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1) download the app ‘EMPTY’ you can easily download from playstore
2)After downloaded, Open the app.
3) There you will see ‘Send’ button
Simply click on that and select to whom you want to send empty message…
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Google has just released a developer preview of Android O. We still don’t know what the O stands for, but have a good idea of what are the features being pushed via the new operating system. Dave Burke, Google’s VP of Engineering, says it is still early days and there is still plenty of performance and stabilisation work that needs to be done on the OS.
Here is a look at the new Android O features
Google seems to be going for the biggest pain point in smartphones as the one thing it wants to solve first. So Andorid O will come with additional automatic limits on what apps can do in the background, thus saving battery life even more.
The new notification channels feature gives users control over a certain type of notification which they can block or snooze in one go. You will no longer have to manage all the notifications as if they were the same.
Google is making autofill easier by adding platform support for such apps. So once you select which autofill app you want to use, it will be able to fill passwords and other details for you across the OS making life much easier.
There will be picture-in-picture support for apps across the OS, so you will be able to minimize the video if you have to do something else. Developers can even specify the aspect ration and set custom interactions on the reduced window.
For those who love wireless audio, Android O will bring in high-quality Bluetooth audio codecs such as LDAC codec. Plus there is AAudio, a new native API for apps which need high-performance, low-latency audio.
The Android O Developer Preview includes an updated SDK which can be tested on the Android Emulator as well as on Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel C devices. There’s also an emulator on testing Android Wear 2.0 on Android O.
Affiliate marketing is one of the various ways to make money online by promoting products or websites to earn a certain percentage as commission from sales made. The sales are made via web traffic. This simply implies that money is made from sales of the product being promoted. What you need to know is that services or products you promote are provided by others and not necessarily you. The only duty you are required to perform is to provide a marketing or sales outlet.
Affiliate marketing is not a get-rich-quick-scheme, so you should not expect instant millions; this does not mean that people have not succeeded in making money from affiliate marketing. If you want to earn from affiliate marketing, you need to understand how it works and whether it is truly for you.
What is Affiliate Marketing?
Wikipedia defines Affiliate Marketing as a marketing practice where a business rewards one or more affiliates for each sale made by the affiliate.
The major thing in this business is that you get rewarded by helping to promote the product or service of a business. For instance, if you sign up for the affiliate program of Tips and Ticks HQ and promote its products, you get a certain percentage which is your commission whenever you send any visitor to the site and they make purchase.
How does Affiliate Marketing work?
The first thing to do is to join an affiliate program then select the products you intend selling. The owners of the products would provide you with an affiliate code you can use for referring traffic to the main site. Also, you will be offered banners, text links and several forms of creative copies in which you just copy and paste the code on your own site so as to refer traffic. Any interested customer who clicks on the links from your website will be redirected to the main site where the product is sold and if they pay for the product or subscribe for a program/service and indicate you as the referral, you get a certain percentage as commission.
Your performance can be tracked by sellers through your affiliate ID and other affiliate soft wares used. You also possess real-time access to all commission and sales stats. Also, in making commission, you don’t always need to sell products because various affiliate programs employ different terms of payment like:
Pay Per Click (PPC) – You get paid depending on the amount of visitors redirected by you to the website of the Merchant from your own site, whether you make a sale or not.
Pay Per Sale (PPS) – The merchant pays you a certain percentage of the price of sales made after a purchase is completed.
Pay Per Lead (PPL) – Once a visitor provides their contact info on the merchant site, you get paid immediately.
Why you should consider being an Affiliate Marketer?
This business is known to be the fastest growing and best marketing techniques on the internet to earn money and these are a few reasons:
No Fees: You don’t have to pay anyone money to earn from affiliate marketing.
Cost effective: To market any product online is not expensive so you have nothing to worry about in terms of cost since it was created by someone else. Also, you don’t need to hire anyone or have an office.
