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LockYourApp Cydia Tweak keeps your apps locked down

LockYourApp Cydia Tweak offers much needed security for iPhone users looking to keep certain information locked away but still provide fast access to other areas of the phone. Users can put a password on individual apps rather than using a lockscreen password. It also uses a drawn password instead of typing in numbers, which is an advantage in my opinion. Check out the demonstration video below. Read More »

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Smart VoiceMail iOS App Review

Smart VoiceMail app enables users to interact with their voice mail much easier using their iOS device. The app has been optimized for the iPhone 5 and can be used on other iOS devices running iOS 5 or later. Once users set up an account after downloading the app, Smart Voicemail intelligently sets voicemail based on calendar appointments, timers, and more. Here's how... Read More »

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SnapStory iOS App Review: Add Text Overlays & Filters

SnapStory is a free application developed by Chengdu Everimaging Science and Technology Co., Ltd. that someone can use to add text and skins to photos.

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Is your iPhone 5S fingerprint reader broken? Some users say Touch ID less effective over time

Touch ID, the fingerprint sensor Apple added to the iPhone 5S, was supposed to introduce additional security and make it easier to unlock Apple devices. However, some users report that the fingerprint reader is actually making it harder because the sensor has become less effective since the phone’s release in September. There may be some ways to improve Touch ID accuracy. Read More »

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The iPhone 5c finally makes sense according to new report

The Apple iPhone 5c was originally thought to be Apple’s chance to release a low-cost smartphone to better compete with the many options Google Android offers price-conscious customers. That was proven to be inaccurate because the iPhone 5c, while cheaper than a 5s, is still an expensive phone, so what’s the point? The iPhone 5c was actually a smart move from Apple, according to the latest Kantar Worldpanel report.

Dominic Sunnebo, insight director at Kantar, reports that the iPhone 5s is outselling the iPhone 5c by a 3-to-1 margin in the UK. However, the iPhone 5c is doing something well: convince people to switch from Android to iOS. Sunnebo claims that its data shows most people who bought an iPhone 5s in the past few months were people upgrading from previous iPhone devices. What about the iPhone 5c?

“Almost half of iPhone 5C owners switched from competitor brands, particularly Samsung and LG, compared with 80% of 5S owners who upgraded from a previous iPhone model.”

No, the iPhone 5c isn’t cheap or cutting into sales of iPhone products, but it is helping Apple attract more customers who might have gone Android. Though the Kantar reports show that Apple is struggling to gain market share in Europe, the 5c is helping gain new customers.


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Apple suppliers now producing 500,000 iPhone 5S units per day

Apple routinely has a hard time keeping up with the demand of its popular products in the early release window, and the recent launch of the iPhone 5s was no different thanks to millions of people buying devices as fast as retailers could stock them. It appears that Apple and its suppliers have managed to catch up with one simple solution... Read More »

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Solitaire Arena iOS App Review

Solitaire Arena is one of the most popular games on Facebook. Players can now play using their iOS devices wherever they go.  Solitaire Arena is a free iOS app with live multiplayer, real time 1vs1 gameplay and much more.  The developers MavenHut Ltd have done an awesome job creating one of the most interactive solitaire games on iOS.  Users can save $6 today by downloading Solitaire Arena and get the 5 Magic package at no additional charge. Read More »

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Reactr iOS App   Share Photo First Impressions

Reactr is a Free iPhone application developed by eyepiece Inc. It’s sure to put a smile on your face and bring joy if you want to see how others respond when they first see your photos. Since I learned of Reactr, my daughter and I have sent photos almost every day.  She is a teenager and simply loves using this application, and there's a good chance many more people will, too. Read More »

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