Jan
28
2015
iCloud
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iCloud

 

 

 

iCloud is a service from Apple that stores a user’s content – including contacts, mail, calendars, documents, books, applications, games, and so on. It wirelessly pushes the stored content to associated devices and computers, automatically keeping everything up to date. With iCloud thus, you have access to all of your content wherever you are.

The service allows users to store data on remote computer servers for download to multiple devices such as iOS-based devices running iOS 5 or later, as well as personal computers running OS X 10.7.2 Lion or later, or Microsoft Windows (Windows Vista service pack 2 or later).

Icloud replaces Apple’s MobileMe service, acting as a data syncing center for email, contacts, calendars, bookmarks,  reminders (to-do lists), iWork documents, photos and other data.

The service also allows users to wirelessly back up their iOS devices to iCloud instead of manually doing so using iTunes. The users are able to share photos, music, and games instantly by linking their accounts via airdrop wireless.

If you are an employee of an organization, certain features will depend on company policy. For example, the boss can disable Photo Stream, iCloud Keychain, Documents in the cloud, etc. All these features can be disabled using a configuration profile. Even more, with a third‑party MDM solution in place, managed apps can be prevented from backing up to iCloud. This option gives users the benefits of using iCloud for personal data while keeping corporate information from being stored in the cloud.

You’ll need your Apple ID to access iCloud. An Apple ID is a personal account users of iPhone and other smartphones need to access to Apple services like iTunes, I Cloud, FaceTime, iMessage or App Store. In fact, in order to get the most out of all these services, people use their own Apple ID. If a person doesn’t have one yet, they can create an Apple ID before they even have their device so configuration can be as quick as possible!

As a business solution, the IT department can configure company-owned devices through mobile device management (MDM) without having to physically touch the devices before users get them. Through the Device Enrollment Program, it becomes possible to automate MDM enrollment and skip basic setup screens, streamlining the device activation process. So users can get up and running quickly, and IT can ensure ongoing management for these devices.

 

 

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Jan
27
2015
Fire Phone
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Fire Phone

 

 

The Fire Phone is a 3D-enabled smartphone developed by Amazon.com which marks Amazon’s first foray into the smartphone market, following the success of the Kindle Fire tablets running the Fire OS operating system.  The phone was launched as an AT&T exclusive in July, 2014.

The Fire phone is notable for its hallmark feature Dynamic Perspective – it uses four front-facing cameras and the gyroscope to track the user’s movements, the OS adjusts the UI so that it gives the impression of depth and 3D.

Other Amazon services on the Fire phone include X-Ray, used for identifying and finding information about media; Mayday, the 24-hour customer service tool; and Firefly, a tool that automatically recognizes text, sounds, and objects and offers to buy items through Amazon’s online store.

The Fire Phone was rumored to be under development since 2010 prior to its release. Indeed, the first mention of a future phone designed by Amazon appeared August 2010 in the New York Times. In 2012, The Wall Street Journal contended that Amazon was testing a smartphone, with a screen size between four and five inches. In 2013, reports claimed that Amazon would partner with HTC to create a “Kindle Phone” that would be free with Amazon Prime membership.

The Fire Phone uses a 4.7 inch IPS LCD Gorilla Glass 3 polarized touchscreen display with a pixel density of 315 ppi. Its frontside features the screen and a rounded rectangular home button below the display. The back houses the camera, LED flash, and a secondary microphone.

On the top of the phone there is a lock/power button and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. The left side of the device has 3 buttons made of anodized aluminum:[26] two volume buttons and a camera shortcut button.

When the camera button pressed, the camera app opens. When the camera button is held down, Firefly is opened. The bottom of the phone has the primary microphone, a micro-USB connector port, and dual stereo speakers with Dolby Digital sound processing.

 

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Jan
26
2015

Tips to Improve Battery Use of your iPhone

 

 

Tip 11 – Don’t Automatically Update Apps (iOS 7): There’s a feature that automatically updates your apps when new versions are released. To manage your power better, tap the Settings app – iTunes & App Store – In the Automatic Downloads section, find Update – Move slider to Off/white.

