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Thursday, 17 August 2017

DOWNLOAD: AnonyTun Beta V5.0 VPN Cracked Version.Apk And Enjoy Stable Glo Free

AnonyTun vpn beta v5.0 is very light, doesn't consume much RAM neither does it drain your battery so quickly. As it's a cracked version of the official AnonyTun vpn, it's quite fast and more stable when using it with Glo 0.00 free and 9mobile  browsing cheat or any other working cheats; and above all, it's Ads free.

Features And Similarities Of Anonytun VPN Beta and Official Anonytun
In terms of comparing Anony Tun VPN beta v5.0 with the official version, they both have the same User interface but difference in colors and translated in Spanish. You can install both versions on your phone and use any of your choice.

You can Now This Version Here as it is has been made available for all for downloads.

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Blazing Hot: Latest 9mobile 60MB Free Browsing Settings For Anonytun VPN

9mobile Latest Free browsing 60MB daily cheat has finally returned after a while now. Many have been enjoying this but was later blocked after Etisalat Changed its name to 9mobile

This cheat is blazing like fire with stronger internet connection.
As we all know 9mobile to be one of the best Telecom Network in terms of network connection unlike glo network. This cheat is now reborn on Free anonytun VPN. You can now tweak and start enjoying.

 This is capped about 60MB or so.
Many might see it too small but it has helped alot of people who decided to browse few sites and also chat around on social medias. I know you too will find it useful because right away am flexing and rocking mine. With its speed it blaze on.
Basic Features and Requirements

» You will be needing a 9mobile Sim with no active data plan
» The cheat is not unlimited. (About 60MB capped daily)
» It has no speed limit nor throttling.
» An Android phone
» Latest AnonyTun VPN


» After Downloading, Install and Open The App

Tap on STEALTH SETTINGS » Toggle Stealth Tunnel ON

 » In Connection Protocol, select HTTP

 » In Connection Port, input 8081

» Toggle Custom TCP/HTTP Headers ON

» Tap on Edit Custom TCP/HTTP Headers
» In URL/HOST, input this proxy server

 » Request Method, select POST

 » Injection Method, select Normal

 » Under Extra Headers, tick Keep Alive and User Agent » Then tap on Generate

 » Finally, tap on Save
Now, tap on the CONNECT button and wait for about 10seconds for it to connect. Finally when it connects Minimize the VPN Launch your browser and start 💪.
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Monday, 14 August 2017

People Watching Count On Live Videos Now Being Tested On Youtube App

Have you ever wondered how many people were watching the same video as you at the same time? Well, if YouTube's test goes as it should, you may not have to for very long. The latest YouTube server-side test we've spotted brings live watch counts to the Android app.

Guys, IT CAN DO IT!!!

The new test is self-explanatory; it'll show you how many people are currently watching the video that you're watching. The text is positioned below the title and above the like/dislike buttons, but it's small and light enough that it isn't a huge distraction. We've had two readers send the screenshots you see above in. Nobody on our team was fortunate enough to have been selected by Google for this particular test.

This feature differs from those of other YouTube server-side tests in that it's something that we actually haven't seen on the web version of YouTube before. There are numerous sites for live subscriber counts, but this is the first time we're seeing this kind of information displayed. It's pretty cool, and we hope that it rolls out to more people soon.

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10 Best Online Storage Services Of August 2017

These top services will keep your files safe and accessible online.

It's pretty clear that people and businesses will continue the trend of reducing their need to rely on costly hardware and infrastructure by placing files and applications in the cloud.

Given the multitude of cloud storage providers out there, you must take care in choosing a provider who will offer the maximum amount of low-cost storage and bandwidth, while still keeping your data safe.

This list represents our top 10 picks for cloud storage. All offer a free tier allowing you to see if they're right for you before handing over any hard-earned cash.

1. Dropbox

The Granddaddy of cloud storage, Dropbox offers a rather measly 2GB of free storage, but this can be increased up to 16GB free of charge by linking your Dropbox to social media and referring friends to join the service. 

