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5 Most Controversial Apps of 2015

2015 was a great year, we have seen lots of apps and games coming in market with great expectations. Some of them got popular by huge user-base but some of the apps became popular due to the controversy in the world market.

We are going to present 5 Most Controversial Apps of 2015. Lets have a look.

  • Android Pay
  • Move To IOS & Stick To Android
  • Pushbullet
  • Telegram
  • Yik Yak

 

Android Pay

Android Pay most controversial android apps of 2015[Price: Free]
Android Pay was announced to heavy fanfare at Google I/O. The premise was easy enough to understand. It was to be a revamped and improved tap-to-pay system that rivaled Apple Pay and could be used throughout the Android ecosystem by apps, games, and even online retailers. The roll out of the service has left a little bit to be desired.
For starters, the new Android Pay doesn’t work on rooted devices for security reasons. This is in stark contrast to Google Wallet, which worked on rooted and non-rooted devices alike and irked the root community so bad that Google employees actually took to the XDA forums to explain what happened. To follow it up, Google Wallet was gutted and turned into a PayPal clone with its biggest feature being able to send money to friends and manage your account which are features it already had. In classic Google fashion, the apps still work together but are disjointed as a whole. Everyone has calmed down about it now, but you can still find remnants of a start that wasn’t pretty and people who still aren’t happy about the whole thing.

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Move to iOS and Stick with Android

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Apple had every chance in the world to make a good impression on Android users with their first Android app. The whispers that they would be joining the Play Store have been around for a year or longer so it was never really a question of if, but rather a question of when. Maybe iTunes for Android? Perhaps Apple Music? Nope, Apple’s first Android app was to help Android users move to iOS.
To start with, the application actually does work quite well. It transfers all of your stuff to Apple’s services so you can just sign into your next iPhone. Of course, this was taken as a huge offense to the Android fan boys and girls who immediately took to the app’s page on Google Play to unleash probably the heaviest stream of 1-star ratings I’ve seen since Facebook Home. Continue reading “5 Most Controversial Apps of 2015”

Whatsapp Update – Whatsapp’s Rich Preview Feature And Language Support

WhatsApp’s most recent redesign (v 2.12.367) brings featured messages, rich sneak peak highlight for Android telephones. The prominent informing application now underpins Bengali and Urdu too.

The most recent upgrade is accessible for download from the official Google Play Store and records the new changes.

Moreover connections on WhatsApp will now bolster rich sneak peak. A rich sneak peak demonstrates the feature and a thumbnail picture when you send the connection, like how connections show up when you share them on Facebook. Clients will have the choice of excluding a rich review when sending a connection.

Related : Whatsapp starred – Read it later feature

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Here as shown in picture the link is previewed with an featured image.

Android M clients will likewise get support for Android Direct share, which gives them a chance to rapidly pick a particular visit when sharing substance from different applications. For India clients, the application now bolsters Bengali and Urdu scripts also.


 

Viber Update : Remove Messages At Both Ends

Viber provides voice and video calling capabilities along with messaging. This app also provides HD voice; this makes the audio quality in both voice and video calling pretty amazing.

Apart from the general features, this app also provides android wear support that enables the user to view and send text messages through their watches.

Messaging through services and apps like Viber has become the most commonly used form of communication these days, which should come as no surprise given that most people always have their smartphones on them, and it’s much quicker and more discrete to send a message than pick up the phone and place a voice call.

Much like saying something you can’t take back, though, you can’t unsend a message. In the latest update to Viber however, that’s about to change as the team behind the app have added some new features and improvements, and one of them is deleting sent messages from both parties.
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How To View Missed Notification – Tips & Tricks

Application notification are a standout among the most essential modules of a cell phone. If you have never given thought about their importance, imagine how difficult it can be to open each app just to see if there’s any new update. You may even pass up a major opportunity for the essential messages and messages that can be urgent for you and for your business.

Using Built-In Settings

The notification log – where you can view deleted notifications – is only available on Android 4.3 Jellybean or above. In our walkthrough, we used stock Android Lollipop.

Long-tap on an Android homescreen, then tap Widgets. Swipe left until you reach Settings shortcut, then drag it to a homescreen and choose Notification log in the above-right list.

Long-tap an empty space on your Android homescreen, then tap Widgetsandroidpit recover notifications

Long-tap an empty space on your Android homescreen, then tap Widgets

  1. Swipe left until you get to the Settings shortcut widget.
  2. Long-tap the widget until your homescreens appear, then drag it to a homescreen of your choice.
  3. In the Settings shortcut menu that appears, scroll down to Notification log and tap it.
  4. A Notification log shortcut will appear on your homescreen. Just tap it, and you’ll have access to your notification history.

Once the Notification log widget is on your homescreen, just tap it to see your current and deleted notificationsandroidpit recover notifications 2 Continue reading “How To View Missed Notification – Tips & Tricks”

November 20 1985 – Windows 1.0

Today is a big day for Microsoft’s Windows operating system. For those who do not remember, November 10th, 1983, was the day that a young Bill Gates introduced Windows 1.0 to the world as an operating system that would help start the PC revolution and change the way we use computers to this day. Today, we celebrate the 30th birthday of Windows.

