Friday, November 30, 2018

Feature Points Review and Referral Code: Receive Free Bitcoin, PayPal Funds, iTunes & Amazon Gift Cards

Use Feature Points to earn points by testing out new apps on mobile devices. You can redeem for real-world rewards. When you play with an app for two minutes, you receive a preset amount of reward points. Once you have enough enough reward points, you can collect rewards like Bitcoin, PayPal funds, Amazon gift cards, iTunes cards, and iPad Minis. Step-by-Step guide, below.

Receive free Bitcoin, PayPal funds, iTunes & Amazon gift cards by downloading apps on your iPhone or Android phone/tablet. Feature Points referral code and review.
Download link: Feature Points
Referral code for your first 50 free bonus points: iAppsclub

Step 1: Navigate on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android device through the mobile Safari browser or Android browser to the website here:

Step 2: Once you signed up, the app will prompt you to enter a referral code. With our code: iAppsclub you get your first 50 free bonus points.

Step 3: Navigate to the Earn page, and browse the list of apps. If you find an app that you want to try, click on it to check how many points it offers. Then, click "Download" to go to the store page and download your first app!

Step 4: Use the app for at least two minutes to earn points. Bear in mind that it may take a day or two for Feature Points to credit you with the points that you've earned for a given app. You may not get points if you've downloaded the app before, or if you fail to complete the app's tutorial. Once the two minutes are up, you can close the app and return to Feature Points to download another app.

Step 5: Download more apps. Keep downloading and using apps in order to generate a steady flow of reward points. Set a goal for yourself: aim for a specific number of points, or play with Feature Points for half an hour to try it out. Make sure that you are connected to WiFi, if possible. Downloading a lot of apps with your data plan can max out your data very quickly. Feel free to delete apps from your device after you've earned your points. At a certain point, you will fill up your device memory if you keep downloading new apps without deleting the old apps.

Step 6: Collect rewards! Open the "Rewards" tab. Once you've earned a few hundred points, navigate to the Rewards section of the app to browse your options.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Dutchbudz Wireless Earphones

As more devices ditch the headphone jack in favor of Bluetooth, NFC, or other near-field communications methods, wireless headphones have become less about novelty than necessity. As prices go down and noise cancellation becomes more of a standard than a perk, wireless headphones have become an excellent option for people looking to buy great audio for their iPhone.
Dutchbuds Wireless Earphones

Dutchbudz Earbuds

If you don't want a noise-canceling set of earphones on your commute and fits your ears perfectly, the Dutchbudz are an incredible set of ultra-portable headphones for your devices. The case also perfectly-sized to slip into a jeans or coat pocket.

With a fully charged battery case, you have 24 hours of playtime, 5hrs from buds and 19hrs from charging case. As soon as you put the Dutchbudz back in their protective case, they will fully recharge for the next time use. The Dutchbudz supports Bluetooth 5.0 and can remember up to 6 linked devices. They switch smoothly from your computer at work to your phone.
Each bud carries a carefully tuned 10 mm dynamic driver to provide a full frequency HiFi performance and built in mics for clear voice handsfree calls. You can use the Dutchbudz while going for a run or an intensive workout, the buds are resistant to sweat and rain.

Dutchbuds Wireless EarphonesBottom line: if you want Bluetooth headphones that deliver on comfort, epic noise cancellation, and overall sound quality, you can't go wrong with the Dutchbudz wireless earphones. You can order these new earbuds now for only $29, retail price is $79:

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Apple demonstrates iOS 11 on the iPad with 6 useful videos

Apple demonstrates iOS 11 on the iPad with 6 useful videos. New Dock, File app, multitasking on iPhone and iPad, hand gesture and more

Apple’s official YouTube channel is refreshed with 6 new how-to videos showing some of the major new features coming to iPad on iOS 11.

The video tutorials, each running 1 minute long, also highlight iPad multitasking gestures, an enhanced Markup feature that’s now available in more places, a new document scanner in the Notes app, an overhauled task switcher, and an improved Control Center. Here they are.

Harnessing the power of the new Dock

Getting more things done more quickly with multitasking  

Getting the most out of your hands with gestures  

Marking stuff up with Apple Pencil  

Effortlessly scanning, signing and sending a document  

Manage and fly through your files with Files app

iOS 11 will release as a free upgrade in September. Read our latest post about the iPhone 8 Release date.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

iPhone 8 Release date: Apple Introduce New iPhone 8 Color Blush Gold

iPhone 8 release date, specs and prices. iPhone 8 to cost more than $1,000. $1,200 128GB. Specs: OLED...

iPhone 8

The iPhone 8, tipped by some to arrive as the 'iPhone Edition' or 'iPhone X' will be Apple's 10th-anniversary smartphone and looks set to be the first to debut wireless charging tech, a curved AMOLED display and an unusual vertical dual rear-facing camera.

