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iPhones are awesome smartphones for more reasons than one, but compared to Android devices, they are somewhat limited in what they can offer to the user unfortunately. Perhaps two of the biggest gripes against iOS devices is the OEM's complete omission of the expandable storage slot and how complex, as well as limited iTunes feels while trying to transfer iPhone files or restore them.


As iPhones do not support external storage devices via USB OTG either, Apple makes sure that we are not left with too many other options either!


Why is It Important to Free Up iPhone Storage?


All iPhone users need to transfer iPhone files on a regular basis because there are multiple advantages in doing so. Some of them can be highlighted as follows.


• Media, contacts, messages, etc. would never be lost, even in case the phone crashes, gets stolen/lost or is damaged somehow
• As there is no way to expand the storage, backups allow users to free up space on iPhone
• The closer you get towards filling up the maximum storage capacity of your device, the slower it will become


Isn't iTunes Good Enough to Backup iPhone Data?


iTunes is not bad at what it does really, but the problem is once again in how limited Apple's software is in the features that it offers to iPhone users.


Even for completing tasks that iTunes is supposed to, there is no guarantee that the dreaded iTunes Error 54 won't show up. When that happens, your phone and your computer will stop syncing with each other, unless the issue is resolved.


On the other hand, iCloud's free storage caps out at only 5GB, at which point, you can pay to get more, though it's still not completely safe. Apple will essentially delete the data on its servers, if the account holder misses payments. There is a better alternative to paying for iPhone storage through your nose though, which is what we are going to discuss next.


How DearMob iPhone Manager is a Faster, Easier and Better Alternative to iTunes


DearMob iPhone Manager offers a fast, easy way for users to backup iPhone data seamlessly and free up iPhone storage in the process. The software does so while boosting data safety with encoding, making DearMob possibly the best iTunes alternative for Windows and MacOS available right now.


Interestingly, the iPhone manager brings so much more to the table that iTunes simply cannot. To understand what we are talking about here, let's discuss some of its unique features next.


Safer


DearMob iPhone Manager protects your data by securing it against any unauthorized use. Even if any of the backed up information is stolen or lost, no one but you will be able to decrypt the password protected files.


Faster and Easier


It is possible to create a backup of all your iPhone (any iOS device) data, with the click of a single onscreen button on DearMob. The same is true if you decide to restore the data back onto your new iPhone, or even the old one for that matter!


Selective data backup and restore between an iPhone and Mac/PC is also more intuitive, less complex and faster than it is with iTunes. While iTunes frequently freezes while handling transfer of regular media, DearMob can transfer iPhone files at a superfast speed of 2.5GB per second!


If you just switched to a new iPhone from an old one, the iPhone manager can easily be used to directly transfer everything from iPhone to iPhone, making the backup and restore process an even faster process than it usually is.


DearMob Makes the iPhone a More Accessible Device for the User


Other than letting users backup and transfer a very limited number of supported file types, iTunes doesn't allow us to do much of anything really. On the flipside of things, DearMob comes with all of the following and then some.


• It supports any and all media formats that iTunes doesn't
• The iPhone manager can be used to change the file format of any media file (including 4K & 8K videos), so that iOS can recognize it
• DearMob also allows seamless conversion and both-way transfer of podcasts, apps, eBooks, messages, music, ringtones, voice recordings, calendar data and just about everything else
• Supports Drag and drop transfer; a huge bonus for iOS users!
• DearMob can compress large media files to save space on your limited storage


Consider the fact that this isn't even the complete list of functions that the DearMob iPhone Manager can help you with, but iTunes can't. Combined with the extra security, easy-to-use interface and fast transfers, these additional features really does make the DearMob iPhone Manager a significantly better alternative to iTunes for both Windows and MacOS.


