5 Myths About Mobile Apps And What Makes Them So Untrue

Come 2020 and the mobile industry will grow to reach 189$ billion and with the time that the world is now spending on devices, going mobile is not really an option anymore. For a business to survive, it will have to tap the app market to its full advantage. The market has established itself as the symbol of a business growth and success.

Now even after making itself a requisite for bringing a brand to every fingertip, globally, there are some businesses that still doubt its worth falling to the myths that have been created over time. So let’s talk about the elephant in the room once and for all. Here are five myths surrounding the mobile app market and how to steer clear of them for the sake of your business growth.

Myth 1

Users are not installing apps anymore

There have been talks that because of the low mobile space or simply a lack of newness, users are not installing apps anymore.

Truth

In 2016, the number of app downloads globally crossed 90 billion all across Google Play and iOS. The stats presents a 15 percent annual growth, which makes up to a yearly increase of more than 13 billion. In U.S. alone people installed 12 billion apps previous year, which was roughly six per month, according to the App Annie data. And it is only back of this data, that the world is seeing a rise in successful app development companies, worldwide.

So businesses that fall for this myth will only lose in to the competitors and will taint their brand.

Myth 2

App store is only for Big Players

Some think that only big publishers like Facebook, Rovio, and Whatsapp can survive in the concentrated app market, small players don’t hold a chance.

Truth

A quick glance of any of the app store will show you how there are so many new entrants in all the fields – from banking to games and fitness to AR. Who had heard about Pokemon Go prior to the last year? Or the Super Mario app? Nobody. But we all witnessed how they changed how we interacted with our devices to an altogether different level.

Truth is, as long as your app is offering something new to the world or is answering to an untapped market, it will be in demand.

Myth 3

The more your app is downloaded the more successful it is

It is believed by many that what makes and app successful is the number of downloads or installs it has.

Truth

While it is true that there was a time when the success of an app was measured by the number of downloads it got but today the focus has shifted 180 degrees from the number of downloaders to the percent of engagement happening on the app.

Today what matters is your retention rate, bounce rate, and how satisfied your users are with the service they are getting.

Myth 4

Apps will be replaced by Bots

Every second report around the world is suggesting how chat bots are the next big thing in mobile.

Truth

While it is true that chat bots are the next big upcoming thing in the mobile world but it is definitely not something that would replace apps on users’ devices. Chat bots will only come in the interaction process, everything before that – keeping users engaged, the visual experience, and all the factors that keep a user hooked will be handled by apps, alone.

Myth 5

Having an app is a want not a need

People belonging to old school of thought believe that having an app is not a need, a business can grow perfectly even without it.

Truth

This myth couldn’t be farther away from the truth. For a business to grow to its highest capability, in today’s competitive market, it will have to reach its users, wherever they are. And mobile is the one market that is same, globally.

So the second a business gets on mobile, it opens its horizon to cover more market space and meet a greater customer base.

With the market getting mature every passing second, businesses of all sorts can get the perks of a carefully-designed app. Nevertheless, by paying attention to these misconceptions, many of us are letting go of the opportunity to bring themselves at world’s fingertips. Equipped with these truths, any business — from entertainment to logistics – can be prepared for a very long-term growth.

Author Bio: Currently writing for ChromeInfotech, India’s leading iPhone App Development Company, Tripti has written on relationships, career, and real estate in her past. But now she is focusing on decoding the mobile world with Ed Sheeran playing on a record in the background.

Benefits of Using Intranet Software To Build Knowledge Base

Companies with a large number of employees need to find an easier way of communicating, collaborating and sharing information. The best way to do this would be by using a knowledge base. Managing everything through this software would make the workflow quicker and better.

But how do you build a knowledge base? Well, a secure – and a highly beneficial – way of doing it would be by using intranet software. This is a private and safe website that enables communication, productivity tools, and many more things for your employees to use. This way, only your employees would have access to it and it helps ensure security. Also, the software is hosted online, and maintained as such.

It is obvious that intranet software has a plus side, and could benefit your company. Having said that, here are a few advantages of using it to create a knowledge base.

Access everything via the internet

With a SaaS knowledge base software all the information you have will be stored online. Whether it is a financial report, employee information, FAQ page or any other content, it can all exist in the online format; there will be no need to have physical copies, which only require extra storage, and work.

Moreover, the SaaS provider will be the one maintaining the software, including the performance quality, access or functionality. There is no need for any hardware or additional software when everything you need exists in one place. More importantly, the only ones who could get to your valuable documents are the persons granted the access, no one else. This fact makes a great case for using this type of knowledge management, because there is no risk of having your information leaked or misused.