Dropbox Business subscriptions allow users to collaborate on work as well as giving each person unlimited space in a personal Dropbox account. There are also enhanced features for file recovery and versioning. Business pricing starts from around $12.50 per user per month (£10, around AU$16.50), or you can give it a go for free with a 30-day trial.

Price: 2GB free. 1TB for $10 a month (£6.58, around AU$11) with Dropbox Plus

2. Google Drive

Google Drive is a natural choice for owners of Android devices as it's already integrated, but users of other platforms may appreciate the generous free storage too. You can also store high definition photos on your mobile phone with companion app Google Photos, and make use of Google's own office suite (now known as G Suite).

Downsides include the fact that the web interface isn't very easy-to-use, although Windows and Mac users can download a desktop app to drag-and-drop files easily. 

Price: 15GB free. 100GB for $1.99 a month (£1.59, around AU$2.50). 1TB for $9.99 a month (£8, around AU$13).

3. Mega

With an insanely generous free tier and a simple drag-and-drop interface, New Zealand-based Mega is one of the cloud storage heavyweights. There's a handy mobile app to allow you to upload files and photos, as well as sync clients with desktop machines. 

Mega claims that all data stored in its cloud is encrypted on your device before it reaches the firm’s servers. As the company has released the source code to its sync client, experts can check that there are no vulnerabilities. 

Price: 50GB free. 200GB for €4.99 a month (£4.50, $6, around AU$7.50)

4. OneDrive

OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) is integrated into Windows 10's file explorer. You don't have to download an additional app – it's there to use out of the box, which is obviously very convenient for those who have made the jump to Microsoft’s newest operating system.

Microsoft's Photos app can also use OneDrive to sync pictures across all your devices. There's an app for Android and iOS devices, and there's even one in the App Store for Mac users (although it has received mixed reviews).

Price: 5GB free. 50GB for $1.99 a month (£1.99, around AU$2.50)

5. iCloud

If you want to back up your iPhone to iCloud, you'll need more than the free 5GB allowance Apple gives you, but compared to rivals iCloud prices are very reasonable. 

The Mac Finder app integrates iCloud Drive, where you can store any files you wish. Documents created in the iWork office suite are also saved to iCloud and can sync across your devices. Windows users can also sync their files with iCloud Drive using the official client, and access the iWork apps on the iCloud website. 

Price: 5GB free. 50GB for $0.99 a month (£0.79, AU$1.49). 200GB for $3.99 (£2.49, AU$4.49)

6. Box

Box's website currently seems to be pushing its Business plans as clicking ‘sign up’ takes you to the pricing page where for $15 per user (£11, around AU$19) you can benefit from advanced collaboration options and unlimited storage. But there is a 10GB free option, too.

As Box has been around for a while, it is supported by a number of mainstream apps such as Google Docs and Office 365. The Box Sync client is available from the Downloads page for Mac and Windows, plus there's also an official Android client.

Price: 10GB free. 100GB for around $5 a month (£3.50, around AU$6)

7. NextCloud

NextCloud isn’t an online cloud storage provider itself, but offers free software to download and install a cloud storage service on your own server. Using a server on your home network for cloud storage is much faster. You can also enable encryption and make sure the information never leaves your home network, which is far safer. 

If you've no server or IT experience, you can even purchase a preconfigured NextCloud Box from the website which comes with a 1TB hard drive and will work with an inexpensive Raspberry Pi board to keep your data synced. 

Price: Free to install and use. Self-hosting so storage costs vary. NextCloud Box is $79.99 (around £60, around AU$100)

8. SpiderOak

SpiderOak is part of a new trend of zero knowledge cloud storage providers. The website claims that after installing the client your data is encrypted before syncing. Unfortunately since SpiderOak hasn’t made the client source code public, there's no way to confirm this. 