 


The Vivo v17 pro has received an official price cut of Rs. 2000 within a month after its launch in India. It was launched in late September this year, and the price was Rs 29,990. The Vivo v17 pro is available online and offline at the same price. You can also further reduce the price with the 5% cashback offer if you buy the device online using HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Axis Bank credit and debit cards, This would give users up to Rs. 1,400 discount on the new retail price. If you are looking for a premium smartphone with a budget-friendly option, Vivo V17 is your device.


The Vivo V17 Pro is a mid-range smartphone that comes with many premium features, full-display notch-less design. For the selfie camera, it uses a pop-up housing. The rear camera setup uses a 48-megapixel primary sensor with f/1.8 lens, an 8-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide unit, a 13-megapixel telephoto unit offering 2x optical zoom, and a 2-megapixel telephoto unit with 2x optical zoom, a 20megapixel depth assistance unit with an f/2.4 lens. The Vivo V17 Pro can shoot videos on both 4K and Full HD at 30fp. The front camera is 32-megapixel with a f/2.0 lens, and an ultra-wide angle unit with 8-megapixel sensor.

 

The device has a gradient color on the cover and available in the crystal black, crystal sky, and midnight ocean finish. The Vivo V17 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm snapdragon 675 SoC, coupled with 8GB RAM and has 128GB storage. The display has a wider aspect ratio, with Full HD+ resolution. For connectivity, the device uses a USB-C 2.0 port for charging and tethering, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 5. There is also an under-display fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication. The phone has a solid 4,100mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging.

 


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With the power and flexibility of modern mobile devices, gaming on the go is now better than ever. However, the issue with this is that the selection of many of these games simply cannot measure up to traditional console or PC counterparts. Fortunately for modern mobile gamers, there are ways to bypass many of these limitations.


Emulation

 

When looking towards games around the PS2 generation and prior, emulation is probably the best choice. As the name suggests, these programs effectively act as operating systems for older hardware and software. Working with these requires two key components.


The first of these is the emulator itself. These can usually be found easily on app stores or with a quick web-search and are entirely legal. The second part of this equation comes from the game files, also called ROMs.


ROMs are tricky, in a legal sense. In essence, the idea is that you should not use a ROM file of a game you don't already own. Of course, this can be difficult when dealing with games that have been out of production for decades, so in this case, we would recommend using your own discretion. Support the original developers if possible in any way, shape, or form.


With these on a device, all it takes is to run the two together. As with the next method of mobile gaming, we would heavily suggest that all players invest in a controller for the best possible experience.



Game Streaming

 

For more modern games and PC games, in particular, it is game streaming which should be your goal. While we could wait for services such as Google Stadia to launch, there are other alternatives.


Free apps like Remotr act in a similar method as Stadia, except they run off of your computer rather than a hosted exterior system. Running these requires a game to be installed on your home computer, and the corresponding game-streaming software to be placed on both computer and mobile.


Once this is properly running, it should be possible to enjoy any PC game from any location.


Streaming games on the go is one of the many new ways to enjoy gaming that have emerged in recent years. With an emphasis on competitive titles, this world has expanded to include professional outlets such as eSports.


While titles like Fortnite have dominated this sphere, in part due to its portability, streaming services have allowed more mainstream eSports titles such as DOTA 2 to achieve a similar level of accessibility. Combined with player news, team developments, and even more traditional sports elements, with sportsbooks including DOTA 2 betting among their standard offerings, having the ability to jump into a quick match when the inspiration strikes us has done a lot for relaxing during lunch breaks on busy days.



As with emulators, we would caution that controllers can be a necessity for some games. The good thing is that for some of the most popular games, such as DOTA 2, the systems will have built-in overlays to translate the experience to mobile screens. For others, however, this level of feedback might not be enough.


What to Know

 

To get the most out of either of these pursuits, you'll need to understand the importance of both device power in case of emulation and internet speed for game-streaming. While today's mobiles shouldn't have much issue emulating anything from PS1 and before, PS2 generation emulation and forward can require significantly more horsepower.


