R-patch For i5S/5C/5/LTE iOS7.1-7.X


The world’s first, R – SIM iOS7.1 LTE patch will be released,It will make iOS7.1-7. X 3G or 4G LTE card smoothly using. Without computer,everyone can install iOS7.1 LTE patch by WIFI. R-SIM team are constantly improving our patches and developing more new software.
Compare new patch with old one,update as follow(The main problem that Rpatch activation card can resolve):

1 The Rpatch can not be installed directly on ios;7.1-7.x before,because it was blocked by Ios, and completely useless on iPhone 5 5s 5c.if it was blocked at broad,that means 3G/4G SIM card can not use on any iPhone,but the card of Global operators released almost are 3G or more,if no new Rpatch,that means the card abroad is useless.the new Rpatch are conquered the Ios7 completely,and it can stall and use in any iPhone(especially stand out in AU from Japan ,Softbank and Docomo)Rpatch is the only one and first one to support the Rpatch installed on line of Ios 7.1 system, help all 3G-4G SIM card abroad unlock and use.
2 the methods of installing Rpatch before is complicated,cos it needs connecting PC data cable and installing according PC system software,it caused inconvinece.(it needed date cable ,take pc with, install itunes and so on).even it can not install for connection problems. new rpatch can install one-click on line by connection iPhone with wifi.it’s very convenient to use.
3 The Rpatch did not support refreshing on line before,but new Rpatch integrate various software and information of the unlock card line ,so that you can master unlock card news and information,and Rpatch reserve access entry of ios:8 and ios:7.x,after new Rpatch refreshing,user can refresh on line directly.

R-SIM RPATCH For iOS7.1-7.X operation method

The first step:Connect your iPhone with WIFI(Make sure that network speed is good), and open your iPhone desktop Safari web browser(as the following picture)

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The second step:Please input LTE3G/4G USIM Cards patch address: http://www.rsim5.com/Rpatch, and please click “GO”, and then click “Install the patch immediately”
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The third step:Please click “Install”, it will show the icon”Installing….” on the desktop.

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The fourth step:After finishing the above steps, the desktop will show a blue and red icon about complete “Rpatch Tool”, and please click the R-SIM Logo icon again, And click the first “Install LTE Rpatch” in Rpatch Store installation interface,then select the corresponding models and iOS(for example you should choose 5c/5s Ios:7.1 if your iPhone is 5 s Ios7 s).PS:Navigation menu has function of the corresponding connection and updating patch in the Rpatch store.

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The fifth step:it will show the picture of activation code after click Patch for LTE, please type 12 digit Activation codes in the Activation code space, then click “OK ( PS:This activation code only is usded for the Rpatch software.It is different from the old activation code that it begins with “R” or “W” and can not useed for the old activation code software.)

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The sixth step:it will show “Success!”after type the right Rpatch code,then coick “OK”,means installation complete .(you can can arbitrarily changethe the key of Patch for LTE after installation complete,please attention : you do not need to do it again after type the right activation code. Just click the “OK”when prompted to type the activation code patches)
      

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Awesome paid iPhone apps on sale for free


These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “free,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app, you will be charged.

InstaZoom

Normally $0.99.

– Tired of not being able to Zoom your Instagram photos? –
Well now you can, Tanks to InstaZoom, you can now Zoom on all the pictures of the Instagram users you are following.
– Zoom on all the pictures in your stream.
– Easily save any picture you want.
– Share any picture after zooming on it
Enjoy.

Anchor Pointer   

Normally $1.99.