The SpiderOakOne client is available for Windows, Mac and Linux as well as Android and iOS. You can also log in via the web interface but privacy lovers may prefer not to as it exposes your password to SpiderOak employees. 

Price: 2GB free for 60 days only. 250GB for $9 a month (around £7, AU$11.50). 1TB for $12 a month (around £9, AU$15)

 9. IDrive

IDrive offers continuous syncing of your files, even those on network drives. The web interface supports sharing files by email, Facebook and Twitter. Cautious or click-happy users will be pleased to hear that files deleted from your computer are not automatically deleted from the server, so there's less danger of removing something important accidentally.

IDrive also offers IDrive Express – a service whereby if you lose all your data they will ship a physical hard drive out to you, allowing for the swift restoration of all your backed up files. 

Price: 5GB free. 2TB for $52 a year (around £40, AU$66)

10. pCloud

While some bandwidth limits apply, there seems to be no limit to the size of files you can upload, so feel free to sync large media files with pCloud.

The service is available for all desktop and mobile platforms – users can also log in via the website. The company itself is registered in Switzerland which has strong privacy laws, and you can also pay a premium of $3.99 a month (around £3, AU$5) for pCloud Crypto to lock (and unlock) individual files with passwords.

Price: 20GB free. 500GB for $3.99 a month (around £3, AU$5). 2TB for $7.99 a month (around £6, AU$10)

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Sunday, 13 August 2017

10 Things To Do With Your Old Smartphones

It's time to upgrade to a new phone. So what do you do with your old one?
Here are 10 things to do with your old phone..

1. Camera/video recorder

I don't know about you, but I take a ton of photos and video on my phone. I don't even know where my DSLR is anymore. I have small kids and juggle all their gear, so my smartphone is super easy to carry and whip out for taking photos and videos. But one place I am reluctant to take my phone is to the beach. And yet I still want those adorable pics of the kids eating sand -- er, I mean building sand castles and frolicking in the waves.
Why not use one of those old phones in my drawer? While my old Samsung Galaxy S3 may not be water-resistant or sand-proof, I'd rather risk getting my old phone wet, sandy or stolen than my brand new device. And because it has Wi-Fi, when I return to a hotspot, all my photos and video can be automatically synced to Google Photos, just like pics and video from the smartphone I'm currently using.

2. Bedside device/alarm clock/photo album/white noise machine

Phones are a great bedside gadget. Just set up a docking station charger and you're good to go. First they make fantastic alarm clocks. They're endlessly customizable. You can set multiple alarms and even get calendar alerts to remind you of an early meeting.
Second, they're perfect for displaying digital photos. There are tons of apps in iTunes and Google Play that turn your device into a digital photo frame.
Another great use for a phone on the nightstand is as a white noise machine. Again, there are too many apps to name, but there are several free apps in both the App Store and Google Play that will lull you to sleep with the sound of rolling waves, whirring fans, or falling rain.

3. eReader

Whether you already have an e-reader or not, clear out all your other apps and storage on your old phone and load it with e-books and audiobooks. You can either leave it on your night stand or next to your favorite comfy chair. Apps like Amazon Kindle let you sync your reading position among multiple gadgets. You can also use apps like Pocket or Instapaper to queue up web articles you find throughout the day on your desktop or phone so you can read later.  

4. TV remote control

If your phone has an IR blaster, download a TV-remote app like AnyMote SmartRemote or Sure Universal TV Remote. These apps and the IR capability allow you to turn your old smartphone into a universal remote. It will also work to control other devices with an IR signal, such as DVD and Blu-ray players, cable set-top boxes, stereo equipment and even some air conditioners.
And if your phone doesn't have an integrated IR blaster, your phone will still be able to control your Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV devices or connected TV via Wi-Fi.

