Meet my friend
Meet my friend
You wanna get clarified how the NEW Facebook Messenger works on iPhone, Android, and Amazon Fire phone? Listen to this video that lynda.com shared. There is a way you can turn off the “location” on Android & iPhone.
When you install Facebook Messenger on iPhone, once you give them your phone number to access your Facebook you can NEVER delete it. The “location” button on iPhone is OFF in default. However, the one on Android is automatically on ON button so you need to turn that thing to OFF.
It’s amazing the “location” button on Amazon Fire phone behaves differently. When you turn OFF the location button on the system phone, the Facebook Messenger location button DOES NOT TURN IT OFF. Watch the video below. I could be wrong. I only watch this once and I just came home from the Meetup and I’m pretty tired right now.
Anyway, there is a way to turn OFF the usage of microphone on Facebook Messenger, this way it doesn’t use your microphone on its own. Watch the video! Make sure you know what you’re doing.
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My grandmother is the champion in my life. She was my first teacher. Who is your first educator growing up? Anyway, it’s Teacher’s Day in India and
I’m an Apple user. I love my Macs and iPhone. But do I want a 5.5 inch iPhone from Apple? Dunno. I’m happy with mine. What about you?
EDIT: I had no idea this would go on viral on Google+. Guess you have raised a very controversial question. It made me think about it although I am pretty happy with the size of iPhone 5 now.
Do You Want a 4.7 or 5.5 inch iPhone from Apple?
I’m really not a big fan of Twitter. However, I use Google+ mainly to share all the posts I read, but if you love Twitter you might want to read all of these mistakes
introduce Swayy which you can find great contents to share in your social media. It’s got its own scheduler like Buffer too.
My greatest friend
This is only a test. I want to see if the image here is getting published on Twitter as well. If that’s the case. No need to post separate for Twitter. I’ll just use Google+ to post everything mainly here and Friends+Me will repost everything for me.
The CEO of Site5 used to be the co-founder of Hostgator. He didn’t really want to sell Hostgator to EIG because they are the biggest & lousiest hosting service in the world. That’s also the reason why I left Hostgator coz the Customer Service is no longer the same.
However, because the CEO of Site5 believe in the good ethics of having a GREAT customer service, I believe they carry that same caliber. For more information, read more at 's post.