Bitcoin is a phenomenon of the digital age, a currency without borders or regulation, a form of money that is totally anonymous – and, as a result, it has been taking off slowly but surely over the last five years, especially among geeks and tech-enthusiasts. If you have an iPhone then there are applications, widgets and utilities which can help you manage your bitcoin stash, send funds and keep a close eye on what the market is doing. Here’s a Top 5, hopefully with some variety, to spark your imagination and get you going with crypto-currencies.
In Super Mario Run, rally tickets are your key to participating in the toad rally. This is where you compete against other online players to collect coins, gain the support of toads, and ultimately unlock new bonus games and rewards in your Mushroom Kingdom.
After several months of waiting since Apple and Nintendo made the joint announcement, Super Mario has landed on iOS for the first time in the form of Super Mario Run. It’s the side-scrolling adventure you might expect as Mario goes on a mission to save Princess Peach from the evil Bowser.
Sprint users looking to keep a closer eye on their data usage need to look no further. And Sprint users who don’t care to track their data usage might want to listen up. It’s both easy and free to check your data usage at any time right from your iPhone. In fact, it’s highly recommended too. Keeping track of your data helps afford any overage fees or throttling, which some carriers employ to slow data speeds until the end of your billing cycle.
India is a highly cash dependent country. Where a sizeable amount of population still doesn’t have bank accounts and who save and transact purely in cash. Cash that’s accounted for. If I’d be making a list of countries on the cusp of going cashless and adapting digital transactions, India wouldn’t be anywhere near the top.
It’s important for Verizon Wireless customers to know how to check their mobile data usage throughout the month. Not only do data caps encourage monitoring, but especially those on shared family plans should keep an eye on everyone else’s habits.
T-Mobile has had a lot of data plans over the years from traditional tiered ones to Simple Choice and now totally unlimited options. Regardless of what plan you’re on, it’s good to get in the habit of checking every so often what your data usage looks like across the monthly billing cycle.
Reddit is finally updating its official iOS client to add iPad support to it. The version 2.0 update of the app will go live later today and also packs a bunch of bug fixes.
Google has not only launched a new app, but also made it possible to edit photos even more within the Google Photos app.