Top 12 Best and Free Security Apps for Your iOS Devices

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

As a follow-up on the previous blog post on the best and free security apps for your Android devices, please find below a list of the Top 12 Best and Free Security Apps for your iOS devices. All of the security apps are compatible for download and installation on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.


The majority of the security apps mentioned in the list has been optimized for iPhone 5, apart from Kryptos. For your information, the list has been compiled based on the required iOS system as well as customer’s rating on the current version of the apps.


    Top 12 Best and Free Security Apps for Your Android Devices

    Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

    Similar to our computers and laptops, we would like to have our data stored in the mobile phones or tablets to be as secured. Due to the increasing data sharing, online storing and access of information between the devices, it’s undeniable that we’ll have such vulnerability concerns. We’ll be worried about the apps that we’re intending to download and install onto our devices.


    As a matter of fact, we’ll run through the exact steps of verifying that there’s no virus, malware or harm done when we download and install certain software onto the computer or laptop. Most of the antivirus program for the computer or laptop, however, is pretty much built-in nowadays. Some might require activation or subscription once the trial period is up.


      Goodbye Winamp (Updated)

      Monday, November 25th, 2013

      Latest News: Radionomy has successfully injected a new life into Winamp, that’s been discontinued for less than one month! Even though there aren’t too much details mentioned in regards to the acquisition, it was highlighted that Winamp’s unique features will be maintained. You can read about the latest news right HERE!


      It’s just a quick note to inform all of the Winamp’s users that the media player will be discontinued on the 20th of December, 2013. Even though you can carry on using the media player, you’ll no longer receive any technical support or upgrades. I know that’s a pity, but there’s nothing we can do apart from looking for other alternatives of Winamp that might be available out there.


        How Practical are the Curved-Screen Mobile Phones?

        Friday, November 1st, 2013

        The Samsung’s Galaxy Round is officially acclaimed to be the world 1st mobile phone with a curved-screen. The announcement was made back in early October this year, whereas its strongest rival (in terms of curved screen) LG is closely catching up. LG’s announcement was only a weeks old at the time I’m blogging about this. The introduction of G Flex has indirectly confirmed the rumors in regards to the leaks reported in Engadget previously. Both have made similar claims that their version of curved-screen is the world’s 1st. However, that’s not going to be the main point of my article.


          Alternative Messaging Apps for Your Smartphone

          Friday, October 25th, 2013

          What do I mean exactly by the ‘Alternative Messaging App’? It’s basically referring to the 3rd party’s Apps that are similar to the SMS function. Before the introduction of these alternative messaging Apps, we tend to text each another with the SMS and the costs (per SMS) would vary according to the different service providers as well as location.


            Chromecast’s Alternatives (Updated)

            Sunday, September 29th, 2013

            Latest News: Amazon Fire TV has just been launched on the 2nd of April, 2014. Read about it’s features, some hot trending facts as well as what you can do about it in comparison to Chromecast!


            You’ve probably heard off or used Chromecast before deciding to look for an alternative. However, I’m just going to explain a little bit more for those who haven’t. Chromecast is practically an USB drive or stick that you can connect to your TV’s HDMI port in order to playback contents from your mobile phones, tablets or netbooks. At this very moment, it only supports Android-operating devices, iPhones, iPad, Chrome for Mac and Windows. You can also watch online videos from popular sites such as Netflix, YouTube, Google Play and Chrome.


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              Top 5 iTunes Plug-ins for Windows and Mac

              Wednesday, September 11th, 2013


              Your music is no longer freeze in iTunes or restricted for playback with only Apple supported media players! Let the music play! You should be in control of the music and not the other way round. You can actually do more with your iTunes music than you ever realize.



                Share iTunes Music

                Monday, August 26th, 2013


                Packed with a library full of music? Always wanted to share it with families and friends but just don’t know how? Let me show you how to do it! It’s not all that complicated.



                  Install Flash Player for Your Android

                  Thursday, August 8th, 2013

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                    What are the Benefits of QuickTime Components? (Updated)

                    Monday, August 5th, 2013

                    Latest News: How about the common playback issues with QuickTime? Would you also like to know about the available add-ons/plug-ins for other video players that’s similar to QuickTime? 



                    QuickTime Components are basically a collection of open resources or applications that is made accessible to everyone. It houses a variety of plugs-in or adds-on by 3rd party developers with the best intentions of expanding the QuickTime’s current database of functionality. In short, the Components improve the list of supported media file types, formats as well as compatibility. (more…)

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