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The thing we like most about our smartphones is the very factor that causes some to claim they are the devil's work. We can, and do, use them to do practically anything and everything. Whether you want to check your bank balance, listen to your favorite music, meet the love of your life or book a table at a restaurant to take said love on that first date, you will immediately turn to your trusty smartphone to do it.


We've all seen the headlines in the media, and the dire warnings that we are becoming addicted to our phones, but that doesn't alter the fact that there are more apps allowing us to do more things appearing in the app stores every day, and our reliance on mobile tech is only increasing.


The rise of the trading apps


Forex trading apps are a case in point. In a world where traditional investments are no longer enough to guarantee a comfortable financial future, currency trading is gaining attention among amateur investors. After all, there are plenty of successful Forex traders in the world, and the advent of trading apps that we can access day and night from literally anywhere means that trading is no longer something for the wall street specialists.


This is an age of choice, and opportunity, and the online world allows you to do what you want when you want, 24 hours a day and seven days a week. That freedom comes at a potential price, though, and if you are looking to join the growing ranks of online traders, follow some basic rules to prevent the dream from turning into a nightmare world of addiction and financial disaster.


Trade like a pro


Installing a trading app is easy, and costs nothing. Using it to make money is another matter. Amateur traders can get caught up in the hype of being a trader and can fully believe that they are "trading like a pro" as they open up the app while chatting to a friend over a beer to coolly complete a little trade.


Of course, in that circumstance, you are doing the absolute opposite to what a professional is likely to do. What serious Forex trader is going to be in the right frame of mind to do their work while socializing with a friend and drinking beer, with the Patriots game blaring away in the background?


Trading like a pro means getting into the right mindset, running through your trading strategy and then taking a long look at all the key indicators and signals to decide what trades are likely to be on your agenda today. Just like any form of remote work, you need some demarcation, and this is why mobile trading can be a dangerous thing.


Manage your schedule


Don't think from the above that mobile trading apps are a bad thing. Quite the opposite, they are an essential tool for both pro and occasional traders. It all comes down to using the tools in the right way. Even the top Wall Street traders are not going to be doing hundreds of trades every day and watching the market 23 hours out of 24. If you are doing so as an amateur, there's something going badly wrong.


The advantage of mobile trading apps is that they are convenient - they free you from the need to sit down at your desktop to do your trading activity. But that doesn't mean that you have to spend any more time using them than you would if you were operating from desktop only.


Watch for the signs of addiction


Ah, the a-word. It's one that the media loves to throw around. They would have us believe that we are addicted to unhealthy food, to coffee, to our cars, to TV and most of all to our smartphones. The trend towards demonizing any sort of luxury or convenience and shouting the word addiction at the first sign of over-indulgence is not just inaccurate. It is also counter-productive.


Any kind of addiction, from cigarettes to shopping to gambling to junk food presents a serious risk and can ruin lives. The misuse of the word in the popular media, where anyone who gets drunk or eats unhealthy food or spends lots of time on their smartphone must be an addict leads to a classic boy who cried wolf scenario. It only makes it less likely for us to see the signs when genuine addiction begins to manifest. 


If you are trading at silly hours, waking in the night and instantly reaching for the app or finding yourself trading almost on "auto pilot" without even thinking about what you are doing, the first thing to do is stop.


Take a step back and return to the drawing board. Every successful trader has an underlying strategy, and you can bet that none of them involve waking up to do panic trading at 3AM. If that doesn't work, the other great thing about the online age is that help, just like everything else, is always at hand, so use the resources that are available to you.


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It doesn't matter whether you have an iPhone or the latest Android smartphone, dr.fone - Switch makes it super easy for users to switch data in between devices. To know more about why everyone is calling it the one-stop solution for transferring information from one device to the other, just go through some of its features as we discuss them next.


Compatible with Both Mac OS and Windows 10


The dr.fone - Switch software can be downloaded and installed on both Apple Macs and Windows 10 PCs because it works with both operating systems flawlessly, making it easier for users to use them on any device of their choosing.


Works on both Android and iOS Devices


All versions of Android and up to iOS 12 is supported. dr.fone - Switch doesn't just work on Android smartphones and iPhones, but the transfer app works on Android tablets and iPads too.


