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  1. Consumers now average 4.2 hours per day in apps, up 30% from 2019 Image Credits: TechCrunch The coronavirus pandemic has increased our collective screen time, and that’s particularly true on mobile devices. According to a new report from mobile data and analytics firm App Annie, global consumers are now spending an average of 4.2 hours per day using apps on our smartphones, an increase of 30% from just two years prior. In some markets, the average is even higher — more than five hours. In the first quarter of 2021, the daily time spent in apps surpasse
  2. Millions of People Can Lose Sensitive Data through Travel Apps, Privacysavvy reports According to a report published by researchers at PrivacySavvy, many travel companies expose users’ data through their booking apps. In a report published on the 16th of March by PrivacySavvy, many travel companies expose users’ data through their booking apps. PrivacySavvy is a digital security company on a mission to educate internet users on issues concerning their digital lives’ privacy. During a 2021 “apps mapping project,” they discovered that travel apps are not a
  3. Mobile Health Apps Found to Expose Records of Millions of Users An analysis of 30 popular mobile health (mHealth) applications has revealed that all of them expose the full patient records of millions of people . Research conducted by Alissa Knight, partner at marketing agency Knight Ink, on behalf of mobile API threat protection firm Approov showed that the applications are vulnerable to API attacks that unauthorized parties could leverage to access protected health information (PHI) and personally identifiable information (PII). With people increasingly rely
  4. Gambling apps are coming to the Google Play Store in the US And 14 other countries What just happened? Android users will soon be able to access real-money gambling and betting apps on the Google Play Store, rather than having to sideload them, following a change in policy. Currently, such applications are only available in four countries worldwide, but they will be expanding to 15 more locations, including America. Right now, only Android users in the UK, Brazil, Ireland, and France can access real-money gambling apps on the Play Store. According to 9
  5. Weeks later, Google still hasn’t added privacy labels to its most popular iPhone apps Some of the apps that have the disclosures are unexpected Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Three weeks after Google promised it would add Apple’s mandatory app privacy labels “as soon as this week,” none of the company’s main apps have the labels, including Gmail, search, Photos, Docs, and YouTube. There have been some questions about whether Google is purposefully not updating its
  6. Apple will require apps to add privacy ‘nutrition labels’ starting December 8th The labels explain what data is collected at a glance Image: Apple Apple debuted a collection of privacy features when it announced iOS 14, but the company’s privacy “nutrition label” concept did not arrive with the launch of the new operating system in September. Today, Apple announced that developers will be required to provide the information for those “labels” starting December 8th. Like a normal nutri
  7. 26 great apps for your new 2020 Windows PC All of the apps you need to get started with Windows If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge If you bought a new Windows laptop on Black Friday or received one as a gift, you may be struggling to figure out which apps to download. Never fear. I have scoured the internet, the Microsoft Store, and my own downloads folder to find all the best Windows apps for whatev
  8. 11 great apps ready for your new 2020 M1 Mac Developers are quickly embracing Apple silicon If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge This year marked the introduction of the first Macs to be powered by Apple’s own silicon instead of Intel chips. As is evidenced by our reviews of the M1 MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini, these machines are incredibly powerful and offer wicked fast performance
  9. 12 great apps for your new iPhone in 2020 Put power in your phone If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you’re lucky enough to have unwrapped a new iPhone as a holiday gift this year, you’ll probably want to install some new apps on it. Fortunately, we’re here to help with some suggestions. We’ve included great apps that are just generally fun or useful to have on your phone, and apps tha
  10. 11 great apps for your new 2020 Android device Along with a halfway decent replacement for the Dark Sky weather app If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge The first thing to do when you get a new phone is to log back into all your accounts — email, Facebook, Signal, and so on — to make sure you’re getting all the important notifications you need and messages from friends. But after that, you’
  11. Facebook is temporarily disabling some Messenger and Instagram features in Europe Features like stickers in Instagram and polls in Messenger won’t work right now Some Messenger and Instagram features aren’t available in Europe. Facebook is notifying Messenger and Instagram users in Europe that some features are temporarily unavailable. A small message has appeared in both the Facebook Messenger and Instagram apps for European users this week, noting that some features aren’t available to “respect new rul
  12. Criminals are using popular money transfer apps, including Cash App, Venmo, Zelle and PayPal, to launder illegally obtained funds from Covid-19 relief programs. Local law enforcement officials say criminals also target users of the apps desperate for cash due to the pandemic. The Secret Service has 700 pending investigations related to the Paycheck Protection Program and the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program. Criminals are laundering illegally obtained funds meant for Covid-19 relief through the most popular apps for legally sending and receiving mo
  13. Microsoft starts rolling out Polls in Teams meetings along with other new apps Microsoft announced today that it has begun incorporating Forms' polling capability into Teams meetings. The integration was first introduced at Ignite conference in September when the software giant unveiled new features for Forms and made it available in the Office mobile app. The new feature allows you to create polls before, during, and after meetings in Teams. To create a poll prior to a meeting, you can head over to your meeting chat or details view and add the Forms app as
