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GetSmarter launches iBrainPowers, a breakthrough science app for quantum-speed reading

iBrainPowers training is a combination of neural feedback, sound waves and frequency that was developed by respected members of the mainstream medical research community. iBrainPowers, a new app from GetSmarter Edutech & Research, helps young people acquire the ability to interpret any language they haven’t studied. Brain stimulation has generated …

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Substack launches the iOS app

If you have subscribed to many Substack writers and now find your inbox flooded with newsletters, today is your lucky day. Substack, the subscription newsletter platform, has just spear its first mobile application in the Apple App Store. Anyone can download the app for their iOS devices right now. The …

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Multi-photo editing app Batch donates all proceeds to…

(MENAFN-EIN Presswire) Batch photo editing with filters Color Enhancement Tool Color transfer tool – use any photo as a style reference Made in Ukraine publishing app Batched will donate all proceeds to support Ukraine in the war with Russia. I don’t want the history of Ukraine to be a legend …

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Multi-photo editing app Batch donates all proceeds to support Ukraine

Batch photo editing with filters Color Enhancement Tool Color transfer tool – use any photo as a style reference Made in Ukraine publishing app Batched will donate all proceeds to support Ukraine in the war with Russia. I don’t want the history of Ukraine to be a legend about 300 …

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Apple’s podcast app is getting worse and I’ll never stop using it

Apple’s terrible podcast app finally taught me a lesson about myself, and I don’t like it. If I was ever mad at the app before, I’m completely pissed about it now, because of all that unwanted introspection. Before revealing the substance of what I reluctantly learned, let me recap the …

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Is the Reface app free? Here’s everything you need to know

Reface is one of many popular apps to go viral in 2022. Although initially free to download and use, you have to pay for the full experience. the Remake The app has been making waves as one of the most entertaining smartphone apps of 2022 – but is Reface free …

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What is the Reface app and how do you use its face swap effects?

Ever wondered what your face would look like on The Rock? And Captain Jack Sparrow? With the Reface app, you can find out for yourself. There are plenty of smartphone apps with fun camera filters and effects – and one of the most popular in 2022 is Remake. Keeping up …

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Is the Spam app a social media on Android? Here’s what we know

Spam App is one of the most popular new social media apps on iPhone. If you have an Android phone, can you use it too? Here’s what you need to know. anti-spam app is a popular alternative to other social media apps, but is it available for Android devices? The …

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Uninstall Android App Installer (WSA) on Windows 11

Claire has a background in business and mathematics. She became interested in Tech through her curiosity…. Read more Android App Installer is a feature that allows you to install and run Android apps directly on your Windows device. However, not everyone appreciates it given the risk of installing malware or …

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Social user Trump Truth claims app censored anti-vaccine content

Stew Peters, a right-wing commentator, claimed former President Donald Trump’s new social media platform posted a “sensitive content” warning over his comment that government officials should be tried and executed for the COVID-19 vaccine. Trump created his Truth Social platform after being kicked out of Twitter and Facebook and marketed …

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Edison Mail app now runs natively on M1 Macs for smoother performance

The latest app to start supporting M1 Macs is Edison Mail. With it, users will be able to experience faster and smoother email than before. As announced in a blog post, the new version of Edison Mail supports M1 Macs, which means that all Apple computers running the company’s own …

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How to get a refund from the App Store for iPhone, iPad and Mac

On the App Store for iPhone, iPad and Mac, the number of products to buy is very high. Because of this, there may be times when someone faces the need for an app refund, many users indeed ask how to get their money back. Also, over time, Apple has changed …

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Metaverse-like app suspends user registration over data leak claims

There are problems brewing in the first metaverse apps on Chinese social platforms. Zheli, a leading social app popular for its use of virtual characters, suspended new user registrations on Sunday after being accused of violating user privacy and plagiarizing the clothing designs of its virtual avatars. . However, its …

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This 22-year-old created a photo-sharing app to keep in touch with his girlfriend and it went viral with millions of downloads

What started as a gift to his girlfriend has become quite the journey for 22-year-old Matt Moss. “In about 3 weeks, we did about 5 million signups,” explained Moss, who I met recently in San Francisco. Follow Rich DeMuro on Instagram for more new techniques, reviews and cool stuff. Moss …

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Mobile app fraud surges in 2021 as rural India an opportunity for app marketers : AppFlyer

Mobile apps in India are hugely successful, but that also makes them a prime target for cybercriminals to conduct fraudulent activities, according to a new report from AppsFlyer. The research firm’s “State of App Marketing in India 2022” report also highlights that rural India is a promising opportunity for app …

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How the Open App Markets Act wants to remake app stores

Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Open App Markets Act, one of lawmakers’ latest attempts to limit the power of big tech companies — a big step toward opening up iOS and Android app stores. . But the proposal has raised questions about moderation and safety alongside praise …

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CYFIRMA presents DeFNCE – the world’s first application to protect users and mobile devices against cybercriminals

An innovative mobile app with the capabilities to boost mobile device cybersecurity, identify fake apps, uncover data leaks and provide cyber situational awareness India | February 8, 2022 – CYFIRMA, an external threat platform management company funded by Goldman Sachs, Zodius Capital and Z3Partners, today announced the launch of …

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This female entrepreneur’s dating and matchmaking app focuses on South Asian singles and parents

As a single South Asian woman in the United States, Nisha Mohan discovered that dating can become a very exhausting activity if you do it long enough. “With the way dating apps are set up today, this results in endless, surface-level conversations that often lead to nothing fruitful. At the …

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China’s Olympics app is horribly insecure

China is forcing athletes to download and use a health and travel app when they attend the Winter Olympics next month. Citizen Lab reviewed the app and found it riddled with security flaws. Main findings: MY2022, an app mandated to be used by all participants in the Beijing 2022 Olympics, …

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Beware of App Store Scams

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Scammers are using Apple and Google app stores to steal personal information. Valuable information ranging from passwords to banking information could be at risk, according to the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau. The Better Business Bureau offers the following tips to protect yourself while browsing the …

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Sebi launches Saa₹thi mobile app for investor education

On Wednesday, January 19, Ajay Tyagi, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), announced the launch of Saa₹thi, a mobile application which aims to educate investors and give them knowledge about the securities market . The purpose of the application is to educate investors about the securities …

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IOC challenges Citizen Lab’s security concerns over Chinese Olympics app

Citizen Lab The International Olympic Committee has defended the Chinese app MY2022 Olympics following a report by Citizen Lab that revealed serious privacy issues with the platform. All participants in the 2022 Olympics in Beijing must download and use the app, but Citizen Lab released a report on Monday stating …

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Meta’s NPE team managed to shut down another app, adding far too many tombstones in too little time / Digital Information World

Meta continues its work reforming the NPE team, as another project was shut down by the social media conglomerate. The latest app to get the ax is Sparked, a dating app that assumes users can host four-minute meetings with potential matches in the form of video chats. This supposedly helps …

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Music app AmpMe drops prices after being accused of being an App Store scammer – TechCrunch

Around the same time, Apple was touting huge App Store revenue growth this week, the app store developer and reviewer said. Kosta Eleftheriou brought to light what appeared to be another App Store scammer hiding in plain sight. On Twitter, Eleftheriou has documented earnings from a music syncing app called …

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Developer behind Wordle App Store clone admits he ‘crossed a line’ after being called

The developer behind an App Store app that cloned the popular Wordle word game has apologized, saying it “crossed a line” and won’t do it again. Wordle has taken the internet by storm over the past two weeks. A simple game in which people try to guess a five-letter word, …

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Yoast exits open source platforms to launch SEO app for Shopify – WP Tavern

After 10 years in the WordPress ecosystem as one of the most popular plugin companies, Yoast is branching out with a new SEO app for the Shopify marketplace. The app will offer Shopify merchants a set of optimizations for search results and Google Shopping, automatically add structured data, and allow …

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Apple App Store faces security concerns that could cost them their loyal audiences / Digital Information World

As we all live in an age of violence and intimidation, the security concerns in the world today are a very serious problem. Similar to this, the security issue in the tech industry is not a very strange event. Currently, many tech giants like Apple are facing very serious security …

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This caller ID app helps Malaysians block spam numbers

[This is a sponsored article with Truecaller.] There are around 29 million Malaysians who own smartphones. This means that around 90% of the country’s population are prime targets for spam and scam calls. However, not all spam emails are designed to steal your money. However, those who do can have …

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“Fleeceware” malware downloaded 600 million times

Google has tried to remove malicious apps from its Android platform on the Google Play Store, but some apps are slipping by the Google security team, like Fleeceware. Fleeceware is a malicious application that tricks users into paying excessive amounts for simple applications with features available for free elsewhere. These …

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Apple may continue to charge in-app fees for now • The Register

Apple will not be required to implement third-party payment systems for its App Store by December 9, after a federal appeals court temporarily suspended the initial ruling on Wednesday. As part of its ongoing legal dispute with Epic, a Northern California District court judge said Apple was not a monopoly, …

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Sideloading Attacks Explained: How A Malicious Application Can Fail a Business