Supports a Wide Range of Manufacturers


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Aside from the obvious Apple and Google devices, almost any device running on Android OS from manufacturers like Sony, HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Huawei, Oppo and ZTE work without a hitch with dr.fone - Switch. In fact, this isn't even the complete list of manufacturers because if you have a smart device that runs on some version of the iOS or Android OS, dr.fone - Switch will probably be compatible with it.


Safety and Reliability


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Not even dr.fone gets to keep your data as you are the only one in control of it. The switching software only reads and transfers the data from one device to the other, while nothing is stored on the cloud. It also guarantees zero data loss as overwriting is not even an option until you actually want to delete anything while transferring the data.


You Can Transfer Data from an iOS Device to an Android Device Without a Computer


If you don't have access to a Mac or a PC right now, dr.fone - Switch also has an Android Switch application that you can install on your Android device to complete the transfer. It supports the transfer in the two following ways.


1.      You can log in to your iCloud account from the Android device with the help of the app, and download everything from contacts to media onto the smartphone/tablet.


2.      You will need an iOS-to-Android adapter for this one and once you use it to connect the two devices, the application can then be used to switch data from the iOS device to the Android device.


Check out the official dr.fone site to find a detailed, step-by-step guide on how to transfer contacts from iPhone to android.


With a PC/Mac You Can Switch Across All Devices


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As long as you have access to preferably a PC and alternately a Mac, you can expect the dr.fone - Switch to help you do the following transfers in just one-click and in between 5 - 30 minutes max (the larger the transfer, the closer it will be to the 30-minute mark)


·        Android to Android

·        Android to iOS

·        iOS to Android  (iPhone to Android transfer)

·        iOS to iOS


Almost All Major File Types are Supported


The list will vary a bit, depending on the OS of the two phones you are transferring data in between. For example, when you are transferring from Android to iOS, apps and voicemails won't be transferred alongside a few other file types, but the list of compatible files are much larger when the user is transferring from an iOS device to an Android device, or if it's a simple iOS to iOS transfer. The dr.fone website has a easy to follow, quick guide on how to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone with the software's user interface.


Some of the common file types that you can expect dr.fone - Switch to successfully transfer across all devices include photos, videos, messages, contacts, call history, music, bookmarks, calendar data and voice memos.


dr.fone also has quite a wide and extensive collection of software suite that can handle any need that a smartphone might have, ranging from backup & recovery, to restoration of deleted files and securing your phone against external threats. 


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Created by Digiarty Software for video editing professionals and enthusiasts alike,  VideoProc is most likely the only video processing and editing software that you will ever need. It can be used to effortlessly and intuitively edit, resize, adjust even 4K Ultra High Definition files, alongside regular videos, music and DVDs. Taking a closer look at all the features which Digiarty has equipped their latest video processing and editing tool with, reveals why it is such a complete solution for most of us.


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GPU Accelerated Video Processing


Unlike most of the other competing video editing and processing solutions which are primarily reliant on the CPU of your computer, VideoProc also maximizes the power of your computer by using its GPU as well. The Level-3 Hardware Acceleration from NVIDIA AMD and Intel GPUs is maximized by VideoProc while editing and transcoding, making way for a much faster and smoother video processing experience, even while tackling Ultra-High Definition (4K) footage.


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Complete Support for Basic Video Editing: Cut, Crop and Merge


Irrespective of whether your video was captured by a GoPro, a drone or your smartphone, you can use VideoProc to edit, resize the video without quality loss, cut, crop, rotate, add effects and even subtitles to the footage.


Fix Your Footage with VideoProc's Advanced Editing Features


Anyone who has ever tried to edit a video knows that sometimes you need more advanced features like fixing a fisheye lens distortion or removing background noise from the footage, so VideoProc being the complete and only video editing tool that you will ever need, delivers in that regard as well. Check out some of its premier advanced editing features below.


·        Easy fix for fisheye lens distortions common in action cam footage


·        Allows removal of wind noise or any other background noise from the footage


·        Stabilize your video even after the video has been captured.


