The internet nowadays is everything we need to make our life more easy and luxuries. the internet has changed our lifestyle now we can do almost everything on the internet we can buy things we can sell things we make new friends over internet and lot more things. Google and facebook always trying their best to give free internet over the world so everyone can enjoy the internet for free. Now we have WhatsApp were we can call to any number in the world without with just our internet plans that just saved our lot of money.
Recently I have found an amazing app from you can earn free internet recharges for any Indian mobile network company like old Talktime apps you need install some apps and then you can earn free internet recharge easily.


I gonna share app that you can download from play store and run apps or do the easy task to get free internet recharges of Airtel, DoCoMo, Reliance,  Idea etc.
  1. Follow the given link to install app from play store Gigato – Free Mobile Data.
  2. Install and open app it will ask you to verify your number to get started.
  3. Now you can see promotions there in the main screen of the app.
  4. You have to complete given offers to get free internet recharges.
  5. As you can see in pictures you have to use install apps and use them to get free internet (Note: Make sure you have 2g, 3g data to complete the offers if you’re using WiFi you will not earn any data.)
  6. That’s all you will get free internet MB after some time and you can recharge your give number.

So enjoy free internet recharge after using this app.
How to download iOS 9 beta on your iPhone and iPad right now

There are exciting new iOS 9 features set to premier this fall, but you don't have to wait another two months to test them out.
Apple has launched an iOS 9 public beta, which gives everyone access to the iPhone and iPad update a little early. The company's instructions, however, aren't very comprehensive.
That's why we, not willing to wait for the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus release date likely in September, went through the process several times and created this handy a how to guide.
It did take a few attempts to install iOS 9 due to everyone taxing Apple's servers all at once, but the new features outweigh those temporary problems and minor beta bugs.
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iOS 9 is compatible with newer iPhones and iPads, which translates to all Apple phones and tablets that have since launched 2011.
That's good news because it means the compatibility list doesn't axe any new devices, including the iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and even the iPod Touch 5th generation.
If you devices can run iOS 8, it can also run iOS 9. Easy. This is where Apple's mobile operating system really cuts into the fragmented Android platform.
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It's very important to backup your iPhone and iPad before installing iOS 9. You never know what may go wrong with this unfinished software. It could claim the life of your photos and texts.
I recommend using a lightning cable to manually backup to iTunes instead of relying on a Wi-Fi connection. It's just faster and more reliable - as long as you don't mess with the cable.
It's a little more complicated for New MacBook 2015 owners who have to resort to a USB Type C adapter, but it's well worth the extra effort just in case.
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Plug your iPhone or iPad into a computer, open up iTunes if it doesn't automatically launch and select the tiny iPhone icon in the top left of Apple's terribly designed music software.
iTunes' iPhone menu includes a "Backup" pane in the middle of this page. Select the "This computer" radio button instead of iCloud for the most secure backup method. You can switch it back afterward.
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Press the "Backup Now" button on the right to manually backup your software. Backing up all of the apps on from your phone or tablet is optional and less important. I do it every once in a while.
Once the backup process completes its four main steps, you can check and archive it in the Preferences menu. Click on File in the top menu, Preferences, the Devices tab and right click on the latest backup.
Select "Archive" to isolate these files so that it's not replaced by future backups. If you're extra cautious: You can click "Show in Finder" to locate the folder (with a funny gibberish name) and drop it into an external hard drive.
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad
Apple requires downloading and installing an iOS 9 beta profile in order to get the new operating system up and running, and it's rather simple.
Select Download Profile from via your device's Safari mobile browser. It won't work on Chrome or any other browser from the App Store. I tried.
You may have to log into your Apple account in order to access this page. You'll know it works once it asks you to "Choose a Device" in a menu. Select iPhone or iPad. Installing it on Apple Watch does nothing at the moment since there's no WatchOS 2 public beta.
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad
Select "Install" in the top right corner of the iOS 9 beta software profile menu and enter your phone or tablet's passcode. Agree to the Consent form you'll never actually read and hit Install.
A restart is required in order to apply the changes, so select "Restart" in order to make that happen. The profile is now installed and you're ready to update to iOS 9.
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPadOnce your iPhone or iPad restarts, everything looks the same. That's because you're still running iOS 8.
Navigate to the Settings menu, select General, Software Update and you'll see iOS 9 Public Beta 1. Download and install this 1.4 GB file, which thankfully requires less free space than iOS 8's 4.6 GB.
This prompts you for your passcode once more and asks you to read over Terms and Conditions you'll blindly agree to, anyway.
You may see "Update Requested..." and have to wait several minutes for Apple's servers to deliver the beta firmware update.
That took me 6 minutes, while the download over Wi-Fi took 22 minutes (it had said "35 minutes remaining" at first).
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad
With the iOS 9 beta downloaded onto your device, you'll see a prompt to install the software update. It'll automatically install in 10 seconds if you don't select Later or Update first.
It'll read "Verifying update..." and don't be alarmed if it fails. My first four iOS 9 beta install attempts came back with "Unable to Install Update," telling me "An error occurred install iOS 9 Beta 1."
After three increasingly nervous attempts at hitting Install Now, the verification finally went through and my iPhone restarted on its own.
The install and restart took a full 19 minutes, leaving me with the all-too-familiar iOS update white screen until it completed.
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad
You're almost there. Continue through the Update Completed menu, log into iCloud with your Apple ID, decide whether or not to share app developers and you're done.
There are many subtle new iOS 9 features that you won't see at first. This isn't a full blown refresh like iOS 7 was, and isn't as feature-rich as iOS 8.
However, you will notice a big change to the Spotlight Search menu that lies to the left of the home screens, and you can enable new Siri suggestions, nearby attractions and news items.
Apple News is also a new app that can be set up, and it works almost exactly like Flipboard. You can select topics and publications you like and read news delivered in a stylish format.
You can read all about the new iOS 9 features that are found within this beta or set to arrive in the final version alongside iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
download iOS 9 for iPhone and iPad
There are a number of problems you may run into when installing the iOS 9 public beta. We ran into a number of them ourselves on both the iPhone and iPad.
At first, Apple's servers took forever to deliver the install file. Downloading it on an iPhone during non-peak hours helped alleviate this problem. Failed verification presented the same issue.
Don't fret if the iOS 9 update takes up to a half hour to install and restart your device. That's normal too.
What simply waiting a few minutes can't fix are the inevitable bugs you'll see with the iOS 9 public beta, too. A few app crashes and design glitches define being an early adopter.
LG launches the G4 Stylus in India for Rs 24,990