If rumours are to be believed, the so-called 'Edition' will launch alongside the less-impressive iPhone 7S and 7S Plus. We've rounded up everything we know about the iPhone 8 so far and will update this article as soon as we hear more.

iPhone 8 Release date 

The iPhone 8 is likely to be announced in September 2017, marking 10 years since the firm launched its first smartphone. However, one report claims that it might not be available to buy until the fourth quarter, noting that the iPhone 8 may be available in limited quantity only. A note by analyst Timothy Arcuri from Cowen and Company has added weight to this and claims that production could be delayed due to issues with its Touch ID sensor.

Another report suggests the iPhone 8 may not arrive until 2018. A research Deutsche Bank, picked up by Business Insider, claims the smartphone won't make it onto shelves this year due to supply chain issues and "technical challenges". As if just to confuse matters more, Digitimes is reporting that mass production of the iPhone 8 is on schedule and that the smartphone will see a release in October.

iPhone 8 Price

If it's anything like Apple's new MacBooks, next year's iPhone will be more expensive than this year's release, and some are claiming that the highest-spec model will be the first iPhone to cost more than $1,000. A new report at Forbes claims that pricing could start at an eye-watering $1,100 to $1,200, with Apple to offer the handset in 128GB and 256GB configurations only.

iPhone 8 release date, specs and prices. iPhone 8 to cost more than $1,000. $1,200 128GB. Specs: OLED...

iPhone 8 specs

 - 5.8 in 2.5D OLED edge-to-edge display
- New design with an 'all-glass' construction
- 71x143x7.4mm
 - Wireless charging support
 - Apple A11 chip
 - Rear-facing Touch ID sensor
 - iOS 11 with improved Siri, P2P payments
 - Face-scanning technology
 - Vertical dual cameras on rear
 - Support for LTE speeds up to 450Mbps

Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - Mobile Scheduler App review for iPhone and Apple Watch

Meetings at work, picking up the kids, going to the gym - when you have a busy life there are a lot of things you have to juggle at the same time. To make life easier, your very own personal assistant Kono can help you schedule everything you need to do.

Kono’s taking over

There are literally tons of schedule and planning apps available online. However, Kono sticks out from the crowd because the app itself will give you suggestions when and where to meet! Not only that, Kono will even automatically send invites to your guests.

Getting lunch with myself

Kono needs some input from you in order to make an accurate schedule. You start by having to connect with Google or Facebook. For some reason I can’t connect with Facebook - Google it is. After synchronizing with my phone’s and Google’s calendar, I’m given my Kono calendar which shows all up and coming birthdays. Makes sense because I don’t use my phone or Google to plan anything. I’m an old fashioned paper planner girl. There is a green plus button at the bottom of my Kono calendar. Not to my surprise, it’s the make a new event button. I think it’s time to have lunch with myself. I hope I can make it.

So, should I try It's available for iPhone and Apple watch. Meetings at work, picking up the kids, going to the gym - when you have a busy life there are a lot of things you have to juggle at the same time.The app checks the schedule of my invited guests after which it shows me options for a meeting place. Kono is correct in suggesting establishments in the Netherlands, but misses the mark by

suggesting Amsterdam. However, I realize I haven’t given Google or Kono any precise information on my location. My mistake. After randomly choosing a place and time, Koni sets up an invitation, sends it after my confirmation and lunch has been put on my calendar. It still has the pending status so I confirm and now it’s time to see if my guest does too.

Considering I’ve invited myself, I immediately go to my other email account to see if I received the invitation. No, bummer! After everything went so smoothly, I’m disappointed I have to wait 25 minutes before I receive my invite.

What else can Kono do for me?

I played around a bit after planning the appointment. I changed the time and immediately got an email telling me the event had been updated. You can add your home and work address. The more information you give and the more plans you add to your calendar, the smarter Kono will be. For example, when planning an appointment, if you have meetings back to back, Kono will never plan the next appointment 15 minutes later when your travel time is 40 minutes. You will receive notifications when it’s time to leave or when you are going to be late based on your location and average travel time.