Watch the YouTube video on how to fast stabilize GoPro 4K videos :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sixMuCTDC_g


·        Convert your videos into MKV files without encoding with MakeMKV


·        Sync the audio and video automatically with VideoProc


·        Raise or lower the volume and speed of the footage's audio and playback speed


·        Turn portions of your videos into GIF


·        Extract and resize images from your video in JPG or PNG format


·        Add watermarks to put your own unique stamp on the footages


·        If you want to create a M3U8 playlist for HTTP streaming, VideoProc will make your .ts files work together


If you a GoPro fans, here are some tips for you to process and edit your GoPro videos >


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Use It as a Media Converter When You Need To Convert Videos to Mobile Phones


The media converter in VideoProc can be used to convert audio and video files, even directly from DVDs. Check out the following to get a brief idea of how capably Digiarty has designed the media converter in VideoProc.


·        Support for over 370 input codecs and 420 output formats


·        Capable of converting even 4K UHD videos in most formats, Click here to check the full list


·        Search, download and convert videos from YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, SoundCloud and more than 1000 other websites


·        It supports 3D - 2D conversions


·        Compress large videos by as much as 90%, without losing noticeable detail in video or audio


You Can Record Sports and Gaming Sessions with VideoProc


Whether you are a streamer on Twitch, a content creator on YouTube, or a sports fan who would like to record the best moments in their favorite sport, VideoProc has you covered with the following features.


·        It can record gaming, sports, online videos, presentations, webinars, video calls, video streams and just about everything else on your screen


·        Record the screen on your desktop and record from your webcam/front cam at the same time (Picture-in-Picture)


·        Supports recording from iOS devices as well


·        Control and crop your screenshots from live videos


·        Choose to record only in a window or the whole screen


·        Doodle, highlight, type, add text/image/audio, add arrows and much more while recording your video


As you can see, when we said VideoProc is the only video processing software you will ever need, we weren't kidding! However, instead of just going by second hand reviews, download the free version of VideoProc right now to experience everything we just discussed and more firsthand.



After looking at a number of leaked photos and renders, we now know for sure (more or less anyway!) that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will sport a USB Type-C cable and it will be the first Samsung device to do so. Thanks to Tinh tế, we now have a video that possibly is showing us the USB Type-C cable which will accompany the Note 7.


The model number of the cable as seen in the video is EP-DN930CWE. As we are almost certain that the Note 7 will be codenamed SM-N930, this further reinforces the theory. Besides, anyone who is familiar with how Samsung packages its accessories will find the packaging of the USB Type-C cable to be very familiar. Take a look yourself and you will see what we mean.



The most popular rumor related to Samsung's decision of switching over to USB Type-C from the regular micro-USB is of course the upcoming second gen Gear VR. Samsung will probably launch the next Gear VR with an USB Type-C port in close proximity to the Galaxy Note 7's unveiling. We will found out more as we approach the month of August.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Are you looking forward to upgrading from your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 To Galaxy Note 8? After its release in August 2017, the Galaxy Note 8 was acknowledged as the latest addition to the list of Galaxy Note Smart Phones which are powerful and feature-laden. The handset undoubtedly is powerful and one of the most attractive presently available on the market. However should owners of Galaxy Note 4 upgrade to the latest version?


The range of these devices from Samsung has had a set of problems with the previous version which was introduced as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 developing a flaw in the battery in a few handsets which caused spontaneous fires and led Samsung to abandon the set altogether. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which was released in 2014 continues to remain one of the most popular among the handsets released by Samsung despite having some problems with regard to downloading kies though accessing Internet casinos does not seem to be a problem with this particular handset. It was also easy to download Samsung Galaxy Note 4 wallpaper according to relevance from the handset without going through many difficulties.


The 4th generation had a large body and a rear which was textured and was considered as a large handset when it was introduced. It just had a screen which was 5.7 inches. It also had its problems because people in some parts of the world couldn't download Samsung kies for note 4 and Samsung kies galaxy S4 but downloading Samsung kies for Mac was possible. However, fans of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could have the bet365 mobile app android on the handset for entertainment with casinos whenever they required.