New research from Mimecast’s Threat Center has detailed a recent malware campaign delivered via sideloading. It targeted Microsoft’s App Installer feature in the Microsoft Store, which allows users to install Windows 10 apps from a web page. A threat actor known to spread Trickbot and BazarLoader, which spread spam often …

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Report, Marketing and Advertising News, AND BrandEquity

Apple has taken legal action against the Russian anti-monopoly regulator over a dispute over alternative payment options on its App Store platform, the RIA news agency reported on Sunday citing court documents. Russia opened an antitrust case against Apple in late October, accusing it of failing to allow app developers …

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App Store Connect slows down during the holidays

Dave Bell, co-founder and CEO of Gummicube, advises developers to prepare now to avoid long review times for app submissions and updates to the App Store, to ensure that their apps are online for the holidays. For the first time, Apple’s vacation schedule will not include a full break for …

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Mozilla closes its password manager app

Mozilla will officially drop support for its Firefox Lockwise password manager on December 13. Firefox Lockwise debuted in 2019 as a way for iOS and Android users to create, manage, and sync passwords across devices. Unlike other password managers, which are mostly browser-independent, Firefox Lockwise was specifically designed to be …

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Instagram Threads app to be discontinued next month

Instagram Threads launched in 2019, an app focused on sending and receiving messages with Instagram users. Unfortunately now, Meta has announced that the app will be discontinued and will no longer be available as of December, reports 9to5Mac. Instagram Threads is discontinued and will no longer be available from December …

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Amazon just launched a Prime Video app for macOS

Screenshot: Caitlin McGarry / Gizmodo Amazon has finally introduced a native macOS app for Prime Video, who understand Support for offline downloads, in-app purchases, and movie and TV show rentals so you can enjoy them on your brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro (or an older Mac, as long as it’s …

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Natural Cycles Birth Control Application: Does It Work?

There’s an app for just about everything these days, so it’s no surprise to learn that there is an app for birth control: Natural Cycles. What is perhaps more surprising, however, is that Natural Cycles was the first app-based birth control. erased by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According …

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How to cancel an App Store subscription on iOS 15 or iPadOS 15

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and can earn commission as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. If you’re suffering from subscription fatigue, don’t worry – it’s easy to cancel your unwanted app subscriptions right from your iPhone …

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Ransomware protection – how to prevent infection on your computers

By P Rengai / Tech Pacific In a workplace, school or home computer network setup, approximately 80% of the care provided to the computer network is employees and 20% is external. In other words, users of your computer network are more likely to infect your computers with ransomware, worms, bots, …

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The Points Guy Launches App To Help You Track Your Credit Card Rewards

The Select editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. When you ask a credit card enthusiast how they keep track of their points and miles, …

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Apple is expanding proprietary app reviews to Camera, Messages, Photos, and more.

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and can earn commission as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. A month after enabling user reviews for proprietary apps, Apple this week extended the feature to allow reviews for its Camera, …

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Google to cut App Store fees for developers to 15%

Google said it plans to cut the reduction in subscription apps in its Play Store for devices running its Android software, in the latest concession to regulatory pressure contesting whether the company has overcharged developers. In a blog post on Thursday, Google said it would cut its commissions on app …

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Apple rejects horoscope app ‘WTFuture’ for being a form of spam

According to a now deleted Tweeter from application developer Night Cat Productions (@nightcatprod), Apple rejected the horoscope app they worked on for a year, WTFuture, admission to the App Store twice to be “spam” (via Reddit). The second time they submitted WTFuture for App Review, Apple rejected the app, citing …

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Apple rejects developer’s horoscope app, says app store has had enough

Source: Joe Keller / iMore Apple rejected a horoscope app from a developer because it claims the App Store simply has too many of them. Developer Night Cat Productions took to twitter recently declaring: I have bad news. Apparently there are too many horoscope apps on the App Store, so …

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This application allows you to prioritize notifications from your smartphone

No matter how hard you try, notifications on your smartphone always end up becoming a distraction. Some of these notifications are important, but others are not. Spam messages and inadvertent app notifications have become a part of our digital life. How can a smartphone user bypass it? STFO is a …

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App Store Optimization – Avoid App Store Rejection

Dave Bell, co-founder and CEO of Gummicube, offers a step-by-step guide to things to consider to prevent your app from being rejected by the App Store. Submitting an app to the iOS App Store can sometimes be a lengthy process, fraught with rejection. Apple’s App Store review guidelines describe many …

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Yik Yak, the anonymous messaging app, returns : NPR

A new version of the Yik Yak app is currently only available on the Apple App Store in the United States. Here is a March 2014 photo illustration of the app in the Google Play Store. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images …

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Apple and Google prepare to fight new App Store bill