Another benefit is the ability to access the cloud via any device, and from any place or any time. It is a great tool for remote workers, those who are traveling or need to get something while they are not in the office.

You can separate corporate and customer services

Knowledge base can be used for providing customer service with manuals, user guides, as a replacement for a call center or as an online FAQ software. It is a rather convenient tool with which you can share these documents on your website, all with the aim of helping your clients. However, knowledge base can be used as a corporate tool, as well – a tool that would be used only by the employees, not outsiders.

This option provides privacy, even within the company. For instance, you can have several knowledge bases. One would be for the clients, another for the employees, and one more for superiors or for separating different projects. Certainly, having two separate bases would be the best, as you avoid various risks, like the theft of confidential documents.

Easier co-working, and learning

As previously mentioned, online storage of documents enables simplified co-working, and cooperation among workers. With the ability to upload single files or whole folders to the cloud, they create a chance to edit, read or comment on them while online. No longer will the workers need to download and then upload again. Moreover, this can be done from anywhere and whenever.

Furthermore, if only a specific number of people are working on one project, that single group can upload the project online, and work on it directly on the cloud. What they are offered is flexibility, which is much needed in any line of work.

Another thing that benefits from intranet knowledge base is your company’s learning program. For example, if you hire a new batch of employees, or need to teach the old ones something new, you will need to organize a training program. This, of course, requires tons of work. Additionally, it could require extra tasks to be done by some people, or even require you to hire new ones. The point is that a lot of new, unnecessary expenses could arise, as well as too much work for your already busy employees.

In order to avoid this, create a training program that you would upload online. From there, each employee could access it, learn and participate whenever they have time for it. A knowledge base learning center provides a way for speedy knowledge acquirement, sharing of that same knowledge, as well as some other benefits. For instance, things like participating in discussions or answering questions.

Lastly, with this online working space, there would be no more repeated tasks, same questions asked over and over again, because with the easy search option any information can be found and retrieved quickly. This increases productivity, as it is highly efficient, and it also saves your workers’ time.

In summary, there are a lot of benefits coming from creating a knowledge base with intranet software. Not only will you have everything in one common place, shareable within the company, but the efficiency and quality of the work would be much better. More importantly, everything on this cloud is kept private and secure, which is important for any business. Therefore, it is time to start using this, and make your company a superior one.

Author Bio:- Robin is a Technical Support Executive with a combined experience of 6 years. He is well acquainted with various Knowledge base tools and is currently associated with ProProfs. In his free time, Robin enjoys reading and traveling.

10 Tools You Must Explore For Android App Development

We field tested these tools and believe that they will bring you appreciable, time-saving results and offer real value.

If you are keen to take your mobile app development company to the next level, then it is critical to start building a library of tools with your developers to help streamline the development process. But, mobile tools should be simple to use and add value to the development process. So, if you find that a favored tool does not deliver consistently good results, then it is time to consider other options.

To help you consider your options, we put together a list of the top 10 tools (both free and paid) for Android app development that every mobile app development company needs to know about. We field tested these tools and believe that they will bring you appreciable, time-saving results and offer real value.

GenyMotion

If there is one thing that most Android app development companies can agree on, it is that the official Google emulator is somewhat painful to use. This is where GenyMotion proves useful.

Geny

It is a fast booting emulator with seamless integration with the two most popular development platforms, namely Android Studio and Eclipse. Testing your app has never been simpler

MobiCart

iPhone app development companies have their hands tied when developing sales apps through their platform. We are lucky that Android development is not tied up in the same Apple-related issues. If you have a client who wants to integrate PayPal into their app, MobiCart offers simple-to-use shopping cart integration for Android.

Material Design Icons

As one of the simplest tools for any mobile app service, Material Designs is a useful tool that does exactly what it says on the box: It helps you create your material design icons quickly and simply. It is a multi-platform tool and so it can be useful to iPhone app service providers as well.

Android Debug Database

If you are tired of running your Android app services over and over again to try to find that one glitch, then this is the tool for you. It is incredibly simple and allows you to collate and view your databases and shared preferences right in your browser.

SwebApps

Another tool that is as useful for tracking iOS app services as it is for Android apps, SwebApps allows you to create your app online and then update the content in real time. This is a paid tool and so there is a one-time development fee alongside hosting costs. But, the native tracking abilities are well worth exploring.

LeakCanary

Concerned about memory leaks in your app? Considering hiring a mobile app developer just as a Beta tester? LeakCanary steps into the breach. This nifty tool detects issues in both Java and Android.

Android asset studio

This tool may well prove to be the last asset tool you will ever need as it offers a plethora of options. It can assist you with icon generation, internal app styling, and more, making development simpler, easier, and more satisfying.

