Part of the reason why Pokemon GO became a worldwide phenomenon was due to its ability to appeal to all sorts of people, not just hardcore Pokemon fans. However, some of the casual enthusiasts who picked up Pokemon GO have since been converted to hardcore players, including 70 year old Chen San-yuan of Taipei, Taiwan, who is so dedicated to the popular mobile game that he plays it using 15 cell phones at once. The 15 cell phones are attached to the front of Chen San-yuan’s bike, which he rides through the streets of Taipei when playing the game. Now known affectionately as the Pokemon Grandpa, Chen San-yuan was first introduced to Pokemon GO by his grandson when the game originally launched in the summer of 2016. Initially, he used one phone when playing the game, but then started using three phones after just one month of play. Three phones then eventually became the 15 phones he uses when playing Pokemon GO today.Chen San-yuan uses 15 cell phones and 15 … [Read more...] about 70 Year Old Uses 15 Cell Phones At Once Playing Pokemon GO
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YOU may have muted that Whatsapp group chat a long time ago but that won't stop it filling your camera roll with unwanted pictures and videos and depleting your phone's memory. Luckily there's a very simple way of stopping your phone automatically downloading the media and keeping your storage free. How do I stop Whatsapp saving pictures on my phone? There are actually several easy ways to stop Whatsapp from automatically downloading messages on both Android and iPhone. On Android, all you have to do is open the messaging app and tap the three vertical dots (Settings) on the top right. Tap "chat settings", then "media auto-download" and you'll see three options - images, audio and video - which you can uncheck. There are two ways to achieve the same outcome on iPhone. The first is to open Whatsapp, click the "settings" button in the bottom right, then "data and storage usage". Here you can you will see the "media auto-download" option which you can use to stop pictures … [Read more...] about How to stop WhatsApp saving pictures on your phone – tips and tricks for the message app
WHATSAPP has quietly announced that its app will soon stop working on a bunch of iPhones and Android phones. The Facebook-owned messaging service currently boasts 1.5billion users worldwide, but it will cut off millions from its platform in the next two years. WhatsApp sneakily revealed the purge in an update to an old blog post titled "support for older operating systems". In it, the company says it will nix support for the following systems on February 1, 2020: iOS 7 and older Android Gingerbread versions 2.3.7 and older. Users of those operating systems can no longer create new WhastApp accounts, but will be able to use the app until the deadline. What's more, the app could stop functioning at any time, so maybe it's time to buy a new phone. Android Gingerbread launched in 2010 and still makes up for 0.3 percent of Android's market share – which amounts to roughly six million devices. Back in December, WhatsApp ended support for BlackBerry OS (including BlackBerry … [Read more...] about WhatsApp will stop working on THESE phones soon – is yours on the list?
With James playing Fortnite on his phone and Steven trying out PUBG's mobile version, I guess I'm feeling a little left out. I like games. I have a phone. I want to play some PC games on my phone too! I do have a hard time even imagining how a fast-paced game like Fortnite can be played on a phone screen or how to manage headshots in a game like PUBG on mobile. When it comes to games I mainly use my phone for poker, Scrabble, and opening the daily Typeshift puzzle and then closing it because, ugh, no way will I get through that without needing hints. Maybe I should expand my horizons a bit. As it turns out you don't even have to wait for developers to make mobile versions of their games: there's an app called Remotr that streams PC games to your phone. You download the app both on your desktop and mobile device, and just jump right in and play seemingly any game in your library. Where to start? How about a game that would be perfect for a 5.5 inch screen: Crusader Kings 2, a sprawling … [Read more...] about Screw Fortnite mobile: I’m playing Kingdom Come and Quake Champions on my phone, sorta
Sounds impossible, doesn't it?Let's face it, iPhone graphics are great but they can still bepretty ropy. And that's right at the top of the range - mid-price handsets are still stuck in 16-bit land.But don't forget,13 years ago, mobile games looked like this: Above: Snake on a Nokia handset in 1997 They now look like this: Above: Brothers in Arms 2 on iPhone in 2010 That's a pretty major leap in just 13 years. But how is mobile gaming tech catching up to current-gen? Could it really meet PS3-standard in three years? Let's take a look at the timeline... 1997 Snake, as made famous by Nokia phones, was programmed in 1997 anduses monochrome 8-bit graphics. The closest comparison we can find is Snake Byte on the Commodore VIC-20, some 17 years before it. We're talking very basic stuff - the sort of thing your dad would have been wowed by. We're talking less-capable tech than an original Game Boy. Fewer shades of colour, fewer pixels, fewer objects on-screen. 2001 Thefirst colourcell … [Read more...] about Can cell phone graphics hit PS3 quality in 3 years?