In the clouds ☁️ Chatting with the AC forums. Joe Maring 26 Feb 2021 4 Source: Hayato Huseman / Android Central In 2021, cloud storage solutions are a necessity for a lot of people. We keep taking more and more pictures on our phones, expandable storage support is becoming an increasingly rare feature, and there are countless cloud storage solutions to choose from. This creates a fun debate around which cloud storage app is truly the best. I'm personally a user of Google One , but there are plenty of other people that swear by Amazon Cloud, OneDrive, and others. VPN Deals: Lifetime license for $16, monthly plans at $1 & more Taking a look through the AC forums, here's what a few of our members have to say on the topic: B. Diddy 02-24-2021 05:33 PM If you're not interested in paying for an increased Google Drive plan through Google One, and if you have Amazon Prime, then I would also recommend Amazon Photos. The unlimited … [Read more...] about What’s your favorite cloud storage app in 2021?
...and the kitchen sink Facebook has Messenger and WhatsApp, but Instagram is one of its most overlooked messaging platforms. Michael Allison 26 Feb 2021 0 Source: Joe Maring / Android Central When it comes to messaging apps and services, there are a fair few stalwart apps you'd expect to see brought up in conversation. Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are obvious. Despite many people hating the primary platform, both offshoots have seen great commercial success and now boast billions of users. If you're messaging someone in 2021, there's a very high chance you're using one of those. Then there's Signal and Telegram, a pair of apps interlinked only by their focus on privacy and their shared desire to topple the duo at the top. Finally, there's iMessage and Google Messages, one of which has succeeded at being the default message service for all users on its platform, and the other of which hasn't gotten its message out on why you should use it. … [Read more...] about Instagram is the low-key biggest messaging app that no one talks about
To decongest ticket booking counters and to ensure smooth compliance of social distancing norms, the facility to book unreserved tickets through UTS ON MOBILE app is being reactivated by Indian Railways . Indian Railways unreserved train services are being introduced in a phased manner. In order to avoid any inconvenience to passengers in booking unreserved tickets and to ensure norms of social distancing at booking counters while purchasing the tickets, it has been decided that in addition to UTS ON MOBILE app facility available on suburban sections, the same will be reintroduced on non-suburban sections of zonal Railways. Railways has instructed that whenever unreserved train services are introduced on any zonal Railway, it should enable UTS ON MOBILE app for issuing unreserved tickets. … [Read more...] about As Coronavirus still looms larges, railways to reactivate UTS ON MOBILE app to avoid crowds at counters
New Delhi, February 26, 2021: Biopharmaceutical company Takeda India, (part of the Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited) on Friday launched an application for the management of patients with rare lysosomal storage disorders. The application named ' XPERT EASE ' is developed for the exclusive use of healthcare professionals to address awareness-related challenges and enable an efficient digital ecosystem for disease updates and dose calculation for improved management of patients with genetic diseases. Doctors' screening, diagnosis, and treatment of genetic diseases have often been identified as challenging, including advising the dosage of medicines specific to patients' individual needs. The XPERT EASE is designed to keep in mind such challenges while managing lysosomal storage disorders. XPERT EASE safeguards dosage accuracy and reduces the incidence of error, thereby helping physicians develop personalized dosing regimens tailored to their patients' specific needs … [Read more...] about Takeda launches mobile app for management of genetic diseases
BANGKOK: There have been concerns over data privacy in Thailand’s COVID-19 contact tracing app, as the country battles a new wave of infections. Despite these challenges, the authorities are trying to encourage more people to use the app, including via efforts to protect personal information. Since mid-December, Thailand has reported more than 14,000 new cases from several clusters, following months of zero local transmissions. In total, there are now more than 23,000 confirmed cases in the country. As the government attempts to control the pandemic, various lockdown measures have returned and proactive testing has been carried out in communities. To keep track of the spread of the virus, the government has encouraged people to use a state-run contact tracing mobile application called Mor Chana or Doctors Win in the local language. “I’ve never downloaded this app and never will because I don’t trust it. I feel what I risk losing isn’t worth the services I’d get from having … [Read more...] about Data privacy concerns over Thailand’s COVID-19 contact tracing app amid new wave of cases