Previously known as Arrow Launcher, Microsoft is aiming to create a more fluid experience when switching between Android and Windows 10.Microsoft Launcher allows continuity for editing documents, sharing photos, and provides the ability to pin contacts to your home screen.A personalized feed is also included in the launcher to keep you up to date on calendar events, news, and changes to documents or contacts.The feed is able to be selected as your home screen instead of a regular page full of apps.Another useful feature included is gesture customization.If your current Android skin does not support the commands you want, Microsoft Launcher likely does.
Some apps are almost magical, and just a few years ago, they would have felt like science fiction.What the app does is to turn written text into speech.You can hold up the phone in front of a regular page in a paper book, and after a few seconds, you will hear the text read by a synthetic voice.By hearing the text while reading, it becomes easier to understand.But of course it is not only students who may have problems with reading, and the app can just as easily be used by people with impaired vision – or of all of us who sometimes need a little help to concentrate.Scanpen has become possible thanks to two different technologies.
If you are using the Google-backed Accelerated Mobile Pages, there appears to be an excellent chance that those AMP pages are not being tracked correctly, if you use Google Analytics.Christian Oliveira, a technical SEO consultant, posted a long, technical explanation of the issues AMP is giving with proper tracking in Google Analytics.Malte Ubi, Google’s technical lead for the AMP project, confirmed the problems and that they have no easy solution, in tweets today.In summary, Oliveira found that:A unique visitor potentially can be reported as up to four different people, when accessing AMP pages.When a visitor navigates from an AMP page to a regular page in a site, that causes a new session to be generated, even though technically, it was the same session.
If you are using the Google-backed Accelerated Mobile Pages, there appears to be an excellent chance that those AMP pages are not being tracked correctly, if you use Google Analytics.Christian Oliveira, a technical SEO consultant, posted a long, technical explanation of the issues AMP is giving with proper tracking in Google Analytics.Malte Ubi, Google’s technical lead for the AMP project, confirmed the problems and that they have no easy solution, in tweets today.In summary, Oliveira found that:A unique visitor potentially can be reported as up to four different people, when accessing AMP pages.When a visitor navigates from an AMP page to a regular page in a site, that causes a new session to be generated, even though technically, it was the same session.
Hey guys, im wondering how to approach my facebook marketing as a singer.Specifically, im wondering about the pros and cons of having an Artist page next to my regular page that has friends and stuff.I feel that artist pages are often less personal, and i dont want to lose any interaction.However im not sure how many people actually click on a page to 'follow' it rather than like a page.
Facebook's fast-loading, immersive Canvas tool, which combines video, text, and photo slideshows in an interactive, scrolling format, isn't just for advertisers anymore.The company is letting any business with a Page create Canvases for free, Facebook ad chief Andrew "Boz" Bosworth tells Business Insider.Organic Canvases, like regular Page posts, won't be given any extra weight in the News Feed algorithm.Since Facebook launched the ads globally in February, people spend an average of 31 seconds in each one, which has driven over 100 years of time spent in Canvases total." Facebook wants businesses to think of Pages as a replacement for building mobile-optimized websites and making this more immersive format available for free is a nice perk.Plus, to Facebook's benefit, there's a good chance that businesses that create a Canvas post that gets a lot of engagement will pay to increase its reach."The sky's the limit."NOW WATCH: This 14-year-old makes up to $1,500 a night eating dinner in front of a webcam in South KoreaLoading video...
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