UserTesting

UserTesting offers you real-time video feedback from a team of testers assembled by the app. As a Beta testing tool, it performs remarkably well and offers a host of detailed metrics to assist you in the final improvement of your product.

UserTesting

App Annie

If you are not a fan of detailed math, but still want to access all the juicy data hidden in your app’s store metrics, then App Annie is the right Android app tool for you.

You will receive analytics of your app’s performance and downloads alongside the store data. It can also cater to international app stores.

Apptimize

Apptimize offers A/B testing for both Android and iOS, allowing you to securely test your ideas before a public launch. It also offers full Android libraries to ensure a seamless user experience and reports user behavior in real time.

There is no longer a need to hire iPhone app developers just to migrate apps to a safer platform. Android is getting better in leaps and bounds and, with the help of these nifty tools, your custom mobile app development goals have never been easier to meet.

Have you found a particularly useful Android app tool that did not make the list? Why not share it with us below!

Bio:

Shishir is the founder of ChromeInfotech., a well-known name in the Indian mobile app development and designing industry. With years of experience in the domain, he has now acquainted himself with all the nitty-gritties of what goes into making an awesome app in the least possible time.

Stealing data via a desktop telephone?

Data protection is a hot topic. In many countries worldwide new data protection laws are implemented. These laws are created to ensure that personal data as stored and processed by companies and organizations will be protected against theft and modification.

A well-known example is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as approved by the EU last year, which will become active in 2018. It will become law in all member countries. It is not a directive which can have different interpretations and timelines per country but will be the same law in all member states.

Data protection regulation is relevant when data can identify or provide information about a specific person. Personal data can be anything. Names, addresses, etc. of course. But also photos, financial documents or medical data. And – taking the European laws as an example – not just for the data owner, but also for third parties processing the data (e.g. cloud service providers) on his behalf. It also means that most regulation crosses international borders. The EU regulation applies to all companies who process personal data of European citizens.

What does data protection regulation cover? Typically, companies need to have a proper administration of which data are stored where (including local spreadsheets with customer data). They also should make it possible for customers to have their data erased and the design of their systems should guarantee data protection (called ‘privacy by design’). Finally, they have to inform the regulator and public about data breaches that occurred and penalties are increased to the level which can mean a serious financial risk for a company.

However, it is not just about your data infrastructure

Of course, everything is data nowadays. Also, voice telephony is a data service, and that is specifically the case for VoIP infrastructures and services as deployed in many companies and organizations. We noticed however that the key focus of many data protection projects is on traditional ICT infrastructures. VoIP is often a blind spot.

While…it is also about voice communications

Ignoring VoIP could mean a serious mistake, however. Let’s have a look for example at a medical institute. Patients definitely don’t like the idea that their information becomes public. Nevertheless, the phone can provide easy access to these data. First of all, a modern desktop telephone provides access to the complete contact list of the user of that extension. A customer list, or – in the medical institute – the list of patients for example. This is just a beginning. The desktop phone also gives direct access to the voicemail system, which may disclose some very sensitive information. For example, if one medical specialist shares his diagnosis with a colleague. The biggest risk is however that office phones are the perfect social engineering tool. If someone has unauthorized access to a business telephone, just his caller ID makes him a trusted person to other employees of the organization as well as staff from other organizations. This trusted personal contact is the best way to acquire sensitive information and other personal data.

So, are your business telephones secured?

Most people think that advanced business desktop telephones can be secured by a PIN or something similar. Which is true. However, this security is often not used. The security mechanism most of the time means that employees have to enter a username (for example an email address) and PIN via the very basic keypad of their telephone, which is a very inconvenient procedure. So in many occasions, once logged in, people keep their phones logged in as long as possible. Or the login mechanism is disabled completely. There are examples of professional service managers actually giving such advice to their end-users.

The impact is that many office telephones provide open access to private and other sensitive data. Not at a level that millions of customer or patient records can be downloaded at once. But still, via the telephone, private documents and other information can be stolen from your organization right now. Therefore, protecting your office telephones may be an essential step in your companies data security plans.

Cloud Computing Trends To Watch Out In 2017

Over the past decade, cloud computing has evolved to become a ubiquitous tool for developers and users alike. Businesses of all sizes have migrated to the cloud over the past few years, whether they choose to use private or public cloud solutions. But now that the cloud has become a widely accepted component of our daily computing lives, what is the next step? In 2017, you can expect to see cloud computing evolve and become increasingly efficient. Here are a few of the top trends to watch for this year.

