05/05/2016 in category "Software & Apps" средняя оценка: 4.0 reviews 67

Pros-Cons-KeyloggingKeylogging is a technique which was first invented back in the year 1983. At that time, the use of this software was rare and only the top investigation agencies and spies could get their hands on it, but today, it is a very common feature offered by most spy apps like TheOneSpy. People use it all the time to ensure the protection of their families, businesses and the ones they care about.

Few features of using Keylogging software is as follows:

· Keylogging feature of spy apps is apt at recording every single keystroke made by using a keyboard, even if it is an on-screen keyboard.

· It also takes a screenshot of the screen when the user is typing (Usually this screenshot is taken when a button on the mouse is clicked).

· It operates discreetly, hidden from the user’s view i.e. the targeted user would never find out that his every keystroke is being recorded!


· Monitor Every Keystroke Made

The best thing about keylogging apps and the reason for its inception was to record every single key stroke made by a user on the target device. This way you can not only keep track of what the target device is being used for but also use it as evidence in legal battles.

· Protect Confidential Information

Every business has their secrets. They make certain strategies to help their business succeed and rise above their competition. However these secrets are in the hands of all of their employees. The employer has no way of knowing whether or not the employers are keeping the secrets of the company or just selling it to rival companies for some extra money. This is where keylogging software comes into play. An employer can easily track of all the employees’ e-mails, messages, etc by simply using a Keylogging software and store all the info on a secondary storage device.

· Tap into Employee’s Businesses

Do you suspect that an employee of yours is handling an ecommerce website on the side using office hardware, equipment, services and bandwidth? Well, then keylogging feature of spy apps can help you catch such an employee red handed and use the data as legal grounds for a termination. Additionally, this way you can also learn if an employee is trying to pull wool over your eyes by selling your company trade secrets to your competitors.

· Get all The Dirty Laundry

Unless you have a writer working for you, a person’s browsing history can tell you a lot about a person. Their crazy fantasies and fetishes, their like and dislikes, the kind of music that they listen to, the kind of movies they prefer, what they are scared of, you can learn everything if you know what to look for and are brilliant at putting two and two together. Additionally, it is also the way to make sure that a paedophile or a sex offender is not reverting back to their old ways if you have generously allowed one to work for you.

· Safety Concerns

Keylogging feature of spy apps are like a private investigator for parents. Using them, they can know exactly what their children are up to in minute details. It records every single key they press, every search they make on Google, every post they make on Facebook, every website they open, etc. This way you can also tell if your child is being groomed by a paedophile or a sex offender or if they are bullying or being bullied by other children.


· Zero Privacy

Keylogging apps are brilliant at weeding out even the tiniest details and are great for employers or parents, but not so much for employees and children. There are some things that children and employees like to keep to themselves. If they know that their employer or parent is keeping a very close eye on them, it may make them feel paranoid and unsafe in their own skin. The rotten eggs, wherever they are, may find ways to tiptoe around such strict monitoring but the good ones would wither under it and may suffer for anxiety and various psychological issues.

· Release of Sensitive Information

No employee in the world would want to give their employer access to their bank account passwords and credit card information, since the release of such information may potentially be the tool to destroy someone’s life. Additionally, it gives the user too much control over the target device, more so than any one person should have.

· Gives Keylogging Service Providers Free Reign

Since the data recorded by keylogging apps is stored onto the remote servers of the spy app designers, access to such information can give them a lot of power. Even though most spy app companies swear up and down that their servers are the most secure in the world, the people in the hacking world are just as notorious and if information like credit card numbers and back account passwords get into the wrong hands, it will be disastrous for the people involved.

Author Bio: Nicki is tech and digital parenting expert. She mostly covers latest technology news and monitoring apps reviews for kids, teens and employees. Her article on Facebook and WhatsApp Dangers for Teens at TheOneSpy blog got high visibility on social media networks and online digital parenting communities. Follow her on twitter @nickimarie222

05/05/2016 in category "Internet & SEO" средняя оценка: 4.0 reviews 26

IoT-MobileImagine you are in a supermarket and you can’t seem to remember what is there in your fridge. You stand there, wondering what to buy and what not. Your mobile vibrates, and it has a message from your fridge. Your fridge wants to remind you of how there is no milk and that you should probably buy milk. This is what Internet of Things can do in a nutshell and it proves how wireless technology and innovation is leaping beyond what was imagined.

