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Discussions: iOS appswatch discussions
Outside of upgrading the team to iPads or 6s any advice is welcome.
A friend of mine has just released their new app 'Up and Away' available on iOS devices now. If any of you are after a quick, simple new game then give it a try and let me know your thoughts!
Thanks and happy gaming!
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Recently I found a cool app - Photolamus. If you want to get a cool caricature of any of your photos - it's exactly what you need! They are represented on iTunes and Google play:
https://itunes.apple.com/kw/app/photolamus/id523588358?mt=8... Read more →
You know that there are lot of Messaging Apps has been launched every month in an average from whole over the world like tango, WhatsApp voice call integration, imo, SnapChat, etc. and many much more.
Actually I want to know from this discussions that, how the mobile operators like Vodafone, airtel, Telenor etc. generates their profit in the near future apart from the aggressive growing of... Read more →
I am trying to see if I can use a smartphone without buying service for it in the US. Like no service providers and just working using wi-fi. I am planning on getting a used Android or iphone and doing this. I use google voice anyway for my daily texting/calling (currently using an aged BB n laptop). My question is can I do this using a smartphone? and just buy Ting service when I am travelling/as needed. What do I look for in the phone? does it definitely have to be unlocked? Can I still... Read more →