Is AT&T trying to be like Apple's iCloud or Google Drive? It sure looks like it. The company is now offering a free video and photo storage service. AT&T on Thursday announced a new service it calls AT&T Locker that will allow AT&T iPhone and Android smartphone customers to store 5GB worth of videos and photos for free in AT&T's "cloud."The service is available through a free app in the Apple App Store or the Google Play store. And it allows users to store roughly 5,000 average sized photos in the cloud. The app requires subscribers use either an iPhone 3GS or newer device. And Android users must be on version 2.1 or higher of the Android OS. Customers who don't have devices that meet those requirements can still store photos and video in the Locker, but they must connect via a computer to sideload the video or pictures to the cloud storage.
The iPad's 9.7-inch screen size has given Path more room to display user data on the design series case for apple iphone 7 - translucent/starry night home screen, including their feed, recent activity, and friends list, Other than a few enhancements with screen size, Path on the iPad delivers the same experience users have had on the iPhone and iPod Touch, Path was founded by CEO Dave Morin, who left Facebook in 2010 to start the company, Napster creator Shawn Fanning was also involved in Path's development, The company has been growing rapidly, which has helped it attract investors, In April, Path announced a $30 million funding round led by Richard Branson, Facebook backer Yuri Milner, and Zynga founder and CEO Mark Pincus..
Path for iPad should be available any minute as a free download in Apple's App Store. The company rebuilt its iPhone app, which lets users build private social networks with friends and family, from the ground up for tablet use. Path, the social-networking app that helps family members and close friends stay in touch, is now making its way to the iPad. According to Path, the app was built from the ground up and supports both landscape and portrait orientations. Path is especially excited about the landscape orientation, saying that it will provide a full collage of the day's events in a single pane, thanks to the iPad's larger screen screen size. Upon clicking on a photo in the collage of images and videos, users will get a full-screen view and see comments associated with it.
You can outfit your fleet with 13 different types of planes, The game offers 28 levels and 7 different maps (the first 3 maps are free), The more victories you score, the more gears you collect, which can unlock more battlefields and airplanes, Rack up enough points, and Amazon says you can win a medal of honor on the rookie, pro, and veteran levels of each map to unlock even more challenges, iOS users can download Air Patriots directly from the App Store, design series case for apple iphone 7 - translucent/starry night The game supports the Retina Display built into the latest iPhones and iPads..
Android users can grab it from Google Play. Amazon didn't indicate which Android devices the game supports, but it's not compatible with Google's Nexus 7. Kindle Fire owners will find it on Amazon's Appstore. Users of Kindle tablets can also take advantage of Amazon's Whispersync technology to save the progress of the game in the cloud. Air Patriots is designed by Amazon Game Studios, a unit set up by the retail giant in August to develop games. The studio's first effort was a Facebook game called Living Classics.