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Article Phone app takes you on learning trails across S'pore
By: FENG ZENGKUN,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  04/05/2015
has a storyline, and there are also location-based quizzes and activities that make use of the phone's ability to record video and audio. "Traditionally, teachers would give out pen-and-paper worksheets for students going on a trail but, with this app, you can do creative re-enactments or ask students to record videos that explain the landmarks   (571 words)
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Article CASH IN A FLASH / Growing appeal of phone apps
By: RAUL DANCEL,   The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  19/03/2017
small amounts. A boom in mobile phone use, though, could soon change things. The Philippines is the fastest- growing smartphone market in South-east Asia. There are currently 40 million Filipinos with smartphones and that number is forecast to hit 90 million by 2021. Using Apple, Android and Facebook apps, and "digital wallets", mobile phone   (669 words)
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Online Billions of contact numbers, including that of Hong Kong govt officials, 'leaked' by phone apps
The Straits Times Online  21/11/2016
and has not authorised the app to make his or her personal information available for search. South China Morning Post reported that users agree to share their phone address book with the app companies when they download their products. In addition to this "Reverse Look-up" feature, the Sync.ME search feature merged the mobile phone numbers with Facebook   (344 words)
Article Woman falls to death while using phone map app
The New Paper  (NEWS)  28/08/2016
people A hiker's fatal fall while descending a 915m-high mountain has been blamed on using a smartphone map app instead of an actual map. University librarian Jane Wilson was killed as she and her husband Gary were looking for a safe route off Snowdonia's Tryfan peak in Wales at dusk on March   (249 words)
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Online GIF-sharing now available on WhatsApp for iPhone users
The Straits Times Online  (TECH)  08/11/2016
iPhone with 3D Touch. An integrated search engine, powered by Tenor or Giphy, has been included for users to look for available GIFs. These can be selected as "favourites" to be used again in the future. While the feature is not yet available for Android users, The Telegraph reported that this is likely to come soon as a beta version of the app already   (181 words)
Article Naggy apps the killjoy in otherwise promising phone
By: LISABEL TING,   The Straits Times  (DIGITAL)  07/09/2016
Phones As a sub-$500 phone, the Asus ZenFone 3 punches well above its weight in terms of both looks and performance. What lets it down is not hardware, but software that is unintuitive, coupled with a frustrating battery of pre-installed apps. While many mid-range phones are made out of plastic and can feel flimsy, the ZenFone 3 is solid and looks   (661 words)
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Online WhatsApp to stop running on older phones
By: FABIAN KOH,   The Straits Times Online  01/01/2017
Published on 01 January 2017 16:24:06 New year, new phone? Due to changes in technology, some users of WhatsApp may have to get newer mobile phones if they want to continue using the messaging app, according to the Daily Mail. The Facebook-owned app said it was due to older smartphone platforms being unable to handle the latest features being rolled   (249 words)
Article WhatsApp Web now available for iPhone users
By: VINCENT CHANG,   ???ME???  (LIFESTYLE)  21/08/2015
providing the feature to iPhone users. The popular messaging service recently updated its website with instructions on how to set up WhatsApp Web for the iPhone. Users have to open the WhatsApp website on their computer browser and scan a barcode using their iPhone. The feature is being rolled out to users in phases. WhatsApp has been experimenting   (199 words)
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Online Golf: App allows golfers to book a round via their phones
By: NICHOLAS TAN,   The Straits Times Online  (SPORT)  23/05/2016
booking app. Through a Visa credit or debit card, one can book a game at any tee time at any of the partner courses from Monday to Friday, through an iPhone or Android phone. The app can be downloaded for free. The app is a win-win for both golfers and clubs as it grants players access to membership-exclusive golf courses and at the same time helps   (357 words)
Picture The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  08/11/2016
no official iPhone apps, which made it easier to lure their customers to the fake apps. But the counterfeiters have also mimicked companies that do have an official presence in the App Store, hoping to capitalise on consumer confusion about which ones are real. The shoe retailer Foot Locker Inc, for example, has three iPhone apps. But that did
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