The 8th is certainly different from the earlier version and is also heavier and thicker. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features the infinity display from Samsung giving a clear indication that a major portion of the handset's front is covered by the screen. Samsung has abandoned the concept of a home button and has instead preferred to offer alternatives to software. Unfortunately, the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back of the handset making it rather inconvenient and the option of removing the battery has also been discontinued. However, the changes introduced have allowed Samsung to make the handset water resistant.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has a display which is 6.3 inches along with a quad HD + resolution giving users a higher pixel density by some margin as compared to the galaxy note 4. Samsung has included the QUALCOMM Snapdragon 835 chip which is faster and is providing a 3GB RAM along with 64GB of storage which is an upgrade that can be considered as huge. Most importantly the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Is Available with Android 7.0 Nougat and it is believed that the Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade would be available at some time in the near future.


Despite the differences which are evident in Samsung Galaxy Note 8 people may want to consider whether they are willing to pay a high price for the fresh introduction as compared to the Galaxy Note 4 which is still available from online retailers for about $515. The Samsung Galaxy Note S8 is still available for around $550. Therefore fans of the galaxy note models would want to understand why they should be paying in excess of $850 for upgrading from Galaxy Note 4 to the latest version.



If you are searching for a good-looking phone, the Google Pixel 2 is not the one. But if you are looking for exceptional battery life and a few sneaky extras, then it's worth a look.


Looks


We have become accustomed to the latest smartphones being things of beauty but there is something exceptionally bland about the latest offering from Google. It has the same back panel and the same glass front. And nothing more. But where its looks let it down, it makes up for in other departments.


Screen and Size


At 5 inches, the Google Pixel 2 screen is a full inch smaller than its 6-inch screen cousin but in all honesty, this doesn't disappoint. It has a regular OLED display with top and bottom bezels that house a set of speakers, which are also fairly good in terms of sound quality.


It may not have the sleekness of the new iPhone X and if you can afford the £1,000 price tag for that, then you wouldn't be considering the Pixel 2. It is, however, simple to use and has a fantastic responsive screen with a decent colour reproduction, making gaming on high-end sites such as slotsites.com a pleasant experience.


Battery Life


Another plus for gamers and avid social media fans is the rather splendid performance of the battery. Other phones have long struggled to power the numerous apps as well as all day connection to Wi-Fi and/or data without the power source being drained. Although all smartphones manufacturers have upped their game when it comes to battery efficiency, the Pixel 2 has a battery beefy enough to last all day without it collapsing.


Functionality


The Google Pixel 2 runs the latest version of Android 8 Oreo, giving it a smooth, optimised and polished performance. Its snappy response works well with Google Assistant. There are some nifty extras such as the ‘playing Now' feature which recognises music around your and the new Google Lens feature recognises objects in photos, identifies landmarks and so on.


Camera


The front and rear cameras on the Pixel 2 are identical to those on the Pixel 2 XL. At 12.2 megapixels it can certainly hold its own, although avid photographers are disappointed at what they see as the lack extensive manual controls. But the picture quality is certainly more than good enough.


What Users Are Saying


Some users are reporting a clicking or whining noise during operation, but this doesn't seem a widespread problem. The speakers are loud and clear, and with unlimited photo back-up included in the price, the £629 handset will no doubt prove popular with some.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is slightly cheaper at £540 with the iPhone 8 coming in at £699 which puts the Pixel 2 right in between the two. Does it deserve to be there for the price? If you want a long battery life, a great screen, squeezable side and the latest version of Android, then yes.


But, if you are all about looks and lack of headphone jack, and want to experience wireless charging, then you may want to hang on for Samsung's Axon, the world's first foldable, dual-screen smartphone.



If you are searching for a good-looking phone, the Google Pixel 2 is not the one. But if you are looking for exceptional battery life and a few sneaky extras, then it's worth a look.


Looks


We have become accustomed to the latest smartphones being things of beauty but there is something exceptionally bland about the latest offering from Google. It has the same back panel and the same glass front. And nothing more. But where its looks let it down, it makes up for in other departments.


Screen and Size


At 5 inches, the Google Pixel 2 screen is a full inch smaller than its 6-inch screen cousin but in all honesty, this doesn't disappoint. It has a regular OLED display with top and bottom bezels that house a set of speakers, which are also fairly good in terms of sound quality.


It may not have the sleekness of the new iPhone X and if you can afford the £1,000 price tag for that, then you wouldn't be considering the Pixel 2. It is, however, simple to use and has a fantastic responsive screen with a decent colour reproduction, making gaming on high-end sites such as slotsites.com a pleasant experience.


