All posts tagged: apps

What’s On My iPhone?

I‘ve been wanting to write about this topic since I’ve been seeing a lot of videos on YouTube. You may ask me why I didn’t just create a video blog like those on YouTube, well, to be honest, I am not confident with my speaking voice nor seeing my face on a video. Also, I’m not really good with editing videos. So yeah, I decided to just write it. By the way, I have a spacegray iPhone SE. (I don’t have much on my iPhone right now since I reset it to factory default, and downloaded a few apps that I normally use.)  Lockscreen I love this wallpaper that I got from Google. It reminds me of how I am excited about my Boracay trip next week. And oh, it’s pink and blue. Apps I have deleted some of iPhone’s stock apps since I don’t really use them. Let me list those apps that can’t be deleted and I usually us. Calendar I always make sure that all important events are on my calendar especially birthdays …

Blumr Puts ‘Real’ in Real-Time Technology

A Filipino-made live media application Blumr launches the world’s most precise real-time technology with it’s app features Blurt, Switch, and Trends, allowing its users to experience life as it happens and bringing them much closer to reality. Founded by ex-telco employees who have developed the world’s most robust technology on real-time transmission and communication, Blumr is a byproduct of the most millisecond-precise real-time technology that can be applied not only in media and communications, but also in other industries including banking, retail, remittance, entertainment, research and education. “Blumr’s live experience gives you a new set of emotions that is often linked with real-time interaction. It gives you joy, drama, anticipation, a feeling of uncertainty and unpredictability as you speak, just like in real-time setting,” shares Blumr Co-Founder & CEO Paolo Mendoza. On its beta release, Blumr launches Blurt, a chat-as-you-type messaging feature that allows true real-time conversations and captures real-life gestures. As a user types his message to his peer, the other party can already view every character he types. Meanwhile, Trends allows users to …

My Favorite Android Apps

There will always be these essential applications on our phone that we always use everyday. So I am sharing mine’s. I always need to transfer files from my phone to my laptop. AirDroid helped me a lot in doing it. As long as my laptop and my phone are both connected to a same wifi connection, or even phone is using data only, this app will work. But it doesn’t limit itself from transferring files. You can also manage your messages like receiving, sending and replying to sms. Cool right? Facebook. Everyone (I guessed?) uses this. So better have this app installed on your phone to get updated with your friends and post your updates as well. Calling all single gays, bisexual males, and curious men out there! Grindr is one of my favorites. Whenever I need to flirt, watch a movie and my friends ain’t free to join me, or if I’m bored, this app is always on the go. Dating is fun here also, but I don’t guarantee true love. Posting updates isn’t …