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April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month. One of the conditions associated in some people with IBS is gluten allergy. It is a very underdiagnosed condition, so it is worth spreading public awareness about it. Gluten is a protein that can be found in wheat, barley, and rye. The disease associated with intolerance or allergy to gluten is called celiac disease. Celiac disease is an inflammatory condition of the small intestine that affects some people with a genetic predisposition. The inflammation damages the lining of the small intestine, causing many of the symptoms and deficiencies associated with gluten allergy. About a third of Caucasians are genetically predisposed to celiac disease, but not everyone gets celiac disease. Avoiding and excluding gluten usually resolves the symptoms of celiac disease. Women are twice as likely to be affected and diagnosed with celiac disease as men. Some autoimmune conditions such as type 1 diabetes, Sjogern’s disease, lupus, thyroid disease, and some adrenal diseases (Addison’s disease) are also associated with celiac disease. People who have Down syndrome also have a high chance of having celiac disease.

People classically present with symptoms of diarrhea, weight loss, iron deficiency anemia, lactose intolerance, frequent constipation, severe abdominal pain and obstruction, vomiting, and infertility. Chronic gluten intolerance leads to osteoporosis and iron deficiency anemia, mainly due to poor absorption of minerals and vitamins such as calcium, vitamin D and iron from the intestine. However, unless gluten is excluded, taking vitamins or minerals will not reverse the disease or brittle bones.

Gluten allergy can be diagnosed by blood tests, endoscopy with biopsy of the duodenal mucosa, and genetic testing. However, if you are already following a gluten-free diet, genetic testing is the only test that will show a gluten allergy.

If you have celiac disease, avoiding gluten for life is highly recommended. You should also regularly check your levels of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin D, B12, folic acid, zinc, and copper. There are many support groups for people with celiac disease and gluten allergies, as well as general public awareness and availability of gluten-free products in many major supermarkets. Visiting a dietician and/or a doctor who has experience dealing with people with celiac disease is also very effective.

If you have any of the above symptoms, make an appointment to have a gluten sensitivity test. If you don’t follow a gluten-free diet, celiac disease can be diagnosed through a blood test.

If you suffer from the above symptoms and are eating less but still not losing weight, we have 9 tips and advice for you.
Here are some tips to help you:

1. Get enough sleep at night.

You need to sleep around 5-6 hours a night to make sure your metabolism doesn’t slow down due to hormonal imbalance. Also, when you’re sleepy, you crave more foods, especially sugary ones.

2. Count protein intake per meal.

Eating salad does not give you enough calories, so you will soon be hungry. Or if you filled your plate with blue cheese and candied pecans, it will probably have as many calories as a burger and fries.

Make sure you have 3-4 oz. of lean protein with each meal to prevent sugar and carbohydrate cravings. Protein digestion will help your body use energy and burn some fat.

3. Too much exercise is not the answer.

No. To lose a pound of fat, you need to burn 3,500 calories, which can be time consuming and ineffective, so we need to focus on having a daily regimen of 75% good nutrition and 25% exercise to lose weight properly.

4. Refrain from eating a lot of high-calorie nuts?

Just because something is healthy doesn’t mean you can eat a lot of it. Switching from white bread to whole wheat, butter to olive oil, chips to nuts is good, but portion control is important as these are all high calorie substitutes.

5. Don’t eat too early in the evening.

It’s good to eat less food at night, but if a person eats at 6 pm and goes to bed at 11 pm, they may need to be careful about their calorie intake after dinner. The body may want food after 3-4 hours. So no matter how late you eat dinner, try to have less than 30% of your calorie intake after 7:00 p.m.

6. Eat snacks between meals.

To keep your metabolism at its peak, you need to drink something every 3 to 4 hours.

7.Keep a food diary.

A study shows that most people who keep a diary about their daily food intake will lose weight faster as they are more aware of what they put into their body.

8. Eat a full, high-protein breakfast.

A study shows that people who eat breakfast have a healthier weight. When you skip breakfast, your body goes into starvation mode and your metabolism slows down as a result.

9. Put on your apron and start cooking in your own kitchen.

Restaurant meals are high in hidden calories; try to eat half of your order if you have to eat out; Otherwise, try simple, healthy recipes at home where you can reduce the amount of hidden calories in your food.

Pressing a button over and over again can be boring at first, but it can be a compelling experience.

This is the context in which those buttons are used. Look at the original Super Mario Brothers: you have a direction pad, a jump button, and a run button. With just those three entries, Miyamoto and Nintendo created a genuine work of art.