Battery Life


Another plus for gamers and avid social media fans is the rather splendid performance of the battery. Other phones have long struggled to power the numerous apps as well as all day connection to Wi-Fi and/or data without the power source being drained. Although all smartphones manufacturers have upped their game when it comes to battery efficiency, the Pixel 2 has a battery beefy enough to last all day without it collapsing.


Functionality


The Google Pixel 2 runs the latest version of Android 8 Oreo, giving it a smooth, optimised and polished performance. Its snappy response works well with Google Assistant. There are some nifty extras such as the ‘playing Now' feature which recognises music around your and the new Google Lens feature recognises objects in photos, identifies landmarks and so on.


Camera


The front and rear cameras on the Pixel 2 are identical to those on the Pixel 2 XL. At 12.2 megapixels it can certainly hold its own, although avid photographers are disappointed at what they see as the lack extensive manual controls. But the picture quality is certainly more than good enough.


What Users Are Saying


Some users are reporting a clicking or whining noise during operation, but this doesn't seem a widespread problem. The speakers are loud and clear, and with unlimited photo back-up included in the price, the £629 handset will no doubt prove popular with some.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is slightly cheaper at £540 with the iPhone 8 coming in at £699 which puts the Pixel 2 right in between the two. Does it deserve to be there for the price? If you want a long battery life, a great screen, squeezable side and the latest version of Android, then yes.


But, if you are all about looks and lack of headphone jack, and want to experience wireless charging, then you may want to hang on for Samsung's Axon, the world's first foldable, dual-screen smartphone.


Oppo Reno

 

The OPPO Reno mobile features a 6.4" (16.26 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and operates on Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system out of the box. The Oppo Reno is powered by Octa core (2.2 GHz, Dual core, Kryo 360 + 1.7 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 360) processing chip. It comes with 8 GB of RAM. Although to keep running such a large display it has 3765mAh which doesn't seem enough. The screen to body rato is 56.23% and has AMOLED display.


The key selling point of Oppo Reno is its photography ability. It has tried to remove the limit the optical zoom in mobile phone. A 48MP ultra-clear main camera, 13MP telephoto lens and 8MP wide-angle lens make up the Reno 10x Zoom tri-lens setup. Because of these three lenses with different focal ranges, this achieves a full bandwidth of 16-160mm, an effective focal length 10 times that of an ultra-wide-angle lens. The tri-camera setup complemented by dual OIS for ensuring stability even when fully zoomed on hand-held operation. It has Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor supporting a resolution of 8000 x 6000 Pixels and the front snapper is powered by a Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer.


Oppo Reno is powered by a Sony IMX 586 48MP ultra-clear camera. Its 1/2.0'' ultra-large sensors and f/1.7 ultra-large aperture along with MFNR and HDR software algorithms, which protects pictures from getting over-exposed and create stunning details even in low-light. Due to AI portrait optimization for night photography the device can differentiate between subject and its background at night, ensuring a professional photo. For security it has on screen fingerprint sensor. The phone comes with fast charging and it supports dual SIM, GSM, Dual VoLTE, The device is available in Jet Black, and ocean green. For graphics, it uses a Adreno 616 GPU which helps to make video games run smoothly. For network connectivity it has Wi-Fi, Blutooth, USB, and GPS.


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While Pokémon Go might have added a new risk factor to online gaming - physical injury - app store safety traditionally revolves around viruses, micro-transactions, and adware. Here are three quick tips for stress-free gaming this autumn.


1. Stay Away from Third Party Stores


Here's a strange fact about smartphones: mobile malware is a growth industry. In the twelve months between 2014 and 2015, the number of malicious programs attacking smartphones jumped nearly 200%. However, the number of viruses, worms, and other nasties hidden in the Play and App stores remained close to zero.


So, how does malware get onto mobile phones in the first place? Viruses and their ilk are a non-issue for the majority of smartphone users; the threat only arises when people try to download apps from third party stores, especially those physically located in the Middle East. In some places, your infection rate can be as high as 1 in 3.


A good example occurred shortly before the release of Pokémon Go, when a malware-infested app called Guide for Pokémon Go appeared on third-party app stores. It was downloaded half a million times before anybody noticed that it was up to no good.