Tip 12 – Turn Data Push Off: You can set your iPhone to automatically suck email and other data down to it or, for some kinds of accounts, have data pushed out to it whenever new data becomes available. Turning data push off, and thus reducing the number of times your phone connects to the network, will extend your battery’s life. Tap the Settings app – Mail, Contacts, Calendar – Fetch New Data.

Tip 13 – Fetch Email Less Often: Save battery life by setting your phone to check your email accounts less often. If you’re really serious about saving battery, check your e-mail manually. Change Fetch settings by tapping the Settings app – Mail, Contacts, Calendar – Fetch – Select your preference (the longer between checks, the better for your battery).

Tip 14 – Auto-Lock Sooner: You can set your iPhone to go to sleep after a certain amount of time. The sooner it sleeps, the less power is used to run the screen or other services. You can thus set Auto-Lock to 1 minute. To change the setting: The Settings app – General – Auto-Lock – Tap your preference (the shorter, the better).

Tip 15 – Turn off Equalizer: The iPod app on the iPhone has an Equalizer feature. These adjustments require extra battery. If you save battery by this method, it might not be worth it to audiophiles. To adjust: The Settings app – Music – EQ – Tap off.

Tip 16 –Turn off Personal Hotspot: Personal Hotspot turns your iPhone into a wireless hotspot that broadcasts its cellular data to other devices within in range. This is very useful feature, but it also drains your battery. That’s acceptable, when you use it, but if you forget to turn it off when you’re done, your battery drains very quickly.

Tip 17 – Find the Battery Killers in iOS 8: In iOS 8, there’s a feature called Battery Usage that shows which apps have been sucking the most power over the last 24 hours and the last 7 days. Look there to see which apps are showing up consistently, you’ll know then what is costing you battery life. To access Battery Usage, tap the Settings app – General  - Usage- Battery Usage.

Tip 18 – Don’t Take App Suggestions (iOS 8): Suggested Apps is a new feature of iOS 8 that uses your location information to figure out where you are, what you’re near, and what apps might come in handy based on that information. It uses extra battery life.To turn off suggested apps: The Settings app –General -Handoff & Suggested Apps – Move the My Apps and App Store sliders to Off.

Tip 19 – Don’t forget that quitting Apps Doesn’t Save Battery. Perhaps you have heard that quitting your apps when you’re done with them saves your battery. This is wrong! In fact, regularly quitting your apps can make your battery drain faster. Don’t do it, and let the apps act in background.

Tip 20 – Run Down Your Battery As Much As Possible. The more often you charge a battery, the less energy it can hold. The way to get around your battery losing capacity in this way is to use your phone as long as possible before charging it. Try waiting until your phone is down to less than 20% battery before charging.

Bonus tip – Buy an Extended Life Battery:  If you need so much battery life that none of our tips can help you, try an extended Life Battery.

 

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Jan
25
2015

 

Ten tips to Improve Battery Use of your iPhone

 

 

While iPhones are powerful and cooler than perhaps any other smartphone, its nice features come with a price: battery use. You must know it as you probably have to recharge your phone every couple of days. There are ways to save battery life. However many of them involve turning off services and features.

Here come ten easy tips which will help you save battery:

Tip 1 – Turn on Auto-Brightness:  You’ll save energy because your battery will use less power. Actually,  your Phone has a light sensor. It adjusts the brightness of the screen based on the light around it and it helps you both save battery and makes it easier to see.

You turn on Auto-Brightness in this way: Tap the Settings app – Display & Brightness (Brightness & Wallpaper in iOS 7) – Move the Auto-Brightness slider to On/green.

Tip 2 – Stop Motion & Animations: Oh, yes, this feature is very cool, but it drains battery. If you prefer to conserve battery life, turn it off:  Tap the Settings app – General  - Accessibility – Reduce Motion – Slider to green/On.

Tip 3 – Reduce Screen Brightness:  The brighter the setting for the screen, the more power it requires. You can keep the screen dimmer to save more of your battery. Do the following: Tap he Settings app – Display & Brightness (Brightness & Wallpaper in iOS 7) – move the slider as needed

Tip 4 – Turn Bluetooth Off when you don’t use it: Transmitting data wirelessly takes battery and leaving Bluetooth on to accept incoming data at all times requires even more juice. To do so:  The Settings app – Bluetooth – Move slider to Off/white. Another way to access the Bluetooth setting is through Control Center: swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap the Bluetooth icon so that it is grayed out.

