Xiaomi, The Chinese mobile maker has impressed this year with their smartphone Redmi Note 3 which offers an incredible price-performance ratio. The phone performs quite well on day-to-day tasks and wont disappoint even if you are a casual gamer. Few months back, Xiaomi pushed their latest version of MIUI 8 followed by Marshmallow update which has hit recently for many redmi note 3users. Since MIUI is a heavily customized version of android, many users are not even aware of all the features it has got. This post is around redmi note 3 but it is applicable for all mi phones which has the MIUI 8 OS.
The rise of technology in our modern times has influenced the younger generation and their way of learning by leaps and bounds. The quality of education one used to receive earlier depended on the amount of money one used to possess and all such practices has disappeared. For example, one of the most successful providers of education named Byju’s the learning app have been heard to re-engineer the face of modern education using revolutionary technology .
To provide quality education to students are not impossible any more owing to the advent of tablet PCs and smartphones loaded with educational apps that are aimed towards student learning. The edu apps are mostly preferred by students across the world to in place of books like NCERT textbooks so that they could grasp concepts in an interactive manner unlike the conventional method of learning.
Recently I bought one Xiaomi device – Redmi Note 3 from amazon and have been using this device for 1 month. I personally like MiUI due to:
1. Its immense power to customize the phone according to your way of use
2. Faster response
3. Inbuilt Theme App, Wallpapers – So easy to change the styles.
4. You can change the display settings to a level where you can actually change colours and saturation and adjust it manually.
Though this UI is pretty heavily customized and easy to use – I find lack of an app drawer which Xiaomi can consider adding in future releases. And also as an ex-HTC user I used to easily read the whatsapp notifications without opening the application so that the person in the other end does not even know whether you read the message or not. This way you can actually reply to a message if it requires, or ignore it without hurting the other person 🙂
HTC is one of the top notch players in the mobile industry and can give players like Apple and Samsung a run for its money. Apple upped the ante with the launch of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus which didn’t leave HTC behind as it launched a behemoth of its own- the HTC One M9.… Read the rest
Children now demand a smartphone at ages as young as 8. This is Generation Z we’re talking about.! kids that don’t know of a world where smartphones and high speed internet don’t exist. But this is also a time where parents need to step up and become more than just regular parents that only take care of their kids in the offline world.… Read the rest
It is a usual case that when you have a WiFi network that is not password protected, everyone around you uses the network and hogs bandwidth as they go. Of course you can simply configure a password for your WiFi to block them. But when it comes to a public WiFi network, it remains open and accessible to all.… Read the rest
In day to day life we encounter lot of situations where we want to take notes, analyse and control our expenses. Most of us probably open a note in our phone and scribble things in it. But this could be highly inefficient since we must again find our time to take these out and most things will be confusing to us as we forget about it.… Read the rest
How many of you guys think seriously about keeping a backup of your smartphone ? I know there won’t be many in number. We’re usually a bit lazy on this until something catastrophic happens. Have you ever thought about in what aspect Apple kills Android ? It is Backup. iCloud allows you to save your entire phone stuff into the online storage and this makes sure that you are never going to lose any of the apps or data.… Read the rest
There are times we have come across these terms around mobile networks in India – GPRS, E, H, H+, 3G, 4G. Yeah and one fine day a kid comes to you and asks – “What are these exactly ?” and you may reply – “Data connection icons” or “It’s the symbol of internet connection”.… Read the rest
A week ago, Google gave Chrome OS the ability to run android apps through “App Runtime for Chrome”. But it has so many limitations since only a few apps were supported. But a Canadian developer named “Vladikoff” has made an extensive and fruitful research and came up with his own custom version of the Android Runtime for Google Chrome called ARChon.… Read the rest