This is one handy app that I stumbled across recently. If you have read the review of Tinfoil for Facebook I wrote recently, you will know how I prefer to use more secure apps when viewing the Facebook feed. However one issue I did find when jumping from a Facebook feed to a website –
This app was recently mentioned on the Australian ABC and should be installed on all our phones in my opinion. The app was developed by Australia’s emergency services and their Government and industry partners, helping people to call the right number at the right time, anywhere in Australia. It uses your mobile phone’s GPS functionality so
Many seniors love Facebook as it enables them to keep in touch with friends and family, especially to view photos (and videos) of grandchildren. I am a very late adopter of Facebook, mainly because of previously reported lax security for it’s members and the companies concentration on it’s users being a product rather than customers
Many of us use our phones as WiFi HotSpots. It is such a handy feature that most smartphones have available these days. If you aren’t familiar with what this is, just read the explanation at the end of this post. However, I used to find that the multiple taps to turn it on or off,
WiFi connections can prove tricky to set up and keep working reliably. I have set up hundreds of WiFi networks for people over the years and many of the problems can be tracked down with the aid of a good networking tool like WiFi Analyzer. I use this app regularly to help with the best
We all understand the need to secure our tablet or phone with a pin code or password, but it can be frustrating entering the code 20 times a day when your device is used at home. Many people just don’t bother to use a password or pin for this reason, but the hassles you go
I’m often asked, ‘Andy, should I install an antivirus app on my phone? My answer is – in short ‘no, it isn’t really necessary’. As the vast majority of users install their apps from the Google Play Store, there is in fact, very little chance that a malicious app could be installed on your device.
This app could very well save your life – literally. We can all imagine being in a serious situation and not being able to (or too scared to) call someone for help, or simply be unable to use the phone in a medical emergency. Shake For Help is designed for just these situations and from