Are the guests you’re inviting also using Kono? All calendars will be automatically compared to pick a perfect time. Everyone not using an app will get an email like I did - but remember that could take up to 30 minutes.

So, should I try

The apps looks good and I always enjoy an app telling me Good Night or TGIF it’s almost the weekend. The process of planning an appointment went well and I like the fact that Kono does a lot for you. You only have to make few choices. Unfortunately, you can’t synchronize Kono with any other calendar then Google’s or the one on your phone. If that works for you, Kono won’t disappoint! is available for free in the App Store (iOS8,3+, universal, Apple Watch supported).

See also: Star Walk 2 is Apple's free app of the week and Nintendo working on a game boy emulator.

Nintendo is working on a Game Boy emulator for iOS iPhone and iPad!

Is Nintendo finally getting it? Would it be possible to play Game Boy games legally on iOS? There is hope: Nintendo has filed a patent that makes it possible to play games on tablets and smartphones.
Nintendo is working on a Game Boy emulator for iOS iPhone, iPad and iPod touch! From now it is possible to play games like Super Mario on your iPhone!

Game Boy emulator

Currently it is possible to play Nintendo games on your iOS device without jailbreak via an unofficial app. GBA4iOS is a popular app that lets you play Game Boy games on your iPhone/iPad and iPod touch device. But, because the app is illegal, it isn't available in the App Store. The Japanese developer Karen Stai has found a way to make Nintendo games playable via an emulator in Safari. She has succeeded to build such a system in a mobile browser, without jailbreaking the iOS device. Same as the Netflix-like torrent streaming service ''MovieBox'', which also came available via Safari.

GBA4iOS has shown that Game Boy games work fine on iOS devices via an emulator. But of course, we would like to play Nintendo games from an official app from Nintendo itself. There is a glimmer hope for Nintendo fans, because the Japanese company has filed a patent, which describes that Nintendo wants to emulate Game Boy hardware. The software (games) would have to operate on mobile devices.

Nintendo is working on a Game Boy emulator for iOS iPhone, iPad and iPod touch! From now it is possible to play games like Super Mario on your iPhone!


Nintendo made again an operating loss. This is mainly duo to the poor sales of the Wii, which is currently defeated by Playstation 4 and Xbox One. And not only by the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, everyone who owns an iPhone or iPad device, don't need an 3DS, because why would you? For years are people saying that Nintendo should create Nintendo games for iPhone and iPad. And now it's probably finally time.

It is also very strange if Nintendo will great such a system for iOS devices, who will than buy an Nintendo 3DS, if you can play Nintendo games on an iPhone. It isn't very logical, but for us, it is great news!

Let us know what you think about this in the comment section down below.

See also: How to play Nintendo games via an emulator.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Apple iOS 10.2 Update for iPhone and iPad

Apple iOS 10.2 Update for iPhone and iPad. Whats New, Release date.

What's new in iOS 10.2

Apple devices are internationally popular and people wait eagerly for new launches and updates of Apple iOS. Apple has recently allowed almost everybody to download the recent iOS 10. However, we're now beginning to see a whirlwind of updates, with the release of iOS 10.1 and now the primary indications of iOS 10.2 launch is also in its way. The iOS is not exactly the same or different from the previous version. But, there are a couple of updates that are worth consideration and worth knowing about.

New Features of iOS 10.2

* Video application: Showcased near the new MacBook Pro release, Apple's new Video application works crosswise over both iOS and Apple TV. It's another method for finding content crosswise over iTunes and other streaming applications. It's US just for the present, and it lacks the Netflix support. However, it seems to be a decent update over the last one.

* SOS: Presented in beta 2, another SOS feature highlight will call emergency services when the power button of iPhone is pressed 5 times. You can obviously turn this button off.

* Wallpapers: Three new awesome wallpapers have been included in iOS 10.2. The extra choices, each of which was utilized as part of Apple's promotion for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, have a dark foundation and coasting sphere in the center. We're certain that they're intended to bring the best out of more extensive color range displays on the iPhone 7, and they do look better than average.

* Updated emoji: Complete bunch of brand new mojo have been included in the main iOS 10.2 beta including a croissant, clown, owl, shark, butterfly and obviously an avocado. A significant number of old fashioned emoji have likewise been redrawn to look more current and modern, with so much more profession-based emoji now accessible in both male and female.

* Videos gadget: Like the Netflix gadget, the new Videos gadget demonstrates to you the program or film you're viewing, and with a tap, you can hop straight again into it without opening up the application.

