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SMSLater for iPhone – Send SMS At A Later Date

Oslo, Norway – Instead of setting up reminders to send birthday greetings to your dearest ones, you can now prepare the greetings whenever you have free time and deliver them with a delay, all in one simple step. It doesn’t matter if you are in an important meeting while something big is happening – SMSLater will send the prepared message at just the right time to prove you are actively thinking about the people you love. Such a simple tool can make a tremendous impact on your private and personal relationships and help you save a lot of time and energy.

Now completely redesigned and equipped with new features, SMSLater is available for download from the App Store in version 2.0.0. In addition to well-organized screen layout and top-of-the-class interactivity, the update also brings the possibility to send video and multimedia messages. Simplicity is still the main principle at the heart of this application, so finding your way around the interface will not be a problem even for new users. With all the great tools at your fingertips, it is now easier than ever to keep your life in order and make sure your messages always come through.

SMSLater app works on all devices with iOS 5.1 or later, but is optimized for best results on iPhone 5. While the application is free to download, there are a number of premium options that can be unlocked with in-app purchases. With a very competitive pricing model, you can send free email as well.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 5.4 MB

Pricing and Availability:
SMSLater 2.0.0 is available for free in the App Store under the Social Networking category. In-app purchases for extra options are a part of the App.

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Hakan Kutluca founded SMSLater. Based in Norway, Hakan leads things. Hakan is an independent iOS developer working on building the best Apps that help people. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Hakan Kutluca. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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Carriers ignore release date, sell Galaxy S5 in South Korea

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A few days ago, we reported on [South Korea's largest carrier] Three carriers were found to be willfully breaking a rule on subsidies, wherein a carrier can’t subsidize a device more than 0. Rather than issue a fine, regulators stopped them from selling phones instead — with the Galaxy S5 being launched in the middle of their blackout. It didn’t work.


Carriers have already begun selling the S5, an attempt to “make hay while the sun shines”, so to speak. The device was set to launch April 11, but the two largest carriers would see their device-sales blackout happen around that time. “SK Telecom [South Korea's largest carrier] strongly asked for an earlier release of the product but we delivered our stance that the global release date of April 11 remains unchanged” Samsung said in a statement to [South Korea's largest carrier], adding they we’re “very puzzled” about the early sales.

In a statement to [South Korea's largest carrier], SK Telecom said they began selling the device “for a wider consumer choice of handsets before our operation suspension begins on April 5”. Samsung said there were devices given to carriers early for the purpose of promotion, but they were not supposed to be selling devices ahead of the worldwide April 11 launch date. In an additional statement, Samsung said “the decision to release the device early in the Korean market was made by the mobile carrier itself, independently of Samsung.”

That’s pretty gutsy on the carriers’ part. We’ve heard of breaking an embargoed date on information, but launching a [South Korea's largest carrier] to suit your bottom line? That’s impressive.

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Announcement Of Expected Release Date For New iOS App 1ine Messenger

London, United Kingdom – 1ine Messenger has announced that the long-awaited release of its messenger application is now scheduled for late May, although this is yet to be confirmed. 1ine Messenger uses physical protection such as password protection and a very innovative way to protect your messages, yet to be described in greater detail, as well as server side protection i.e. SSL & encryption.

The application is described by the 1ine messenger team as a revolutionary messenger app based on the concept that does away with the need for physical storage of message histories, with all the security and server implications that has, making the 1ine Messenger system more secure than other systems.

Speaking about the launch, a company spokesperson said: “We are delighted to announce the expected release date of 1ine Messenger, the more realistic and secure messenger app. We are very excited about the release of this revolutionary messaging product -1ine provides a different and unique messaging experience which much more like a real conversation with the added benefit that that is secure, intuitive and above all, interesting.”

1ine will possibly integrate with Facebook, depending on user demand, and make it easy to import your friends’ contact details. It will also help you find friends who are already using the app.

1ine is the latest development by lead developer/CEO/Founder Nicolo Stewen, who is only 14. He is building the app with a small team of developers and it has been developed initially for iOS and will launch on that platform, with the app subsequently being developed for the Android operating system.

Nicolo Stewen is available for comment and more details about the product, including contact information, can be found at the company’s website.