Greater enterprise migration

Forrester research envisions that the biggest trend this upcoming year is an increase in enterprises. Boosts to security and an array of benefits for businesses means that the cloud is prepared for enterprises. Enterprises have larger budgets, complex applications, and correspondingly complex needs. While in the past cloud platforms were still growing in scope, this year they’re mature and secure enough to please even the most cautious enterprises.

Services on a regional level

Although more enterprises will be migrating to the cloud this year, they may not necessarily commit to one provider. Many users are opting to work with a variety of different providers in order to create a more personalized end solution. This means that there will be an increased demand for cloud services at the regional level, as well as the larger companies. The public cloud market is expected to grow at a rapid rate, including services from tech giants like Microsoft, Amazon, and Google. Yet at the same time, smaller providers will be there to fill in the coverage gaps to ensure all enterprises benefit from customized solutions.

Shift to containers

A major trend from 2016 was the use of containers to help manage software code for cloud apps. These Linux containers will be an integrated component of most public and private cloud platform throughout next year. This allows developers to manage their own micro-services, which is useful on many levels.

Integrated security

Cybersecurity is at the top of everyone’s wish list when it comes to any new application. Major telco cloud providers like Nokia Networks have vastly improved their ability to provide security at all levels, and smaller providers are following suit. Expect to see all cloud solutions offering built-in, fully integrated security features with a data-centric focus.  Security features must be built into each layer of cloud infrastructure to protect users from costly breaches.

Reduction in costs

Finally, along with the growth of ever more efficient, secure cloud services comes a drop in pricing. This will open up the cloud to nearly everyone. As it becomes more cost-effective to create cloud services and apps, consumers and enterprises alike will reap the benefits. Because there’s a blend of both big-name public cloud service providers and smaller niche providers, you can mix and match these offerings and scale them up or down as needed. Cloud costs should be more readily contained in 2017, helping the industry to grow even further.

The Future of Home Broadband Speed

Broadband technology has certainly come a long way. No one uses dial-up anymore. If anyone wants to connect to the Internet its through one of the many broadband technologies available to people. Compared to the old dial-up technology, broadband is faster and more secure. But people aren’t just contented with this. A lot of innovations are coming in the future and each one promises more speed, wider coverage, and a more secure way of connecting.

A good example of the innovations for the future concerns DSL, one of the most commonly used broadband connection at homes. A new technology is being developed overseas with the capability to increase DSL speeds dramatically – up to 30 times that of its current speed or more. The new DSL protocol, called “G.fast”, can be applied on existing DSL networks and improve its speed without the need to change existing cables. This means that if successfully developed, it can be deployed fast to anywhere that has an existing DSL network making it cheap.

DSL isn’t the only one getting an upgrade with speed using G.fast. Mobile company, Nokia is currently testing out its XG.fast technology, derived from the G.fast technology they developed. They rolled out XG.fast in the UK last year. Nokia hopes that they can get as much as ten million households subscribed if their technology proves successful.

Speaking of mobile broadband, 5G technology, the next standard for mobile and wireless networks is predicted to be fully deployed in 2020, according to The Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance and Broadband Commission, offering faster mobile Internet, wider coverage, and more stable connection. Right now, a few companies like Samsung and Google have already been developing 5G technology while Qualcomm had presented the Snapdragon X50, the first 5G modem in October last year.

Fiber Optic technology, too, is getting possible innovations. In 2014 there’s a report about a new fiber technology that could let users experience speeds up to 21 times faster than the current home fiber-broadband speeds, that have reached around 30 Mbps (not bad a for a typical home connection). This so called “multicore fiber optics” is described as “turning a one way road into a seven-lane highway”. This is because ordinary fiber today has only one core. As the name implies, multi-core fibers have multiple cores, enabling much more data to be sent through. Though this technology hasn’t been made commercial yet, according to the Journal of Lightwave Technology in its 34th volume, published in January of last year, it is already “expected as a good candidate for overcoming the capacity limit of a current optical communication system”.

Another innovation currently in development concerning fiber speed is coded modulation. In a technique similar to how wireless devices sort out signals, scientists at the University College London have created a special device made to catch different light pulses sent in different wavelengths through the optical fiber. It creates a so-called “super channel”, enabling data to be sent at speeds of around 1.125Tbps.

Finally another possible improvement in fiber concerns how much the light pulses need to be renewed as they travels through a medium before they deteriorate to keep the signal reliable. In fiber broadband this is done every 60 miles. In 2015 however researchers were able to find a way to increase the accuracy of data being sent via a frequency comb which uses signals that are precise and spaced evenly to encode information before it is transmitted, enabling them to transmit data over farther distances without the need for data to be regenerated. This would also increase the capacity of sent data and is said it might make be less expensive compared to other networks as the need to renew the light signals is reduced.

