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Relax & UnWind With The New SimpleNoise App For The iPhone & iPad

If you’re looking for an app that will help you relax, then you might be interested in the new SimpleNoise app, since it’s dedicated in just helping you to unwind and de-stress. This app features the highest quality of white, pink and brown noise samples, that have helped thousands of people of all age groups and professions, to relax, improve their overall mood and sleep better.

The benefits of color noise have been proven to help in many different clinics, schools, households and offices around the world; so taking a few minutes to sit back and listen to this app, might help after a long day of work, activities or anything else that might stress you out. Because after all, this app comes with a ton of different sounds and classical songs to sooth away any worries in your day, as well as a nice and easy intuitive layout, that’s not too hard on the eyes or to maneuver around.

Here are some of the key features the app comes with:

  • Comes with seamless multitasking and background audio when you exit the app
  • Features 16-bit / 44.1KHz CD quality samples of white, pink and brown noise
  • Has an oscillation toggle for a dynamic listening experience
  • Is scientifically proven to help with sleep, soothe migraines and melt away any stress
  • Comes with a sleep timer that will automatically close the app to conserve your phone’s battery life
  • Has a brightness overlay to adjust the screen display on the app

So if SimpleNoise seems like an app you could see yourself downloading and using, then you can always be sure to check it out over at the App Store, where it’s currently going for free for any iPhone or iPad with an iOS 8.0 or later.

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How to Scan a QR Code Using the Camera on the iPhone or the iPad

In iOS 11, the native camera app includes functionality that allows you to scan QR codes and access QR code content like URLs without having to download a third-party app.


Here's how to scan a QR code when you run into one:

  1. Open the Camera app on the iPhone or iPad.

  2. Make sure you have adequate lighting so the camera can pick up the QR code.

  3. Align the camera with the QR code.

That's all there is to it. From there, the camera will read the QR code and provide you with a notification to access whatever it contains.

QR codes can include contact information, calendar events, website links, phone numbers, email addresses, Wi-Fi information, and more, so they can be pretty handy, and it's nice to have the built-in scanning feature available when you need it.
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PrivateMessage lets you lock individual text message bubbles with Touch ID

PrivateMessage is a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Frozen Penguin that lets you lock individual message bubbles in the iPhone’s stock Messages app with Touch ID.

Perfect for anyone with paranoia, this tweak can hide confidential messages from any text messaging conversation, regardless of the context or who you might be talking to.... Read the rest of this post here


"PrivateMessage lets you lock individual text message bubbles with Touch ID" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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EQE brings a system-wide equalizer to your jailbroken device

If you cherished the concept of EqualizerEverywhere back in the day, then we think you might like a new free jailbreak tweak called EQE by iOS developer r333d.

As the developer puts it, EQE is essentially EqualizerEverywhere’s successor. Acting as an entirely system-wide parametric equalizer, EQE lets you adjust the sound output of practically any app installed on your device.... Read the rest of this post here


"EQE brings a system-wide equalizer to your jailbroken device" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Apple stops signing iOS 11.1.2 and tvOS 11.1, making downgrades impossible

As if the circumstances surrounding the current jailbreak situation weren’t dire enough already, Apple has stopped signing both 11.1.1, iOS 11.1.2, and tvOS 11.1.

The latest move by the Cupertino-headquartered company makes it impossible to downgrade to firmware versions vulnerable to Ian Beer’s recently-publicized tfp0 exploit until downgrading tools receive support for iOS 11. That said, hopefully everyone had adequate time to prepare their devices beforehand.... Read the rest of this post here


"Apple stops signing iOS 11.1.2 and tvOS 11.1, making downgrades impossible" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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