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Apple, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry phones have “app stores” online that a user can visit (through an application on the phone) to add a new feature (or application) to their phone. That application could be a game, a satellite navigation program for your country, a cooking recipe program, a personal fitness instructor, in fact almost anything. So, how hard is it to understand smartphone applications?
Application developers rarely produce instruction manuals for their applications. Even phone manufacturers rarely produce appropriate instruction manuals for their phones! Why? Because everyone is supposed to be able to use them “intuitively”. That is, they are supposedly obvious, easy to learn and explore to understand how to use them. This is not always the case. You are expected to show you how to use each new application that you upload to your smartphone.
Apple and Microsoft (Windows Phone) recommend a standard design for their applications. Android applications are not monitored so closely, so developers have more freedom to see what they look like. In general terms, all applications are controlled with the fingers. Therefore, the menus, buttons and keyboards must be large enough so that you can use them easily. If there is no exit function in a menu or button, usually the phone’s operating system has a way to stop or abandon the application.
Then, visit an app store, find an application that interests you and then install it immediately … Wait! First of all, read the description of the application and take a look at the screen images to see if it is suitable for what you want and it seems easy to use. Also, check any revision to see if other people like it or if they have any particular problem with the use of the application.
When you first install an application from an application store, you may need to register your identity with the developer. This is just to inform you who you are. There may also be some introductory information available during the registration process that will help you discover how to use the application.
I installed approximately 200 applications on my Android phone last year, and more than 100 of them were removed shortly after I installed them. In general, this was because the application did not do what I expected or it just was not very good. If I wanted to have a particular type of application, such as a pool table game, I would simply search the app store and try another one. If you pay for an application and then delete it fairly soon after installing it, the app store should reimburse you.
Magazines, such as Android Magazine, contain reviews of dozens of applications in each issue, which can give you an idea of how easy it will be to learn to use any particular application.
In conclusion: most of the applications on your phone should look and work in a similar way; you can easily download apps from the store, test them and uninstall them if they are not suitable for you; you can get information about how complicated an application is from the reviews left by other users in the app store; and you need time to learn how to use applications.
It was not long ago, nor in a galaxy far, far away, that computers were rare. Few people had them in their homes and those who did paid extremely high prices for them. This began to change in the mid-1980s when Microsoft first launched Windows. Sure, computers were still expensive, but they began to venture into businesses and homes. By the mid-1990s, computer prices were falling, and they were becoming quite common, but they still had limited functions in the home. People played games, some joined the bulletin boards, and others even started to connect using the “internet” using tools like America Online and Compuserve. While all this was great, there were still some drawbacks.
First, they did not do much to help foster better communication, and they could not use it outside the home; They were stationary information islands. Today, as you know, most people in the United States have their own computer and Internet access. We send email and documents, create blogs and websites and chat with other people on the Internet through instant messaging. The computers themselves have also become mobile, with power, monitors and autonomous components, all wrapped in a small package, often called a laptop or laptop.
The curious thing about this is that, while computers have become more communication devices, telephones have had a similar evolution, but very opposite. As you probably remember, it was not so long ago that phones were very local devices. I will not go into the history of telephones since it is fairly well documented. However, in the same time frame as the short history of computers, telephones have gone from being wired to wireless, to “cell phones,” and now they have become “smart.” Smartphones are basically small computers, designed to sit in your pocket and be a complete communication device for you. You can send emails, post on blogs, read websites, listen to music, chat with friends and even perform basic computer functions that were previously the sole responsibility of computers.
Today’s smartphones have more processing power, speed and memory than full desktop computers barely a decade ago, which makes them very functional computers in their own right. They are cheaper than computers and help you stay connected wherever you are, and even help you find where you are going!
Today, smartphones complement computers, act as our computer while we are out and synchronize with it when we return. How long will it take, for these phones to become our computers, and to turn computers as we know them today into a forgotten technology used long, long ago, in a galaxy far, far away?
If there is a technology that the human being has demonstrated its total capacity, it would be the Smart Phones. Electronics and communication have really changed with this advance. Connecting with other people is now easier due to these devices. Maybe it has evolved from an ordinary touch phone to a “do it all” smartphone.
Did you know that you can use your gadget more than you ever thought?
Utility application: has a large collection of useful applications and you probably will not miss anything. From energy management to calculators, from the currency converter to the display of files for.doc.pdf.xls, etc. For years, smartphones achieved such mobility and computing. For both the main brands and the Android community, the development of applications that adapt to their needs never stops.
Photography – Yes, you listen to me. Camera phones have been good business for mobile phone enthusiasts today. It has allowed people to point and shoot their cameras with a single touch. With tons of photo enhancement tools available for your phone. This keeps these devices on the track also in the photograph.
News and media: all the latest news and rumors delivered on their phones. Keeping up to date on the latest news and feeds has been a demand in the mobile industry.
Social networks: this is crazy. If you want your newly developed device (phone) to click on the market, place Facebook on it. This has become a necessity in mobile phones. Connect with other people through the use of social networks.
Humanity will continue its development in mobility and will respond to the demands of all.
Although enlightening, the December 2010 Wall Street Journal report that exposes how some smartphone apps follow users was also disappointing. Sometimes it seems that the amazing utility of each new electronic device is combined only with its amazing ability to spy on it, and then share your preferences, personal information and even your location with marketing experts who want to know as much as possible about you.
If you love your privacy since you love your smartphone, these tips can help you enjoy both.
Treat your smartphone like a computer. Smart computer users install and use antivirus protection, avoid questionable websites and send suspicious emails directly to the junk folder. That’s a good way to treat your phone too, particularly since it works more and more like a computer.