Though these improvements look exciting, we may need to wait a bit more time to see them commercially available. Bring on 2017.

Why App Reviews Are Essential to Designers

You’ve finally launched your app, and you’re waiting for the five-star reviews to start loading. Why wouldn’t everyone else love your app as much as you do? And with app use on the rise, it makes sense to jump into this market. The only issue- it’s a saturated market.

Both Google and Apple applications have just over 2 million available apps each. So, how can you gain more visibility from your app? One way is through the reviews and ratings you receive. And, despite what you may have seen or heard, the more–the better. In today’s market, consumers have a preference for individualized, real reviews over advertising. Of course, good reviews will make your app stand out even more. Nonetheless, we will explain why app reviews are essential to designers.

For discovery

Reviews and ratings are used as metadata for search. Depending on the types of news stories breaking in the tech world this week, ratings may even categorize your app in search results. When a customer types in a keyword such as “crossword puzzle,” you can imagine that all of the crossword puzzle games–with the most reviews–will start to populate the search engine results.

Moreover, you’ll see the ones with the best ratings on top. Search engines want to provide their users with the best experience–this means giving them the best products and services first.

App Reviews

For downloading

When you search for new apps, which ones do you download? Do you download the one with no reviews or the one with multiple reviews? When two apps are similar, most consumers will download the app with either the most reviews and/or the best reviews.

As those stars light up, so do your chances of getting more downloads. It gets your app noticed. If you have the same or a similar number of ratings as another app, then the average user will download the app with the better ratings.

How reviews affect your app ranking

As an app designer, you might read your reviews on a daily basis. It’s essential to being discovered, downloaded and purchased. Not to mention, reviews and ratings help you to show up for relevant key terms. As a result, apps with ratings lower than 3 stars had a much lower ranking that more highly-reviewed applications. Here is a breakdown of what affects your app ranking in both the Google and Apple app stores:

  • The quality of ratings and reviews
  • Number of uninstalls
  • Number of reviews
  • Number of downloads
  • How much your app is used
  • Landing page keyword density
  • App growth

Ratings by system

  1. Google–Reviews are local but star ratings affect average rating value, regardless of the location of the user. As a developer, you can reply to all reviews and they are visible to everyone in the Play Store. The only caveat is reviews will never expire, even those for an older version of your app.
  2. iOS–Reviews and ratings are version-specific. This means that when you publish an updated version of your app, most of the previous reviews disappear. Reviews are local. This means that reviews given by Japanese users are only visible to Japanese users, for instance. The rating is also local. To illustrate, the same app might be a 3.5/5 in the United States and 3.0/5 in Japan. You can’t reply to any of your reviews.
  3. Windows–You can reply to all reviews. Replies are also private and sent directly to the reviewer’s email address. The average rating is local and only visible to a specific country’s users. Reviews never expire.

App Reviews

Feedback helps to improve your work

Certainly, you wouldn’t publish an app unless you thought it was amazing. If only everyone else felt the same way. While you may have many fans, there will be critics. And, there’s nothing wrong with that.

Your app is supposed to appeal to your target audience. If it isn’t doing so, then you’ll find out quickly. This is especially true if users get specific such as reporting bugs or even having issues with a crashing app and a battery drain. These are important issues that you should fix if you find an overwhelming number of reviews discussing the same problems. Otherwise, you will continue to get bad reviews.

Then, there are the positive reviews. We’re not talking about the one your mom or dad wrote. These are good and real reviews showing you did something right, and you provided something your users actually want. It’s always nice to get positive feedback. Since user retention is so critical in the app world, you might encourage users to return by regularly adding exciting new features.

Final Thought

Even with the best intentions, we can sometimes fall short. On the other hand, we can knock our app out of the park. Regardless of how well your app is received, don’t be afraid of reviews and ratings. You need them for rankings and to help make the most of your work.

Google’s Fiber TV Mobile App Helps You Record Shows on Smartphones

In our day to day life, people are busy with their surroundings so they don’t have time to watch their favorite shows on televisions. TV watching has evolved the past decades. Even if we miss our favorite shows we can watch it using the internet and mobile phones.
For such people, Google has brought an interesting app known as a Fiber TV Mobile app that lets you record shows on Smartphones. Google has recently updated Fiber TV app that includes, users can watch live TV channels whenever you need.

All these can be done by just downloading the app, log in, and by using the search options. The app can be combined using DVR and it also recommends all possible recordings to DVR so it can be recorded automatically.

