Become A Designer Using Nothing But Your Smartphone

Before we dive into the incredible possibilities of modern smartphones, a little disclaimer is a must. Sure, a lot of things can be done with these devices and you can obtain incredible results as an absolute amateur, but those will never be on the same level than when a professional designer creates something. After all, when it comes to design, it’s all about the skills of the artist and not the tools that they use. And smartphones give us a plethora of tools that do all kinds of stuff. However, that doesn’t mean professional designers don’t also use these, meaning that you, as a complete newbie, can hope to get similar results. Read More

Top 5 iPhone Apps For Coffee Lovers

Coffee Lovers are always looking for new ways to make their perfect cup of coffee taste even better. With the technology available right at our fingertips, it’s easy to figure out what makes your cup of coffee even more you. So, no matter where you are, or when you want, these Apps will help you buy or brew the kind of coffee that’s best for you. Check out the Top 5 Apps For Coffee Lovers For iOS. Read More

India Bans 118 More Chinese Apps Including PUBG And Alipay

As the border dispute between India and China started to heat up, India took measures to protect its privacy as well as integrity. For that, the Indian government banned Chinese Apps like TikTok and WeChat, back in June. In continuation of that, India has added 118 Chinese Apps to its banned Apps list. The move precedes the US ban of TikTok scheduled for November. Read More

Top 5 iPad Apps For Pilots

It is unlikely that Aviation technology will be able to take place of the experiences and expertise of human pilots in the near future. Nevertheless, navigation and data logging apps are unquestionably making lives easier for them. There are numerous apps that are helpful for pilots, from flight training and weather briefings to calculators and games. Some of the apps worth considering for any pilot’s iPad are listed below. Read More

Xiaomi India Working On MIUI Update Without Pre-Installed Banned Chinese Apps

Indian Government recently banned several Chinese apps, most notably TikTok and WeChat, but also the Mi Browser Pro. This had serious implications for Xiaomi and its MIUI Android skin mainly because the company normally pre-installs its forbidden browser on its ROM. The company has now notified its customers that none of the blocked apps are working on its phones any longer and the latest version of MIUI is in the progress that gets relieved of them entirely. The company has also ensured that 100% of Indian user data will stay on local servers. Read More