Samurai Warriors 3 has an attack button, a stronger attack button, an even stronger attack button, and a jump button. I don’t think anyone is going to claim that Samurai Warriors 3 will be fondly remembered as one of the best examples of interactive media 20 years from now, but despite its simplicity, it’s a hugely entertaining game with plenty of happiness.

Samurai Warriors 3 stems from the same heritage as Koei’s vulnerable Dynasty Warriors, and will be immediately familiar to you: Taking control of one of a huge lineup of heroes, you’ll cut through entire armies and rack up over 500 kill counts in 20 increments. of minutes. Nominally, you’re fighting as part of a larger army, but in reality it’s you who’s going to be doing all the fighting.

What makes it a compelling experience is the visceral impact that the limited combos and special attacks have: there’s not a lot of variety in what you’ll do, but there’s a genuine sense of power that you’ll experience as you charge into an entire enemy unit, knowing that they are about to be scattered like leaves in a hurricane.

It helps that the game is very beautiful. Nintendo decided to step in and publish the game for English-speaking audiences, much like it did with Capcom’s Monster Hunter Tri, and just like that epic dinosaur slaughter, Samurai Warriors 3 pushes the Wii to its limits. Character models are reasonably detailed and smoothly animated, and there can be as many as 50 on screen at one time.

There’s also a lot of data processing going on in the background: units on the opposite side of the map from your character will bump into each other, and the tides of battle will ebb and flow around you. It’s an impressive effort on Koei’s part to create a battlefield that breathes on the limited capabilities of the Wii.

It also helps that the game has its roots in Japanese history. Anyone who has studied Japan’s past will recognize the names and backstories of the characters, and participating as these characters in epic battles is like taking control of Hannibal in his campaign against the ancient Romans and then decimating the entire population of Japan. Rome alone.

When launching the game for the first time, be sure to change the language option to Japanese for a more authentic experience (and to get rid of the terrible English voice actors). Don’t miss out on any of the political drama unfolding in the background and you’ll make the most of one of the game’s best features: the genuine history and culture that frames the violence.

Each of the game’s 40+ characters has their own story arc; just playing them will take you a long time, but beyond that, there’s a “create a fighter” mode, some online options, and a ton of weapons and armor to buy and upgrade. Just like Monster Hunter Tri, this game will consume your time in an amazing way.

Although you will have allies on the battlefields of Samurai Warriors 3, they are mostly brain dead and will need you to take them by the hand. It’s a little too easy to get the “game over message” because an ally that needs to survive gets slaughtered, but in addition to keeping a close eye on where those critical allies are running on the map, the amount of strategy (or thinking) that will be required of you to do is minimal.

And this is the game’s biggest flaw: while Mario has been reinvented (or at least substantially added to) with each new game, the Dynasty/Samurai Warriors formula hasn’t really changed in its many years. For anyone who has played some of these games in the past, there is nothing really new in Samurai Warriors 3. For newcomers to the series (I bet a substantial part of the Wii user base), this game is very recommendable. – As a technique to relieve stress, killing 25 digital humans per minute is second to none.

Since the Wii U’s launch on November 12 last year, it’s been at the center of some mixed reviews and much discussion about Nintendo’s current business model. It launched with some good games, but it took the entire first year to branch out and really start to get some solid, unique titles. At $349.99 for the 32GB “Deluxe” model, it has struggled to reach its target market by competing with PS3 and Xbox 360. That may not change with the upcoming Xbox One and PS4, but Wii U is seeing a drop priced at $50 on September 20, and either way it shouldn’t be ruled out just yet.

The system is a nice piece of hardware; it feels robust and not cheap, despite being slim and streamlined. Even after being on for hours, it doesn’t get hot or make much noise. It has HDMI and composite outputs (comes with an HDMI cable), an SD card slot, and 4 USB ports. The Wii U comes with 8GB or 32GB of system memory that is expandable with a USB hard drive (up to 2TB), so plenty of memory can be added if you ever need it. Being able to buy a base system with some memory and expand it that much should be cheaper than what current systems have been doing at least. Even though it has a USB slot, you can’t use SD cards to download games, that’s just for Wii stuff and saved games.