Fiber TV

Fiber TV is an application where you can watch your favorite channels and programs with a high definition picture quality. Here the connection is done with the help of fiber optic cables which is responsible for giving high-quality pictures.

Through Digital Video recording we can record up to 8 programs at a time and 500 hours of storage just in a single click. It gives an option for small search and on-demand service is available for the user to watch the shows.

The main issue we undergo in television is the timing problem. Sometimes people miss watching the shows which are very much important to them due to their personal work. For all these reasons Google has brought an application known as Google Fiber TV which makes it easier to watch your favorite shows.

Cast Technology

A technology where you can amplify and intensify the application in Fiber TV is the casting technology. This technology allows the user to get notifications about the latest episodes of your favorite shows and we can even check for re-telecast contents.

Live videos can be recorded using Digital Video Processing. All the recordings can be saved in the DVR queue which can be watched later without any issue.

In addition to this, the app gives enhanced features like they don’t even need to connect the device to television, which is an extra work for them to make the app work.

The laptops or smartphones have been connected to Wi-Fi so there is no extra fitting required and the Google box is built into TV boxes.

Webpass

Webpass is an Internet Service Provider that provides the internet to the customers in urban areas for about $ 55 a month to $ 500 per year. This type of internet is fast, simple, and it can be connected using an Ethernet network. Here there are dedicated persons who are excellent at problem-solving and commitment to simplicity.

It has reached a long goal in providing the customers a real satisfaction. This technology has reached worldwide and now the business emerges in San Francisco and soon it will be launched in San Diego, Chicago, and Boston.

Webpass provide their services to thousands of residents and business customers. It allows the users to surf the internet quickly without using any modems, gimmicks, and contracts. Hence customers can enjoy the benefits of online surfing.

The firm provides business connections ranging from 10 to 1000Mbps and for residential customers of about 100Mbps to Gbps. Webpass agree to work with property owners and managers in buildings to do their process to connect residents to Gigabit Internet.

Webpass even help to expand coverage as it remains focused on employing high speed internet connections to all the internet users. It allows webpass to grow faster and reach a huge growth in their revenue.

Fiber TV Mobile app

Fiber TV app allows the user to watch live videos of their favorite TV shows, movies, and sports as well as they can control the TV through smartphones.

Now Google has updated this app for iOS and Android mobiles with a number of features like it has enlarged the machine learning system to Google Fiber TV. This, in turn, brings the easy view to the contents and personalized recommendations to users.

Features of Fiber TV App

Watch Your Favorite Shows

With the updated Fiber app the subscribers can now watch their accumulated contents of their favorite shows. Here the home page

Sports Section

This section gives the users of all available games with the advancement like they can know the live scores and record the contents easily using this app.

Recording Section

The new recording option allows the user to record all the videos using a single tap. The app also gives the indication not to miss your favorite shows.

Personalized Settings

This app gives more personalized options for live TV shows. Even if the user forgets their favorite shows the app gives notification about it so that user can make a note of it.

This app is available for free download from Google Play Store and in the iPhone app store. Android version needs a device running on Android 4.1 or more.

In iOS phones, it needs a storage of 74.7MB which supports languages like English, Tamil, Hindi, Thai, Korean and much more. It supports smartphones with the iOS version of 8.0 and much more. This special updated version is expected to come soon.

Internet Speed

Google’s fiber TV affords 1000Mbps speed for uploads and downloads which are fast as the broadband internet connection. So there is an added advantage that the user need not wait for the channel to buffer.
Even if the video is a high quality one it does not affect the subscriber in their enjoyment.

Cost Effective

This particular device is cost effective and the subscription costs $ 120 and the installation charges $ 300 for a month. However, a survey shows that the use of Fiber Television users crossed across 68k. This has increased 66.6 percent from last year, which shows huge revenue in Fiber TV.

Issues Can Be Fixed Instantly

Unlike other applications, Fiber TV undergoes fewer issues and other technical problems. This isn’t a big issue because the person working there has deep knowledge in their core. They can fix it within a second.
Another important factor is the customers need not wait for a call for a long time for more than 5 minutes. Being perfect is not a big issue, but how much error we get through we must know to get through it.

Conclusion

Television plays a huge role for entertainment as well as for obtaining knowledge. Working people who are busy for the whole day can rest in peace at night by watching television.

In this fast moving technology, television has been improvising with still more features and one such television is the Google’s Fiber TV mobile app. It has long goals to reach still and can compete with other applications for internet service providers. People can worth make use of this technology if they live in an area of Fiber TV mobile app. slower internet connections can be overcome by using this app. Fiber TV has possessed an ever dedicated idea than any other devices could do. There is no other alternative to such similar ultra-fast speed television app for the same at a dedicated price.