Read user comments before downloading new applications. User comments are great for discovering errors in applications and learning from others about the problems they have encountered with a particular application, allowing you to learn from their experience and occasional misfortunes.
Read user agreements before downloading. Many applications will reveal if they are using tracking information. Both Apple (iPhone) and Google (Android) require such disclosure for the developers of their applications, so it is a good place to verify. That way, at least, you can make an informed decision.
Authorize location information only when necessary. Obviously, if you use a location-based application such as Yelp, whether or mapping, your location is critical to get accurate results. If an application that does not need location information to provide what you need is requesting it, you should question the reason.
When choosing a smartphone, there are many things to consider. The first thing is to use it for work or for personal use. The reason why this question is asked is whether it is necessary for your work to buy a specific smartphone or the options of a list provided by the IT department of your company.
For example, some companies will only support Blackberry devices because they have a Blackberry server on the site and a Blackberry device is the only one that will support it. Many times a person will buy an iPhone 4 or Android and will have to return it paying replacement fees of up to $ 35.00 for not making this simple step. Yes, you may prefer it and iPhone, but the type that gives you access to corporate email does not allow and will not allow your network to be compatible with the device you choose.
When it comes to corporate email, the I.T. the administrator chooses what he can and can not use. On the other hand, if you choose a smartphone for your own personal use, you should consider other things like the importance of the camera and, if so, which is the best. Do you want an expandable memory or 8 Gigs, for example, would it be more than enough? Do you want the device to do what you want, or do you want the manufacturer to eliminate all guesswork and simply make sure it works?
Text messages have quickly become one of the most popular ways to converse with people for many reasons. In addition, video communication is becoming a new way of doing this as well. Smartphones allow people to communicate in a variety of ways.
People prefer text messages because it is fast, easy and efficient. Many times it is not easy to find time to talk or to have a conversation. Lives are busy, people have things to do and sitting quietly is not something that many can dance during a hectic day. But text messages allow you to easily converse with several people using many convenient features. With smartphones that have text message capabilities, you can stay in touch through text messages through different means. You can add a TextFree application to your phone if you have something like an iPhone, and you can send text messages to others without additional charges. Therefore, if you do not have a text plan, you can still enjoy the benefits of text messages by obtaining that application.
In addition, text messages include many other useful functions that can improve your conversation and communication skills. For example, with smartphones, you can take pictures of everything around you and send it to a person directly through a text message. Or, if you want to express your emotions, you can send a little emoticon that represents your feelings, just like you can in an email.
A smartphone also allows you to be connected to the Internet, which provides you with many other ways to communicate, such as through AIM or MSN Messenger or other types of chat vehicles that allow you to receive and send messages throughout the day. This can be a useful feature because it will allow you to keep in touch with people whether they have a phone, are using the computer or are on some type of chat device.
Most smartphones have an Internet connection, which means you can send emails to people from anywhere in the world and you can send and receive messages whether you’re in a cafeteria, on a train or even on an airplane. The iPhone 4G gives you the opportunity to participate in video chat, a new way of interacting with people through a technology method. You can call the person and then connect with a front camera that will allow you to see them while they talk to you. And when they move the phone, they can even show you the environment, be it a beautiful beach or a newborn baby. You can stay in touch with family and friends who live far away easily and efficiently.
In addition, due to the Internet connection, you can also connect with other people through other means, such as through games that involve other players. Most of these games allow you to use a message board to then be able to talk to the person and create another way of communication. With a smartphone, the functions are endless. Communication is no longer about talking on the phone, but it is transformed to speak in different ways.
When Apple released its first iPhone, it took the market by surprise. People loved this innovation because it gave them a sense of comfort, luxury and style. This is the reason why Apple succeeded in getting millions of loyal customers who are always ready to receive any product launched by Apple. Whether it’s a new phone from the iPhone, iPad or iPod series, etc. People have always shown interest in buying these products. Apple enjoyed this love from its customers for a while until Samsung created its Galaxy S series of smartphones.
Samsung is a great name in the electronic world. It has its own share in the market and has a range of products that includes televisions, kitchen accessories, laptops and smartphones, etc. However, Samsung has its own identity in the electronics market, but it lagged far behind in the mobile device market until launch. of its Galaxy S series that gave it a new identity and place in the market.
It would not be bad if we say that Samsung is the only company that is giving a tough competition to Apple’s iPhone. Samsung’s market share increases with each passing day. All because it is improving and improving with each new device, this is the reason why people are now moving towards Samsung. In fact, several iPhone users have also shown interest in Samsung Galaxy S series phones and are switching to this from the iPhone. There may be many other reasons for this change, but one thing is for sure and that is the difference that Samsung is creating in the market with its devices. If we talk about the new Samsung Galaxy S5, we can easily answer this question about why people choose Samsung over others.
Samsung Galaxy S5 is the new phone in the Galaxy S series. It has some wonderful features that ultimately make it a better and more powerful phone this year. Some incredible features of Samsung Galaxy S5 are listed below:
• Durable and waterproof design with polycarbonate backing, which provides a firm grip on the phone, unlike the slippery metal part of the iPhone.
• 16 GB and 32 GB of built-in storage with a microSD card slot.
• Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, 2.5 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM.
• 16 megapixel camera with LED flash
• Extended 2800 mAh battery with support up to 390 h, music playback up to 7 h and talk time up to 21 h
• Latest Android 4.4.2 software
• Fingerprint sensors for security lock
With all these features, Samsung Galaxy S5 takes smartphones to another level. However, all these features were also included in previous Galaxy series smartphones, but in S5 they have been enhanced to provide the best phone experience to users.