Much of the discussion and controversy is based on how it compares to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and the upcoming next generation systems. Honestly, the Wii U games look good, with very modern and clean HD graphics. new super mario u looks very strong and ZombieU (like most launch titles) it had some good stuff and some sloppy stuff in the graphics department. I haven’t experienced any framerate issues yet, which is a huge plus and more important than other parts of a game’s presentation. So is it really underpowered? On paper, yes, but remember that when the 360 ​​launched, some of its games looked like Xbox games. The Wii U has some games that resemble current PS3 games. But look how far those systems have come in 6 years: the Wii U hardware is more current than the PS3 and 360, and it shows promise. The games on the way and those released since launch have shown some very nice HD graphical presentations and can really only get better over the years. Nintendo has a knack for getting the most out of its systems, just watch. super mario galaxy on the Wii.

The actual game is very interesting and very new, and at the same time feels familiar. Most of the WiiU experience (at least for now) involves the GamePad, which provides a dual-screen experience (your TV and the screen in your hand). Every game uses this differently and it can be as complicated a dual screen experience as the DS, or just used for maps and inventory or extra buttons and/or just to allow for TV play. ZombieU he uses it primarily for inventory and maps, but it’s also used for in-game events and as a camera, all great features that help flesh out the game. It also allows mini-events, such as picking locks, to be performed on the GamePad screen while the game on the TV changes views for optimal awareness of your surroundings. nintendo land It makes use of the Gamepad with more camera control, full gameplay, secondary buttons, and as an input device. balloon ride (Based on balloon fight for the NES), has you use the touch screen to control the wind and move your character. This is a very relaxed approach and is very reminiscent of many DS games and will probably show up in many casual titles. More recent titles like Pikmin 3 used it as a map and for off-TV play; the always-ready map allowed for fast multitasking. Of course, some games may not use the GamePad at all; possibly those developers targeting more “diehard” crowds will forgo it altogether. That would be a shame; the GamePad doesn’t really slow anything down and allows for more options. But using both the Pro controller and having the GamePad sit on its stand to use for other things could be a cool feature too.

The GamePad is an impressive and comfortable controller to use. It’s not too heavy and the handles make it easy to hold, relaxed on your lap or with one hand. All the buttons (familiar ABXY) feel very responsive. The D-pad feels classic and well sized and the joysticks are very responsive and clicky when used as buttons. The shoulder buttons – not triggers like the Gamecube controller, but buttons like the classic Wii pro controller – are well done. There’s a camera built into the controller that works well, plus loud and clear speakers. Battery life isn’t an issue – by the time it runs out, you should probably let your system take a break anyway. And while the system can’t charge the GamePad, the dock with the deluxe package makes it easy to charge and looks good on screen.

The Gamepad screen is the main focus and really brings a lot to the table. It’s just as responsive as the DS and 3DS touch screens, just much bigger and with pretty good resolution. It won’t be as clear as your HDTV screen, but it won’t look sloppy either. I also found that achieving quick taps with my thumbs is easy (even with my shortest fingers). The last thing it does is function as a remote for your cable box and TV. You can change the input on your TV or turn up the volume while you play without having to get up or use another remote control.

Nintendo has finally taken a big step towards online play and connectivity with Miiverse. Sure, you have video chat and friends lists, but MiiVerse integrates everything when you turn it on or play. MiiVerse as an app is essentially where you manage your friends and your profile, but it also doubles as a giant Nintendo forum or social hub where you post Twitter-like updates and photos of your gaming experiences. It also allows you to chat with friends; hopefully later you can send him a notification when your friend replies.

While all of this is great, the best part is how it integrates directly into games. when playing new super mario u, MiiVerse upgrades may appear on the world map related to each level. Or when you’re sitting in the Mii Plaza, the Miis that appear are basically talking using the MiiVerse posts. You can even see Miis appear in games; the best example right now is on nintendo land where they walk through the square of your theme park or appear in the background of the games. MiiVerse can also be accessed on the go while playing any game, so you can always update it or see what someone else is saying about the game. When you switch to MiiVerse, your game pauses and that screen is what you can post to MiiVerse if you wish. Some games may even implement a sort of achievement system where you’re asked to post to MiiVerse when you do something cool; new super mario u does this now.

All of this is linked to and used with a Nintendo Network ID, also known as your username. This makes it easy for users to find and make friends, a big and welcome change to the deservedly maligned friend codes. Unfortunately, these IDs are tied to the console where you log them; Surely this is related to some sort of privacy and protection policy, but it’s inconvenient if your system dies or you want to upgrade to a special color edition later on. Nintendo has hinted that it will change this, but nothing has happened yet.