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Located in London, United Kingdom, 1ine Messenger. is a small startup company established by Nicolo Stewen. The company focuses mainly on developing a new realistic & secure messaging service. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Coconido Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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New App Maintains Contacts Up To Date Without Cloud

Plattling, Germany – A new way of contact management arises these days: myIDkeeper is the App that keeps users connected. No matter which of their details change. No matter how long they do not interact. The contacts always stay up to date. The service doesn’t use a cloud approach for this purpose. It is integrated as seamless as possible in the OS. Therefore it works on the connected contacts of the OS address book and keeps them current.

Why is the service useful?
A lot of people feel stressed by the increasing number of communication channels. That is the case even though the basic channels still fulfill all the needs to keep in touch: calling, mailing, text messaging and real-time meetings. A reduction to those simple options is as practical as effective and time-saving. Therefore myIDkeeper combines simplicity and security with the technical possibilities. It keeps the contact data up to date as long as both participants want to.

How does myIDkeeper stand out?
myIDkeeper is not intended to become a messenger, it is a tool for secure contact transmission and recovers this data if necessary – but doesn’t store the information on servers, neither passes it on to third parties. “The users will never pay in the unofficial currencies of our generation, which are in the end time, data or attention.”, one of the co-founders of the service, Christian Vilsmaier, clears up.

Feature Highlights
* Easy handling: Creating an account only takes 10 seconds
* Transmission of the latest contact data(changes) to private and business contacts
* Deleting a contact deprives the former contact of the deleting contact as well
* Contact data is accessible as usual when the user is offline
* No filtering, tracking or ads

Supported languages:
* English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Turkey and Arabic

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 1.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
myIDkeeper 1.7 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category. There is also an Android version available on Google Play.

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myIDkeeper is a German IT-product developed by independent developers Christian and Iris Vilsmaier from Plattling, Germany. Connect people regardless of what changes in their lives happen. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Christian and Iris Vilsmaier. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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Geeksphone Revolution release date and price revealed

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Specs for the Geeksphone Revolution were confirmed [#protected_0#]. There was also some talk about the pricing and availability, however those weren’t being confirmed at the time. Flash forward till today though, and those missing details have been shared. The Geeksphone Revolution will be available for purchase beginning on February 20th.

The price will be €239, which is close to the earlier estimates. If you remember back, it was said the Revolution would be selling for a bit more than €200. This means the handset will be selling for roughly 5 in terms of US dollars.

Otherwise, as we had already known, the Geeksphone Revolution will be a dual-boot smartphone that is powered by an Intel processor. In this case that means the handset will be running Android, and Mozilla’s Boot2Gecko, aka, Firefox OS. The specifics for the processor have it listed as a dual-core 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2560.

Specs for the Revolution include a 4.7-inch IPS LCD display, 4GB of internal storage, microSD card slot (with support for cards up to 32GB), 1GB of RAM, a 2000 mAh battery, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera and an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video recording at 30 frames-per-second.

Of course, the basics such as WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, AGPS, 3.5mm headphone jack, and microUSB for charging can be expected. And lastly, the folks at Geekphone have the Revolution sitting with the following in terms of network connectivity.

  • HSPA/WCDMA: 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100MHz
  • GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz
  • HSDPA up to 21Mbps / HSUPA up to 5.76Mbps
  • GPRS Class 12 / EDGE Class 12

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GameStick to share PlayStation 4 launch date

Looking back through the GameStick news and the word delay seems to be a frequent occurrence. And well, having said that, it looks like the GameStick is suffering yet another small delay. While we could consider it nothing more than another in a series of delays, this time around the console has shown up with an interesting choice for a launch date — November 15th.

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Those more into the casual games as opposed to console games may not recognize the significance there. The 15th of November is when the PlayStation 4 will be arriving. Or in other words, we suspect the GameStick (assuming there is not another delay) will have a quiet launch. Then again, there could be some casual gamers still waiting for the opportunity to make a purchase.

Regardless though, for now it looks like the GameStick has been set for November 15th. At this time the GameStop product listing sits with a .99 price tag and reflects that same shipping date. GameStop also has listings for other accessories including the dock, case and extra controller. In this case, those are going for .99, .99 and .99 respectively.