Apple and Google's vetting systems aren't infallible - there's at least one story of an app with no functionality at all becoming a five-star app on the Play Store - but at least the odds aren't stacked against you in the official stores.


2. Permissions are Everything


You might not have realised but every app on your phone has your explicit permission to do certain things. For example, Facebook and Instagram can both access your camera; Pokémon Go can find out your precise location, and Gmail can view your phone's calendar. Apps need these permissions to function.


However, you should always try to ‘connect the dots' before giving a new app VIP access to your phone. For example, Facebook needs to ‘talk' to your camera every time you try to take a photograph from within the app and Pokémon Go uses your location to determine your proximity to monsters; that makes sense. Ask yourself if that calculator app you've just downloaded really needs access to your text messages.


You should also be wary of imposter apps, especially anti-virus tools (Symantec has removed fake ‘Norton Anti-virus' apps from the Play Store in the past), as these can be used by criminals to scam you. Using the above example of the calculator app - a favourite trick is to send thousands of automatic text messages to premium rate numbers, landing you with the bill.


3. Take Care with Online Gaming Apps


Having access to casino games on the go is one of the benefits of smartphone gaming but it's important to find a trustworthy operator, especially if you intend to play cash games. Closing the app and visiting the company's website with your browser is an easy way to determine the legitimacy of a gambling firm, as most casinos have their credentials on the homepage. The Betway app, for example, is regulated by the Belgian Gaming Commission, as well as other bodies such as the European Sports Security Association.


The same goes for apps with micro-transactions. Reports indicate that micro-transactions - small payments for extra lives, in-game currency, or other luxuries - make up 79% of all mobile developer income. They're an easy way to make money from otherwise ‘free' apps and they're not going away.


Ensure that all payments you make on a mobile platform go through the Play Store or the App Store, as the two companies have various safeguards in place to prevent fraud, and you may be able to get a refund if the app doesn't work as expected or somebody else uses your account to buy things. Apple and Google won't share your payment details with the company who created the app.


One final point - you can learn a lot about a mobile game, from compatibility and user experience to the number of micro-transactions, by reading the customer reviews on the two app stores before downloading the app to your phone. It sounds cynical but somebody else's bad luck might just save you from installing a fraudulent or malicious app.



Gambling market is growing rapidly and continues its active developing. Each day more and more people are interested in such entertainments. Therefore, in order to be the first among a huge number of competitors, the provider needs to offer his player something more than he can get in other casinos. One of these services is the opportunity of mobile slots' usage. Today smartphones - an essential attribute of almost every person, regardless of his age. It's clear that representatives of gambling business could not but pay attention to this trend. Today, the mobile version of the online casino is not just a bonus feature. Now, to increase the number of potential customers, providers are forced to add slots' versions for mobile devices. As vivid example http://slotmine.com/slotsmagic-casino/ can be mentioned. However, mobile slots have their pros and cons.

 

First, let's itemize all the advantages of mobile slots


·         Smartphones and tablets are perfect for launching video slots. The touch panel displays the gameplay to a new level;

·         Gambling mobile games give the player an excellent opportunity to play whenever he wants and where he wants;

·         Mobile gambling machines can be installed directly upon the device. In this case, for gambling, you do not even need an internet connection;

·         Mobile slots are regularly updated, if, of course, it is a solid, prestigious online casino;

·         Slots for mobile phones are rapidly gaining fame, and most of the world's providers have already optimized their old popular games to a new format;

·         Mobile slots are running equally right with all operating systems. Therefore, there is no difference which modification of smartphone has the player. It does not matter: the Android device or the iPhone - the mobile slots are launched through all popular browsers;

·         For stable operation, the application does not need multi-core processors and a large amount of RAM;

·         It should be noted that mobile slots have no difference with their desktop counterparts. The control system is fully adapted to the touch panel.


One more very important issue should be mentioned: slots of the World Wide Web are much more generous than their iron predecessors. The return of many of them is 95-99%, that is, the chances of winning in honest gambling establishments for gamblers are very high. Another plus of virtual slots is their large assortment. A huge variety of mobile slots allows each user to find something that will be interesting to him. Moreover, many of them are decorated in a certain theme and turn gambling into a fascinating adventure. The video slots in the World Wide Web make it possible to satisfy the passion for excitement even for those who do not have free money.