The Wii U is backward compatible with Wii versions, and Wii U games are compatible with Wiimotes and other Wii accessories. Compatibility features for Wii games cause you to boot into a new menu. At this point, you will be using your Wiimote and only Wii accessories. Wii games actually play in 1080p, as do all menus and everything else. I played golden eye for a while and you can see a difference, both good and bad. Some things in the game look much smoother from the top level, but bugs or ugly filters stand out more; the cut scenes looked really gross. This is because it’s a higher resolution, but it’s not playing, no new filter or anything. This is not like emulation where new rendering processes can be applied; it’s just a resolution increase. You will get good things and bad things from playing Wii games on Wii U, it depends on the game. Either way, backwards compatibility is a nice and welcome feature.

All in all, I’m pretty happy with my Wii U and feel it has a promising future even after a very slow year. My Wii had its moments of constant gaming and heavy dust buildup and even if my Wii U meets the same kind of fate, I don’t feel like my money was wasted. The system was decently priced which is only better with the recent $50 drop and has already proven that it can be a lot of fun and opens up a world of new gameplay possibilities. As the game library grows, we’ll see some fun games; if you are a social gamer and social media lover then it can be a system to check just for that. The only issues the Wii U has are a sparse library, which should improve, and the fact that, despite being a good piece of hardware, it won’t hold up as well during this next generation of games. It’s a sharp HD system, but due to the small gap in power, it will eventually go back to being a Nintendo exclusive system.

Most of the iPhone users have to put up with screen damage and related issues on one or the other. No matter how well designed and robust this device is, it is still a fragile tool in your hands. Any damage to your iPhone 5C screen will lead to a repair and installation nightmare, not to mention the high cost to your pocket. But instead of going straight to AppleCare for expensive repairs, try using a DIY iPhone 5c screen replacement kit. Let us illustrate how you can save money by using this kit to fix your broken iPhone screen.

DIY iPhone Screen Replacement Kit – Save Time
While many iPhone repairs can leave you without a phone for days or even weeks, using a DIY kit can help you avoid this communication downtime. Instead of leaving your phone in the shop and being cut off from the world, you can now repair it at home in a matter of hours, ensuring no lost communication (and for business users, no lost customers!) . Do it yourself is not a daunting task, it is easy and it saves time which also translates to saving money.

DIY iPhone Screen Replacement Kit – Save on Tools
While managing your iPhone screen repair yourself, it’s crucial to have the right tool on hand to avoid device mishaps. Therefore, you need high-quality repair tools to replace your iPhone 5C screen on your own, including a suction cup, screwdrivers, spudger tool, and more. An all-inclusive DIY kit comes with reliable tools you’ll need to replace your iPhone screen. There is no need to spend more to buy them in the market!

DIY iPhone Screen Replacement Kit – Save on Quality Parts
While AppleCare will provide you with top-notch repair parts, DIY replacement screens also come equipped with decent-quality screens and other components to repair the damage. As long as you have chosen a good quality kit, you can be sure that the replacement parts you receive will be reliable and will not cause any damage to your device. Plus, you can get them for less than half the price of a genuine iPhone 5C screen!

DIY iPhone Screen Replacement Kit – Save on Labor Costs
One very obvious reason to opt for a DIY screen replacement kit is the labor and service cost you’ll save by avoiding going to a shop and doing the task yourself. AppleCare and other repair centers will charge you a hefty fee for their services. The DIY kit, on the other hand, comes with detailed instructions and guidelines that you can follow to manage the task with ease, thus saving the amount you would have spent on hiring professionals to do the job.

Don’t worry at all! A high-quality DIY iPhone screen replacement kit will definitely allow you to repair your device without any hassle. Buy one today!

Azure is a useful platform and infrastructure for cloud computing. It has been created by Microsoft. Key purposes for using Azure include creating, deploying, and managing applications. A global network of Microsoft-managed data centers implements Azure. This ensures easy data storage and access, as well as security.

Azure benefits offered by Leo TechnoSoft

Azure development company Leo TechnoSoft offers several benefits for developing web solutions using the Azure platform when it comes to business, data, and management.

Azure business benefits

Ability to scale on demand: Azure is built to scale with your business. Load your applications as a cluster by assigning a web application to a specific set of processes.
Flexibility: Azure is easy to adapt. It offers a lot of application building blocks, along with the services that would allow you to customize the cloud as per your requirements.
Competitive cost: Azure works on a pay-as-you-go model. This lowers startup costs for small businesses. People who have signed a contract can also receive an additional business discount.
Customer Support: Azure infrastructure is now available in 19 regions around the world. It has multiple data center regions. These core regions provide (and offer) support plans in multiple languages.
Hybrid capability: Azure gives you the ability to create hybrid environments.
Pricing: Enterprise with Microsoft Enterprise Agreements receives discounts for Azure ranging from 10 to 36 percent and more. In case you don’t have a Microsoft Enterprise agreement, you can buy prepaid subscriptions; also qualifies for a discount off the on-demand price.
Azure data benefits