Anyway, while we are vocal about the delays of the GameStick, it seems the Android game console market is tough for others as well. The OUYA had an interesting launch, and while that system remains available, there isn’t much in the way of chatter lately. Not to mention, we saw Bluestacks announce the GamePop (and GamePop mini) earlier in the year only to have the talk go totally quiet.

We are also watching to see what Mad Catz can do with the MOJO game console. That one was priced back in October and is expected to arrive in December and for 9.99. Otherwise, a good deal still seems to be the NVIDIA SHIELD, while not the cheapest system around, this one does have quite a bit of functionality and can play Android games locally, Android games on a bigger screen and even stream PC games though the console to a big screen.

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LG G Flex official: specs, features, release date and pricing

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The LG G Flex appeared in a variety of leaks these past few weeks, but it’s only now that LG decided to make it officially official.

As the previous leaks suggested, LG has a different flexible display concept for smartphones that Samsung’s, with the G Flex resembling certain TVs that currently have curved displays on the horizontal axis.

Specs and features

When it comes to specs and features, the G Flex is expected to offer some high-end features, including an impressive battery:

  • Weight: 177g
  • 6-inch 720p video display
  • 2.26GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 13-megapixel camera
  • 3500mAh battery

Just like the LG G2, the G Flex has the button on the back, which is another feature we’ve spotted in leaked images.

Also, interesting is the back of the display, which is apparently made of a “special protective film” that can fix itself “within minutes” after being scratched.

When it comes to custom software features to take advantage of the curved screen, it looks like LG hasn’t (yet) gone Samsung – Samsung has some special features based on tilting its Galaxy Round handset.

LG G Flex

The LG G Flex does have a tilting wallpaper and different unlocking effects when the screen is touched in different places.

But the G Flex’s purpose is to offer a better video experience – users can turn on multimedia apps directly from the lock screen – and “better ergonomics” for phone calls.

Pricing and release date

The LG flexible smartphone will hit all three major South Korean mobile operators in November, but the phone is yet to receive an international launch date.

Pricing details for the LG G Flex aren’t available at this time, but we’ll be back with more details about the handset once we have them.

Will you purchase a flexible display smartphone first chance you get?

Developing…

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Rumor: Nexus 5 release date set for October 31 (Google Play), November 7-8 (Canada)

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Google did not announce new products during its October 24 event, but the company is now rumored to soon launch its next flagship Android smartphone, the Nexus 5.

According to a tip received by MobileSyrup, the Nexus 5 will start selling on October 31 from the Google Play Store, with November 7-8 reportedly being the release date set for various mobile operators from Canada that will apparently launch the device. The carriers list for the handset includes Rogers, Bell, Telus, Koodo and Virgin.

Naturally, we’ll remind you that this is just a rumor, although we will say that this isn’t the first time we hear that October 31 may be the Google Play Store launch date for the Nexus 5.

Furthermore, the same publication posted a supposedly leaked press image for the Telus Nexus 5 not too long ago, with the image (or at least part of it – see below) being confirmed by Google’s Nexus 5 Play Store listing.

Telus Nexus 5

That said, we’ll notice that this has been rather a quiet week for Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat rumors, but we may be looking at the proverbial calm before the storm.

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Android Q&A – Note 3 vs iPhone 5s, CyanogenMod Installer release date, and more!


Hello and welcome back to Android Q&A! We had a lot of questions this last week including the CyanogenMod Installer release, whether or not one should purchase the iPhone 5s or the Note 3, and more. As always if you’d rather watch it, check the video above.


Question 1

Is Android getting better in its tablet optimized apps offering? To me, progress seems very slow. Am I wrong? – Jean-Francois Levesque

Answer

You’re not wrong but you’re not really right either. You see, it’s up to each individual app developer to ensure their app is tablet-optimized. It actually has very little to do with Android or Google itself.
Tablet-optimization is going strong. There are hundreds of thousands of apps that work and look good on tablets which is far more than the 30 or so we had 2-3 years ago. However, big players like Facebook and Twitter, who have hundreds of millions of users, still haven’t optimized their apps yet. So it can appear to be going slow, but it’s really going about as smoothly as it can.