Author Bio:

Andrew Shah is a digital marketing manager at Zoplay, a leading PHP script development company that offers valuable services to clients. As a professional, he is interested in developing new mobile apps with Zoplay scripts that will benefit both customers and business owners.

How To Encrypt Emails For Enhanced Security

Emails nowadays are a very common method of conveying messages. More importantly, when we try to have a private conversation and exchanging important files and information we try to use the method of email. But what about the security of this method?
As we think that the emails are a more secure form of a conversation between two or more parties but this might not be the case. The Invisible Web, Dark Internet, and Deep Web refer to the dark minds and criminals that are all over the internet, waiting to steal your information and corrupt your device.

This threat was always there but in the recent times, the scamming and criminal activities on the internet are more taken place through the emails. Therefore as a research, the user of email have more threat of stealing or corrupting the information than anyone else or any other method.

Who is the average email user?

According to the research the average internet and email users have not very much to worry about as they have not much to be stolen from. On the other hand, they can make their system more secure by using the regular internet protection system such as firewall, malware, hotspot etc.
Little efforts must be taken by the regular internet users to protect themselves from a major loss. But the scammers and hackers are indirectly affecting the regular users by targeting the Online shopping sites, Banks, online transaction etc. so that they can get valuable information as well as a monetary benefit which can involve your money or money related information.

What can be done to protect emails?

As a user, you cannot do much if the entire system is hacked but you can contribute a lot to your own safety and the safety of your emails and computers. Some of the security measures are listed as below;

1. Don’t open any unfamiliar email or link or attachment which you’re not sure of such as:

• Lottery offer
• Claim a winning price
• Get a free vacation
• Offers from any king from African country etc.

2. Don’t open and go after an endless link because it can have a potential virus. This email can be sound or seen familiar such as one from your contact, family or friend. Any social media pop up or any video or meme which is sent in an email and it is unnecessary to open must be avoided.

3. If you use your office files and documents from your own PC or laptop or use bank related work through it, invest a little on the security software which might charge a little but saves a lot of your information.

4. Try not to expose your security by using any free or public internet. A free or public internet is an open web which makes sure the person falls in.

5. If you are using any local internet services make sure to use a reliable one. Especially in case you are working on the international business and your internet connection is local, there are more chances of a security breach as the rules and laws do not apply to the local internet service provider.

How email encryption is beneficial for you?

The encryption is a method of converting the actual or original message having the regular text and changing into the encoded one. The format of the text is changed from the language such as English into the algorithm which is a type of formula.

Now, when the message is encrypted, it is least chances of the text to be converted to the actual text other than the person who has the authority or permission to decrypt. Decryption is a process of translating the encrypted code into the actual text. Therefore the information sent and received will remain in the safe hands and the scammers and hackers cannot do anything about it.

There are certain laws and rules applied to the delivery and receiving of mails of U.S. Postal Services and in case someone breaches it the law applies to him or her. But there are no rules and laws applied on the emails and that is why email scamming is very common these days.

Similarly, the emails are more vulnerable. Even in the cloud, when the senders send the email and the receiver has not opened it; the email sits on the cloud and waits to be opened. The changes or polluting can be done there as well.

A study shows that the emails are more likely to be attacked due to three major reasons:

1. Almost 20 to 25 percent of emails have attachments and these are about 98 percent of the email traffic volume.

2. The most importantly the users and employers think that the hard drive can be damaged or the data can be lost but the emails are safer. Therefore the emails mostly contain important stuff, especially the attached files.

3. The email attachments contain the 75% of the intellectual property of the organization.

How to secure emails?

On the other hand, there are some measures which must be applied in long term to avoid the hacking and encryption of the emails.
The emails can be secured to some extent by applying the following tips:

1. Use Virtual Private Network (VPN):
Avoid taking local internet; instead use VPN if the business is small. This will help the company move their data without the threat of hackers.

2. Use Outlook:
Outlook helps you defend your system from the unknown emails and attachment by doing simple setting you can stop seeing the emails of the unknown sender and unsafe attachments.

3. Encryption Software:
Some encryption software is available on the internet and it will help you secure the most important information and emails.

4. Use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS):
The Microsoft Trust Center helps you secure your emails, links, and information more by applying simple tips and tricks.

This post was submitted by Muhammad Shoaib of Top10BestPro.

Most Popular Electric Bikes in Europe in 2017

2017 has been quite an exciting year for electric bikes. Be it the open country roads or the challenging mountain roads or even the crowded city roads, electric bikes give you added power to make your ride’s a lot more fun! Battery strength and range are some of the important characteristics to be considered for choosing an e-bike. Electric bikes can be chosen based on the purpose of use and also the terrain!

