How To Automatically Download Movie Subtitles On Android

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You will be hard pressed to find any person who uses a tablet or large Smartphone but does not use it for watching movies and videos, even occasionally! With Smartphone hardware and software technologies, improving significantly such devices are almost as capable as mainstream PCs when it comes to media playback, especially videos.

Their internal and additional storage capacities have also shot up, making it possible to store several HD flicks in a Smartphone easily. It is possible to use torrents with an Android device, making movie downloads simpler.

5 Smart Ways To Use Your Old Android Phone

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Technology has become as essential as your clothes nowadays and you would not dream to step out of your home without it. However, there is no denying that technology keeps changing rapidly, in fact, faster than most people can cope. What was cutting edge a few months back is passé now and will turn obsolete in the near future.

The same thing can be said about Android devices. These devices are loved and used by billions of users worldwide and the advent of newer and feature-laden devices makes users discard their existing products.

But just because a device gets old doesn't mean it has no more use. You can use your old Android phone in quite a few creative ways.

How to Enable and Use the Wi-Fi Calling Feature on Your iPhone 

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Wi-Fi calling is a pretty useful feature that you can activate on your iPhone. It allows you to use Wi-Fi networks to make and receive calls. This can be pretty handy if you live in an area with perpetually bad network.

However, not all iPhones have this feature. Wi-Fi calling is available just on iPhone 5S, 5C, 6 and 6 Plus that use iOS 8 or higher. If you are a Sprint user living in the U.S., you will need iOS 8.3 to activate this feature.

Everything You Need to Know About Project Fi – Google’s Wireless Carrier Network

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Google has announced its plan to start a new wireless carrier called Google Fi. The search giant released details today on its website explaining the price, compatibility and rollout of its new networks.

“Similar to our Nexus hardware program, Project Fi enables us to work in close partnership with leading carriers, hardware makers, and all of you to push the boundaries of what’s possible,” Google wrote on its blog.

The move comes after long rumors the company would move into the carrier space to offer its own mobile data experience. While it likely will not upend American cell carriers today, Google Fi does some interesting things that have a lot of promise to shake up the stale world of wireless carriers.

5 Ways to Make Your iOS or Android Phone Easier on the Eyes

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Yes we all love our smartphones. We are addicted and cannot take our eyes off our phones screen. Most of us spend a large percentage of our lives simply staring at their smartphone screens. Admittedly, the operating systems have improved over the years with each update in terms of performance as well as the aesthetics.

But over time it can get monotonous and cluttered with apps and new installs. It does not hurt to occasionally shake things up and make them look a bit different. So, let’s look at different ways you can overhaul the way your iOS or Android phone looks.

Google Your Lost Android Phone to Track its Location

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Losing a mobile phone is not uncommon and can happen to anyone. However, losing a Smartphone can really be devastating for the user. You not only lose the contacts and media content, your precious data including financial information is at stake. Not to mention the very expensive piece of hardware.

There are a few awesome options to track an Android smartphone, but Google recently unveiled a new and easier way to track a misplaced Android device. It makes locating your lost or misplaced Android device as simple as child’s play, literally.

How to Use iMessage on a Windows PC

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iMessage is both one of the most useful products I've used and proof that Apple does not understand how to provide online services. On one hand, I love that I can send texts through iMessage and SMS from my Mac and iPhone and that they sync between the platforms. On the other, I hate that my messages are only available on a Mac, and a Mac that I've signed in on.

iMessage is awesome, as long as you only use a Mac. If, like me, you find yourself on a Windows machine at work, it means no more quick access to a full keyboard for texting. Unless, of course, you're willing to make some creative changes to your iPhone.

You can actually use iMessage on Windows, Linux, Android or any platform with a web browser thanks to some cool tweaks. You can even add all your notifications on top of that. Here's how.

How to Move your iTunes Music On To Android Device

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If you have been using Apple devices until now and want to move on to Android, it is time you explored ways to beat Apple’s no-sharing policy. Apple devices are extremely restrictive of data and information contained in them in comparison to devices from other manufacturers.

On the other hand, Google lets its users download, transfer or do anything they want with their data. Therefore, if you want to move any kind of data from your apple device to any other OS or device, you need to go through some additional steps and manual configurations to bypass the limitations set by the devices.

In this guide we talk about manually transferring files using the computer or with the help of some 3rd party applications that support multiple devices.

iPhone 6 Plus Review: Awesome iPhone Experience in a Bigger Package

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You know the feeling - there is something that you like just fine, but there is one thing about it which just doesn't sit well with you - and that stops you from having that 'something'. Yeah, that feeling. That's how I felt about the previous generations of iPhones.

They are usually very fine devices - but something that never sat well with me was the size. They seemed small. Smaller than a lot of devices in the market. Smaller than my current phone. Then the iPhone 6 Plus was released. Big size & iPhone - it was a combination that I just had to try for myself.

The 7 Coolest Subreddits You’ve Never Heard Of

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There’s a lot of awesome content on reddit, and not a lot of it is in the default subreddits you get with a new account. Those tend to get clogged up with boring or crappy content that’s dumbed down to the lowest common denominator. You don’t want that stuff- it’s entertaining enough for a little while but gets old fast.

You want these subreddits. As someone approaching their third cakeday, I’ve found a ton of awesome niche areas over my three years wasted spent productively on reddit.

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