One of the million benefits of having a smart phone is having music on the go, whenever you want, wherever you are. Sure, your phone probably came with a preloaded music player, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t want to download a better one. Not only that, but after listening to all those tracks you might get inspired and decide to write a few tunes of your own. So we’re here with a definitive list of the best music apps around, whether you want to listen, discover, store or make music, we’ve got you covered.
We all know that top of the line mobiles these days can cost a pretty penny. With a brand new Samsung Galaxy note 4 costing you close to £650, and the 128 GB version of the iPhone 6 Plus going for well over £700, you could be spending a small fortune on a new smart phone. But believe it or not, these aren’t the most expensive mobiles that you can get your hands on. If you’ve got millions (yes, we said millions) to spend on a new gadget, then you should check out some of the models below. These are by far the most expensive mobile phones in the world!
Some of you might be old enough to remember the PDA revolution, where users (particularly big city bankers) suddenly became addicted to electronic organisers. PDAs are long gone, of course, their functions being combined into smart phones, but one legacy remains: the Samsung Galaxy Note series S-Pen. For those who remember (or even had) an electronic organiser, the S-Pen will look oddly familiar. In shape and feel it’s very similar to the old PDA stylus. But are Samsung really simply nostalgic, or is this brand new tech? We’re taking a look at the functions of the S-Pen today in more depth.
Most of us these days are familiar with the big brand name mobiles and can spot an iPhone 6 a mile away. But there are some mobiles that have gone down in history as, quite simply, classics. Whether because they were the first in a line, or just because everyone had one, you’re sure to recognise most of these models. Prepare for a little nostalgia, as we give you our list of the top ten classic mobile phones.
Our Dragons’ Den – where are they now? content looks at all 143 companies who successfully pitched for an investment on the BBC TV Show Dragons Den from Series 1 through to Series 11.
Most of us these days use our smart phone to get on the web, and the vast majority of us are still using the default internet browser that came with our phone. But you do have other choices. There are actually a lot of browser apps available for download, and you might find that one of these apps is a better way for you to get online with your phone. We’ll be honest with you and say that a lot of which browser is best for you is a matter of personal taste, but there are definitely some unique features in different browsers that might be of interest. So if you’re ready to ditch the default and you’re looking for something else, we’re here to give you an in depth look at your other choices…
With the Apple Watch release just weeks away, people are already registering to get first dibs at one of the devices. After months of rumours we’re finally getting a solid idea of what the Apple Watch is actually going to be able to do, so we’re here to tell you what’s what so that you can decide whether this is a great investment for you or not. Think you might be in the market for a little wearable tech? Then read on to find out more.
Most of us love to travel, and with your smart phone travelling is easier (and cheaper) than ever before. Don’t believe us? Then you’re going to want to download some of these awesome travel apps to make your holidays more fun and less expensive too!