Here are some of the most popular electric bikes in Europe in 2017. These include the best-designed bikes, lightest bikes and so much more.

1. Raleigh Motus Hub Low Step

Electric bikes 2017

Talking about the most popular electric bikes in Europe, we land on to the Raleigh Motus Hub Lowstep, a machine which has proved its worth amongst the users. The one aspect that makes it famous is the use of Bosch batteries which can work well up to 110 miles in Eco mode. It also comes with a Turbo mode and you can switch between the two modes very easily. Some of the accessories that make the bike a popular one include a separate luggage rack along with lights and mudguards. Besides, the Walk button is especially helpful when you are merely pushing the bike along.

2. Specialized Turbo Levo HT

Specialized turbo levo ht
Up next is an exciting new product from Evans Cycles, a brand well known in the mountain bike industry but has ventured into electric bikes pretty recently. This particular product is a combination of mountain bikes and electric bikes to form one of the best electric mountain bikes. The whole frame gives a pretty sturdy appearance with the battery and motor well fitted within the frame. The batteries are rechargeable and can last for about 3-4 hours.

3. Coyote Commute Folding Electric Bike

JetStream Folded 1 The reason why this bike fits into the list of the most popular electric bikes is because of its foldable design. Yes, you heard that right! The sturdy and agile bike can be folded in order to carry it around on trains or cars or even to save storage space at home. Apart from that, the another exciting aspect of the electric bike is the battery which is made from cells from Panasonic which promises a range of about 30 miles or more!

4. Elby Bike

Elby bike How would you like a bike that can be shared among different people starting from heights of 5 feet to 6’ 5”? It does really sound like a great idea! The idea has been brought to fruition in the form of this Elby Bike- the one bike for the entire household! It might not be the classiest looking electric bike but proves to be a very effective machine for running errands. It comes with a Super Nova lighting system and a rear carrier.

5. Woosh Krieger

Woosh Krieger
The next product that fits into our list is a power packed performer from the house of Woosh. This is why it paves the way for power cycling that can be managed even without working on the pedal. The fact that it can move up smoothly along most decently steep hills is a testimony to the power of this machine. Its range extends to about 70 miles which are pretty impressive as compared to its competitors. In spite of the electric bike being a heavy device, you can manage it without any assisted power.

6. Faraday Porteur

Faraday Porteur
This particular electric bike is popular merely because it is the most stylishly designed electric bike in 2017! The designing can be described with two words: sleek and streamlined. It is rather inexpensive and proves to be a great choice for the enthusiasts. Once you are on the bike, you can ride it very easily without the electrical assist. The bike does not only look smooth but gives you some of the smoothest riding experiences as well! Very different from a conventional e-bike, it proves to be an instant hit!

7. Volt Kensington

Volt Kensington
This electric bike comes from the house of UK-based cycle brand Volt and looks a real stunner! It comes with a number of advantages. For instance, it has five levels of power, all thanks to the Panasonic battery! With accessories like mudguards, lights, and a conventional storage rack, it can work well up to 60 miles on a single charge of the battery.

8. Italjet Ascot

Italjet Ascot
If vintage bikes are your forte, then the Italjet Ascot is your best friend in 2017! With a retro look, the bike defines a class in every possible way! The leather handlebar tape is a testament to the class that this bike possesses. The brown bubble tires are complemented by the classic old gold chain and a perfectly designed leather saddle. Running on the battery, the bike can manage up to 15 miles per hour. Any performance beyond that has to be the work of your legs.

9. Gocycle G3

GoCycle G3
The Gocycle G3 is one of the most intelligently designed electric bikes and that is what makes it a popular choice among riders. The precision makes it an attractive buy. For instance, the handlebars come with special daytime lights to help the machine stand out. The whole frame is made from magnesium that keeps the weight of the bike in check to only a little above 16 kg. Talking about storage, the wheels can be detached for best results. Also, it works for a range of 50 miles!

10. Infineum Extreme

Infineum Extreme
This is another interesting addition to the list of the most popular electric bikes. This product runs on a battery that can give around 25-30 miles per cell. The best part is that there is a separate system to store some extra batteries on the rear wheel whenever required. The speed and battery strength is clearly shown on the backlit display on the handlebar. The presence of the throttle gives you the chance to ride without actually pedaling. On the whole, it gives you a decent ride at affordable prices!

Author Bio: Thamina Jannat is a tech journalist and blogger on ProTechSourced.com – At ProTechSourced we provide you with all the latest information on technology related stories, products and much more .