Azure development company Leo TechnoSoft guarantees the following data benefits for users:

Big Data Insights: The Microsoft Azure HD Insights service brings an Apache Hadoop solution to the cloud. It integrates with Excel and allows you to visualize your data in new ways, in terms of uncovering business insights that would help you succeed.
Simple and reliable data storage: Azure allows you to store (or share) any type of data in a fast and reliable environment. This includes data from files, structured data sets, or even queries.
Data security: Azure was built on the foundation of the Microsoft security development lifecycle. Based on tried and tested technology around the world, Azure has the most secure code.
Reliable backups: Azure always backs up 6 copies of your data. This backup is stored in two separate Azure data centers. This guarantees 99.9% availability of backups.
Integrative data solution: Azure integrates data across Microsoft’s entire line of PaaS and SaaS offerings.
Azure management benefits

Azure development company Leo TechnoSoft helps users manage their data storage and data access through the following management benefits:

Automation: Azure Automation would allow you to automate all your tasks in your own custom Azure environment. Offers fast build powerful integration solutions.
API Management: Azure API Management would allow you to publish APIs to your marketplace (which includes employees or customers) securely and at scale if you build and run a variety of APIs.
Easy Scheduling: Azure would allow you to create jobs on simple or complex recurring schedules.
Ability to run virtual machines: Azure allows you to deploy premium virtual machines in minutes, including Linux and Windows servers.
Collaboration and developer options: Visual Studio Online and Application Insights are available in Azure. These two features provide enhanced collaboration between your development teams in an inclusive environment.
Availability of various orchestration cluster management tools: Azure has various orchestration cluster management tools available to the user by default. These tools include Apache Mesos or Docker Swarm. Orchestrators are compatible with the Azure Resources Manager API and have ARM templates

Many of you may be big fans of Facebook and love using it on your tablets and smartphones. Serving as a great platform for you to stay connected with your family, friends, and relatives, the Facebook app is an ideal solution for staying up to date. In the recent past, many users refused to obey the company’s dictatorial decision that forces users to install the Messenger chat app to continue communicating with others.

Social media enthusiasts deliberately boycotted the mobile version of Facebook, the most downloaded mobile apps on iOS and Android, to show their fury against this biggest social network. Due to Bill Gates’ famous quote, “Whether it’s Google, Apple, or free software, we have some fantastic competitors and that keeps us on our toes,” it’s true that competition is everywhere. To fight the authoritative decision made by the company, users started downloading another third-party Facebook client and chatting directly from the custom Facebook app.

Read the article below to discover the best 5 third-party Facebook apps for Android that you can find on Google Play and explore a better, remarkable and free third-party social networking experience.

1. Quick for Facebook

Fast for Facebook is an excellent free Android app to modify the look and feel of the official Facebook mobile app. With over 7 million downloads with 100k reviews and counting, the app is the latest addition to the list of apps that manage your account. The app is specially developed to offer an absolute excellent experience. The app allows you to browse your FB newsfeed and make full use of online chat. The app also comes with the social reader feature that helps you organize your friends list and read and share all the stories from your favorite blogs or newspapers. The app is a complete package that helps you modify the colors and customize the layout of the posts. It also allows you to use a wide range of features that are not part of the official Facebook app. This lightweight app can be easily downloaded from the Google Play Store and comes with the following features:

• Create your lists of pages and friends

• Optional security PIN for added security

• Faster access to your main feed, notifications and lists

• Chat with your friends directly

• Optional additional push notification feature to keep you informed of the latest developments

• Watch YouTube and Facebook videos directly

• Excellent user interface (UI) customization

2. friends launcher

Friendcaster comes with a ton of customization options that you won’t get in any of the third-party Facebook apps. The app is efficient at supporting the obvious topic on board and gives you more control over customizing the behavior of your newsfeed. Allowing you to streamline syncing and easily share content with an external app, Friendcaster comes pre-installed with some cool features to enhance your app experience. Friendcaster is a fast, fun, and free Android app that focuses on providing a beautiful, streamlined interface with many unique features and true push notifications.