On this day in 1983, Microsoft’s Bill Gates first unveiled the Windows operating system for PCs. It wasn’t actually until November 20th 1985, however, until the first version was officially released to manufacturing. The screenshot above is what the graphical interface of Windows 1.01 looked like. Colorful, flat, lots of white space. It kind of sounds like how you’d describe some popular mobile interfaces today.

When it was presented at a swanky New York event, the first version of Windows required two floppy disk drives and 192KB of RAM. That sounds downright ancient compared to the specs we see in phones and tablets. Windows 1.0 offered dropdown menus, tiled windows, mouse support, device-independent graphics, and the ability to run multiple applications at the same time. That’s essentially the same approach of today’s desktop and mobile operating systems.

Gates actually promised the very first version of Windows would be out by early 1984, but setbacks delayed the launch until more than a year later. By this time Apple had already released Lisa, with other competition coming from VisiOn and IBM’s TopView, the latter of which was announced in 1984.

Once Windows 1.0 was made available, it was met with mixed reviews, with one New York Times article in particular bashing the sluggish performance of Windows on a system with 512KB of RAM. The reviewer at the time compared Windows’s performance to “pouring molasses in the Arctic.” Today you can upgrade to 32GB of RAM and higher in desktop computers, showing the extreme progress of technology over the years.

Related : How to make your existing os look like windows 10

History

WINDOWS 1.0 (1985)

Windows 1.0 (1985)

  • Where it all began: Windows 1.0 introduced a GUI, mouse support, and important apps.

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Facebook’s New App “Work Chat” – App That You Can Use At Work Place

Facebook has just released a new app to go along with it called Work Chat. The app is basically the same as Facebook Messenger only just for co-workers.

You can do things like send photographs and recordings, message individuals exclusively or in gatherings, incorporates free voice calls, and even gives you a chance to send stickers.

facebook work chat app

• Send a message to one of your collaborators or make a gathering talk with a couple of them. With visit heads, you can stay aware of the discussion while utilizing different applications.

• See a catalog of different workers and begin new discussions effortlessly.

• Turn off notices when you’re out of town or simply would prefer not to be irritated.

Download Work Chat By Facebook

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Hangouts Guest Mode – Now Get Access To Hangouts without Any Account

As you know Google’s Hangouts service enables you to keep in touch. Message friends, start free video or voice calls, and hop on a conversation with one person or a group.

After GIF support and video call up to 10 friends and many more.

Hangout is brining a new feature that will allow the user to do video call with out having an Hangouts account or I can say Google account.

How to Use

All users will have to do now is click on a link to the Hangout, type in their name in a pop-up box, and then “Request to Join.”

Meeting organizers will receive a prompt to accept or deny entry to users who are trying to join a Hangout. They will also have access to tools to mute or remove participants if necessary. That’s it !!

Joining a meeting should be as easy as walking into a room. That should be the case whether you’re meeting in person, or face-to-face over video. This week we’re rolling out an update to Google Hangouts that makes joining a video call as simple as clicking a link in an invitation. No filling in forms, no need for a Google account, just simple, easy access to meetings.

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Receive Facebook Notifications Without Facebook App

Adicted to facebook ? Searching for the best possible solution for receiving notification on your device without having Facebook app.

Yes, it is possible to receive notification from facebook without having facebook app. Facebook application has a few issues that you may know about. Without a doubt, it has been “enhanced”, however can in any case demonstration like a bloated and information hungry thing. In any case, not utilizing the Facebook application to spare battery and information implies no Facebook warnings, isn’t that so? Off-base. I’ll demonstrate you three simple approaches to still get Facebook warnings without the Facebook application.

1. Get Chrome notifications

This is a relatively new addition to the Facebook tips list. As of mid-September, Chrome now allows you to use the web version of Facebook and still get push notifications. This is basically the best thing to ever happen to non-fans of the Facebook app.

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Chrome browser can now deliver your Facebook notifications.

You can now enjoy all the data and battery-saving features of Facebook web view without missing out on notifications. Just log into Facebook in Chrome on your phone and when the pop-up request to send notifications appears, tap Allow. Continue reading “Receive Facebook Notifications Without Facebook App”

One Plus, Asus, Huawei, Blackberry, Xiaomi Devices To Receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update

Are you in search of android update for your devices? A new announcement for all android lovers and users. Checkout when your android device will receive marshmallow update.

Few months back, Some phone manufacturing companies announced list of devices to receive android marshmallow update.

Related : List of Devices To Receive Android Marshmallow 6.0 Update (Older).

New list of manufactures that announced devices receiving android 6.0 Marshmallow update,

  1. One Plus
  2. Asus
  3. Huawei
  4. Blackberry
  5. Xiaomi

Continue reading “One Plus, Asus, Huawei, Blackberry, Xiaomi Devices To Receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update”

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