Anchor Pointer is an iPhone app, that allows you to store GPS positions and find those back using a compass. This application also allows you to meet up with friends in open areas, such as large parks without using maps, moreover it will help you to find your car at a parking lot.
FUNCTIONS
· Keep any GPS coordinates without reference to a map
· Use a compass which indicates the direction to your GPS point, distance, and the difference in altitude
· Use the function “meet a friend” in the park or any public place. Required Facebook account.
· Park and find car with one tap
· Automatic night-time interface
· Metric and imperial system for measures
A LOT OF OPPORTUNITIES
1. Add an anchor. By adding a GPS anchor, you can set the name of the current location and assign an icon to it from the predefined set of icons.
2. Favorite locations list. While accessing the list you will see all the previously saved anchors and those ones that are within 55 yd will appear in green.
3. The function “meet a friend”. If you need to meet someone in a large open space, activate “meet a friend” and establish communication with the one friend. When the connection is established, both your compasses will point at each other. The odometer you will show you how far away you are from each other.
4. Using Anchor Pointer you can save your parking position and later find your car by following the compass arrow, there is no easier or faster solution on the market!
EXAMPLES OF USAGE
Walking outdoors. Anchor Pointer allows you to save the location of places where no man has gone before, even where no detailed maps exist. For example, you can save the coordinates of the most remote location in a beautiful forest, snow-covered mountain peaks with a magnificent view, an oasis in the desert or your favorite place in the national park.
Use Anchor Pointer at sea! If you like fishing or sailing, you can save your location and come back later to the exact same point. Anchor Pointer stores the current latitude, longitude and altitude.
Anchor Pointer is also convenient in the city: save the location of favorite cafes, restaurants, hot dog shop, favorite places in parks or friends homes. Your imagination is the limit!
AUTOMATIC NIGHT MODE
Human eyes don’t see well when it’s dark around you. Blinding them with bright screen of the phone makes it hard to see the road ahead. Instead of making you decrease the brightness of the screen – we’ve created night mode in Anchor Pointer, which automatically switches to dark theme at night time.

Manually

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Normally $0.99.

Manual Focus & Custom Exposure for your iPhone Camera.
Use a beautiful interface with adjustment dial for full manual control over
Manual Focus, ISO, Shutter Speed, Exposure, White Balance and more.
– Manual Focus
Control the lens position of your camera, focus from macro to infinity
– ISO
Control the sensitivity of your camera to light
– Shutter Speed
Short shutter speeds can freeze fast-moving subjects
– EV
Fine tune the exposure by adjusting the exposure value compensation
– White Balance
Control the colour temperature of your image
– 5x Zoom
– Dial Vibration
– Sound Effects
– QUICK START GUIDE
Camera begines in full auto mode. Press I(ISO) , S(Shutter Speed),
F(Manual Focus), E(Exposure value) and use dial to adjust.
Double tap dial to change auto mode.
Shoot manually!

SnapWriter

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Normally $5.99.

SnapWriter is a quick app to adding and editing your notes in Evernote. Launch app and type your note instantly where you left off. It is an ideal for diary, journal, life log and checklists. Add checkboxes, inline photos, timestamp, reminders, bullets, tags and select notebooks.
Quick and reliable note synchronization between devices using Evernote. The app doesn’t sync all Evernote notes, but those you chose or create.
Import any your note from Evernote using UI or by just adding ‘SnapWriter’ tag to the note.
Features:
– Send your notes to Evernote quickly and sync back.
– Mutual Synchronization.
– Take and Attach multiple photos per note.
– Import existing Evernote notes.
– Evernote Reminders
– Capture Links
– Bullets
– Preserve indents on new line
– Auto checkbox and bullets on new line
– Syncing edit cursor position
– Command+S key
– Discard (Hold Save button).
– Insert checkboxes and timestamps.
– Passcode lock.
– Select and create Evernote notebooks/tags in place.
– Offline mode.
– Location support.
– TextExpander support.
– Auto-save.
– Theme choices.
– Gestures: “Undo” and “Redo” with a two-finger swipe; move cursor with one finger swipe; Close/Open keyboard with one finger swipe.
– Queue posts when offline.
– Queue indicator.
– Quick launch for typing on the go, keyboard is up by default.
– Font size options.
– Hardware keyboard support.
– Redo/Undo/Clear Buttons.
– Background sending.
– Support Chinese yinxiang.com Evernote server
– ‘Facebook’, ‘Twitter’, ‘Messages’, ‘AirPrint’ support.
– Delete or archive choices.
– Export tracking.

Boson X

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Normally $2.99.

