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Apple Store Offers Obscura 2 Camera App for Free

Apple Store Offers Obscura 2 Camera App for Free

Are you a iPhone user and fan of photographing? If so, you may be interested in this news: Obscura 2 is currently available for free in a limited time through the official Apple Store app. In the App Store this app still charges for $5 for downloading.

Obscura 2 is an iPhone camera app published by independent developer Ben McCarthy. It was released two month ago as the next generation of the Obscura Camera. iPhone users can have advanced manual controls through its simple interface, such as changing the focus, exposure or ISO. In addition, Obscura 2 provides a bunch of filters to style photos and allows users to shoot and save images in RAW format.

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August 3, 2018 App Promotion , ,

Mozilla Trials Firefox Monitor for Data Breach Testing


Late last month Mozilla announced a new security tool for its Firefox browser users. Labeled Firefox Monitor, this tool allows users to check if one of their accounts has been compromised in a data breach. Here’s how Mozilla explains the security tool:

We decided to address a growing need for account security by developing Firefox Monitor, a proposed security tool that is designed for everyone, but offers additional features for Firefox users. Visitors to the Firefox Monitor website will be able to check (by entering an email address) to see if their accounts were included in known data breaches, with details on sites and other sources of breaches and the types of personal data exposed in each breach. The site will offer recommendations on what to do in the case of a data breach, and how to help secure all accounts.

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July 12, 2018 Security News , , , ,

Two New Shortcuts to Scan QR Codes in iOS 12


The iOS 11 introduces a handy feature to identify QR codes through the Camera’s viewfinder. Now the iOS 12 is coming soon, and you will have more shortcuts to scan QR codes, like via the new Control Center or through the 3D Touch gesture.

In the upcoming iOS 12, Apple brings a new way to customize QR code scanning. If you have installed the public beta of iOS 12 on your iPhone/iPad, you can take advantage of the customized Control Center to scan QR codes more quickly.

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July 10, 2018 iPhone , , ,

Osx Uninstaller Review: Is It Safe to Use & Worthy to Buy?

“What is Osx Uninstaller? Do I need this tool to get the job done? Is it reliable and safe to run on my device? And does this tool deserve the price it charges for?”……

Osx Uninstaller Review

When you are seeking a uninstall tool for your Mac, you may notice a recommended software labeled Osx Uninstaller in the search result. And the aforementioned questions may arise in your mind before giving Osx Uninstaller a try. To help you make a wise decision, we will explore these questions in this software review.

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June 15, 2018 Software Review , , , ,

Google Translate Improves Offline Translations with NMT System

Two years ago Google Translate introduced the feature of Offline Translation, along with the addition of neural machine system to improve the accuracy of Google’s online translation. At that time the offline translations were phrase-based, and poorer than the online ones that use the machine learning-powered systems in the cloud.

Now Google is rolling out the offline neural machine translation (NMT) support for up to 59 languages in its Translate apps. Powered with on-device artificial intelligence, Google Translate for iOS and Android can provide high-quality translations with the downloaded offline languages when users don’t have access to an Internet connection.

Google Translate Improves Offline Translations with NMT System

According to the search giant, the NMT technology “uses broader context to help determine the most relevant translation, which it then rearranges and adjusts to sound more like a real person speaking with proper grammar”. Instead of translating piece by piece, the NMT system can translate whole sentences at a time, and as a result, the translated paragraphs and articles will be more smoother and easier to read.

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June 14, 2018 Software Update , , ,

How Could I Easily Uninstall Scratchboard on PC?

Scratchboard is a time-saving organizer that is designed to provide rapid access to your important information. Data is arranged in a “tree” structure, just like a hard drive. Text can be entered into each branch of the tree, and copied to the clipboard with a simple double-click. This makes Scratchboard perfect for quickly filling out forms. In addition to an arsenal of text editing tools, Scratchboard supports global search and replace, bookmarking, macros, spell checking, encryption, password protection, a skinnable interface, and much more. It’s time to stop using scraps of paper. It’s time to get organized with Scratchboard.


However, things can be tricky when uninstall Scratchboard on computer, because too many problems occur during the removal, I’ve already tied on many ways to remove Scratchboard, now I’ll give the most effective method to deal with it.

Uninstall Scratchboard with Control panel

In order to make sure you safely uninstall software on Windows system, follow the steps below to uninstall Scratchboard:

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June 8, 2018 Productivity Software , , ,

Facebook Announce to Remove Trending Topics Feature

Social media giant Facebook said in a statement that it’s removing its “Trending” feature to make way for “future news experiences on Facebook,” including a “Breaking News Label,” the company released a statement on June 4.


These experiences include things like a dedicated section for news videos on its video hub Facebook Watch, a breaking news label publishers can use on their posts, and a dedicated section called “Today In” which connects people to news and information from local publishers in their city along with updates from local officials and organizations.

Over 80 news publishers are currently testing the “breaking news” label, which allows them to opt to flag their Instant Articles, mobile and web links, and Facebook Live video as breaking news, the company tells us.

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MacRemover, Automatically Removal Solution for Any App on macOS

Uninstalling an app on a Mac is so easy, you might not even realize how to do it: just drag the app’s icon from the Applications folder into the trash. Can’t uninstall an app on Mac with manual way? We have the easier way for you by MacRemover, an automated tool for all unwanted apps on macOS.


It that manual way cause so many problem in computer? It might be leaving much leftover in hard drive if you using the manual means, or just fail to uninstall the target. But, remember, there is always other option to uninstall app on macOS, which is the easy way here: automated tool to remove unwanted apps.

All of you may know how to remove unwanted app on macOS sierra, let’s take a quick look on the overall procedure:

Open Finder on the left side of Dock >> Click Application on the left panel;
Find the target you want to remove in the interface >> hold and drag the icon to Trash;
Or right-click on it and choose Move to Trash;

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May 22, 2018 Security Software, Uninstall Guides , ,

Elon Musk Reveals New Tesla’s Model 3 Updates: $78,000 at the High ‘Quicker than a BMW’

On Saturday night, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, post a few Twitters about new updates about the Tesla Model 3, saying that the AWD option would add $5000 [£3700] to the $35,000 [£26,000] base price of the car in the USA, and would allow the car to reach 0-60 mph in 4.5 second, with a 140 mph top speed and a 310-mile range.

Elon Musk Reveals New Tesla's Model 3 Updates

Specifically, the CEO said that in July the Model 3 would be available with options for a dual-motor and all-wheel drive. On a normal Model 3, that addition will come at a cost of $5,000.

“Will beat anything in its class on the track,” Musk tweeted.

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Avoid macOS 10.13.4 if You are Using Duet Display, Air Display or DisplayLink


Don’t upgrade your Mac to macOS 10.13.4, at least for now, if you are heavily relying on screen sharing apps like Duet Display, Air Display or hardware like DisplayLink.

On March 29 Apple released the official version macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 for Mac users. The update is said to include various bug fixes and enhancements and the company suggests all user who are running High Sierra to install the latest update.

However, we noticed that some Mac users reported on Apple Communities forum that their screen sharing apps had problems after they installed the macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 update. Even Apple’s built-in Screen Sharing app is not an exception.

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April 8, 2018 Apple Info, USB Drivers , , , ,