We would like to explain our "Smartphones Rating System" for the YouMobile Specifications Center, We add any New Smartphone, Tablet or Smartwatch to this section with our rank for this device (1-5 Stars) on the Upper-Right corner. Here is our Rating System (Includes Smartphones, Tablets and Smartwatches):
The 1 Star Rated Smartphones is Mostly cheap Smartphones with very low specs, probably the lowest specs in the market at the time this phone was released.
These Phones are usually useful as Back-up devices, if you primary phone got stolen, at serivce or out of charge as these phones battery last longer than other smartphones.
The 2 Stars Rated Smartphones is considered to be a "Low-End" Device.
Low-End devices has smaller screens with Low Resolution, older OS version and missing some features. Also these phones has a very good price for their specs and have all the Most needed Basic features Only. Which is Good!
The 3 Stars Rated Smartphones is considered to be a "Mid-Range" Device.
Mid-Range Smartphones has the same design as the High-end version of it but with cheaper Materiels and lower specs, It has some of the New features on the Market but not all of it, Very close to the High-end version but with lower price. Which is Very Good!
The 4 Stars Rated Smartphones is considered to be a "High-End" Device.
High-End Devices always has the latest features of the market at the time they released, Companies always set a Good price for these phones and makes them up-to-date with the latest OS version, Made from the Best Materials. Which is Excellent!
The 5 Stars TOP Rated Smartphones is considered to be the Manufacture's "Flag-ship" device.
In the Flagship Device the Manufacture puts all his Capabilities and Technology with the Highest Quality Materials and Highest Specs on the Market ( Quad-core CPU, HD displays.. etc ) on this Device. Which is The Best !
Google Play Store app has just been officially updated to version 5.10.30 with various bug fixes and new features and Full Android 6.0 Marshmallow support. This new version also brings a New re-designed UI changes and a new survey to handle the refund requests made from users who purchased an App and decided to cancel their order and get a full refund (during the first 24 hours).
What's New on this update ?
This new version shows the application's overall star rating below it's name (1.0 to 5.0) in the "All" listing area and in the "Installed" listing too so you won't need to open the app to check its rating. Google also added a very cool Intro to the app that shows you a couple of slides highlighting the key feature of the Play Store app.
To get the Google Play Store App version 5.10.30 now without waiting, you can Download and Install the Official APK from the link Below. This APK has not been modified by any means and it's 100% safe to install. Stay tuned to be the first to get Google play v6.0!
Google Play Store 5.10.30 [APK]
It's the only way to surf
VPNs are a super-useful bit of kit and with mobile phones now able to handle the brunt of tasks that would formerly be reserved for desktop or laptop computers, privacy whilst browsing on-the-go has never been more important. With that in mind, we thought we'd give you the lowdown on the best VPN apps for either your Android or iOS handheld devices.
If you were hoping to find the best free mobile VPNs, unfortunately, you'll probably be disappointed by our top threes. As the old saying goes, if you don't pay for something then you're the product!
Below you'll find our three favourite VPNs for both operating systems. It doesn't matter if you're wanting to stream Netflix shows from another country, bet on the football when you're on your holidays (VPN ready online casinos are easy to find), or just paranoid about people snooping on you when you browse, you'll find the perfect product to keep you safe amongst our selections below.
Top Three Android VPNs in 2019
ExpressVPN offers users a secure VPN with exceptional speeds and server distribution. The application itself is very intuitive to use and this elegant user interface makes protecting yourself when browsing as easy as it gets.
One of the standout features of the ExpressVPN package is certainly its exceptional customer support. Live chat is available 24/7 for any problems you may encounter when using the Android app.
Coverage is another strong point of ExpressVPN for Android. It features a total of 2,000 servers, in 148 different locations, across 94 countries.
Drawbacks of the ExpressVPN include the lack of a kill-switch and the fact that users can only connect three devices simultaneously. Another issue is its above-average price point. However, there is a week-long free trial of the software, as well as a 30-day money back guarantee. Add this: Occasionally, you can also save some bucks off the subscription by taking advantage of various VPN deals.
Next on our list of the best VPNs for Android phones is VyprVPN. This high-performance mobile VPN is beautifully presented with an extremely user-friendly interface.
The VyprVPN Android app can connect to over 700 servers in more than 70 locations. Although these figures are lower than those claimed by ExpressVPN, the Switzerland-built VyprVPN can reportedly connect via more than 200,000 different IP addresses, compared to Express's stated 30,000.