* Save your camera settings: There's currently a choice that gives you a chance to save your past camera settings. This allows you generally hop straight into "square" photograph mode, stay with a similar channel or keep Live Photos turned off, liable upon your inclinations.

Nothing huge, however, 'Bug Fixes' is obviously recorded. So, ideally some of those irritating glitches will have been stamped out. There's likewise another celebration impact in iMessages and star appraisals in the Music application.

iOS 10.2 release date

iOS 10.2 is now available to enlisted iOS developers through the Apple Beta Software Program, and expectantly we'll see a release soon for open beta testers. We wouldn't be shocked to see iOS 10.2 get its last release when Apple's new TV application is prepared to be launched later in the year. iOS 10.2 doesn't have a solitary fundamental component like Portrait mode in iOS 10.1, however, it offers a few feature changes.


iOS 10.2 beta 3 expels the Videos application in the United States, formally supplanting it with the TV application, and it dispenses with the SOS feature that was presented in the second iOS 10.2 beta. Beta 3 likewise incorporates another "Send With Love" Screen Effect in Messages and new TV application settings.

The TV application serves as an Apple-outlined TV guide that is intended to simplify the overall experience of watching TV and find new TV shows and pictures to watch. TV application will soon be accessible on both iOS gadgets and the Apple TV.

Apple has called iOS 10 its "greatest release ever" for iOS customers or users, with a patched up lock screen, a Siri SDK for engineers and developers, a redesigned and updated Messages application, a committed "Home" application for HomeKit users, new facial and object recognition capacities in Photos, and redesigned Maps and Apple Music applications.

This article is written by Surya Kumar. Read more about him on our Staff page.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Diversity helps sport take over app market

Diversity helps sport take over app market
"iPhone" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by renatomitra
Sport and mobile technology have enjoyed a fruitful relationship since the rise of handheld devices over the last decade. We could argue that no sector has better used the mobile platform to enhance their audience’s experience. Seemingly almost every sport has a host of apps available, providing extensive coverage and also using the technology to offer new insights and features to users, especially in online betting markets.

Watch goals through an app

An example of how the app platform has taken the sporting world by storm is the fact that this season goals from the Premier League can now be viewed on mobile devices before they are aired on television. Licensing laws in the United Kingdom prevent 3pm matches from being shown live on TV, with the earliest opportunity to see highlights coming only in the late evening, on either Sky Sports or BBC’s Match of the Day.

The Sky Sports and Times app have given football fans the opportunity to view goals right after the 3pm kickoffs have ended, meeting a huge demand for impatient followers of the Premier League. Should the system continue to be a success then it might not be long before games are streamed solely on apps, which has already occurred in the NFL. For the 2016 season Thursday Night Football has been streamed on Twitter in collaboration with the league and CBS. Although the matches on a whole have failed to attract the same ratings as the last campaign, the results from Twitter have been a success.

Diversity helps sport take over app market
"Schlupp on the ball" (CC BY 2.0) by Ronnie Macdonald

This will no doubt have caught the attention of the NFL and sporting organizations across the world. It would be no surprise to see other sports follow in their lead, which could see events like the Champions League final feature on social media app in the near future.

The rise of fantasy sports 

One of the leading activities in sports fandom is fantasy gaming. The majority of football fans in the UK and the USA will be part of a fantasy team, whether it’s the Premier League or the NFL. As a result, the demand has been met through several apps, but the official products from both leagues have proven to be extremely successful.

Fantasy is all consuming to passionate supporters, as displayed in the television show The League. Having the opportunity to monitor your team on the go and be aware for pickups on the waiver wire has made it an ideal match for mobile users, while it has also included video features to track players on your respective team.

Arguably the biggest area of sport that has benefitted from the revolution of mobile technology are betting companies. Customers are able to gamble on the go on events they may be attending themselves. A punter with a good knowledge of how the match is faring will be tempted to reach into their pocket and have a bet just because it’s readily available.

New features such as cash-out lend itself perfectly to this market, which enables the user to take money that is on offer in a live bet. If a user was simply on a home computer the idea may not be as enticing as they may have to leave the house, potentially missing out an opportunity of a win.

The different facets of sport allow diverse apps to be produced, which is why it has become so entrenched across mobile technology. Expect the trend to continue as further developments are made on portable platforms. Streaming services may soon overtake traditional television with the rise of Netflix and Amazon, which could change the sporting landscape and Sky's dominance of almost all sporting events, especially the Premier League.


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