Some of the outstanding features include:

• Access to full news with six beautiful pre-installed themes

• Supports multiple accounts and basic activities like commenting, liking and sharing posts

• Quick and easy setup assistance for notifications

• ‘Zip It’ feature to hide posts from your feed

• Saved Posts allows the user to save favorite posts for later use

• Swipe through photo galleries with slideshow view

• Enjoy a conversation anywhere with threaded messages and chat

3.Flipster for Facebook

Flipster for Facebook, a third-party client, is an easy-to-use app that comes with numerous customization options to customize the font, font size, and overall theme. The app gives you direct access to all your saved Pages, Groups, Events and Messages. Serving as a great alternative to the official Facebook app, the app offers full access to the most important features of Facebook. The app is highly optimized for mobile devices therefore it loads your notifications and news at a faster rate.

Some of its interesting features are:

• 18 beautiful themes, 30 fonts and 6 font sizes

• Specially designed for mobile devices therefore supports faster loading screens

• Does not allow the website to access your private information, such as contacts, text messages, emails and calendar

• Like posts, comments and photos

• Upload/download photos from albums

• Chat and manage private messages

• Find friends, people, pages and everything else

• Use over 400 emojis in chats, comments and posts

4. Minimal news for Facebook

Minimal News for Facebook is an amazing alternative app that offers you an easy, fast and carefree entry to the social media platform. This web-based app uses an in-app browser that provides access to in-app chat and various features of the official app. Chatting with your friends is now easier with this app. Counted among the fastest timeline/news reader mobile apps with a clean and minimal design, the app is a lighter and faster alternative to other annoying and bulky official apps.

Browse through the exciting features:

• Access your app login account wherever you go

• Works well in places with poor or poor internet signal

• Stay connected with your friends without additional data charges

• View stories, status updates, timelines, images, videos, notifications and messages to organize your social life

• Allows you to preview a small version of the image without downloading it

• Chat with your friends using the emoticon-compatible Facebook Messenger feature

5.FBM for Facebook

FBM for Facebook is a third-party client that allows you to change the theme, customize the tabs, and select the content that can be displayed in each menu section. Using the written format of the Facebook mobile website, the app is a replica of the official app with some advanced features built in. The app allows you to access notifications, sync contacts and upload photos directly from any Android mobile device. Some of the built-in features within the app are:

• Full technical support

• Optimized touch UI

• Supports logging features to track your movements (GPS must be enabled)

• Allows you to upload photos

• Push notifications to keep track of your friends’ activities

Apart from the apps mentioned above, Online Notifier and SocialCamp – Facebook and Twitter, are some of the other Android apps to enhance your online experience. You can also purchase pro versions of Fastbook Pro, Fast for Facebook Pro, and other paid apps to access advanced features not included in the free versions. Don’t forget to check the developer information and user reviews before installing the app on your mobile devices.

When your business is ready to go mobile, the biggest question for business entrepreneurs is which app development platform to choose to build a business-driven app. An application development process involves a large investment considering different metrics and aspects. Any organization or business would want to invest such a large amount of money just on something that benefits the business on a large scale.

Android or iOS, which one to choose is like endless confusion! With no intention of downgrading the immensely popular Android platform, this article will point out the key reasons to opt for iOS app development. Read on and learn the reasons why most app developers suggest developing iOS apps.

The #1 Most Viable Revenue Driven Platform
This is an undeniable fact, if developed and implemented with the right strategy, an iOS app is capable of boosting your business efforts in the most positive way. A successful iOS app development would not only bring you great exposure but also give you the necessary help to get more monetary benefits. The main source of income through different iOS apps is in-app purchases. This is definitely a win-win strategy for you.

#2 Consistent and smooth user experience
In terms of natural feel, remarkable app speed and precise fixes, the iOS environment is any day the best choice! On this platform, you can develop and offer users applications that are not only intuitive but also easy to use.

Do you want the look and feel of the app to be the main selling point of your app? You should definitely go with iOS development then. For game apps, media apps, kids apps, this development process will deliver unmatched quality and impressive app reliability.

#3 A business-focused platform
This platform has its own set of unique functionalities and advanced features that will create impressive, user-friendly and intuitive applications effortlessly. More interestingly, this platform has a large loyal base due to the name and goodwill created by world renowned Apple Inc. Therefore, implementing all the modern and cutting-edge technologies using up-to-date tools would result in a successful and profitable trading application. making sure to improve business results.

Apart from the above mentioned points, the iOS platform offers developers some amazing and promising features that attract developers to do so. Go through the points mentioned below to know more.

→ Generally, iOS devices are in sync with each other. This leads to easier and faster application development.
→ Perfect to generate better income.
→ Guarantees a cheaper development cost for applications and a higher return on investment (ROI).
→ Smooth compatibility on all iOS devices.
→ State-of-the-art features like peek, iPencil support, force touch, etc. They’re available.
→ Better Security.