To begin with, it is important to understand why Internet of Things is important. The Internet of things is slowly becoming one of the most important parts of the technological industry with analysts predicting that by 2020, 25 billion things will be connected. The impact of so many devices, network sensors and wireless access points coming online, and the huge volumes of data subsequently created, will have a dramatic effect on the marketing industry.

Mobile – The today and tomorrow

Mobile communications have changed the face of the planet. Mobile is the fastest growing technology the world has ever seen. Not just that, it also ensured dimensional changes in the economic and social platforms. Almost half of the world’s population own a mobile phone, powerful smartphones outsell “feature phones” and the predicted future growth rates are astonishing: mobile subscriptions are growing  four times faster than the global population and the four-billion mark is set to be passed in 2018.

Despite challenging economic conditions, this figure is expected to grow, driven mostly by the desire for many different industries to “connect” their machines to applications that will tap into new markets, such as, mobile healthcare and the “connected car”.

Gateway to a world of connectivity

The most important thing to understand is that Internet of Things is all about the devices and how we interact with them and the data that they produce. One may go ahead to say that the mobile is the key piece when it comes to Internet of Things. As we move around from location to location our mobile device, which is packed with sensors and numerous wireless radios, helps us flawlessly communicate with various other devices. Some of these devices might be in our homes, some our offices, some in our cars or the stores we shop in. The mobile device can bridge the gap between disconnected parts of our lives.

The mobile device is really the clear choice for our interactions with sensors and devices. Smart phones in general have become an integral part of our daily life. We communicate with them, do work using them, use them to navigate and pass free time by playing games on them.

Take the example of working in an office. Using our mobile device at work is not unheard of. Neither is it uncommon. Many of us check our emails and keep a track on our schedule using our smartphones.

But by allowing our phones to directly interact with sensors in the workplace that can be rooted into everything from the employee activity and visitor badges, it can allow us to use our phone to generate a   more technology enabled environment.

Smart phones are commonly used for navigation. The vast majority has GPS functionality and many come with points of interest built into the GPS navigation apps. It’s great to know when there is a point of interest nearby, but if the location also had sensors enabled it could send push notifications to you device as your drive or walk by.

Mobile Apps and IoT

Mobile applications have heavily influenced Internet of Things to become the next big thing. This could be majorly because an increased need for connectivity. Mobile apps are a very essential part of our day. Mobile apps started with smartphones and quickly progressed into connecting the Television too. It is obvious that mobile app connectivity is becoming far more progressive than we ever anticipated. It’s definitely urging new types of app development and ensuring that into every corner of our lives.

What’s in the future?

The new rule for the future is going to be, “Anything that can be connected, will be connected.” Through mobile connectivity, the Internet can make virtually anything more intelligent—holding great promise for our economy, our environment, our education and health care systems, our safety and our standard of living. Machine-to-machine mobile connectivity represents the next great wave of what mobile can make possible in our lives.

Author Bio: Madhu V Swamy, Co-Founder of Cumulations Technologies- Top mobile app development company in India expertise in development of androidiOS and IoT apps. Cumulations identified as one of top mobile app development company by Silicon India.  

05/05/2016 in category "Games" средняя оценка: 3.5 reviews 24


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05/05/2016 in category "Home Improvement" средняя оценка: 3.5 reviews 34

Living-in-MumbaiA home is your spot in the sun, a place where you lay down roots and raise a family. The house you buy will have 4 doors, a few windows, walls and a ceiling, no different in Mumbai, than elsewhere in the world. However, given the fact that Mumbai is amongst the world’s priciest cities in terms of real estate there are quite a few factors to keep in mind when buying a home in the maximum city.

How flexible are you with your commute time: On an average it will take an average Mumbaikar an hour to travel between office and home. Considering that the major office zones in Mumbai are either BKC, Nariman Point, Fort and Andheri, the prime consideration one needs to have is, how flexible can one be with their commute time. Remember, that the closer your home to your office (given the aforementioned 4 areas), the more expensive it is going to be. On the other hand however, if you’re willing to stretch yourself a tad bit on travel, a whole world of opportunities opens up both in size of homes and quality of life at a slightly better price range.

