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Showing posts with label App Store. Show all posts

5 apps to help you get through that new year's day hangover

get through that new year's day hangover

ah, day of the new year in Australia. A time to huddle, miserably hungover, before three industrial medium fans on a breathtaking hot summer day.

Some of you may have only one or two perfectly reasonable glasses of champagne in the night before, and fresh and full of vigor on Jan 1.

For the rest of you miserable sods, leave these applications help you.


1. Deliveroo


face it: you are not out of the nest of sheets and regret that you have created for themselves. Maintenance will have to come to you.

The UK-based startup, started in Australia in November, partner with local restaurants to bring something gourmet directly in front of your door. Sydney Sierre: you work with Mary's citizens. Is there a better way to bring in the new year as by throwing all of your diet plans from the window? Of course not.

The iOS app is free in the App Store.



2. Stan


if the rising temperatures simply not let sleeping past noon, no fear - you do not need to leave your bedroom.

Fire up the stan-app on your Tablet-PC and start the playback transparent. Touch, subversive series on Los Angeles family to parent comes as a trans-gender is fun, but also very very good so that it is no longer so bad on the inhalation of two seasons in a session.

The app is free to iOS and Android, but you need a subscription. Fortunately there is a free 30-day trial version available.

Amazon Studio's "Transparent."
Amazon Studio's "Transparent."

3. Head space


at some point, you need to walk, in view of the fact that there is a new year and start your life in order. You will probably be using and half the world have decided to begin the year 2016 is to meditate and guided meditation apps are here to help.

You can take your free10 program a try you on the first day of the new year, work on 10 daily 10-minute exercises. If you cannot get enough, a full subscription costs $12.95 (A$17.76) per month.

The app is available free of charge on iOS, Android and Amazon, with in-app purchases.

 Head space


4. Airbnb


you probably know everything about Airbnb, the platform to stay in the houses of the world. But it is also one of the less known role in support of the daydreams of hungover people everywhere.

If you are full of bitterness about the journey home on New Years Eve, crushed with seemingly half the city in a train carriage Airbnb, use the app to fanta sise on the isolated, european mountain hut located in the next time. In the year 2016 you will be better seasonal selection.

The app is free to iOS or Android. A rustic weekend in the Swiss Alps.

Airbnb


The company makes it easier to book immediately begins in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

5. The iconic


it will emerge from this hungover stand and when you do, an oversized T-Shirt with juice stains will no longer be suitable.

Why not spend the day of the new year trawling the fashion blogs and choose "gym Goth" is definitely your look for 2016? After you have made a good choice, take a look at online retailer of the legendary and to order.

The app is free to iOS and Android.

The iconic


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source: mashable

How to ditch Android and join the side of Apple



How to ditch Android and join the side of Apple


Now that Apple has a bigger, better iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, we suspect lots of big screen Android Fans can defect to iOS. (Apparently Apple thinks so too). But while the mobile exchange is a type of headache, change the phone and change the operating systems level can induce pain of migraine if you is not prepared properly.  

But you will be prepared. Since you can not miss your calendar events to your favorite applications, here is how to make the most important in the transition from Android to iOS in top condition mobile needs.
Mail, Calendar and Contacts

If you keep your life in sync with the cloud-based Google ecosystem transfer Android to iOS is relatively easy. You will need to create an Apple ID when you first start your journey iOS (if not already have an iTunes account), but you can add your Google account once the initial configuration of your phone is finished.

To do this, go to Settings> Mail, Contacts, Calendars, then tap Add account. There, you can add your Google account (or any other email account you would like to sync to your device). Once added, you can choose to sync mail, contacts, calendars and notes.

If you have maintained contacts stored locally on your Android phone, you first need to export your contacts to the SD card of the device, connect it to your computer and download the resulting vcf file, then log into your Google account. Click where it says "Gmail" on the top left to go to Contacts, click the More tab and select Import. Now, when you add your Google account to iPhone, contacts will come along, too.
Keyboards

From iOS 8 is now compatible with third-party keyboards, most likely you can still use an almost identical version of its keyboard are extremely high. You are lucky!

Adding a third party to the keyboard of your system is quite simple. Download the keyboard app from the App Store and then go to Settings> General> Keyboards> Add New Keyboard. Navigate to the section for third-party keyboards, and see all the applications you have downloaded keyboard. Select the one you want, give you permission to be used throughout the system, and you're ready to go.

Popular keyboards like SwiftKey, Swype, Fleksy and TouchPal now all must be available for iOS in August.
applications

While you will not have the same type of home screen widgets and an Android phone, 8 Does iOS widgets in your opinion today in the notification center. It is accessed with a swipe down from the top of the screen, as the name suggests, this is where you will also find a list of the latest notifications and executables you received.

As for the widgets, the latest version of the Yahoo Weather application includes serving as a miniature version of the full blown application with a Flickr photo-specific location annotated with current and future conditions of temperature. Calendar Calendars Readdle applications and also offer 5 notification center widgets for better glanceable version of the daily programming schedule Apple offers.

Dropbox, Evernote, and OpenTable are some of the other titles that offer these widgets. 9to5Mac has a complete alphabetical list of applications that currently allow Notification Center widgets, but most surely be on the way.
Your App Collection

Unfortunately, there is no way one or two steps to get all your favorite Android on your iOS device. You will need to go through and manually reset your home screen with applications you use on the regular.

But this discomfort is actually a disguised opportunity. Now is the time to take inventory of his collection of applications. Make a list of your actual favorites, they use every day, and those who can not imagine life without him. Ditch the rest. Congratulations, your collection of apps just got a thorough cleaning of autumn.

With the exception of a handful of titles (mostly games), almost all of your favorite Android should also be on iOS. If you already shelled out big bucks for an Android version of an application, it might be worth leaving your customer service a line-you might be able to offer a discount code for their continued patronage, rather than risk choosing a application to compete cheaper. If the application is only $ 1, however, do not be stingy, show some love dev.
Photos, music, PDFs and Other Media

One of the things I like to get me a new phone is the opportunity to begin again. But some people like to keep your favorite photos, videos and music on your device, always. No problem. If that's you, you'll want to download first to your computer (connect the Android device and then sync with Outlook or Exchange) and transfer them to your iPhone via iTunes. To do this, connect your iPhone via USB or via WiFi and launch iTunes, click "Sync with phone", then select the media you want on your new phone (you can choose between books movies and TV shows, notes, photos, audio content, and more).

If you are transferring PDF and ePub documents, you can still access them using iBooks iOS to read (or other PDF reader). If you have Office documents, Apple Pages, Numbers and Keynote will allow you to read and edit them on your iPhone, or you can use Microsoft Office for iOS.

Your MP3 files if you are not already an avid user of Spotify or Rdio, live music Apple applications on iOS once they have been added to iTunes. And once your audio collection is sorted, if you want to buy more music on the move, you can buy content in iTunes (same goes for movies or television programs).

For anything stored in the cloud instance for Evernote, Google Drive, Dropbox or you're going. Just download the iOS version of these applications, and you will be able to access their files once they are synchronized.