Envelope: Convert Your Phone… into only a Phone
Many people feel that they spend too much time on their phones and struggle to find a balance with technology. Envelope is an app which temporarily transforms your phone into a simpler, calmer device, helping you take a break away from the digital world.
 
Once you've printed and folded the special pdf into an envelope, it will turn your phone into a very basic device which can only make and receive calls helping you focus on what’s before you.
 
Printed buttons, which subtly light up, allow you to dial and take photographs, creating a calm but magical ‘Envelope User Interface’.
 
Not a very popular app, as you may have guessed, since it converts your phone into… only a phone! But if you are looking for a detox from heavy phone usage—Envelope is just what the doctor ordered!
 
 
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    Pradeep Kumar MS

    4 months ago

    What about contacts, does it function?

    Sandeepreddy Geetla

    4 months ago

    Only for pixel phones

    Twitter could label politician's tweet having misinformation
    Politicians and public figures may soon find it tougher to pass lies as genuine information on Twitter as the platform is considering lablelling such tweets with misinformation as "harmfully misleading", according to a leaked Twitter demo.
     
    As part of its efforts to fight misinformation on the platform, Twitter may add brightly coloured labels beneath such tweets to highlight that the message contains false information, according to a report in NBC News.
     
    The report on Friday added that Twitter confirmed that while the leaked demo revealed one possible way of targeting misinformation, the company did not share any new date for the launch of any new misinformation features.
     
    The "harmfully misleading" tweets would include corrected information from fact-checkers, journalists, and other users who would take part in "Wikipedia"-like "community reports" feature.
     
    "We're exploring a number of ways to address misinformation and provide more context for tweets on Twitter," a spokesperson was quoted as saying. 
     
    Examples of misinformation included a false tweet about whistleblowers by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and a tweet by an unverified account posting a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
     
    The possibility of launching new features to fight spread of misinformation by politicians and public figures come ahead of the 2020 US presidential election.
     
    Fighting misinformation on Twitter gains immense significance as the platform is widely used by politicians to master public opinion in their favour.
     
    Twitter last month announced a policy to ban tweets that "deceptively share synthetic or manipulated media that are likely to cause harm," such as deep fakes, the NBC News report said.
     
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    India at 128th in global mobile broadband ranking: Ookla
    India has been ranked 128th for mobile broadband and 66th for fixed broadband while mean download speeds on fixed broadband has slipped to 38.84 in January 2020 with minuscule improvement in mobile broadband to 11.58 Mbps, Ookla said in its Speedtest Global Index.
     
    UAE topped the mobile download speeds chart with 87.01 Mbps, Singapore leads the world on fixed broadband download with 202.21 Mbps.
     
    As of January, the Index ranks India 128th for mobile broadband and 66th for fixed broadband, globally. India's performance in mean download speeds on fixed broadband has gone down from 40.11 Mbps in December 2019 to 38.84 in January 2020.
     
    However, there is a slight improvement in mean download speeds on mobile broadband from those of December 2019. Mean download speeds on mobile broadband have gone up from 11.46 Mbps to 11.58 Mbps in January 2020. In addition, India moved up a spot on fixed broadband since December 2019, but there was no movement when it came to mobile broadband ranking, Ookla said.
     
    As per the recent report by Ookla examining trends in Indian telecom market, India is the leader in mean download speeds on fixed broadband amongst neighbouring countries. The report highlights that with Reliance Jio's rollout of its new GigaFiber service in India, the fixed broadband speeds will continue to increase country-wide.
     
    Ookla's Speedtest Global Index compares internet speed data from around the world each month. Data for the Index comes from the hundreds of millions of tests taken by real people using Speedtest every month to test the internet speed.
     
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