Boson X is a fast-paced rotational runner set in a particle accelerator.
Featured as one of the Best of 2013 apps on the App Store.
“a brilliant, twitchy arcade masterpiece that pulsates with originality and heart” – Pocket Gamer, 9/10
“a massively unique take on the endless runner genre” – Gamezebo, 4.5/5
“an amazingly compelling game” – Touch Arcade, 5/5
Quantum jump from Planck to Planck as you build up speed inside an enormous particle accelerator and generate high-energy collisions to discover strange new particles. Use precise timing and fast reflexes to navigate a hazardous subatomic world where floors and ceilings don’t exist. Will you be fast enough to find the elusive Boson X?
This game contains no in-app purchases, superfluous power-ups, coins or XP systems – just deadly serious scientific research.
iPhone 3GS or newer recommended.
WARNING: Some sections of this game contain flashing lights which may cause an adverse reaction in some users.

Talking Weather alarm clock

talking weather app
Normally $2.99.

Listen the weather conditions from your bed with “TALKING WEATHER Alarm Clock”
When you go out in the morning will you take the umbrella or not? Will you dress the jacket or the shirt? Will be hot or cold today? Talking Weather Alarm will help you!
Remain in your bed, yawn and listen the app talking.
This innovative alarm clock allow you to listen weather, horoscope, latest news, calendar and many more when you stops an alarm.
#2 Top Paid app in Italy
#3 Top Paid app in France
#3 Top Paid app in Canada
#3 Top Paid app in Japan
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One of the fews alarm clock designed following the iOS 7 style.
The home page allow you to see directly the weather condition, the next alarm and the countdown to the next alarm.
Use the gesture to access the main functions of the alarms ad weather alarms section and general info.
Features:
• 5 days weather
• Weather every 3 hours
• Custom homepage with 3 interface
• Direct access to alarms
• Weekly alarms
• Custom stop alarm option
• Custom snooze alarm option
Voice:
• 10 languages
• At least 5 voice for each languages
• Weather options
• Calendar options
• Social options
• Hear type option

 

5 Tough Cases for iPhone 6


The iPhone 6 is bigger than ever, meaning you get the benefits of a large screen — an improved display and functionality — but also a greater target to crack if it’s dropped (not to mention its bendable aluminum case). This is why you might want more rugged protection with the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Here are five cases to better protect your new smartphone — bends, unexpected drops, and beer spills included.    

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 1. Best for unobtrusive protection

The Case: OtterBox Symmetry Series(Current price: $49.95 for iPhone 6 Plus case)
What We Like: It easily fit in our pocket. (And our iPhone 6 didn’t bend.)
Toughness: The Symmetry’s thin frame has just enough rubber jutting out on the front to protect the screen. Overall, it’s unobtrusive and designed to look like a form that goes over the phone rather than a case. Plus, the rubber and silicone edges give the phone a bounce when dropped dangerously on its corners .
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2. Best for outdoor use
The Case: Ballistic Hard Core Case ($60)

What We Like: That extra security that makes you feel a lot more powerful than you actually are.

Toughness: This one means business. Four pieces combine to shield your iPhone. In fact, you should probably be more worried about getting it out of the case. The main unit keeps it secure with several clasps and a screen cover. A third, tougher layer’s clip lets you carry it on your side, which might be preferable to your pockets. To round it off, a rubber exterior shell provides extra padding for drops up to 12 feet.

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The Case: Rokform Aluminum Case ($98.99)

What We Like: The mounting accessories. They make it possible to use your phone’s GPS in the car or on your bike commute without worrying about that inevitable drop. Because it’s not a question of if it’s going to happen, but when.

Toughness: California-based Rokform designed this body of tech armor with sturdy aluminum and rubber that protect your phone on all sides and edges.

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The Case: Speck MightyShell ($34.95)

What We Like: The outer edges offer some extra holding power, which will come in handy when you upgrade and first grab your phone.

Toughness: Don’t let the fun colors and thin body fool you — this case can withstand some pretty intense impact. Speck prepared the MightyShell to expect those drops down flights of stairs with a shock-absorbing casing that surrounds the phone, including the front edges of the fragile screen.

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The Case: Spigen Tough Armor Case ($35)

What We Like: Its slim design and armor-like appearance.

Toughness: The name of this case indicates serious protection — and then some. With a polycarbonate body and an intuitive design, your phone will feel safe without being in the way. Although it’s not as large as a traditional heavy-duty case, the Tough Armor houses a slim profile with an outer lip that prevents a cracked screen, which can be a hard thing to find in thinner cases.