5. GPS device for car

I moved to the suburbs of Philadelphia two years ago after 17 years of living in New York City. At first, I couldn't find my way out of the my neighborhood, let alone the best route to the grocery store. My phone and Google Maps were my savior. And even though I can now get to the store or my kids' school without GPS navigation, I still need it for any new destinations.
Even though I rarely leave home without my current smartphone, I keep an older Moto X set up in my car to use as a GPS navigation device. All that's needed are some maps of my local area downloaded onto my phone from Google Maps. And voila, my old phone is a GPS device. It doesn't eat up my data plan either, because all the maps and navigation are already loaded in. The only downside is that this also means that I don't get updated traffic information or get rerouted when there's an accident.
There are also lots of great biking trails near our home, so my husband and I have used our "Google Maps" phone on local trails and to clock our speeds while biking. And if I wanted to, I could link this device via Bluetooth to a fitness tracking device to monitor my heart rate.

6. Music player

Turn your old phone into a jukebox and entertainment hub. If you've got a Sonos speaker system or some other kind of wirelessly connected sound system, use an outdated smartphone as a dedicated controller. Clean out your apps and files and store all your downloaded music, or install whatever music streaming app you prefer from Spotify to iTunes to Google Play Music to create a central music hub to stream music to Bluetooth or Wi-Fi speakers. You could also add a few internet radio, audio-book, or podcast apps to listen to whatever your heart desires on your home stereo system. The beauty of this setup is you won't have to wrestle with the Bluetooth configuration on any of your other devices in your house.

7. Virtual reality headset

We all know that VR is the next big thing. There are several options for headsets that you attach to a smartphone to get the VR experience. But if you're not ready to drop several hundred bucks on a fancy VR headset, for $20 you can repurpose most older smartphones into a low-cost VR headset using Google Cardboard.

8. Baby monitor

Forget about spending $100 or more on a video baby monitor when you can use one of those old smartphones in your drawer as one. That's right, with apps like Dormi and Baby Monitor you can transform an old phone into a baby monitor, streaming video and audio to your current device.

9. Kid toy

If you don't want your toddler drooling all over your new iPhone, turn one of your old devices into a kid-proofed handset that can be whipped out while waiting at the pediatrician's office or anywhere else you need to occupy your kids. Set-up a restricted profile and other parental controls on the device to lock down your old phone and load it with kid-friendly apps and games and you've got entertainment and educational apps and games at your fingertips worry free. You could even download some videos to watch offline so you can use it even when you don't have access to Wi-Fi.

10. Emergency 911 service

Another much less sexy use of an old phone is to throw it in the glove compartment of your car in case of an emergency. Even if you aren't paying for wireless service for your old device, it can still be used to make 911 calls. So having another phone handy just in case your other smartphone goes missing while you're on the road could be a lifesaver. But here are a few things you should know before relying on an out-of-service cell phone for emergency calls. You still have to be able to get a cell signal for your phone to make the call. This means if you're in the boondocks and out of cell tower range, it won't work. Also, if you're disconnected from the 911 operator during your emergency call, there won't be anyway for the dispatcher to call you back.

Just because you get a new faster, shinier phone, doesn't mean your old one should  just sit in a drawer. There are tons of ways to recycle your old smartphone and breathe new life into that "old" gadget. Put that asset to use. And for the love of Pete, don't toss it in the dumpster!

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10 Best Android Launchers Of August 2017

One of Android's main strengths has always been customization. You can tinker and tweak until you realize the home screen of your dreams. The easiest and most straightforward way to completely change up the aesthetic of your interface is to employ an Android launcher. With a launcher you can change the color scheme, icons, backgrounds, and lots of other details to define your ideal home screen, app drawer, and widget combo. But just what is the best launcher for Android? Read on to find our top pick and nine alternatives worth trying out.

If you're into Android customization you should also check out the best free live wallpapers for Android, the best Android widgets, and maybe even look into rooting your Android phone.