If pure security is the name of the game, then NordVPN might be privacy-enhancing product for you. It features innovative "Double VPN" technology. This is essentially like running your connection through two VPNs simultaneously! Such a robust security model has made NordVPN one of the most popular products on our list with over five million downloads to date.
It's not all under the hood with NordVPN though. The application has been designed to be super-straightforward to use. Unfortunately, this does mean that users aren't given much scope to tinker with the configurations, as they are with less basic interfaces.
Server distribution isn't an issue for NordVPN either. The Android version of the product can connect to a total of 5,241 in 62 locations. Users can also connect six different devices at the same time.
In terms of pricing, the NordVPN is competitive and offers both a free trial and a month-long money back guarantee, making it a strong contender for the best value-for-money mobile VPN too.
NordVPN isn't quite perfect, however. Its major flaw is that the performance isn't spectacular. The developers certainly had to compromise on speed for all that extra security. It's not bad but if you're already using a weaker connection, it might be an issue.
Top Three iOS VPNs in 2019
KeepSolid VPN Unlimited
First in our top iPhone VPN category is the VPN Unlimited by KeepSolid. A great interface, rock solid security, and fantastic customer support easily make it one of the must-have iOS applications of 2019.
The user experience couldn't be any simpler on VPN Unlimited. You are literally protected at the click of a button.
Along with being great to look at, VPN Unlimited boasts exceptional security credentials. It uses the OpenVPN tunnelling protocol to evade unmasking efforts. This is one of the few iOS VPNs that can boast such a feature.
The VPN Unlimited also features a highly competent, 24/7 live chat customer support department. This is another strong plus since VPN providers are notorious for their poor user relations efforts.
If we had to pick one thing to criticise the VPN Unlimited package for it would be speed. Again, this weakness might impact those using the application via weaker connections.
NordVPN (for iPhone)
A familiar name is next in our list of the best iPhone VPNs for 2019. NordVPN also offer a sterling privacy-enhancing service for those browsing on the move on Apple devices. Just like its Android counterpart, the iOS-facing app can connect to over 5,000 different servers in a plethora of locations, as well as using six devices with it simultaneously.
In addition to being exceptionally safe, the NordVPN for iOS is effortlessly easy to use. Its ultra-minimalist interface makes tailoring your VPN to your requirements an absolute breeze.
Unlike NordVPN for some operating systems, the one tailored to iPhones does not use the OpenVPN protocol. This is because of the process by which Apple vets potential listings for its app store.
Along with some of our other suggestions, NordVPN bucks the trend within the VPN industry by choosing to offer round-the-clock customer service, seven days a week - a clear point-scoring quality.
Finally, we have the iOS-facing version of the popular CyberGhost family of VPN products. If you wanted an iPhone VPN for the whole family, this one might well be ideal. It features connectivity to a massive 10 devices simultaneously.
In terms of server numbers and distribution, CyberGhost can connect to more than 3,000 spread out over 90 different locations in more than 60 different countries. The product is also notable for its coverage of the continent of Africa - a market often overlooked by VPN providers.
Like NordVPN, CyberGhost for Apple products does lack OpenVPN support. However, it uses IKEv2, which provides nearly as robust a level of stealth for your browsing.
Unfortunately, at about twice the price of NordVPN, CyberGhost isn't so cheap. This is certainly a drawback of an otherwise solid product.
With about three days left in between now and the date of the Apple iPhone 7's unveiling, Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities has revealed much about the upcoming flagship smartphones and rounded up facts from rumors and leaks all around. Here is what the most probable specs of the upcoming iPhones seem to be.
The Apple A10 chip will have a clock speed of 2.44GHz and will probably power both the iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus, however, the clock speed may vary slightly on release. The iPhone 7 Plus will be the first iPhone to sport 3GB of RAM, while the regular iPhone 7 will have only 2GB of RAM, like the 6s and 6s Plus. There will also be a dual 12-mp camera setup at the back of the iPhone 7 Plus with one camera sporting OIS and a 6-element wide angle lens, while the second one sporting a narrower 5-element lens. A flash with four LED lights are expected to be featured on both the smartphones.
Both iPhones will sport the lightning jack only and you will need the bundled lightning-to-3.5mm adapter to use your current headphones with them. If the IPx7 certification does indeed make it to the iPhones this year, they will be able to withstand thirty minutes of water exposure up to a depth of one meter. The earpiece itself may also act as an additional speaker and the proximity sensor beside it could be using laser tech instead of LED for the detection. Finally, the Home button may also be just a pressure sensitive icon, instead of being a physical one. Let's hope that the rumors are true as these do sound amazing!
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
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