Invisible Shield Glass Review: The Screen Protector


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Along with the rise of the touchscreen smartphone, countless third-party companies have supplied various forms of carry cases, sleeves, and protectors for the most vulnerable part of the smartphone… the screen. Although mobile manufacturers continue to invest in toughened glass, special coatings, and new materials (we’ll see sapphire screens one day, I’m sure), the trade in screen protectors is high.

It’s easy to see why. Almost every interaction on a smartphone goes through the screen. Any imperfections or damage to the screen will be seen every single day. Gorilla Glass may be strong, but it can pick up scratches and impact damage under certain circumstances. The psychological thinking is simple – it’s far easier to rip off a protector and fix on another one than it is to replace the whole phone or send it away for a lengthy or expensive repair.

Which is where Zagg comes in. Before the launch of the new iPhone 6, the company offered me a review sample of its latest product, the Invisible Shield Glass.

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As the name implies, this screen protector isn’t a bendy piece of plastic, it is a very thin layer of glass. With the requisite adhesive on one side, an oil resistant coating on the other side, the Invisible Shied is as close to the material of the iPhone 6 screen as you can get. Essentially you are covering your glass screen with another layer of glass. The principle is a simple one – any dings, dents, or scratches are going to be absorbed by this easily replaceable layer, which will have been given strength against impact damage with no consideration having to be made for any sense of rigidity or preventing flex (a compromise that any smartphone screen does have to make).

This gives the Invisible Shield Glass a natural edge against the regular screen’s strength.  The Shield does add to the thickness of the iPhone 6, but only by 0.4 millimeters. Certainly at the edge of the protector you can feel the ridge, but Zagg has bevelled the edges of this thin glass layer so it does not catch or have a sharp edge. Because of the curved edges that Apple has gifted the iPhone, the Invisible Shield will not reach out to the edge of your handset, rather it just covers the flat area of the glass.

Zagg call this approach ‘case friendly’ so any cases that reach around the iPhone 6 will not rub against the screen protector. It’s a worthy idea, but be aware it means there is very little spare width in the Shield if you misalign the Shield during the application process.

zagg_glass_03When the moment comes and the screen protector does become damaged during general use, Zagg offers a lifetime guarantee on the Shield. For the life of the device that the Shield is stuck to, Zagg will replace any worn or damaged screens (but they may ask you to cover the postage charge, and you do need to return the defective screen protector by return post).

If the addition of a screen protector is partly about peace of mind as well as the prevention of an expensive repair, then Zagg’s warranty is a layer of mental protection for the user. When you look at the $35 cost and wonder why it is much higher than other alternatives, part of the answer is that it is glass and the other part is the guarantee. You’re not buying one screen protector, you’re buying one with a workable warranty.zagg_glass_02

My review Invisible Shield Glass arrived in the days after the iPhone 6 was announced (although it is printed up for ‘The New iPhone 4.7″ ‘ – everyone knew the specs in advanced, but not the name Tim Cook would eventually plump for). Inside the package is the screen protector itself sandwiched between two protective layers, a micro fibre cleaning cloth, an alcohol-based wet wipe, and the fitting instructions.

I’ve been around the block with many screen protectors on many devices, and some can be a bit more miss than hit during the application process. I’m glad to say that Zagg’s process with the Invisible Shield Glass is painless and induces very little stress. The two backing sheets of plastic are clearly labelled, with tags to aid their removal. The top layer actually overhangs the sheet of glass, giving you two big tabs to hold onto to position the protector without having to touch the cleaned surface of the phone, or the adhesive layer on the underside of the Shield.

As mentioned above, the Shield is a bit narrower than I would hope, so you need to get it lined up as accurately as possible. The key here is to use the TouchID button and maintain as consistent a visual ring around it with the edge of the screen protector’s cutout as possible.

Once you are happy with the positioning, push down in the centre, and let a mix of surface tension and capillary action pull the Shield onto the screen with no extra work on your part. As always, the final step is to push the small number of air bubbles that form to the edge of the screen.

This was one of the easiest application processes for a protector I’ve ever done. No bubbles, no missed alignment, no fretting for hours to push bubbles out, it took a matter of minutes to complete the whole process.