Tip 5 – Disable Dynamic Backgrounds (on iOS 7): Animated or dynamic wallpapers that move underneath your app icons. These use more power than a simple static background image.  Just don’t select the Dynamic Backgrounds in the Wallpapers & Backgrounds menu.

Tip 6 – Keep Wi-Fi Off: Keeping Wi-Fi turned on at all times in hopes that an open hotspot will appear is a sure way to drain your battery life. So, unless you’re using it, keep Wi-Fi turned off by tapping the Settings app – Wi-Fi – Slide to Off/white. You can turn off Wi-Fi via Control Center. To access that setting, swipe up from the bottom of the screen, then tap the Wi-Fi icon to gray it out.

Tip 7 – Turn Off LTE or Cellular Data: Using 3G, and especially 4G LTE, requires more energy to get the higher quality calls and quicker data speeds. If you need more power, turn off LTE and just use the older, slower networks. Tap Settings – Cellular – Slide Enable LTE to Off/white to use slower cellular data networks while still allowing yourself to use cellular data. To limit your iPhone just to Wi-Fi, slide Cellular Data to Off/white.

Tip 8 – Prevent Background App Refresh (iOS 7):  Background App Refresh looks at the apps you use most often, the time of day that you use them, and then automatically updates them. This feature may be very useful, but it drains battery. To turn it off, tap the Settings app – General – Background App Refresh. Now either disable the feature entirely or just include specific apps that you want to be updated.

Tip 9 – Turn Off Location Services:  GPS allows your phone to know where you are and give you exact driving directions. But GPS and other location services need battery power to work. Turn off Location Services by doing this:  The Settings app – Privacy – Location Services – Slide to Off/white.

Tip 10 – Turn Off Other Location Settings: The more background activity there is, the faster your battery drains. Some of these features can be safely turned off to regain some battery life. The Settings app – Privacy – Location Services – System Services -Turn off Diagnostics & Usage, Location-Based iAds, Popular.

 

 

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Jan
24
2015
Set up your iPad
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Set up your iPad

 

 

The process of setting up your iPad is rather easy, but before you begin setting it up your device, make sure you have an iTunes account. You’ll need iTunes account to register your iPad, use iCloud,  buy music, set up FaceTime, iMessage and other services, as well as get many useful apps. So if you don’t already have an iTunes account, set it up.

Then swipe left to right across the iPad’s screen and tap on the region where you plan to use the iPad. Of course it makes sense to choose the country you live in and the language you speak, as these choices are involved in setting the default language for your iPad.

Now, you must connect your iPad to a network in order to activate the device with Apple. You can’t skip this step if you want to use your iPad. If you don’t have a Wi-Fi network to connect to, plug in the USB cable that comes with your iPad into the bottom of the device, then plug the cable into your computer connected to a network.

The iPad will display a message telling you that it is contacting Apple for activation. As soon as it’s done, it will move you on to the next step. Now you’ll choose whether you’ll use Location Services or not.  Turning on this feature is not required, but it may be very useful, as Location Services lets it know where you are geographically. This service is useful for apps that make use of your location and for Find My iPad app.

At this point, you can choose to set up your iPad as a new device. However, if you’ve had a previous iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, you can install a backup of that device’s settings and content. If you restore the settings from a backup, choose whether you want to use an iTunes backup or an iCloud backup. At this point, you need to either set up an Apple ID and sign in with your existing account. You can skip this step, but there’s not much worthwhile you can do.

Now, a Terms and Conditions screen appears. This screen covers all the legal details, and you have to agree to these terms to continue. Tap Agree and then Agree again in the pop-up box.

The next step will be to choose whether or not you want to use iCloud, a free online service from Apple. As with other settings, iCloud is optional, but if you have more than one iOS device or computer, using iCloud is strongly recommended. To set it up, you must use your Apple ID as your username and password.

Then, Apple asks about setting up Find My iPad, another free service that lets you locate a lost or stolen iPad. This app may be a big help in recovering your iPad should something happen.