If this is your first time thinking of getting an app for your business, you should definitely go for iOS app development, although Android is a big name in the industry today. Why? Well, according to experts, this development ensures the following.

→ Stunning smooth experience
→ top-notch and unrivaled app quality
→ Model for in-app purchases
→ Loyal user base
→ Excellent compatibility

So, before you embark on the app development process and make any big investments, do your own research, consult experts and go for the most viable option.

Have you heard the hype about the Kindle Fire or seen commercials about Amazon’s new product on TV? People wonder what the Kindle Fire is. Being such a new product, there is not a lot of information about how it works and what the product has to offer to consumers.

Launching on November 15, 2011, Amazon’s new Kindle Fire gives you a product comparable to Apple’s iPad and other Android tablets. The most popular feature of the Kindle Fire is the price. It’s affordable, but offers many of the same features as its competitors. Since the Fire is new, many people ask what is inside the Kindle Fire. Here are some features you will find:

1. It has a web browser that allows the user to download popular apps like Hulu, Netflix, and Pandora, as well as email.

2. The Fire links to Amazon’s huge collection of books, videos, magazines and music. You can also download your own music and photos.

3. This table has a very clear and sharp 7-inch color screen. It also has 8 GB of memory.

4. PDF, Word, Excel and Power Point document files can be read on Fire.

5. On the Fire you’ll also find a Micro-USB connection, a headphone jack and two speakers. The only button on the Fire is the power button.

This is a basic overview of what you’ll find inside the Amazon Kindle Fire. Some things you won’t find are 3G wireless, cameras, microphone and GPS. It also doesn’t have a Facebook app or a Twitter app, yet. The Fire is best used for reading your favorite books, catching up on your favorite TV shows and movies, and listening to your favorite music. That’s what you’ll find in Amazon’s Kindle Fire.

The Fire is something worth looking into when trying to decide what kind of tablet you’d like to buy. It is new, so there is still a lot of research to be done to determine its pros and cons. You can find reviews of the product on the web and more reviews will be posted soon. As mentioned above, the best feature of the Fire is its price. It currently retails for $199, which is very low compared to similar products on the market right now. How successful the Fire will be remains to be determined.

Remember the video flip from Cisco Systems? Flip was one of the first and most popular products known as pocket camcorders. Flip videos were great, but since cell phones like the iPhone 4 included HD video cameras, the market for a pocket camcorder disappeared almost as quickly as it started. Well, it’s almost gone. GoPro, a pocketable camcorder made for tough outdoor environments, continues to thrive and has been since its launch in 2002.

GoPro is the main brand of Woodman Labs Inc., based in Half Moon Bay, Ca. Prior to 2002, Nick Woodman, the founder and CEO of Woodman Labs, moved back in with his parents. In an effort to get away from his parents, Nick traveled the California coast surfing and developing what is now the GoPro HD Hero.

Originally, the GoPro was simply intended to be a small, highly durable camera that Nick and his friends could take surfing and other adventures with to document their most exciting moments. While talking to people about his camera ideas, they said, “I really don’t want to buy one, but I wish my friends had one to film me with.” That’s when he stumbled upon the key to GoPro, which has made the camcorder such a success: the mounts that attach the camera to all sorts of gear and make the camera wearable and hands-free. When watching GoPro videos, you can see everything from the camera attached to a surfboard to a camera attached to a helmet mounted to the way you see the users face.

GoPro initially marketed and was well received by the outdoor sports community as a way to document the highlights of their lives. In recent years, it has expanded into the new and unexpected market of professional videographers. While GoPro takes very high-quality photos and videos, it doesn’t have all the conveniences of a professional camera and therefore wasn’t marketed for professionals. However, many high-level people in the film industry have wisely realized this special device due to its low cost and high durability in extreme situations. As of 2011, GoPros have been used in 60 television shows, including Sarah Palin’s Alaska, Myth busters, and The Deadliest Catch (to shoot crabs entering a crab pot at the bottom of the sea).

Andy Casagrande IV, a videographer for National Geographic and Discover Channel, to shoot some footage that had never been possible before, also used a GoPro. Specifically, he has obtained footage of sharks eating the camera and the inside of the shark’s mouth, placing GoPro cameras to seal off dummies.