The LG G4 Stylus was revealed to be launching soon by a Mumbai based retailer last week. The smartphone has now gone official in the country, thanks to a listing on LG India's site.

The handset is yet to be announced by LG however, although we're expecting a press release to pop up sometime soon. The pricing of Rs 24,990 quoted on the company's website is the same as what was mentioned in the previous report. The smartphone should be up for grabs from online and retail outlets across the country over the coming weeks.

As the device is sold by a major manufacturer, we don't expect there to be any sort of exclusivity. The G4 Stylus is very identical to the LG G4 in terms of appearance and that's where the similarities end. The handset comes with a slightly larger display as well, albeit with a lowered resolution.

The addition of a stylus will come with a couple of handy software related features, although one can't expect features like we see on Samsung's Galaxy Note lineup here.

LG India is expected to bundle some exclusive software features along with the handset, which is a nice perk to have for a midrange device of this caliber. The G4 Stylus will be sold in Metallic Silver and Floral White color variants during launch.

Hardware specifications of the LG G4 Stylus:

5.7-inch 720p display
9.4mm thickness
163 grams
13MP rear camera
5MP front camera
1.2 GHz quad core Snapdragon 400 processor
16GB storage (expandable up to 32GB)
3,000 mAh battery
4G LTE connectivity with dual SIM support
Concealed connectors could give your iPhone's Apple logo hidden powers.

Right now the Apple logo on your iPhone makes it clear to friends and thieves that you have an expensive object in your hand, but it does little else.
That seems like a missed opportunity and Apple perhaps feels the same, as a patent filing spotted byApple Insider details "concealed electronic connectors" housed within the Apple logo or any other logo or text.
There are any number of things this could be used for, but the patent mentions a heart rate monitor, a battery charging circuit, a skin conductivity sensor and a biometric sensor as possible uses.

No more buttons

It could for example mean that a future iPhone will move its fingerprint scanner to the logo on the back of the phone, or use it to connect to a wireless charger or collect health and fitness data.
It would allow Apple to add more sensors to the iPhone and/or remove existing buttons, without spoiling the design. Because let's face it, as iconic as it is the iPhone 6 home button is mostly just there for Touch ID now. If that could be housed elsewhere Apple could extend the screen or shrink the body.
Of course this is just a patent and as we all know patents sometimes seem little more than wild fantasies, but this one doesn't seem outside the realms of possibility. We probably won't see this in the iPhone 6S / iPhone 7, but give it a few years and you never know.
This tool turns any link into emoji

What would that URL look like in emoji form? It's a question that at least none of you have asked, and now there's an answer: head over to Linkmoji and type in any link to get an emoji-based URL you can share with your friends.
Too many melons in your URL? Click the button and get a different one. Hell, why bother with real words ever again? I know reasonably normal people who hold full conversations in emoji and they seem to get by OK.
So when you're donut donut rocket running man, you'll be moon face pineapple drumstick before you know it. You know what I mean.
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