number of bugs and security loopholes in the device. Hence, even the greatest technological device, the iPhone is not free from security issues.
iPhones were once hailed as the securest cellular option, courtesy of Apple’s smartphone operating system iOS and its walled-garden approach. Security experts and tech enthusiasts busted the myth long ago and continue to point out bugs and security loopholes that leave the device susceptible to threats.
A lot of people buy insurance for their mobile phones in today’s time. Few consider it as a wise idea while few others think that they’re mere money suckers on wasting money and are of no use. However, for all those who have suffered a mobile loss could surely recognise the importance of mobile phone insurance.