Your next steps in setting up your iPad include enabling iMessage, which lets you send and receive text messages, when connected to the Internet. Then you can set up FaceTime, Apple’s video calling technology.

After that you decide whether to secure your iPad with a four-digit passcode. It’s not required, but it’s valuable if your iPad is lost or stolen. One of the features of iOS 7 is iCloud Keychain, a tool that saves your usernames and passwords (and, if you want, credit card numbers) in your iCloud account.  You can choose how to authorize your iPad for iCloud Keychain.

Then, you can choose whether you want to use Apple’s voice-activated digital assistant, Siri. Some people find Siri very useful, so consider about setting it up.

On the next screens you’ll be asked whether you want to share diagnostic information with Apple and to register your iPad.

Now you can decide what content you want to sync from your computer to the iPad. When you’re done, click the Apply button in the bottom right of iTunes to save the changes and sync the content.

 

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Jan
23
2015
Selling your iPhone
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Your Cell Phone is with you wherever you go, but after a while, you want to keep up with the evolving technology and buy a new phone. Or one day it drops and breaks, or you may misplace it only to find it much later after you have bought a new one.  So you are using your new cell phone to talk with friends and family, to text, to take pictures, to browse the internet; you are using it for work and personal business; and your old phone sits in a drawer at home.

Did you know that you can sell that old cell phone to iGotOffer? iGotOffer will take it off your hands for the best possible price.

You don’t have to think about it any more, you don’t have to worry about who you are selling it to, or make special arrangements to meet up with that person. iGotOffer makes selling your cell phone easy, we will pay the cost of shipping it to us, and you will get the best possible price for your device. Visit iGotOffer.com for a quote on the electronic device you wish to sell.

 

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Jan
22
2015
Apple Watch Functions
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Apple Watch Functions

 

 

Apple Watch adds a new dimension to the way you communicate.

Phone: You can use the built-in speaker and microphone for chats, or transfer calls to your iPhone. You can transfer calls from Apple Watch to your car’s speakerphone or your Bluetooth headset. To silence incoming calls, just cover Apple Watch with your hand.

Messages: You can dictate a message or select from preset options – Apple Watch will make suggestions based on the things you write most. You can skip words by sharing one of our new animated emojis.

Conversation: The Digital Touch features on Apple Watch give you spontaneous ways to connect with other Apple Watch wearers, wrist to wrist, with a silent, gentle tap. It is possible to customize taps for different people

Mail: Apple Watch alerts you right away when you get mail. You can read the message, flag it, mark it as read or unread, or move it to the Trash.

Sketch: You can use your finger to draw something quickly. On the other end your friend will watch your drawing animate, then respond with his own custom creation.

Walkie-Talkie: For a fun alternative to a phone call, you can use the built-in speaker and microphone to trade spur-of-the-moment sound bites with friends.

Heartbeat: When you press two fingers on the screen, the built-in heart rate sensor records and sends your heartbeat.

Fitness tracker: Apple Watch unites the capabilities of an all-day fitness tracker and a highly advanced sports watch in one device you can wear all the time. It can track a wider variety of activities. And it uses the GPS and Wi‑Fi in your iPhone to track how far you’ve moved.

Activity app: A simple and powerful graphic of your daily activity, with three rings telling you everything you need to know. The Move ring shows how many calories you’ve burned. The Exercise ring shows how many minutes of brisk activity you’ve done. The Stand ring shows how often you’ve stood up to take a break from sitting.

Workout App:  It shows real-time stats such as time, distance, calories, and pace. It lets you set goals for each workout, encourages you to meet or beat those goals along the way, and gives you a summary of what you’ve achieved. And your workout is included in your Activity app measurements for the day.

Wallet: Apple Pay is a more convenient, secure way to pay using your Apple Watch. You can buy coffee, groceries, and more right from your wrist. With a simple setup, you can use your credit and debit cards at hundreds of thousands o locations, with more to come.

Passbook: It keeps your tickets, boarding passes, and loyalty cards together in one instantly accessible place. It lets you securely use your credit and debit cards. It’s secure because your actual card numbers are never shared with merchants or transmitted with payment. Instead, Apple Watch creates a Device Account Number for each card. When you make a purchase, this number is used to process your payment, along with a transaction-specific dynamic security code.

