Ever thought about encrypting your text messages or any other text on your mobile phone? Well you’re in luck because there’s an app for that. The iPhone and iPad app is called Paranoia Text Encryption. The Paranoia Text Encryption app is a universal and secure encryptor for your messages, notes, chat posts and any other texts. Paranoia Text Encryption is the universal text encryption application for iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod) by Paranoia Works. Paranoia Text Encryption keeps your SMSs, emails, social networking posts, notes, and any other text safe from snoopers, hackers, and prying eyes. I could see this app being especially useful for businesses who want to keep their company information safe. Right now there are no reviews of the Paranoia Text Encryption app, but it is free so it’s worth at least trying out.
If you would like more information on the app visit: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/paranoia-text-encryption-universal/id935278498?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Byber is a brand new app designed to help you meet new people, connect with friends and explore what your neighborhood has to offer. Byber helps you meet people in your neighborhood more easily.
– My profile
– Flirt functionality
– Byber events
– Ability to share
Setting up your profile is easy. Just upload a picture of yourself and enter a short description. Now just sit back and relax and you will start to receive ‘drink offers’ it you set up an interesting profile. You will also receive ‘Byber Requests’ and RSVP to events. You can share and communicate your activity on Facebook and Twitter.
This is a very powerful app and I think it takes the concept of sites like Tinder to another level, but it’s all dependent on how many users are using the app. Anything that has to do with meeting people and/or dating is totally dependent on how many actual people are active on the app. This social networking app is brand new, just updated Jan 16, 2015. The idea is solid so I wish them the best of luck!
App Screen Shots:
Looking to edit Microsoft Office Word Processor and Reader documents on iPhone and iPad? If you answered yes then you may want to look into the Document Writer App. Document Writer is one of the best ways to edit and manage documents on your iPhone or iPad. Create and Edit Rich Text Documents on your iPhone or iPad. With the Document Writer App you will also be able to create and edit spreadsheets. Other things app can do include creating and editing spreedsheets, drawing pad, converting Microsoft Office Docs to PDF, PDF tooks, doc scanner, file manager, voice recorder, and app has the ability to transfer files wirelessly. To download visit the Apple App Store.
As far as a reading device the Kindle is superior to the Apple iPad. In Amazon.com’s new commercial Amazon.com takes this fact to heart and attempts to bring down the Apple Ipad. The new commercial depicts models reading books, I know it’s a stretch… Watch video below or click through on the article to watch video.
For those of you who purchased the iPad, but were majorly disappointed when iPad failed at flash now have hope. A company called RipCode has come out with a clientless Flash video codec that allows Clientless Adobe Flash Video on Apple iPad. Read more about this codec at RipCode.com.
I got my hands on the iPad this Sat. and first impression is this is an amazing little device. 2nd reaction that came a little later to me is this is primarily a content consumption device. Surfing the web gets really frustrating when you run into the fact the Apple iPad doesn’t support flash. Do you know how frustrating this becomes when surfing the web? What was Apple thinking? This makes the iPad junk in my opinion. 2nd where do I put the my SD cards from my digital camera? Oh I know, Apple decided not to include a SD slot in the iPad. Also, the minute you hook up the iPad to your computer’s USB port it wants to sync with iTunes and then asks you to create an Apple account. I absolutely hate this kind of control. May be some people like the walled garden experience, but personally I think it gets old fast. Where the iPad excels is watching video, surfing the web specifically browsing news, and streaming NetFlix. The iPad as far an I can tell is an entertainment consumption device. Sometimes I feel it’s sad that the technology industry today keeps coming up with new devices that feed us the same content movies, music, web, and news. How many more places do I need to watch video, browse news, or play video games? Do I really have to be entertained to this extent at all times? I’ll pass on the iPad, but that doesn’t mean I think it won’t be hugely successful. I think of Apple users like hipsters carrying around an iPad to them is a fashion statement. Just as carrying around a cup of Starbucks was about 10-15 years ago. Apple users see themselves as apart of a club that somehow is just a little better than everyone else. With the iPad fashion definitely comes before function. iPad’s fashionable function = consuming.
« Previous Entries
We respect your email privacy
Copyright © CashSherpa.com - Gadgets, Technology, and Marketing