Question 2

What do the developer options do and do they damage your phone if you use them? – Chris

Answer

The developer options are in there pretty much solely for developers to test and debug the applications they develop. There are options in there that have the potential to change performance in a bad way, but nothing so dangerous that it’ll break your device.
Mostly you’ll find options to change animation speeds, show a CPU overlay to see how hard the CPU runs, show screen touches, and a host of other stuff that is mostly useless to your average user. It is fun to play around sometimes but there is nothing there that can damage your device.


Question 3

After using a BB for 3 years, which phone should I upgrade to, the iPhone 5s or the Note 3? – Mustafa Raja

Answer

Unfortunately, I can’t answer that because I don’t know what you personally need in a smartphone. I may get trolled for this, but both devices are more than competent enough to replace a Blackberry phone so you can’t go wrong either way.

That said, you have to ask yourself what you want. The Note 3 is among the best Android devices in the world. It has a giant screen, amazing specs, the latest Android for now, and a host of features. The iPhone 5s has a much smaller screen, good specs, and it’s the best Apple has to offer. What I’d recommend is watching reviews and, if possible, go into a store and hold them both in your hand. You know what you need, you just need to figure out which one fills those needs better.


Question 4

How is the progress of Wine for Android going? Will it ever be done? – Darko

Answer

Unfortunately that’s a pretty difficult question to answer. The last time Wine made big news was about 8 months ago when it was announced, and they’ve been working on it ever since. To date, no other large announcements have been made.
According to their wiki page, there has been a lot of progress. It’s still in the development stages but the list of stuff still left to do is significantly shorter than the list of stuff already done. I can’t say for sure when it’ll be out, but they have been working on it.


Question 5

When will the CyanogenMod App be available? – Ridwan

Answer

There is no official release date for the CyanogenMod app yet. This is understandable as the CM team wants to make sure their app works very well before releasing, especially considering everything the app has to do when you run it.
That said, a number of people have posted demo videos and, at least for Nexus devices, it seems to work fairly well. I don’t want to speculate on a release date because it’s unknown how far CM wants to go with the app before it’s made available to the public.


Don’t forget that this is fueled by your questions. If you don’t ask, we can’t answer!

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LG G Pad 8.3 release date at the end of the month; priced “very competitively” [Update]

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At IFA last week, we got to spend some time with LG’s new tablet, the G Pad 8.3, and we have to say that we came out quite impressed. The G Pad 8.3 is solid and well designed, boasts a decent spec sheet, and some of its software features, like Q Pair, really add value for the user.

However, in the small tablet space (7 to 8 inches), there’s one aspect that can really make or break a device, and that is the price. The LG G Pad 8.3 will face off popular devices like the Nexus 7 (2013), which starts at 0, the Apple iPad Mini, which starts at 9, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, starting from 0. So, how competitively priced will the G Pad be?

Sources familiar with the matter told Android Authority that the LG G Pad 8.3 would be priced “very competitively”. While our sources couldn’t confirm the final price, they did say that it could be in the 0 range.

At 0, the LG G Pad 8.3 would be priced quite reasonably for what it offers: an aluminum build, a crisp Full HD LCD display, and a fast Snapdragon 600 processor. Most importantly, it would be cheaper than both the iPad Mini (2012, and probably 2013 edition) and the Galaxy Note 8. The Nexus 7 (2013) is still cheaper, but the device is not accessible internationally at a good price point, like it is in the US and the other markets where Google sells it from the Play Store.

As for the LG G Pad 8.3 release date, our sources told us to expect it “towards the end of September.” We assume that LG will go for a staged rollout, so don’t expect to see the G Pad 8.3 available in stores worldwide this September. We officially know, however, that LG wants to offer the G Pad 8.3 in 30 countries by the end of 2013, which fits in nicely with a debut in late September.

Stay tuned for more coverage, and we’ll keep an eye out as more info on the LG G Pad 8.3′s release date and pricing becomes available.

Update: While our sources report that the LG G Pad 8.3 will be “competitively priced” and could be around 0, Chinese site Zol is now reporting that the exact price will be 9. Keep in mind that LG has yet to confirm device pricing one way or another, so it’s important to treat this claim as a rumor for now. If the G Pad really does come in at 9, LG’s latest tablet could end up as a major homerun for the company.

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