Blackburn said “Apple and Google want to prevent developers and consumers from using third-party app stores that would threaten their bottom line,” while Blumenthal said the two companies “have crushed their competitors and kept consumers in the dark.” black – pocketing heavy windfalls while acting as supposedly benevolent guardians of …

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Apple and Google seem scared of bill requiring more app stores and secondary uploads

Getty Images | NurPhoto Apple and Google appear to be concerned about legislation that would force iOS and Android to be more open to third-party app stores and side-downloaded apps. US Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) And Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) Presented their Open App Markets Act yesterday. Shortly …

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How to use the DuckDuckGo email protection app

It is well known that filling out a form with your email address – for example, to get a discount on a product, receive a newsletter, or get the results of a quiz – means that you are going to receive an email from that supplier. , and possibly a …

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Apple promotes scam ASMR slime apps for $ 676 per year on the app store

Source: Joe Keller / iMore App Store users in Australia are furious at Apple’s decision to promote scam ASMR slime apps on its App Store preview page, including apps that seemingly do nothing and trick users to subscribe to large weekly subscriptions. As Beau Nouvelle noted on Twitter, Apple is …

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Get lifetime VPN protection and an anonymous phone line for just $ 30

With how connected everything is now, it’s easier than ever for organizations to access or spy on your data. Maintain your defenses with the Lifetime Mobile Privacy and Security subscription package, on sale for $ 30. Containing life subscriptions at Hushed Private Phone Line and Keeppsolid VPN Unlimited, this set …

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Teltech Launches New Privacy-Focused Second Phone Number App SwitchUp

NEW YORK, July 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Teltech Systems, Creators of Award-Winning Auto Call Blocker Application RoboKiller, today announced the latest addition to its portfolio, Tilting. SwitchUp allows users to seamlessly manage multiple phone numbers from a single device, making it easy to switch between personal and business …

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GETTR app struggles exemplify dilemma Team Trump faces

GETTR, the new social media platform launched by allies of former President Donald Trump, faces challenges with content moderation, illustrating the hurdles facing conservatives hungry for alternatives to Big Tech sites. The platform is touted as promoting free speech, but faced data breaches and pornographic spam in its early days, …

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The Verizon Call Filter app now lets you block similar numbers to yours and more

Smartphones are now an integral part of our daily lives. However, no one likes to receive spam calls and messages every now and then. This is where features like filters for spam and mystery calls come in. There are several apps like Google Phone with such handy features. Popular network …

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Apple’s new app store guidelines aim to tackle fraud and scams – TechCrunch

Apple is releasing a new version of its App Store Review Guidelines today, its lengthy document that dictates the rules apps must follow to be published on its App Store. Among the most notable changes being rolled out today, several sections will see Apple take a stronger stance on developer …

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Why a mediocre keyboard app tops the App Store charts

Graphic: Techin Park, Andrew Liszewski (Gizmodo) It’s hard to say what will go viral online at any given time. Carp? Sure. Andrew Cuomo’s nipples? It happened. The latest darling of the internet’s eye is less fishy and less … meaty than the two above, but no less bizarre: a substandard …

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This “robokiller” app answers spam calls for you and speaks clearly to marketers

MarketWatch has highlighted these products and services because we believe readers will find them useful. We may earn a commission if you purchase products through our links, but our recommendations are independent of any compensation we may receive. Americans have billions of marketing and spam calls a year, and the …

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How to Avoid App Store Scams

“The good thing is that unless we talk about a brand new app without reviews, scams will inevitably rack up a lot of bad reviews, especially those that literally accuse the app of being a scam,” Eleftheriou said. . “And while crooks may try to drown these reviews with fake …

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The App Store prevented $ 1.5 billion in fraud last year and removed 150,000 spam apps

Source: Joe Keller / iMore New figures released by Apple today indicate that its App Store has avoided nearly $ 1.5 billion in potentially fraudulent transactions, while rejecting nearly 2 million App Store submissions and terminating 470,000 accounts. developers. Apple’s app review team helped launch apps for 180,000 new developers, …

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Google Finally Solves Android Spam Apps Problem – Here’s How

With over 2.5 million downloads to choose from from Google Play, Android’s official app store, it might not be surprising that developers are doing everything they can to stay ahead of the competition. But as anyone browsing the store knows, the result isn’t a particularly pleasant experience with all caps, …

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Fake reviews and rating manipulation continue to plague App Store rankings

With such a focus on the App Store right now, Apple’s main argument is that its App Store review policies provide safety and security for users. However, unscrupulous apps continue to slip through the cracks and garner millions of Apple customers before they are caught. One of the main drivers …

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