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Strava Review & Rating | PCMag.com

Strava is one of the most popular fitness apps for those with a competitive edge. The app not only records your runs and bicycle rides, but also creates a competition between you and people who travel the same routes. To get all the benefits of the app and what it promises to deliver, you have to give up a lot of personal data, which has never been handled as well as it should have and quite frankly has put people…

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LevelUp Review & Rating | PCMag.com

Many of the great conveniences of modern technology involve financial transactions: Pay your bills online without mailing checks, trade stocks without a broker, do your taxes yourself with TurboTax. The LevelUp mobile payment app makes it easy to pay at participating shops and restaurants, saving you from juggling cash or even dealing with credit card swiping and signing. It also lets you place food orders ahead of time and can earn you loyalty dollars at many participating vendors, tripling its…

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How to Send iMessages on Android

The sticking point for many people switching from iPhone to Android is that you can no longer send iMessages. Sure, you can use WhatsApp or any other messaging app, but you’ll still be excluded from those group or family conversations where the participants continue to use iMessage exclusively. There are other Apple-only apps, such as FaceTime which certainly aren’t compatible with Android. There are alternatives to those, too, but if you’re determined to send real iMessages on an Android phone, there…

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How to bypass a forgotten passcode on iPhone or iPad: Hack lost code

Forgetting or losing your iPhone or iPad’s passcode (or alphanumeric password) is a serious situation, but not necessarily a disastrous one. In this tutorial we explain how to bypass and change the passcode: you’ll have to restore your device, wiping its contents, but at least you’ll be able to use it again. If you have a bit more confidence – and a legitimate reason to want to access an iPhone or iPad for which you haven’t got the code –…

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How to watch iPlayer abroad, on iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC

Want to watch BBC iPlayer abroad? If you’re on holiday outside the UK you’ll run into trouble accessing the BBC’s online streaming service, but here we show you how to watch BBC iPlayer abroad. BBC iPlayer is UK’s premier streaming service, offering a range of high-quality television and radio shows, plus movies, direct from the BBC, entirely free from advertising. The shame is that BBC iPlayer is limited to UK viewers, and – in principle – you can only watch…

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How to cut down a SIM card: Make a free nano-SIM for iPhone, iPad

All modern iPhones and iPads now use nano-SIM cards. Unfortunately, this can be a bit of a problem for anyone switching from an older device, because the nano-SIM is much smaller than the micro-SIMs and regular SIM cards used in the past. The nano-SIM uses the same tech as its larger counterparts, with the only real difference being the amount of plastic that surrounds the chip. While it’s possible for most people to call their carrier and request a new…

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Best Bitcoin Wallets: How To Keep Your Cryptocurrency Safe

Bitcoin is growing and cryptocurrency is growing along with it. They’re being used for everything from alternative ways of paying for everyday items through to long-term investment holds. If you’re already converted, a speculative spectator or even just mildly interested – one of the most important aspects of holding any asset is keeping it safe, and we’re going to tell you how to do just that with your cryptocurrency. Check out our top 10 cryptocurrencies to watch in 2018. How…

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Norton Security Deluxe Antivirus Review

Norton by Symantec is one of the most famous names in the antivirus industry. You’ll find it among our pick of the best antivirus 2018. We’ve been using the latest version of Norton Security Deluxe to bring you a full review of the security software. After a few weeks of use, it’s clear that Norton Security Deluxe is a discreet product, with few pop-ups appearing at all. Occasionally, you’ll see a message about the background scan completing, but as it…

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How to avoid iPhone data roaming charges, and how EU rules affect you

When heading off on holiday, the last thing you need is an extra worry – but if you’re not careful about data roaming charges, you could be in for a nasty surprise when your phone bill arrives at the end of the month. In this article, we show you how to avoid roaming charges when you take an iPhone abroad. As well as general phone-use tips, we discuss the EU roaming regulations which came into effect in June 2017, and…

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Sony Xperia XA2 review: A solid Sony phone at a mid-range price

We’re still waiting for a new flagship phone from Sony, which will surely arrive at MWC, but for now the company has launched the Xperia XA2, a mid-range phone first shown off at CES 2018 alongside its larger brother, the XA2 Ultra. Sony hasn’t been a market leader in the smartphone world for a little while now, but it has delivered some very solid mid-range devices. With more competition at the price point than ever before though, can the XA2…

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