Actually, it was an accident. I had never intended to name my domain that but due to some “mistouching” and the super buggy Internet Explorer on my phone two and a half years ago this happened.
The Nexus 6P, Galaxy S7, Lumia 950 and the iPhone 6s. Whose camera is the ultimate camera?
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Windows 8.1 and everything before it is dead. Long live Windows 10.
10,000 words. 7 videos. Everything about Windows 10 right on release date, that is, today!
Games are the best tool to pass time with when you have nothing else to do. And now that smartphones have all kinds of games, your mind can never be idle. As the saying goes,
An idle mind is a devil’s workshop.
So I have compiled a list of games that are best for you to pass time. Whether you are standing in a queue at your local supermarket, whether you are in a flight and have nothing else to do or if you are just bored and want to pass time, this list of games will keep you entertained. I have also included links to download the apps on your phone right away.
Since buying this phone, I didn’t consider it necessary to review it but I think now I should do it after spending nearly six months with it (and developing some cracks along the back cover).
Windows Phones have gone through a lot of ups and downs. Sometimes the users loved it and sometimes they didn’t. I recently read an article on Windows Central by Jason Ward where he explained about the struggles of Windows Phones in the past and also shed light on the the future plans of Microsoft regarding Windows Phones. All those Windows Phone fans out there, you’ll like the article. It is a bit long but explains a lot.
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Going by the stats (and observing the local people around me), I am getting to see more and more Windows Phones around. I guess people are finally giving WP a try. Maybe Windows Phone 8.1 has done the magic. The newest version has all those features which were wanted and were not present previously.
But since Microsoft has lifted off the money it charges to OEMs to manufacture Windows Phone, there are many cheap quality Windows Phones that are being seen in the market. The Indians here don’t care about the build quality and overall design of phones, they just ask the shopkeeper, “Android he kya?” (Translated “Is it Android?”) and that’s it. And now people are giving Windows Phones a try by buying cheap quality phones. By those I mean companies other than Nokia (now Microsoft). That would just ruin the hard earned reputation of WP.
I just recently heard a company named “Celkon” (I rarely heard about this company) releasing a cheap Windows Phone at only Rs. 4,999 ($81) off contract. It has very low specs and I am doubtful whether it would be able to handle the future updates (Microsoft has promised all WP 8 and 8.1 devices to be upgraded to Windows 10).
The OEMs (other than Nokia) don’t pay much attention to the firmware updates and its users are left stranded in between with phones running older versions. Then they start complaining about it and it degrades the reputation of the WP operating system. On the other hand, Nokia pushes out updates are soon as they are out of beta (development) for their phones and hence users get a good experience.
I am using a Nokia Lumia 520 since more than a year and till now I have had no complaints about it. It is running the latest Windows Phone 8.1 OS and I don’t regret buying it. I will use my 520 up to the point when there are no further updates available and then will consider buying the latest Windows Phone out there (of course from Nokia). People who have used my phone say that it still looks as good as new. You can even read my review that I wrote in May 2014.
Do you use Windows Phones? If yes, then tell me about your experience and if no, tell what you think about it. Feel free to share your thoughts.
My Windows Phone’s start screen customization is the thing that took me
hours a lot of time to design. And I don’t like it being disturbed once it’s set. Recently, one of my friends wanted to try out my phone stating that he never used Windows Phones before. And I gave him, unlocking it.
A few minutes later he handed it back to me and I was like, “Is this my phone?” It was completely changed. The start screen background was changed, the tiles were disoriented. I asked him about it and he said, “I was just trying it out.” Was he just trying out or was he completely familiar with Windows, I don’t know but I didn’t like. My customization represents my individuality (as Microsoft) says and I want it undisturbed.
Since then, I warn anybody who tries my phone to not change the position of any of those colourful tiles. The original is better. Always.
The Windows Phone 8.1 update roll-out has ended and almost all Windows Phones in the world have been updated to the latest version.
I think Microsoft challenged Apple in the open. Watch the video of Cortana competing with Siri.