3 Simple Tips To Improve Your Internet Surfing Experience


There are a lot of problems that cause on social networks users anxiety and frustration such as forgotten passwords, malware, harmful, spam, publications that cause headaches and raise the pressure.

 

So here are 3 light tips to help you improve your browsing experience ..

Use Mute Option on social networks.



Sometimes on social networks is a very positive step, but of course you will not like all the publications that these friends share.
So instead of bothering to read some of your displeasing things, you can use the "Mute" options provided by social networks.

And because you do not want to have more drama when a friend is banned altogether or deleted from your friends list, you can just hide all the posts you share on Facebook by unsubscribing or muting his Twitter tweets.

Organize old accounts

 

 Many of us have multiple e-mail accounts or on social networks, but over time you will find that many accounts are no longer needed.

 It is preferable to delete your accounts that you do not use permanently, which allows you to organize your identity online and deal more smoothly while browsing.

Private browsing


 It's good to browse the Internet without recording anything you do on your browser, such as the sites you've visited or the searches you've done, to ensure a safer and more secure browsing experience.

Most browsers provide "incognito" browsing, including Google Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.

 Turn on a tab in private browsing, Use the following shortcuts: 

Ctrl + Shift + N 
Ctrl + Shift + P

ZTE launches a phone with fingerprint sensor at low price,


China's ZTE has launched a new smart phone that offers a fingerprint feature, even though it does not exceed $ 99. 

ZTE Blade Spark offers a , an Android operating system, 5.5-inch screen with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution with Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

The device comes with 2 GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage space up to 128GB with microSD memory cards.

The handset, which supports the fourth generation LTE, includes a quad-core quad-core Quad-Band Quad-Band Quad Band with a 1.4-milliabreh capacity battery. And is running version 7 "Noga" of the Android operating system from Google.


The ZTE Blade Spark, which comes in 9.65 mm thick and weighs 173.5 grams, has a 13 megapixel rear camera with PDAF support and a 4x zoom ratio and a 5 megapixel front camera.

The phone is currently available exclusively in the United States via AT & T.
 

Sticky AI application in iphone for your own Sticker post to social Media


Prisma Labs a developer  has launched a new application that allows users to convert self-portraits to Sticker posters that can be shared via messaging applications.

The new Sticky AI application is the second application of Prisma, took place during the summer of last year, thanks to  artificial intelligence technology and neural networks to transform images.


But instead of using these techniques to transform images into works of art, the STICKI Ai application comes to enable users to convert self-portraits to posters that can be used via IMGSG, Facebook Messenger, Watsapp and other messaging applications.

The company uses the artificial intelligence to help you create your own self-labels at incredible speed, the company said. The application is capable of creating static and animated stickers and keeping them as a single poster package that can easily be shared in conversations.


Once the application is opened, the user can take a new photo or import previous images from the phone memory, so the "Quickie A" will then cut the background automatically and instantly to show the user in front of a transparent background and then add filters to the images before converting them into a shareable poster. Texts and emoticons can be added with stickers.

The new application is currently available to I OS users only, and is expected to be available to the Android system in the coming weeks.
 


Click Here to install This App 

YouTube launches preview videos before you watch them on your desktop


YouTube Video Sharing Site started a new feature test that allows viewing of quick clips from any video before being viewed by the user, in much the same way as GIF animations.

"We're improving how we make video viewing decisions by launching an

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