Calendar: Apple Watch sends you meeting reminders, as well as calendar invitations you can accept or decline directly from your wrist.

Maps: Maps gives you the single best route. And turn-by-turn navigation helps you arrive at your destination.

Music: Control the music on your iPhone without taking it out of your pocket. When you leave iPhone at home to go for a jog, listen to music directly on Apple Watch.

Apple TV and iTunes: Navigate Apple TV and control the iTunes library on your Mac or PC from Apple Watch.

Remote Camera: Apple Watch doubles as a remote for the iSight camera on your iPhone. Use it to display a live preview of what your iPhone sees, snap the photo, or set the timer on the camera.

Stopwatch: Apple Watch presents this popular watch function in digital, analog, or hybrid view. It can even show you a real-time average of your lap times on a graph.

Timer: Tap the hours or minutes field, then adjust the number up or down using the Digital Crown.

Alarm: Apple Watch lets you manage, label, and edit multiple alarms with ease.

World Clock: Check the time in different cities around the globe with one quick look.

Stocks: See the price of your favorite stock at a glance, including dollar and percent change, and percent change in market cap for the day.

Weather: Check the weather where you are or for any location around the world.

Photos: Apple Watch keeps your favorite photos on your wrist. You can zoom into photos with the Digital Crown, then swipe to scroll through them. And even choose one to display on your watch face.

Siri: Dictate a message, ask to view your next event, find the nearest coffee shop, and more.

Settings: Enable or disable Airplane mode, Bluetooth, and Do Not Disturb. Also turn mute on or off, or ping your iPhone to determine its location.

Glances: WatchKit apps can incorporate Glances. You’ll be able to see the latest news and sports scores, travel itineraries, or the next step of your favorite recipe.

Actionable Notifications: You can choose to have third-party app notifications show up on your Apple Watch.

 

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Jan
21
2015
Find My iPhone App
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Find My iPhone App

 

If you misplace your iOS device, the Find My iPhone app will help you to find your lost iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Mac. This app greatly improves your chances of recovering it.

Apple’s Find My iPhone service uses the iPhone’s built-in GPS to track the location of the phone and let the owner take actions like locking it or deleting all the data on the phone.

All you need is to install this free app on your iOS devices. If you lose you iPhone, for example, open the app, sign in with the Apple ID you use for iCloud. Find My iPhone will locate your missing device on a map, remotely lock it or play a sound.

Besides, with iOS 7, Find My iPhone includes a feature called Activation Lock, which is designed to prevent anyone else from using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. This feature starts working the moment you turn on Find My iPhone in iOS 7, helping you keep your missing device secure. With Activation Lock, your Apple ID and password will be required before anyone can turn off Find My iPhone on your device, erase data, reactivate and use your device, if it happens to fall in the wrong hands.

It works in a very simple way. Indeed, when you enable Find My iPhone on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 7, your Apple ID is securely stored on Apple’s activation servers and linked to your device.

From that point on, before anyone can turn off Find My iPhone on your device, erase data, reactivate and use your smartphone, this person will need a password.

Keep in mind that before giving your device to someone else, you should turn off Find My iPhone. This will ensure that the other person will be able to activate and use the device normally. You may need to erase all content and settings from your device before handing it over. This will erase all data, turn off Find My iPhone, and remove the device from your iCloud account. For this, go to Settings – General – Reset – Erase All Content and Settings.

You must also turn off Find My iPhone before having your device serviced. If not, technicians may not be able to perform service on it.

If you forget your password, you can reset it at My Apple ID (appleid.apple.com) or by contacting Apple Support and verifying your identity. Once your password has been reset, it will work normally with Find My iPhone and Activation Lock. If you forget your password and cannot reset it, you will lose access to your Apple ID and may be unable to use or reactivate your device.

Do not take ownership of any used iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch until it has been erased by its previous owner. However if you purchase a device that is still linked to the previous owner’s account, contact him as soon as possible and ask him to erase the device and remove it from his or her account. But the best way is to ask the seller to completely erase the device by going to Settings – General – Reset – Erase All Content and Settings.