The best launcher for Android Nova Launcher

The Nova Launcher offers an excellent array of different features, allowing you to quickly achieve an elegant look without compromising on performance. You can change animations, colors, layouts, icons, and more. Spring $5 for the Prime version and you can customize gestures, unlock extra scroll effects, and more, but the free version should be enough for most people to create the precise look and feel they're craving. There's even a way to get the Google feed to show up on the left of the home screen, just like on the Google Now Launcher.

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And the rest Hola Launcher

Rather than bring new features to your mobile device, the Hola Launcher optimizes from the inside-out to ensure the best possible user experience. It will help you to identify bloatware and uninstall useless apps to improve battery life. Best of all, its rotary-style UI elegantly switches between your favorite Android apps and quick access shortcuts, making it possible to handle phablets with just one hand.

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Z Launcher Beta

Why waste time scrolling through an endless list of apps or tap out the name of the app you're looking for, when there is an even more intuitive way to search through your mobile device? Simply draw the first letter of your desired app with your finger, and Z Launcher will figure out a list of apps that matches your on-screen scribble. Besides simplifying search, this Nokia-developed launcher also learns your most often used apps and brings them to your home screen.

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Action Launcher: Pixel Edition ($5)

If you're still waiting for your upgrade to Android Nougat, then you might consider dropping $5 to get the Action Launcher: Pixel Edition. It offers some of the some of the best features of the Google Pixel Launcher, like the Google Pill and round icons. You'll also be able to enjoy gesture controls and app shortcuts.

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Go Launcher

Go Launcher is another extremely popular, highly customizable launcher that lets you revamp almost every aspect of the home screen. Go Launcher offers not only a bare-bones Android-style launcher, but also an extremely popular theme system that users can download new themes from. There are hundreds of these themes available on the Play Store, and they come in all sorts of styles.

Google Play Store

Launcher 8 WP Style

Laucher 8 WP Style is good if you're a fan of the vertical style and block-based nature of Windows 10. It gives the look of the tile-based Windows Modern UI, but without losing all the functionality of Android. You can customize using the standard Windows Modern UI color pallet, or you can add your own custom colors into the mix.

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Yahoo Aviate Launcher

More a caring assistant than a traditional mobile launcher, Yahoo Aviate is all about anticipating your needs over the course of a day. The launcher automatically reorganizes your home screen to put your most used apps at different times and in different locations, right at your fingertips when you need them.

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Apex Launcher

Apex Launcher is for control freaks who love tweaks and customization. Mess with the size of just about everything and the gesture commands to get your ideal experience. A power user's dream, Apex isn't just easy to modify, it runs extremely smoothly as well.

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Arrow Launcher

Arrow Launcher from Microsoft offers a simple and beautiful way to customize your Android experience. The launcher has three home pages: a People page with contacts, an Apps page with frequent and new apps, and a Notes page with all your reminders. Arrow will also change your wallpaper automatically if you want.

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C Launcher

C Launcher is all about speed and optimization. It does everything it can to reduce battery drain on your device, monitoring performance and keeping everything streamlined. A built-in clean up feature eliminates clutter and unnecessary files that build up over time and start to lag the device, and an app installer makes it easy to get rid of apps you long stopped using.

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Android O Set To Be Released August 21st

According to Evan Blass, Android O should go live on the week of August 21st, with a pretty good chance of releasing on the 21st exactly. Releasing on a Monday would definitely make for an interesting week.

As always, nothing's official until Google actually confirms it, but Evan Blass is usually right more times than not.

Android O brings several new features to smartphones and tablets, including an improved notification system, better background limits for apps, picture-in-picture mode, OS-level support for password managers, customization options, and tons more. It's more a refinement update than one that overhauls tons of things, but hey, Nougat was pretty great. Don't fix what's not broken.

Born in southern Alabama, Jared spends his working time selling phones and his spare time writing about them. The Android enthusiasm started with the original Motorola Droid and an unhealthy obsession with fixing things that aren't broken. This accidentally led to being the go-to guy for anything more complicated than a toaster, which he considers more of a curse than a blessing. Jared is enrolled in online classes at the University of Phoenix, and spends his spare time on video games and listening to music.

