The reason I switched to FreedomPop is because I started realizing that I was being overcharged for the services I was using on a daily basis. Although I use my Internet service almost every day, I didn’t want to pay such a high amount of money for the service. I decided that I would try and save as much money as possible, but I didn’t know how it was going to do that. My current Internet company was charging me $75 a month for the service, but I wasn’t getting anything else, not even wifi.
I decided that I would look around for other Internet service providers, and I came across FreedomPop by accident. It turns out that FreedomPop allows its customers to get free Internet and cell phone service if they want it, as long as they stay within a certain plan. It sounded way too good to be true, so I did some more research. After I visited the website for the company, I realize that everything is exactly what they said. I wasted no time in signing up for the FreedomPop services, and within the same week, I had Internet service in my home.
The best thing about the Internet service is that it comes with its own wifi. I can’t believe I was paying $75 a month to another company that didn’t even give me wifi in my home. I have a laptop that I rarely used, because I couldn’t get Internet on it, without going through a lot of set up. I now can hook up my laptop to the wifi in my home, and I can use both my computer and laptop simultaneously. Another thing I love is the price, which is free at this point.
If I need additional data on my Internet service plan, then I can purchase it for such a low rate that my previous Internet provider would be ashamed of what they were charging me. For just a few dollars I could easily get more data from FreedomPop. The data cost is much lower than what some of these other service providers charge if I go over their data allotment. FreedomPop is a great service provider, and I’m grateful for the fact that I am able to get the Internet for free because it saves me a lot of money. FreedomPop is a great Internet service provider, and I plan to stick with them.
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Have you ever looked online for something, but came up blank? If you did find something, it was never exactly what you needed. Don’t worry about it. Everyone has run into this problem, at one point or another. Even I have found it difficult on certain days.
You can always do a Google keyword search, but sometimes even this doesn’t yield the results you want. Which is why there is something new. There is something called image recognition. All it does is respond to the image you present.
So how does it work?
All you do is put in the image you are looking for and technology does the rest. The system will bounce back the image and any details you want. Let’s say you want to know where a certain fragrance is sold. The first thing you need to have knowledge of is the name. Type in the name of the fragrance online. If you have a picture of the image at home, you can scan it into the system. This might actually work out better.
Sometimes when you describe an image online, the system bounces back mixed results. The one thing you have to be aware of with this technology is the specifics. You need to be accurate with the image you are looking for. Which is why scanning a previous picture of the image might be better.
That is all there is to it. The image will bounce back with results of where you can find it. How much information will the technology bounce back to you? It all depends on what you want to know.
Let’s say you want to find the new Calvin Klein handbag. Just scan in an image of the bag. This you can get off from any Calvin Klein site. Put the image in and the computer will bring back the details.
The site will tell you where it is sold and how much it will cost. It can also tell you how many they have left in stock. This way you will know if it’s an emergency or not.
There are a few sites which can bring you the best results for image recognition such as Slyce, one of the leading companies in the industry. Only one will give you the best.
Seven Year Growth to Success
Skout has become in seven short years a major mobile web social network. It was founded by Christian Wiklund and Niklas Lindstrong in 2007, launched amazingly innovative applications and uses on non-ios internet devices and the web. The Skout Android app was born in 2010 and by 2013 Skout was profitable. One year later, in 2014, its offspring app named Fuse became used globally, giving users ability to make their own social network with their tablet or smartphone.
Once the founding officers discovered people were using Skout as a dating service, they re-launched it in 2009 as a dating discovery application, further accelerating its success rate.
Nixter – Social Media, Dating App and Nightlife Media Tool
In 2014 Nixter, or nightlifeapp, a nightlife application was acquired by the company. Through this new app uses allows find nightlife events, buy attendance tickets, and view the guest lists for events in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Now the dating scene has gone totally virtual and part of the mobile web, as persons can meet, socialize, date and plan special dating events, all with their tablet or cell phone.
Location Focused via Satellite
Skout was among the first discovery dating applications to filter by user location. Available on both IOS and Android systems, Skout reports over 500 Million connections were made through its app last year. Skout uses cellphone GPS to let its users find other users within reasonable radius of themselves. Adhering to security, Skout does not identify a user’s exact physical location, and users can also opt-out of the location-tracking features of the app. The GPS location is only enabled in the adult community, not in teen service.
While browsing for people, users can read the profile and recent activities of other interesting users. You as application users are also allowed to instant message or send virtual gifts to one another. Amazingly, Skout is available in 180 countries and 14 languages!
Premium Paid Features
Skout Travel – The versatile Skout social application also has a travel feature that allows meeting in another city while traveling. Skout Travel is a premium paid feature.
Skout Shake to Chat – Shake to Chat connects users to others who are shaking their phones at the same time. This permits a roll of the dice type blind dating phonecon. The user’s profile is anonymous after the Shake to Chat conversation begins for 40 seconds.