Invisible Shield Glass Review: The Screen Protector


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Along with the rise of the touchscreen smartphone, countless third-party companies have supplied various forms of carry cases, sleeves, and protectors for the most vulnerable part of the smartphone… the screen. Although mobile manufacturers continue to invest in toughened glass, special coatings, and new materials (we’ll see sapphire screens one day, I’m sure), the trade in screen protectors is high.
It’s easy to see why. Almost every interaction on a smartphone goes through the screen. Any imperfections or damage to the screen will be seen every single day. Gorilla Glass may be strong, but it can pick up scratches and impact damage under certain circumstances. The psychological thinking is simple – it’s far easier to rip off a protector and fix on another one than it is to replace the whole phone or send it away for a lengthy or expensive repair.
Which is where Zagg comes in. Before the launch of the new iPhone 6, the company offered me a review sample of its latest product, the Invisible Shield Glass.
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As the name implies, this screen protector isn’t a bendy piece of plastic, it is a very thin layer of glass. With the requisite adhesive on one side, an oil resistant coating on the other side, the Invisible Shied is as close to the material of the iPhone 6 screen as you can get. Essentially you are covering your glass screen with another layer of glass. The principle is a simple one – any dings, dents, or scratches are going to be absorbed by this easily replaceable layer, which will have been given strength against impact damage with no consideration having to be made for any sense of rigidity or preventing flex (a compromise that any smartphone screen does have to make).
This gives the Invisible Shield Glass a natural edge against the regular screen’s strength.  The Shield does add to the thickness of the iPhone 6, but only by 0.4 millimeters. Certainly at the edge of the protector you can feel the ridge, but Zagg has bevelled the edges of this thin glass layer so it does not catch or have a sharp edge. Because of the curved edges that Apple has gifted the iPhone, the Invisible Shield will not reach out to the edge of your handset, rather it just covers the flat area of the glass.
Zagg call this approach ‘case friendly’ so any cases that reach around the iPhone 6 will not rub against the screen protector. It’s a worthy idea, but be aware it means there is very little spare width in the Shield if you misalign the Shield during the application process.
                                               zagg_glass_03When the moment comes and the screen protector does become damaged during general use, Zagg offers a lifetime guarantee on the Shield. For the life of the device that the Shield is stuck to, Zagg will replace any worn or damaged screens (but they may ask you to cover the postage charge, and you do need to return the defective screen protector by return post).
If the addition of a screen protector is partly about peace of mind as well as the prevention of an expensive repair, then Zagg’s warranty is a layer of mental protection for the user. When you look at the $35 cost and wonder why it is much higher than other alternatives, part of the answer is that it is glass and the other part is the guarantee. You’re not buying one screen protector, you’re buying one .zagg_glass_02
My review Invisible Shield Glass arrived in the days after the iPhone 6 was announced (although it is printed up for ‘The New iPhone 4.7″ ‘ – everyone knew the specs in advanced, but not the name Tim Cook would eventually plump for). Inside the package is the screen protector itself sandwiched between two protective layers, a micro fibre cleaning cloth, an alcohol-based wet wipe, and the fitting instructions.
I’ve been around the block with many screen protectors on many devices, and some can be a bit more miss than hit during the application process. I’m glad to say that Zagg’s process with the Invisible Shield Glass is painless and induces very little stress. The two backing sheets of plastic are clearly labelled, with tags to aid their removal. The top layer actually overhangs the sheet of glass, giving you two big tabs to hold onto to position the protector without having to touch the cleaned surface of the phone, or the adhesive layer on the underside of the Shield.
As mentioned above, the Shield is a bit narrower than I would hope, so you need to get it lined up as accurately as possible. The key here is to use the TouchID button and maintain as consistent a visual ring around it with the edge of the screen protector’s cutout as possible.
Once you are happy with the positioning, push down in the centre, and let a mix of surface tension and capillary action pull the Shield onto the screen with no extra work on your part. As always, the final step is to push the small number of air bubbles that form to the edge of the screen.
This was one of the easiest application processes for a protector I’ve ever done. No bubbles, no missed alignment, no fretting for hours to push bubbles out, it took a matter of minutes to complete the whole process.

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