Facebook Updates on Analytics for Apps

Facebook today launched an update to Analytics for Apps, its cross-platform analytics platform for developers who want to track how their users engage with their sites, bots and apps. The promise of Analytics for Apps is that it allows developers to better understand their audience and then use this data to better engage them through…

via Facebook updates Analytics for Apps with improved segmentation and domain-level reporting — TechCrunch

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Apple Battery Life = Trash

Don’t get it twisted…I’m #teamApple in a lot of things but iPhone is not one of them SMH.

Although I do have an iPhone 6s Plus which has been sucking ever since the release of the iPhone 7 and 7 plus. Conspiracy theory 😦 maybe smh idk or just want to know why my phone dies at 50-60% and tells me to charge it. It’s annoying and Apple needs to evaluate the issue or back to Android I go smh

Which I’m okay with I never have battery issues with the Samsung lines or htc or LG for that matter. I just love my iMessage and FaceTime it would be hard to say goodbye but I will if need be.

If you are having the same issues please comment DOWN Below!! I’m curious to hear everyone’s take on this horrible iPhone issue that I’m facing and others…I know I’m not alone.

Releases Honest Opinion

I’m very excited for the phone releases coming in March/April…

I can’t wait to see the transformed Note 7 which I really want! Which I believe will be released under a diff name because bad stigma associated with Note name. My iPhone 6s Plus is trash now unfortunately 😦   It’s been crashing at over 50% that’s not whats up. Like I need a reliable phone not a piece of garbage. I literally am staying for FaceTime and iMessage that’s it smh. The camera is not better than Samsung Galaxy models.

Samsung uses Sony camera which is top of the line for clarity and adds that natural glow to your pictures. Well Apple is clear but not better in my honest opinion. Ever notice you have to sometimes turn on the flash with Apple and it’s worse where with Samsung it’s clear without flash. Samsung also lets you edit photos before even taking it with the beautiful filter which enhances your facial beauty. Also Android is better for the person who loves to customize their phone where with Apple it cost extra for all that.

Apple has been beasty with it’s most recent updates. I hope the 7s delivers more sleekness and better design concept. So the phone is not so heavy. Unfortunately with Apple it’s not Android so no battery you can physically pull out. It was a bad idea getting rid of the headphone jack I hear they are adding it back to the new releases thank goodness. So if your battery goes dead on Apple it’s a wrap. Still curious to watch the iPhone 7s press conference though.

I love both Samsung Galaxy models and Apple iPhone products.

But if I had to choose one I’m rocking with Samsung Galaxy the battery life is just better period!! And the fact I can add memory without paying monthly is that deal by just adding a memory card.

Thanks for checking in with your girl Steffy Elaine bka Stephy E 

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Tech Review on iPad Pro 9.7 inch RD

I must say I was extremely impressed with the quality of photos and video on the iPad Pro. It was amazing and great for someone like me who edits there own videos and photos. What I loved most was the quality of the shots before even editing which was amazing to say the least. If you are looking for a great pad and camera I suggest this device. It’s simply a beast to be quite frank.

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The quality is unmatchable so kudos to apple. Way better than the iPhone 6S Plus quality. There is no blur on the photos and it’s easy not to burst photos. I loved this device so much that Now I want to buy the big version so I can watch my own Youtube Videos better. It’s also not bad in price for all it’s capabilities. I can speak high enough about this device.

Simply in Love thanks Apple for not rushing and putting out Trash! I highly recommend this product if you are into photography and video editing and picture editing.

Have A BLESSED Day. Stay HEALTHY and Wealthy and Rich in Love!

Stephy E OWT!!!

Samsung Plans to Beat Apple in Mobile Phone Sales This Year

MSU GRADUATE MAY 2012

Me: MSU GRADUATE MAY 2012

As most should know by now Samsung Galaxy S5 was released less than a month ago. It is expected to do extremely well everywhere but Samsung main focus is to take the USA by storm by dominating mobile sales which as of 2013 Apple had in the bag.

What most don’t know is in Seoul, South Korea is the headquarters of the SAMSUNG franchise and the mobile cell tower there is ran by young women. Think about it makes sense only a women would come up with the idea of steps to calculate your workout daily as well the new feature on the Galaxy S5 that monitors your heart rate based on your finger’s pulse tempature. PRETTY COOL!

Well I always been a visual learner so if you want more details go to your local cell phone store or visit the Samsung Galaxy S5 site ENJOY!

Technology Review: Cell phones in Japan

Japan leads with mobile phone technology and usage with about 75% of the population owning a cellular device. In Japanese mobile phones are called “keitai denwa” which means portable telephones. Cell phones in Japan are essentially used by everyone. The biggest mobile phone companies in Japan are NTT Docomo, au by KDDI, and Softbank (formerly Vodafone, and before that J-phone). Docomo is the most popular company with about 50 million subscribers. Au is next with about 30 million subscribers, while Softbank has about 15 million subscribers. As you can see Japan relies heavily on cellular communication. Cellular coverage is exceptional in Japan because cellular “cells” cover nearly every square inch of urban Japan and you can find service in areas you wouldn’t expect such as tunnels, subways and underground railways.

Japanese phones are unique in the way that they can read 2D barcodes known as QR codes. The phone handset can scan the barcode using its camera or other input, decode the information, and then take actions based on the type of content. The most popular usage of these QR codes is in advertising. All over Japan there are posters with the codes on and they are found extensively in magazines and even on some people’s business cards. The QR code usually has links to a web site address or email address that the phone can access, or it might contain address and telephone numbers.

Japanese cell phones are more technologically advanced and versatile than their American or European counterparts and as a result, are utilized in aspects that most cellphone users in the Western Hemisphere would only expect in Sci-Fi movies. Not only are they super lightweight and capable of displaying full color images on their LCD screens, but many offer built-in cameras for sending on the fly snap shots or even videos to your friends. Also, while web commerce has not yet caught on in North America, Japan has simplified the process to the extent that all one has to do is surf to one of the many e-commerce stores that are readily accessible, push a few buttons and the item will arrive at the consumers pre-selected destination of choice. The phone company keeps track of purchases and simply adds them to customers’ monthly bills. You can also download a wide array of games, can also check your e-mail, buy concert tickets and join an online dating service with your handset. Simplicity and a wide selection of products and services have helped account for making the mobile phone Japan’s most popular way of accessing the Web. Which is crazy to me that people prefer searching the web with their phone opposed to using a computer but maybe it’s because they like that instant access to the internet.

In Japan there are so many phones to choose from. Phones are so important there that not only is a cell phone a necessity in terms of communication and convenience but it is also an object of status. I just can’t wait for the day when some of Japan’s leading cell phone technology comes to the states.