Now I’m not sure about you, but my first contact with the Internet was in my teens, around the same time that ecstasy hit the market. Two massive phenomena that changed the way people party and communicate. Now, I’m not advocating ecstasy, but simply highlighting how they both became popular around the same time, perhaps not for the same reasons. One major difference between them, despite their popularity, is that ecstasy is claimed to damage brain cells and the Internet is argued to increase brainpower. On the other hand, one thing they do have in common is that ecstasy is said to have broken the boundaries of communication: people are loved and accepted; communication or lack thereof, depending on your trip, changed… the internet has changed the way we communicate today… surely that’s ok right?

Not everyone would agree. British professor Nicholas Carr highlights what he believes to be a negative statement about the Internet by stating that Internet use reduces the deep thinking that leads to true creativity. He also says that hyperlinks and overstimulation mean that the brain must give most of its attention to short-term decisions. The vast availability of information on the World Wide Web overwhelms the brain and damages long-term memory. This is because large amounts of stimuli generate a very large cognitive load that makes it difficult to remember something.

Steven Pinker, a psychologist, offers a counterargument that the Internet gives people more control over what they do, and that research and reasoning never came naturally to people, and claims that the Internet is actually making people more smart.

So where is the evidence?

UCLA psychiatry professor Gary Small studied brain activity in experienced web surfers versus casual web surfers. The resulting evidence suggests that the distinctive neural pathways of experienced Web users developed because of their use of the Web. Dr Small concluded: “The current explosion in digital technology is not only changing the way we live and communicate, but it is also rapidly and profoundly altering our brains.”

I guess time will tell how that will play out. One thing I will say is that it is quite shocking how quickly the internet can be picked up. For example, while working in a preschool, I observed how an 18-month-old girl, in a diaper and with a pacifier in her mouth, still without acquiring the power of speech, was able to stand in front of a computer, turn it on. and then she accesses a game that she liked to play. Her attention span exceeded her attention span for singing Humpty Dumpty; In short, she was engrossed and I might add that she was pretty good at the game. So what is this level of hand-eye-brain coordination doing to the brain synapses of a growing baby?

Again, I guess time will tell.

For now, one of the main advances of the Internet since it began to be used is its role as a social media tool.

Surely this should be fine too, right? The ability to access people from all over the world with the same interests can only improve one’s life, right? Well, not according to Evgeny Morozov, who claims that social networks could be potentially harmful to people. He writes that they can destroy privacy, noting that “insurance companies have accessed their patients’ Facebook accounts to try to disprove that they have hard-to-verify health issues like depression; employers have reviewed social networking sites to vet prospective employees; university authorities have searched the web for photos of their students drinking or smoking marijuana. He also said that the Internet makes people more complacent and risk averse. He said that because of much of the ubiquity of modern technology — cameras, recorders and the like — people may not want to act unusual for fear of getting a bad reputation. People can see photos and videos of you online, and this can cause you to act differently.

Social networking sites are also creating an element of people power that sellers have more control over than governments (unless you take a different stance and see that the government controls sellers, that’s another article!), such as Facebook and Twitter helped people organize political revolutions in Egypt, where it helped certain classes of protesters organize protests, communicate grievances, and spread information.

So it’s no surprise that in some countries social networking sites are scrutinized and filtered and in some cases banned. A few years ago, Turkey banned YouTube because someone uploaded a video saying that Ataturk (the founder of the Republic of Turkey and adorned public figure) was gay. For a country that wanted to join the EU, this was perhaps not a good step.

One thing is for sure: the Internet has brought the world closer together and this indirectly leads to changes in the way people interact with each other and how business is done compared to the pre-Internet world. In fact, the Internet has opened up many business opportunities and at the same time has made business more challenging due to the effect of global competition.

With the explosion of the internet, social media marketing is now the future of marketing,

Social networking tools like blogs, Facebook and Twitter bring them to the forefront. Geoff Livingston offers a dynamic definition of social media:

“Social media… is the democratization and socialization of information, as well as the tools to facilitate conversations online. Put another way, it’s the shift from one-way conversations to two-way conversations.”

Marketing has long been seen as distributing information to your target audience, that form of marketing is dying fast. Livingston speaks of this by distinguishing “audiences” from “communities.” And it really is a paradigm shift.

Marketers no longer have the option of treating people like audiences because people no longer have to sit back and listen. People have options.

The hard fact is that marketers no longer have the option to opt out of community dialogue. Dialogue is happening whether we like it or not. We can close our eyes waiting for them to say good things about our products and company; or we can help shape the conversation through our participation and, in turn, be shaped ourselves.

So it’s time to get on the dance floor and be part of the generation that is changing communication, marketing, brain function and probably much more that is yet to be discovered…