 

Let's turn to the shortcomings


·         The ability to use mobile slots for free only after installing a special program or application;

·         The installation of a special program will require the filling of the player's personal data;

·         The installed program or application requires constant updates;

·         The quality of graphics and animation is worse, but this is a fair price for such simple access to games;

·         Opponents of online gambling excitement assure that nothing can replace the special atmosphere of the traditional casinos. They do not have enough live communication and a special atmosphere in Internet clubs. Of course, everyone cannot be pleased: that for one is an obvious flaw, for others is also an obvious advantage. Many players like virtual slots for the fact that this kind of gambling does not involve communicating with other people. That is, the player can fully concentrate on the drums' rotating and for a while forget about the everyday routine.


Today players increasingly get access to slots and other types of gambling using mobile gadgets. As a rule, they include smartphones, tablets, PDAs, etc. Support primarily depends on the type of OS gadget and its characteristics. If all rules are met, then the player needs just to download and install special software upon his gadget. It is obvious, that the virtual segment of gambling has grown to huge dimensions. Players of this market get very good profits and do their best to increase their income. For this, there is only one way - creating the most comfortable conditions for players and satisfying all their needs. Therefore, providers of gambling software are constantly improving their creations and regularly delight fans of virtual excitement with amazing new products. Summarizing, we can conclude that mobile slots have more advantages than disadvantages, it is important just to choose a modern mobile device.


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In the ever-evolving world of mobile tech, creating an app that meets modern standards is no easy feat. With so many different technical aspects to keep in mind, combining each element into a cohesive whole takes time, talent, and a serious interest in quality assurance. So, how is it that one of the most successful entries in online casino mobile apps, Mansion Casino, has managed to defy the odds to come out on top? We take a look.


Utilising Modern Possibilities

 

Perhaps the biggest advantage that has helped generate mobile app success comes from the possibilities opened through newer programming developments such as HTML5. While many people enjoy using a mobile gaming app such as that offered by Mr Green, which is reviewed at www.casinoreviews.co.uk, Mansion Casino has gone in a different direction.


Rather than going the route of developing a dedicated downloadable style of app, Mansion Casino and Mr Green have taken the new road. Properly utilising modern generation techniques means that the same level of quality is possible through simply accessing a service as a webpage.


Of course, much of this is down to the care and dedication put in by the developers. As it so happens, this is something to which Mansion Casino has shown significant attention.


The final effect of this is a casino service that's much faster to access than downloadable varieties. This is also less demanding on the accessing device, meaning users won't need to quickly invest in phones like the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Pro at www.youmobile.org to stay in the game.

 

Generating Player Choice

 

In the highly competitive world of online casinos, it's quite common for services to focus on just one or two types of games. While this can be a benefit for the few players with a narrow field of interest, it can be a hindrance to the majority.


This is hardly an issue confined to casino games services, as lack of choice is also a problem on some traditional video game services, as www.pcgamer.com explains.


With casino games, this tends to manifest as a sole dedication to slot games. While these are undoubtedly among the most popular, as shown by www.marketrealist.com, they are far from the only desired choice.


This is where, on the gaming front, Mansion Casino sets itself above the rest of the pack. Offering 37 different roulette games, 29 different blackjack tables, and 16 other table games means that players can always switch easily should they desire.


This might seem like a no-brainer, but complexities with licenses mean that obtaining such a range of games is no easy feat. Many players also understand this, which makes Mansion's users all the more appreciative.


Looking from the Player Side

 

Together, these developments give a strong indication of exactly how Mansion Casino succeeds. While operating as a business, they have approached their developments from the view of a player.


By understanding what is easiest for players and what they would like the best, they have managed to elevate themselves above businesses that refuse to cross the road. Or, just as bad, those who cross a road that does not need crossing, like Samsung might be trying soon as we noted at www.youmobile.org.


This might mean more work for them, but the end result is one which has proven successful, for both players and Mansion Casino.

 


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The next growth phase for the online gambling industry is currently underway. Arguably, online gambling is one of the fastest growing and most competitive industries on the internet. Through innovation and the ability to embrace the latest and greatest technologies, the industry has been able to sustain double-digit percentage growth over the last decade with no realistic end in sight.