Anyway, after choosing a language, a country, and connecting to a network, the device will begin activation. At this moment, If you are asked for the previous owner’s Apple ID and password, it means that the device is still linked to their account. Ask the seller to enter his password. He can remove the device from his account by signing in to icloud.com/find.

You will know that a device is ready for you to use when you are asked to “Set up your iPhone”, “Set up your iPad”, or “Set up your iPod” during the device setup process.

What if you didn’t install the Find My iPhone app on your device before it was lost or stolen? Does that mean you can’t use Find My iPhone and your iPhone is gone for good?

Even if you’ve never installed the Find My iPhone app, you still may be able to use the service to track your phone. This is possible because the Find My iPhone app isn’t what makes your iPhone trackable.

Find My iPhone is a cloud-based service offered by Apple. This means the service is accessible over the Internet. The Find My iPhone app is thus one nice way to use the service, but it’s not the only one. You can also use it in virtually any modern web browser by just going to iCloud.com and logging in with your Apple ID.

So, just like your web browser is one way to use Find My iPhone, the app is simply another way to do the same thing.

 

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Jan
20
2015

 

How to erase all data on iOS

 

 

You can remove all settings from your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad tapping Erase All Content and Settings, using Settings – General – Reset – Erase all Content and settings. This procedure will wipe all settings and content from your device.

Before removing all settings and information ensure that you have an iCloud or iTunes backup and that it is up to date, just in case you wish to recover the data again.

When you select to Erase All Content and Settings the process can take from a few minutes to several hours. The time will vary by iOS device.

While erasing data, your device displays the Apple logo and a progress bar on its screen.

In devices that support hardware encryption, the process erases all data by removing the encryption key that protects the data. This process is fast and takes just a few minutes. (In fact, all devices that support iOS 5 and later use hardware encryption).

However in those devices that overwrite memory, the process overwrites user settings and information, writing a series of ones to the data partition. This process can take several hours. In fact it depends on the storage capacity of your iPhone or iPod touch.

Don’t forget to connect your device to a charger and leave it connected until the process is complete. But if you run out of power or reset your device before it is complete, you will see the Connect to iTunes screen after you connect to power again. If this happens and you want to ensure that your content is fully erased, you must restore the device using iTunes. If your iPhone wasn’t able to remove all the settings and data due to some technical issues, select Erase All Content and Settings option again.

 

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Jan
19
2015

 

Which one do you prefer Apple Store or Google Play?

Apple is doubtless a very successful company, known for its outstanding quality control as well as, customer service.The Genius Bar at the Apple store has left many a customer satisfied beyond expectations. Further, the App store is very attractive to software developers, since they can keep up to 70% of their earnings through selling their mobile applications to Apple target audience or iPhone users. Apple has a large percentage of the computer market, with Mac laptops, such as MacBook Air and MacBook Pro being very popular among entire target audiences, such as the student population.

On the one hand, keeping most of the revenue generated, a lot of developers consider writing programs for Apple a great deal. On the other hand, Apple makes most of its revenue by selling hardware, computers and mobile phones, but it surely adds to the bundle experience with all the apps. After all, you may buy an iPhone because you like the phone, but the fact that you can download mobile apps for Blogger, Gmail and Twitter only adds to the overall enjoyment of the device. Indeed, apps allow brands to connect to consumers and target audiences in unprecedented ways.

Moreover, the only real competition Apple faces in the mobile market is the Android. Android also offers a lot of quality, diversified apps. However, the advantage Google Play offers is that apps for Android do not have to be synced in the same way Apple apps have to, at least from one point of view. Thus, Google Play is the counterpart of the Apple Store for the Android market. Consumers can purchase games, apps and other content for their Android devices in the same way they do so at the Apple store for their iPhones and iPads.

Interestingly, Google Play is the new name for the Android Market, also known as the Play Store or previously Play Shop. What is even more interesting, is that the name and icon changed and were replaced automatically on Android phones across the world, simultaneously. Analysts and consumers alike say that the quality of Android apps is worse than Apple apps, but it still shows that Apple has a real rival in the mobile market. Notwithstanding, apparently software developers still often choose to build for iOS first simply because it seems easier. One thing is clear: iOS and Android are the two main players and no one else compares in the app world.

 

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