Monthly Archive: October 2016

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Streamline your projects with Pagico 8 Task Manager (60 per cent off)

Staying on top of your to to-dos can be a challenge. Fortunately, Pagico 8 Task Manager is here to help you stay focused.[1]

This app is a one-stop resource that turns all your projects, tasks, and notes into streamlined flowcharts. For a limited time, Pocket-lint readers can get Pagico 8 Task Manager on sale for only £15.64 ($19 USD).

Using Pagico 8 Task Manager, you can easily browse, sort, and label all your projects within a single interface. You can filter through notes using tags and track how you’re doing by looking at the completion progress bar. Plus, once you’re done with a task, you can easily archive old notes and assignments to cut down on clutter.

This app also lets you create customized templates for your projects. With just a few clicks, you can clone an existing project, and use its layout to speed up future assignments. Combine this with Pagico’s Link Helper, and you can link and assign tasks at rapid speeds.

To help you stay on top of your work, Pagico sends you custom notifications even when you’re not connected to your calendar app. What’s more, Pagico lets you access your essential data anywhere, so you can stay in the know no matter where you’re going.

Pagico 8 Task Manager normally retails for £41.17, but you can save over 60 per cent off and get it on sale for just £15.64 ($19 USD).[2]

References

  1. ^ Pagico 8 Task Manager (deals.pocket-lint.com)
  2. ^ get it on sale for just £15.64 (deals.pocket-lint.com)
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Secure your media library with Shoebox Cloud Backup (83 per cent off)

You’ll never get all those photos back after a system crash–unless you’re protected by Shoebox Cloud Backup.[1]

With this cloud backup service, you can take a load off your hard drive’s back by uploading your entire media library to the cloud. For a limited time, Pocket-lint readers can get a lifetime subscription to Shoebox’s Pro plan for only £8.21 ($10 USD).

With a pro subscription, you’ll get an unlimited amount of secure cloud backup for all your photos and up to 10 hours of backup for your videos. That way, your media files will always be safe even if your computer keels over.

Shoebox Cloud Backup holds your security paramount. Boasting tough-as-nails encryption technology, Shoebox’s servers keep your personal photos and videos out of the hands of prying hackers. What’s more, you can access your files no matter where you are. Whether you’re browsing on your desktop or mobile device, you can manage your storage wherever you’re online.

With Shoebox Cloud Backup, you can free up some hard drive space while making sure your precious media files stick around even when disaster hits. Plus, you’ll enjoy peace of mind knowing your files are kept under lock and key thanks to Shoebox’s top-tier encryption technology.

A year of Shoebox Cloud Backup Pro would normally run you £49.24, but Pocket-lint readers can save big and get it for just £8.21 ($10 USD).[2]

References

  1. ^ Shoebox Cloud Backup (deals.pocket-lint.com)
  2. ^ get it for just £8.21 (deals.pocket-lint.com)
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Tales of the camera market’s demise have apparently not been exaggerated

It is no secret that smartphones have taken over much of what was once that camera market. Just as digital point-and-shoot cameras replaced the old boxed disposable film cameras of the past, they have now been replaced themselves by the phones that we carry in our pockets every day.

While all of this is happening, though, interchangeable lens cameras (ILC) have seen their share of the market grow as consumers look for the expandability, reliability, and quality of a DSLR or mirrorless camera system to complement their smartphones. Statista has a graph[1] based on data from the Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA) that shows just how far the camera market has fallen in just the last five years but it also shows the growing rise in popularity of ILC systems.

Related: Apple and Samsung dominate U.S. smartphone sales, combine for 66 percent market share[2]

The question being asked by the infographic is one of despair for the camera market in general: Have smartphones killed the camera market? Well, if you go by just these numbers, the answer to that is pretty clear, the market is nowhere near as large as it was five years ago with this year being on track to be the worst year for the camera market in more than 15 years.

Infographic: Are Smartphones Killing Digital Cameras? | Statista

It would be safe to say that dedicated cameras are now the purview of advanced amateurs and professionals, those who understand the art of photography and the need for the features, customizations, and accessories that come with a dedicated camera system.

You could also say though that interest in photography has never been higher, with more pictures being taken than ever before, and with people creating amazing art with just the camera in their phone. So while the numbers would support the claim that smartphones are killing the camera market, it is important to separate that from the interest in photography, which is clearly thriving.

Mor information on these camera sale numbers can be found over on the Statisa website, here[3].

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References

  1. ^ has a graph (www.statista.com)
  2. ^ Apple and Samsung dominate U.S. smartphone sales, combine for 66 percent market share (www.digitaltrends.com)
  3. ^ here (www.statista.com)
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Power Rangers Viral Site Launches With New Images

Meet the students of Angel Grove High.

By Alex Osborn[1]

Ahead of Power Rangers[2]‘ release next year, a viral site for Lionsgate’s mighty morphin’ movie has gone live, providing an inside look at Angel Grove High School.

The site[3], dubbed “The Roar,” features several new images. Under the “Features” tab you’ll find student spotlights for both Billy (CJ Ryler) and Trini (Becky G). Meanwhile, the “Sports” section has a spotlight for Jason (Dacre Montgomery).

Dacre Montgomery as Jason in Power Rangers, via The Roar[4]

There’s also a “Student Life” tab that features the fall fashion of Kimberly (Naomi Scott) and an on-campus shot of Zack (Ludi Lin).

Power Rangers opens in theaters on March 24, 2017. In the meantime, be sure to watch the first Power Rangers teaser trailer[5] and then check out these stunning character posters[6].

Alex Osborn is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter[7] and subscribe to his video content on YouTube[8].

References

  1. ^ Alex Osborn (people.ign.com)
  2. ^ Power Rangers (uk.ign.com)
  3. ^ site (angelgrovehighschool.com)
  4. ^ The Roar (angelgrovehighschool.com)
  5. ^ first Power Rangers teaser trailer (www.ign.com)
  6. ^ stunning character posters (www.ign.com)
  7. ^ Twitter (twitter.com)
  8. ^ YouTube (www.youtube.com)