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Saturday, 12 August 2017

Browse Better On Microsoft Edge With These 10 Tips

In an attempt to lure you away from Chrome, Microsoft has improved its Edge browser. If you set Edge up the right way and learn how to use some of its better features, then you might just ditch Google to begin browsing with Microsoft.

Choose your search engine

Moving from Chrome to Edge doesn't mean you need to leave behind Google search. Edge's default is Bing, but you can change it to Google (or any other search engine that uses OpenSearch). To set your default search engine, click the triple-dot button in the top right corner of Edge, click Settings, scroll down to View advanced settings and then choose Change search engine. Edge will not list a search engine until you have visited its site first, so click over to Google's homepage before changing Edge's search engine.

Connect Cortana to Edge

Also on the Advanced settings panel is a toggle switch to Have Cortana assist me in Microsoft Edge. (You'll need to have Cortana enabled systemwide in order to use Cortana in Edge.) Once enabled, Microsoft's virtual assistant Cortana will pop up from time to time in Edge with an offer to help you. Instead of hearing her voice, you'll see Cortana's ring icon in Edge's URL bar when she can help. If you are reading about the iPhone 8, for example, Cortana might offer to show you other articles about Apple's upcoming phone. Or if you need a Blizzard and visit Dairy Queen's site, Cortana will offer to show you where the closest DQ is to you. Or my favorite: Cortana knows when you are listening to a song on YouTube and offers to show you its lyrics.

Preview current tabs

Don't know which open tab is which? Click the small down-arrow button that sits to the right of your current tabs, and the tabs expand to each show a small thumbnail of its current page. I still use the little favicon on each tab to keep things straight, but Edge's tab preview feature comes in handy when I have multiple tabs open from the same site (and so, with the same favicon). You can also mouse over a tab to view a thumbnail of its current page.

Set tabs aside for later

Sometimes you need to sweep away your open tabs but don't necessarily want to delete them. With Edge, you can set your current tabs aside and then bring them back later without digging through your browsing history. Just click the little button that sits to the left of your current tabs to set them aside. They are kept as a collection, which lets you open them all again as a group or individually.

Customize new tab page

On the main Settings panel, you can choose what gets displayed when you open a new tab. You have three options: top sites and suggested content, top sites or a black page.

Show the home button

In an effort to streamline, Edge hides the home button, but you can bring it back. On the Advanced settings panel, you can toggle on Show the home button and then set it to display Edge's default Start page, the "New tab" page or a page of your choosing.

Pin pages to Start menu

You can create a shortcut to your most favorite sites on Windows 10's tiled start menu. I mean, who among you doesn't need a Start tile that takes you directly to To pin a page to the Start menu, visit said page in Edge, click the triple-dot button in the top-right and click Pin this page to Start. It'll appear at the very bottom of the Start page, but you can always drag it to a more convenient spot. Also, Windows may or may not get the graphics or color scheme quite right for the tiles of your Edge shortcuts; they can be comically off.

Reading list

For long-form articles that require more than one sitting to finish, use Edge's reading list. Just click the star button in Edge's URL bar to add the page either to Edge's favorites or to its reading list. I save the favorites list for sites I visit regularly and use the reading list to save individual articles for later reading. Once you finish an article, just right-click and select Delete to remove it from the list. To view your reading list, click the triple-lined button to the right of Edge's URL bar and then click the lined button to the right of the star button.

Reading mode

When the open-book icon in Edge's URL bar isn't grayed out, you can click it to strip out ads and just read the text of an article and its included art. Reading mode has you scroll sideways, though, which feels more natural on a Windows tablet or touchscreen laptop than on a desktop with a mouse.

Go dark

Edge too bright for you? Go to Settings and under Choose a theme, which is the top option in Settings, change it from Light to Dark to darken Edge's top menus.
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