Educational institutions: One of the primary considerations in choosing a home must be children’s education. So you will have to factor in things like how good are the schools in the area, the medium of instruction in these schools or the proximity to reputed schools. For instance if you have chosen Matunga as a place to look for a home, you know that Don Bosco’s is a reputed school within walking distance of wherever in the area you are. Alternatively located just before Shivaji Park is Bombay Scottish, one of the city’s premier schools and easily drivable from Matunga. This makes Matunga quite a plum residential choice on this parameter.

Healthcare: This parameter is extremely important if you have older folk in the family. Quality healthcare ought to be available to your folks within a short distance of where you live. In the case of South Mumbai for instance, Saifi, Jaslok, Bombay Hospital and Breach Candy Hospitals in addition to several government hospitals and private nursing homes are available to residents.

Quality of Life: Quality of life involves tangible and intangible things that add to the experience of living in a neighborhood. For instance clean air, peace and quiet, cleanliness and other environmental factors fall into the intangible aspect of the QoL spectrum, while accesses to quality healthcare, shopping, education, close to work etc are all more tangible aspects of the QoL spectrum. QoL is the defining consideration of where to live in Mumbai, because unfortunately certain areas in the city have a better QoL than others. This also makes them premium in terms of perception and price and will affect your budget accordingly.

Living in Mumbai is both an experience and a privilege; therefore think wisely about where you want to live in the city, because more often than not, your lifestyle and indeed your budget will be dictated by the area in which you reside.

05/05/2016 in category "Education & Business" средняя оценка: 4.0 reviews 26

Free-vs-Paid-AppsPricing is a difficult task for a mobile app development company. App developers constantly debate whether to launch their apps for free or charge for them. Many opt going free as the number of downloads of apps are huge these days. Going free means you have to depend on ads and Inapp purchases for generating revenue.

There are various factors that decide the earnings an app collects from ads and purchases. We are going to talk about how these factors affect your paid or free app in terms of revenue generated.

1.    Number of users

Whether your app uses Inapp purchases or Inapp ads does not determine the earnings you make. A very small percentage of your app users will contribute towards creating income opportunities. That is why it is necessary to have an active user base so that the small percentage converts into a significant sum.

You may also want to revenue model around your app. Making your app free breaks the user’s first psychological barrier that is price. You should build a strategic revenue model to earn from advertisers and content providers. 1n 2015, the worldwide mobile app revenue amounted to $ 41.1 billion. It is only imperative that this income depends on the number of users of an app.

2.     In­app advertising

In­app advertising can be featured in various forms and placements in a mobile app. It follows the traditional advertising technique to create revenue. The rates differ for click­throughs, format of ads, origin of users and eCPM (earnings per thousand impressions). Ad videos usually pay more than static banner ads.

A professional mobile app development company can provide you the perfect strategy and run successful ad campaigns for you. You will also be able to track the earnings generated from a specific ad.

3.    Positive review equals money

There are many apps that had remained stagnant from their launch. Getting a positive review with good ratings can make your app stand out and provide opportunities of income. A favorable review makes the app trustworthy and credible and prompts increased number of downloads. Seeking positive reviews should be at the top of your agenda. You should always try to provide best user experience, which results in positive review. This is like a cycle where more downloads lead to five star ratings which again translates to higher percentage of downloads.

Useful tips

If making money is your goal, then you should follow some basic requirements to attract advertisements and users. The first is to create a unique and engaging app which users love to spend time on. Then you need to combine various suitable money making techniques along with advertising to build the perfect income strategy. 

It’s important to only display ads at regular intervals to not make app users run away. For instance, in a cricket game, you could have an ad coming up after every over. Or you could have an ad when someone opens the app.

Final Verdict

If you’re looking to develop an app, you can earn a good amount of income with ads. If you’ve a freemium app model, will help you to get a constant source of revenue. The ads that you want to include should be useful to your targeted user base. Nobody likes interrupting ads, and too much of it may force a user to uninstall the app. The key is to choose ads that go with the theme of your app. For example, if you have a gardening app, you should put ads for gardening tools and related content. Your advertisement campaign will bring no result if the ads are of automobile parts.

Ritesh-PatilAuthor's Bio: Ritesh Patil is the co-founder of Mobisoft Infotech that helps startups and enterprises in mobile technology. He loves technology, especially mobile technology. He’s an avid blogger and writes on mobile application. He works in an iPhone application development company. Android App Developers.