I started using Runkeeper 5 years ago to keep track of my runs, I’m not anythig close to a profesional runner, when I started Runkeeper allowed me to add the couch to 5K walk run plan and adhere to it, and keep recording any run.
At that time I had an iPhone 2 I guess, I also had it on iPhone 3 and 4 , I never used on iPhone 5 since I moved to Samsung Galaxy Note 2, it woked there too altought the size of phone was too big to take it while runnin….
I lost the Note 2 on a trip to Cancun, and then I bought a Moto G first Gen as a temporary replacement, but c’mon Moto G is so good that I realized I don’t relly need to oay big bucks for a good phone, so I still keep it as my primary phone.
But ther is a problem, Runkeeper is very low on the Moto G, it lags a lot and sometimes even crash….
I find out about Runtastic, Downloaded, Installed, Signed In, Run….. Great is very fast even in the Moto G, no lag, no crash, I start tracking my runs. I decided to move to Runtastic.
Thanks to the GPX export/import feature, I was able to export from Runkeeper my last tracks and imported them into Runtastic, so I can see my improvents in the same app.
Cloud storage is the fact or archive files somewhere on the internet.
The term cloud comes from the typical drawings by the IT guys when representing the internet.
There are many ways to store your files on the cloud, these are some of the more popular:
- Dropbox is one of the first services to offer storage in the cloud.
- Google Drive is the service provided by the search giant
- Copy has the backup of Barracuda and offers the best referral plan, 20Gb Free while signing up with a referral link, and 5Gb bonus for each completed referral.
- MegaSync is currently the service that provides the bigger amount of space: 50 Gb for free.
- Owncloud is open source software that allows you to set up your own clod server
- Box is a good alternative, but limited to windows and mac.
- icloud is the Apple proprietary service
Thes are the more popularm but there are some more services around.
Mobile phones have come to solve a lot of stuff in terms of communication and entertaining.
Nowadays a lot of people can be considered addicted to their phones.
It’s very common to see people gathering together but everybody is just with it’s own phone. Chatting online, updating facebook, twitter, playing games etc, etc.
The first step to stop the phone addiction can be very simple:
-Turn off sound (or vibration) notifications.
-Turn off led light notification (if your mobile has one).
-Turn off all notifications for things like games, social media, etc, etc.
The result will be that you will start to check your phone when you want to. Not every time an app or some contact wants you to.
This will not keep you completely clean from your addiction…. but at least is a start.
Today I have just updated my chromium browser (from the proposed repo), and now I found that CloudPrint is available in Settings>Advanced
I configured on my ubuntu laptop, and I was able to print from my iPhone.