 

If there were any doubts about which direction the online gambling industry might be moving, those doubts have quickly become a thing of the past. Clearly, the industry as a whole is putting much of its innovation efforts toward mobile gambling. While online gamblers having access to mobile sites like https://bacc168.net/  used to be the exception, it's now become commonplace to walk into a pub or coffee shop and see people playing games of chance for real cash on their mobile devices.

 

Mobile Compatibility Increases

 

In the early years of mobile gambling, access was limited to gamblers who were using mobile devices (tablets, smartphones) that were built on either the iOS (Apple) or Android operating platforms. The assumption was a great majority of the world's mobile device consumers were using iPhones or Android smartphones compliments of companies like Samsung. Indeed, the coverage seemed ample.

 

With that said, it didn't make sense to exclude an entire generation of online gamblers from being able to access a mobile app and play their favourite casino games simply because they bought mobile devices with the wrong operating systems. Remember, prior to the advent of mobile apps, gamblers could only use their mobile devices to access a "optimized" mobile website through a standard web browser. What the industry's software developers began to realize is the online gambling experience was being compromised by inadequate graphics and limited game libraries.

 

The good news is the issue has been addressed and almost all mobile gamblers now have access to a mobile app without restrictions. The apps are just as robust as its sister websites. That's been great news for people who own mobile devices that work off operating systems like Blackberry and Windows Mobile. The results have been amazing. Experts now estimate that 50% of all online gamblers are using their mobile devices to access gambling mobile apps on a regular basis. Based on the current growth trajectory, that number is expected to rise to about 80% sometime in the next couple of years.

 

Ramping Up the Quality of the Mobile Gambling Experience

 

Online gamblers have made clear which direction they want the industry to go. It's the responsibility of the online gambling industry's top software developers and operators to take note and do what's necessary to give customers what they want.

 

Before the mobile ambling craze got underway, developing casino games for a mobile format seemed like nothing more than an afterthought. Now, the tables have turned. Most of the industry's top software developers now create games intended for a mobile environment with the intention of converting them for use on a standard online gambling website. Mobile gamblers can now count on getting access to casino games that have high-quality graphics and audio features. That translates into a better mobile gambling experience for that growing population of mobile gamblers.

 

Adding New Innovations

 

Over the last couple of years, the online casino industry has seen a noticeable increase in the number of gamblers who are looking for a more realistic gambling experience. The industry's software developers, namely companies like Evolution Gaming, have heard the calls and are delivering the goods.

Live dealer games have become the rage for online gamblers. The opportunity to sit face-to-face on the computer with a beautiful dealer prompting the action has proven too much to resist. Now the live dealer gambling option is being introduced through gambling mobile apps. This tremendous innovation has the power to open many other doors the industry never thought to open

 

One of those doors is Virtual Reality (VR) casino gambling. In just the last two years, top software developers like NetEnt have successfully launched a VR casino for internet operators. With the right accessories (VR googles, game controller), gamblers can enjoy a legitimate three-dimensional online gambling experience from the comfort of home. But wait, there's more. This new technology is being scaled for mobile app access. Very soon, mobile gamblers will be able to enjoy the same VR gaming experience video gamers have been enjoying for years while on the move.

 

Who knows what else the future holds for mobile gambling enthusiasts? The wait is already on for the next innovation.

 





We have good news for owners of Samsung's 2014 flagship as Galaxy S5s in Sri Lanka just got updated to Android Marshmallow. The S5 had already been updated in South Korea, Trinidad and Tobago and Argentina among other nations but this time it was the most common version of the S5 that started receiving the upgrade. The SM-G900F is the most commonly found version of the Galaxy S5 and is used primarily in most of Europe. This probably means that the remaining geographical locations where people use the SM-G900F will also start receiving the upgrade very soon.


Got o Settings, find About device and tap on it, select Software Update and check to see if the Marshmallow update has reached your smartphone yet. Note that this will NOT hasten the process, as the update will only arrive on your S5 when it's scheduled to arrive. It may give you some peace of mind though.


After it does arrive on your S5, you can schedule the entire download and set it up to be completed at a time that is convenient for you. On completion, your Android version will change to 6.0.1, PDA number will change to G900FXXS1CPC8 and CSC number will upgrade to G900FSLK1CPB2.


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