Developer: Mobiles’ Republic
Price: Free (Price can be differ, check at AppStore)
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Every year Apple has the same feature on all iOS devices and most of us are already bored with their features. They haven’t updated much for the notification, mail, app store, lockscreen, wifi, homescreen etc.
It would be nice to see Apple adding toggle icons at the top of the notification bar, a good easy way to switch off wifi, airplane mode or bluetooth. Apple must add this feature, mobile users are missing it alot.
<<< Screenshot beside is a jailbroken iPhone 5. I added SBSettings onto the notification along with Kamera, BiteSMS, Wifi. It is a lot easier to navigate connectivity on your screen rather than accessing the Settings app, one menu by another (surely it’s very time consuming).
Throughout the AppStore many apps are paid but it’ll be good to see demo apps. Trying it out for a period of time, then buy the app outright. I have a few apps which I saw last week and I really want to try them out, too bad the app costs £13.49 it’s way too expensive to buy. You never know if the app work on your iDevice, may crash during the process of a command.
They definitely need to sort out the wifi connection even I have updated to the latest firmware on my iPhone and iPad Mini I still get the 1-2 wifi bar(s) even though my iPad 3 is getting a full bar at all times. I had to add an extra powerline adapter in the house for the sake of my iDevices.
- Adding colours to important emails or accounts.
- Search through date
Ability to change the way you unlock the iDevice such as swiping or a quick-tap.
What do I think about Blackberry Z10?
In comparing with Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5 I still think the Z10 needs more work to be done on its device. The Z10 looks so much alike as the iPhone 5 and people may mistaken it as a next gen iPhone. The casing is very sleek it feels very comfortable in your hand, there’s no problem reaching one end to another. Another thing I like is the back case it does not leave any finger prints although it attracts dust and dirt. You need time to clean the back casing however getting a case cover would do the trick. On the front and back case has a BlackBerry logo. Let’s get on with it!
Performance: Dual Core 1.5GHz with 2GB RAM
Rear Camera: 8 Megapixel with LED Flash
Front Camera: 2 Megapixel
Screen: 4.2inch LCD 1280×768 355ppi
Internal Storage: 16GB (External Storage: Up to 32GB with MicroSD)
It’s good to see BBW is doing well, still need improvement. BBW need to split up the paid and free apps. One thing I noticed you can share the app via BBM, Facebook, Twitter etc. Hopefully to see more apps in the upcoming months.
The screen consists 4 columns and 4 rows with a total of 16 apps. You can add folders by selecting an app and overlap with another.
Very neat way to unlock Z10 there is no button on the front, just swipe up from the bottom to unlock.
Very smooth indeed. So far I have not experienced any lag or slow response in touch sensitivity.
Notification (Top Bar)
Good to see toggles within the notification bar I love the fact they have the Settings app there.
Notification (Side Bar)
Swipe from the left until you see all the notifications from BBM, Text Messages, Facebook, Twitter, Calls. Very handy feature for mobile users.
A nicely layout of each setting, more user friendly than the Android version.
Right – iPhone 5
Address: 58 Pak Hok Ting St Hong Kong
Telephone: +852 2601 2111
Have not tried out their food before, but smell lovely at the restaurant.
Polite and friendly staff at Royal Park although their English wasn’t that clear. I had difficulties understanding them.
I booked a standard room over Booking.com website for £130. During checking in the hotel the staff upgraded our room into a 1-bedroom suite which usually cost £180 per night. It must have been the Amex card I’m using they’ve upgraded our room for free.
Three main points I want to let you know, firstly the internet connection is not free you have to pay at least $40 per hour for internet access. Secondly the mini fridge only consists 4 cans of drinks and no snacks, and thirdly the room smell like sewage. Which it wasn’t a big problem until we turned on the air-con at maximum to clear all that smell away. Another point I want to mention is that the bathroom, the bathtub is ridiculous small along with the shower system. It’s worse than my parent’s shower system, hardly any water inside.
Entrance/Main Room – Phone facility, dining table, desk table, large TV
Bedroom – Large TV, coffee/tea facility, fridge
Transport to Airport
Shuttle Bus (It’s actually a private hire MPV)
There is a minimum charge of HKD$140 per person, and you would need to book a time slot preferably 12-24 hours before you depart from the hotel.
Overall I enjoyed my stay at the Royal Park Hotel with my fiancee. Hopefully next time I will be sickness free so I can tour around in Hong Kong.
Price: Free (Price can be differ check at AppStore)
This game is very addictive, great job to the Fingersoft developers of this game. You may find it tricky to pass each hill just remember to brake each time you’re going down a slope. It works for me though. Collect as many coins as you can, use the coins to buy car upgrades such as engine, suspension etc. 10/10