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There are nearly 1,360 apps for kids available in the app store. Here, we discuss the benefits of the cool iPhone apps available in the store. If we focus on some important advantages of these apps, the first thing that comes to the mind is affordability. The best iPhone apps for kids are available at extremely low prices. Parents can download 5-10 best iPhone apps at a nominal price of $10 only. The other benefit of iPhone apps is they are offered in a wide variety and different types and parents can easily find iPhone applications for kids of almost all age groups. Some of the best iPhone apps for kids are -
This is a great game, which is loved by kids a lot. It is a puzzle game which is entertaining and at the same time educational. The task of the player is to destroy the enemies i.e. pigs who steal the eggs. This is a very successful iPhone app and very popular among kids.
This Smartphone has a traditional BlackBerry keyboard with touchscreen display. This stylish looking Smartphone runs on an 800MHz single core processor with 512MB of RAM, 512 MB of ROM and 4GB internal memory. The screen is about 2.44-inch and has a resolution of 480 X 360 pixels and has 16 colors. The device has 512MB internal storage capacity, which can be increased up to 32 GB using external Micro SD memory cards. The users don’t need to worry about the internet connectivity with the phone because of the Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity options. The most things about the device is the addition of Near Field Communication ( NFC) chip.
This phone comes with GPS navigation system for finding the location. The curve 9360 has a fixed-focus 5 mega pixel camera and can record videos at 25 Frames per second in 3G format. The phone can handle MP3, AAC+, WMA, WAV audio formats and MP4 and WMV video formats. The app has pre-installed applications which include – Windows Live Messenger and GTalk, social networking sites like – Facebook and Twitter, games like – Word-mole and Brick Breaker etc. The data can be transferred via Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Micro USB 2.0.
Other than this, the device has a document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Digital compass, HTML browser, QWERTY keyboard, and optical trackpad.
As customers and service users becoming more accustomed to interacting on the Internet and touch-screen based devices, it seems logical that the consultation is now available with the online survey software with touch-screen.
Touch screen devices such as mobile phones, EPOS and self-checkout in supermarkets now seem the norm with the younger generation and find that it is accepted by the elders for their ease of use.
Traditionally, the investigations have been mainly a process of paper with customers invited to fill in the consultation document, which often lead to errors and an elaborate system. The forms of paper were then used takes place in a computer for data analysis. Online polls and surveys, especially the touch screen provide many advantages over paper-based approach.
4G simply means fourth generation in mobile technologies. It is the common name for IMT (International Mobile Telecommunications) Advanced standards defined by International Telecommunications Union (ITU). What does the standard mean to common man? It means an awesome one Gigabit per second of download speed, while you access the internet, through wireless means! When both the transmitting and receiving station are mobile, the speed is a bit less. When mobile, that is at a speed of at least 60mph, 4G offers you a download speed of 100 Megabits per second. Put more bluntly, 4G allows you to download an HD movie in no more than 30 seconds! ITU-Radiocommunications describes IMT-Advanced (4G) as a next generation network providing fast data access, unified messaging and broadband multimedia.
Now more pertinent questions, there are a lot of technologies offering high speed internet, how would one know if he/she is using this 4G stuff or not? Well, ITU has specified certain technical standards, which should be met by any technology that claims to be 4G. The specifications list the minimum data transfer rate that the proposed 4G network should have. The 4G working group has defined the following as objectives of the 4G wireless communication standard:
-A nominal data rate of 100 Mbit/s while the client physically moves at high speeds relative to the station, and 1 Gbit/s while client and station are in relatively fixed positions as defined by the ITU-R
-A data rate of at least 100 Mbit/s between any two points in the world.
-Flexible channel bandwidth, between 5 and 20 MHz, optionally up to 40 MHz.
Mobile phones are very familiar even among kids now days. Mobiles are designed in the simplest way to be easily operated even by kids. These devices have reached a high position in global marketing. To reach this peak stage, it might have crossed several stages. Those gradual evolutions are briefly explained in this article in a simple way.
The amazing idea to design a mobile was conceived in the late forties. The very first mobile technology was introduced only in taxis, ambulances, police cars etc. The first cell phones were launched in the market for public use in 1983. Motorola Company gets the credit of very first mobile launcher in the market. Those mobiles have said to be as “1G” or “First Generation” mobiles. These 1G mobiles were designed with analogue technology.
In the mid of 1990s, the second advancement took place in the mobile technology. Certain enhancements were made to overcome the criticisms of 1G mobile and a new designed mobile was marketed. These mobiles are referred to as “2G” mobile phones. These mobile phones had made a remarkable switch over from analogue to digital technology. This 2G technology were equipped with high processing speed. At this stage, the brief cased sized devices were drastically minimized.