Opera Coast for iPhone and iPad #SoftwareReview

ARRGH! WORDPRSS FOR IOS CRASHED AND AUTO-PUBLISHED MY POST! IF YOU RECEIVED A MAIL AS ONE OF MY 55+ FOLLOWERS, THIS IS NOT THE FULL REVIEW.

The first #SoftwareReview is about the Opera Coast web browser.
Limitations:

Only available on iPhone and iPad.

No Address Bar!

Pros:

Nice UI, a plan for SeaSurf’s future.

Really fast, even on the poorest wi-fi connections.

Compatible with devices with iOS 7. Most other web browsers require ios 8+

Safari is a good web browser, but it isn’t my style. It is out of date (i am on ios 7, therefore giving me Safari 7). I love Safari, but I have decided to use multiple browsers, so I searched up Opera on iTunes and installed Opera Coast.

I opened it up and saw the Opera Coast splashscreen. Then I saw a page with icons of a few websites and a search button. I tapped on search and typed in “Epic Chas Gamer”.

It searched Google and I clicked on the result that led to my blog. It worked brilliantly. It works on all types of wi-fi networks, and mobile data networks as well.

I wonder what the second #SoftwareReview will be. Remember I spent a lot of time on this #SoftwareReview  so please give a reblog.

Thanks!

Epic Chas Gamer 😎

Alexa adds support for Outlook Calendar

Previously, you needed a Google Account to use the calendar feature. Well, not any more! Amazon added support for Microsoft Outlook Calendar to its AI assistant.

You don’t even need to update your Alexa app to access support, though updating will solve any encountered problems. I couldn’t enable Outlook Calendar from my iPhone, so I enabled it from my hudl instead, which had an up to date Alexa app, whereas my iPhone didn’t.

Just go to Settings/Calendar and then add a Microsoft Calendar in your Alexa app or at alexa.amazon.com.

Then say “Alexa, what is on my calendar” (Doing it right now). Your Microsoft Calendar should be read out. Access your calendar at outlook.com.

Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 😀