  14. Hello ! Can u guys name some apps that can limit and controll wich devices are connected to my wifi network ? If possible, i want a desktop app that can show me like : Hey ! This device (phone, tablet, whatever....) is connected to your wifi net : and then show me some options like letting that device to stay connected to internet for an amount of time a day and to be able to turn off internet remotely for that device/s I knew i used in the past an windows app something called Connect......and whatever but pls, show some other apps I want as many options as possible
  15. Hello So i have a few apps that i've set them to start at windows start-up but they wont start right away but only after i've inserted my windows login details Is there a way, while i login to windows 10 for those apps to allready be started and ready ? Thanks
  16. Every installation of Windows 10 includes a huge collection of built-in apps. Some are Universal apps that are updated from the Microsoft Store. Others are legacy apps that hang around because other programs expect them to be there. If you prefer a tidy system, many (but not all) of these apps can be uninstalled, especially if you prefer a third-party alternative. This gallery offers a comprehensive look at how to unclutter your copy of Windows 10. Most (but not all) Windows 10 apps can be uninstalled Microsoft has done a decent job of migrating the old Add-Remove Programs dialog b
  17. These Crappy Android Cleaner Apps Are Actually Malware While the latest Android malware you should look out for hasn’t been as popular as the scammy apps that recently drove 382+ million downloads, it’s plenty serious. Security researchers from Trend Micro recently called out a number of Android apps—with more than 470,000 total downloads combined—for being bogus system-cleaning utilities that actually had the potential to install more than 3,000 other malware apps on a user’s device. Worse, these shitty apps could also log into these other shitty ap
  18. With a wealth of new photo and video-related apps, and a number of new live-streaming entrants onto the market, March was a busy month in the the App Store. Here, we’ve got the best new and updated apps from last month in one place for your easy perusal. We’ve split this story over several pages to make it easier, but if you’d rather read it all as one, Here it is.. OneShotOneShot is an app that lets you post ‘screenshorts’ – a screengrab of an article designed to get around Twitter’s 140-character limit – directly to the social network with the utmost ease. It’s not perfect, and does have tr
  19. In this article, I have compiled a list of 5 free Sound meter Android apps to measure environmental noise. These Android apps will measure the noise around you and display a real-time graph of the noise level readings. These apps will tell you the current noise level and other stats like peak noise, minimum, and average noise levels. Some of the apps can even show the current noise levels in the Android notification area. This allows you to quickly check noise levels any time you want. However, these noise meter apps can’t measure higher noise levels due to the limitations of devic
  20. Step 1 : Open up myappsharer app. Step 2 : Just tap on the app that you want to share with your friends, myappsharer also has the capability to select the multiple apps as you wish. Step 3 : Now select the mode of transfer from popup just above the app that you have just tapped to share with your friends. ( We have selected locomapia app – A simple app which helps us to share our location with friends we choose that’s even without GPS ) Step 4 : Done. Source : crawlerguys.com
  21. My phone has limited internal storage space. I have found info to re-partition it and that helped a little. There's loads of space on the SD card. I've tried a bunch of ways to make apps use that and it mostly does not work. Link2SD is one example - a real PITA that is too quirky to be useful - at least for me. There's an assortment of apps called Apps2SD and most are either riddled with ads and do very little if they do work at all. App Manager and Force 2 SD are more examples of these kinds of apps. The latest one I found is 'move app to sdcard pro' by ljmobile, from February 23, 2014. ( htt
  22. Features of Opera Max 0.9.124 Android App Get more out of your data plan with data compression technology of Opera max, which compress video, images, and websites which can be squeezed. You can easily block any app as you wish from using mobile data and restrict it to using Wi-Fi only. Unlike other VPN Opera max once turned on it automatically starts to save data when the mobile data is turned on and instead of turning the VPN off when the mobile data is turned off Opera Max just pause its service. Opera Max summarizes each app data usage on daily basis, so that we can find which apps are
  23. We’ve all heard stories of daring robberies like that of D.B. Cooper, and in a way are almost swept away by the romantic anarchy of them. But there’s another end to that spectrum as well: the capers that, despite their size, are so mundane that getting a job at a cracker factory would be wild in comparison. Case in point is the arrest of 29-year-old Daigo Sugano for attempting to cheat one of Japan’s largest shopping center chains, Aeon, out of roughly 5,380,000 yen (US$47,000) in loyalty points. Using the Aeon app, people can receive two yen ($0.02) worth of points simply by
  24. Google and Apple Reveal How Covid-19 Alert Apps Might Look As contact tracing plans firm up, the tech giants are sharing new details for their framework—and a potential app interface. Public health officials still have to make the actual apps. But Apple and Google have given them a reference interface—and strict guidelines on how much data they can collect.Illustration: Getty Images Finding out that you've been exposed to a serious disease through a push notif
  25. Apple just unveiled its picks of the best iPad and iPhone apps of the year - here they are Apple hosted its Design Awards and these are the winners iPhone 11 Pro Max (Image credit: Future) If you're looking for advice on the best apps for your iPhone or iPad, then there's nowhere better to turn to on the matter (apart from TechRadar) than Apple itself, and the company has just announced its picks of the eight best designed apps of the year. That's thanks to the Apple Design Awards 2020, part of the company's annual devel
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