No customer support: This obviously is not necessary since you aren’t the person who created the products.
No shipping or storage: You have no worries about this too because it would be handled by the seller, if needed.
Passive income: If you have a normal daytime job, you can continue earning a fixed income. On the other hand, you earn money from affiliate marketing steadily and even when you are not online at times.
Instant-Messaging App Whatsapp’s revenue system has never been well defined, however, after Facebook acquired the application for a whopping $19 Billion, it’s making sure the app can start generating revenue. In last year’s Facebook conference, Company chief, Mark Zuckerberg mentioned that through WhatsApp, companies will be able to interact with their desired customer in a very personal and direct way. The feature is in a testing stage right now.
According to a report by Reuters, there is no official announcement about the tests, but the feature is being used by business ventures like Y Combinator, a United States-based seed accelerator, which helps promising young tech firms grow rapidly.
This might mean Facebook-owned-Whatsapp might roll-out a commercial messaging this year for businesses as it looks to tap into enterprises for monetising its platform.
The business model has previously been put to use on Facebook’s Messenger. The user can not only interact with various businesses but also complete the payment with the application. The same monetising model might come into play with WhatsApp as well.
The Galaxy S8 is nearly here and while Samsung is determined to keep the radically redesigned handset a secret, the biggest leak yet has just revealed almost every detail of the new smartphone and its larger sibling the Galaxy S8 Plus…
The news comes from none other than acclaimed KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and this is something of a surprise given his reputation has been built specifically on his insider knowledge of Apple. That said Kuo has delivered a lorry load of information about Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones, both confirming existing rumours and delivering new information.
Exactly how the Galaxy S8 should look according to multiple sources in recent weeks. Image credit: Benjamin Geskin
Here’s a full breakdown of the report obtained by 9to5Google:
The Galaxy S8 will have a 5.8-inch display, 0.7-inches larger than the 5.1-inch Galaxy S7
The Galaxy S8 Plus will have a 6.2-inch display, also up 0.7-inches on the 5.5-inch Galaxy S7 Edge which it replaces
A change to wider aspect ratios means both phones will have increased resolutions of 2960 x 2400 pixels (WQHD+)
Both models will feature curved OLED displays for the first time
The physical home button is indeed being removed
A new iris recognition sensor will be part of six sensors along the top bezel of each new Galaxy: proximity, ambient light, iris, an IR-LED transmitter, front camera and receiver
On each phone at the back are four modules: camera flash (top left), heart rate sensor (bottom left), the main camera (middle) and fingerprint scanner (right – yes, stupidly right)
There will be seven colour options: gold, silver, bright black, matte black, blue, orchid and pink (availability by country remains unknown)
Both phones will have an increased 8MP front camera, but stick with a 12MP rear camera
A rear dual-camera setup was ditched with Samsung apparently citing both cost and “immature dual-camera ISP design”
USB 3.1 Type-C predictably replaces microUSB on both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus
A new PC Mode will be enabled when either phone is placed in a special dock (presumably an optional extra) and connected to a monitor or TV, this creates a desktop-like user environment
Models sold in the US, Japan and China will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset, models sold in Europe and the rest of Asia will have Samsung’s Exynos 8895
Korean and Chinese Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus models will have 6GB of RAM, but elsewhere the phones will only ship with 4GB – this may prove a sore point
The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will go on sale on April 21st, suggesting the recent shipping delay has been overcome
In addition Kuo expects a 6:4 shipment split in favour of the Galaxy S8 with 40-45 million handsets sold during 2017. This is slightly lower than the 52M Galaxy S7 units shipped in 2016, but Kuo says this is no reason for Samsung to be disappointed. Instead he points out Galaxy S7 shipments were unusually high due to the recalled Galaxy Note 7 which pushed potential Note customers back to this handset.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will have minimal top and bottom bezels to fit a larger display into a compact chassis. Image credit: Benjamin Geskin