In terms of streaming, internet speed can be a killer. You'll need both a fast upload speed on your host computer and a fast connection on your mobile. The mobile end is the more difficult part here, though the incoming possibility of 5G should at least mitigate this within a couple of years. Until then, try to stay still when you play, and keep in mind places with good connectivity.


 


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Video consumption on mobile phones has shot up and will continue to grow in the near future. According to a 2019 article by TechJury, more than half of all video views are done on mobile devices.  83% of people watch videos on mobile devices as opposed to desktop usage.  The reason behind this is that mobile videos are more advanced and have become the main source of internet traffic. Mobile usage is also more convenient, and it makes it easier for people to share content.  While people get video content from various sources such as Facebook and Instagram, the main source of video content which people use on mobile phones is YouTube. People, therefore, need an efficient YouTube playlist downloader, which they can use to download playlists and transfer videos on their mobile devices.


YouTube download tools

 

1.      4K video downloader

 

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With a 4K video downloader, you can download an entire channel with a single click. You can also set the app to download individual channels when they are available. Moreover, you can download 3D and 360-degree YouTube videos. The 4K downloader also comes with the ability to download subtitles. To download a video, you will paste the link into the main window of the app. The app can also download videos from Daily Motion, Vimeo, and Facebook.


2.      Gihosoft TubeGet

 

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The app is much better than a 4K video downloader as it supports more than 10,000 sites, including Metacafe, Break, and Veoh. With the app, you can download single and entire playlists and up to five videos at a go at a speed of 4Mbps for the free version. To download a video, you will copy its URL and paste it on the top left corner of the screen. You will then choose the appropriate format which could be MP4, 3GP, or other formats; and you will be ready to download.


3.      iTube

 

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iTube is the most outstanding software for downloading videos. It is super easy to use as it supports one-click downloads and transfers of video to mobile. Its best feature is its file converter, which enables videos to work on any media player you may have. It also optimizes your videos on playback in specific devices and also comes with an integrated browser. Below are the steps to download a video from iTube with one click.


1.      Copy the URL of the video you wish to download and on the iTube app, click the Paste URL

 

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2.      The video will begin to download the video automatically. The video may take some time, especially if it is a high-resolution video.


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3.      Once the download is over, click the downloaded icon to see your downloaded video or press the folder at the top of the app to see your file in finder. You can then begin to watch your video.

 

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For more details on how to use iTube to download playlist in one click and transfer video to mobile devices, visit the iTube website.


 


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Recently, a couple in the UK found a security bug in the Samsung Galaxy fingerprint scanning. It allows anyone to bypass the fingerprint security to unlock the phone. Even if someone hasn't registered his fingerprint to unlock the device, the silicone case somehow gets confused and lets the user access the phone.


This wasn't the first time when a flaw was detected in the security mechanism of the smartphone. Hackers and security specialists have unlocked the devices using the 3D prints of the fingerprint but to hack the phone, one had access to the phone and fingerprints. In this case, you need only one inexpensive protective case.


Samsung suggests that users should only use the recommended accessories by the company but this doesn't apply to non-authentic users with bad intentions. Galaxy S10 is the first phone to use ultrasonic technology for fingerprint scanning. It creates a 3D map of the fingerprint using ultrasounds, with the reader being embedded under the display panel. Samsung declared for an internal investigation and is working on a fix to be patched as a security patch.


This seems an unbelievable story, but now the word has gotten out. There are videos on YouTube showcasing people shattering the in-display ultrasound technology using just care. This is a major concern for the phones planning to use ultrasonic technology as most of the phones use the optical in-screen fingerprint sensor, which places a CMOS chip under the display and takes a 2D picture of fingerprint. Samsung's biometric solution has failed before with Galaxy S8 in 2017. It was a facial recognition system that had flaws. Anyone could unlock the phone with the picture of the person instead of being an actual person in front of the device camera.

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