All iOS Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
Great thing this I've had mine for about a month, for the money they are brilliant, battery life is really good, better value than the expensive versions.
It is said that xiaomi's products are in different regions. If you want to buy, you'd better ask the seller where they belong.Xiaomi products in different regions will affect the warranty period after sales and other problems.In addition, the service life of millet bracelet should be unflattering. :| :| :|
Ok so I had this for like 8 months. Important thing is when you try to pair via the app is that if you can't login (which is what happened to me unsure if it has been patched) is that you gotta install Tunnel Bear and set the location to Japan, then try to login. Battery life lasts one month :) No problems apart from if you don't always wear your glasses maybe hard to read the time.
Screen is useless in daylight, buy the international version if you can.
I have the Chinese version and it's fine. There are differences between the Chinese and global versions, but in day to day use, you probably wouldn't notice.
I've just absolutely folded and bought one. Bah. Also woohoo. Amy recommendations? Such as a small handheld monopod or ideal memory card?
dumbest looking camera , video look funny and pinched , when I see video I LOL, piece of junk and no innovation
360 video - it never took off. These overheat super quick, so it's a cold vote from me.
These overheat really quickly
Ordered from Amazon UK a few days ago for £95.41. Actually dispatched from Amazon US, and includes postage and customs fees.
I loved the first game. Brilliant. Thank you
This is why I always read the hukd comments and don't just look at the heat!
HowDisappointing. Thank you for the info
I agree, but the art is still top notch. If you want a puzzle game, this won't stretch you at all. However, if you want something pretty to relax to, this fits the bill nicely. My six-year-old daughter loves both MV games. :)
Very, very short and really easy, no challenge compared to the first. Don't know if the reviews are the same on iTunes but those on the Play store reflect exactly this. If you've played the first and it's add on you'll be really disappointed with this, smacks of making a quick buck off the back of the original's success.
Can confirm you can’t change language. May be possible in the future?
It appears you are correct at the moment but there will be a firmware update giving other languages within the next 2 months according to this video
Heard NFC version not out for another six months
Anyone got mi band 3 yet as I think you can't change the language so would be stuck with Chinese language heard your talking about two months till you have an international version
This advert is NOT for the NFC version. There will be an NFC version but it is unclear how it will work outside of China. Xiaomi have not targeted the British market with these devices.
So Norton's still not got any better in the last 15 years then? Back in the days of the Ark when I used to use it the lasting memory of it is that it was probably more of a system-slow-downer than if you actually got infected...To this day things are blamed on 'F'ing Norton'. Anyhoo, agree with the ESET post - by far my favourite but by far outta my price range. AVG, full of false-positives; Avast, see AVG; Avira, I think my issue with that was the splash screen every time you wanted to fart, as well as falsies. BitDefender though, think the time I tried that out it pretty much froze my system, maybe has an issue with Dual Boots?
AVG sold peoples data without asking so more than annoying :( have a try of Avira, its one of the best out there.
I agree with your choice of Eset, I have used them in the past and have been very good but due to their expensive nature i've resorted to Avast Free and Malwarebytes which has been a great combination for many years now.
Agree entirely with this post. In my experience, Norton is resource heavy, annoying and as difficult to get rid of as any virus. McAfee it's just very poor and AVG is very annoying. My favourite is eset but they are much too expensive.
I would much recommend free ones such as Avast or BitDefender or even Microsoft Security Essentials. Usually you would find many offers on HUKD for free licences for anti-virus' and anti-malware's such as BitDefender 6 months. Avoid Norton, McAfee and AVG in my personal experience
Thanks. I have marked the deal as expired.
Binoculars Pro and Weather Pro now showing as 99p each. With Map Pro and Pedometer Pro at £1.99 each Expired
Its not free anymore they want 99p 😧 :o
Heat for finding & posting, but it's not a very well designed app. Maybe I just need to get used to it.
Mine us the Chinese version bought because it was cheaper! I find battery lasts and it's great for functions but I can't see the time if im outside the numbers are far too dim (it does sound like some users do have brighter displayl) but with no way to turn mine up, i can't even use it as a reliable watch as I can't tell the time whilst I'm out.
Seem to be sold out now
The "Notify & Fitness for Mi Band" app fixes said bug (And adds so many more features). Turn off the default notification settings in the Mi Fit app and use the ones in the 3rd party app. Granted, the app has so many features it can have a steep learning curve but it has completely transformed my Mi Band 2 into more of a smartwatch than fitness tracker!
Out of stock?
mcek wrote: The thing about the Mi Band 2 is the long battery life. I really do get a month’s worth. I don’t think this is an improvement when they cut the battery time. And it looks like they’ve flipped the unit over, flat bottom, curved top. I know that sounds a winning combination, but I’m used to original shape. How are you getting that much battery life, please could you advise me? I’ve switched off all message/call notifications and still only get 3-4 days max off a full charge :/
Microsoft Outlook has ability to explore and import sports calendar events for a long time now. You can obviously find World Cup as well. To do this open your Outlook Calendar and click on Discover calendars on the left. From there you can select all World Cup or selected countries. You can even use this in future to import fixtures for other sports or leagues.
Thanks op, I look forward to turning this off in a huff when England get knocked out (excited)
Works on iOS just a shame they didn’t put alerts on already lol, sort it out SkySports lol
Voted cold just because it's Sky
TYVM for the link, would you happen to have one with only the relevant events and group labels?
Loved that phone (strong)
Love the enthusiasm
Had this on my sony xperia play I think. Great game.
That's my Aiai impression (lol)
its not free anymore
They might truly be who they say they are, as they are Christians. The Indians meanwhile were taking the mickey and lying about their names.
Yes (highfive) But strangely they are all called John or Peter or Sarah :|
You know they are based in the Phillipines, right ?
Still £4.99 on iOS
It was free when I took it although I could have got a certificate for a fee, other more advanced courses were chargeable but the basic course will get you all you need to publish on the Play store. When I clicked on their free courses it pops up. Try signing up but don't give any bank or card details, you'll maybe find that the material will be free after you've joined. Kotlin is now the preferred language but as I've just learned Java, I think I'll stick with that. The reason I struggled wasn't Java, I already knew about variables, loops, etc., it was because I just couldn't figure out how it all went together. Just using Android Studio is overwhelming. For ages I could make a screen layout in xml but couldn't link buttons and objects to variables. When I finally got my head round that it all fell into place. I've just learned things as I've needed them since (just in time method). I've only released one app in the Play Store, a simple fixture list that has a widget to sit on your home screen. It wasn't complicated but it filled a purpose no other app could do. I've several other apps in production, one of which is close to release (although it's been close for the last 6 months).
Is the nano degree free? Because when I click on the look it says €200 monthly
you don't have to learn Java Android apps can be written in other languages Java is recommended though I recommend it because pretty much all the official documentation/examples use it and you don't wanna have to translate Java to C/C++ or whatever language you choose to code in while your still learning Android development, especially if your a beginner. XML is just a markup language its syntax is really simple and easy to pick up as you crack on as for a programming language it doesn't make much sense to try developing Android apps without knowing an OOP language and this is were a lot of beginners go wrong they jump in head first and then find its to hard because they don't even know the language there coding the app in.
Enjoying this thanks op
:S :D tbh i have noticed the play store search results are as bad as the ones using this site i dont see how it is possible to write those 4 specific words of the title and have it NOT come up as top result... or ANY result! even just using 'grasshopper' gets you some programming gubbins so it knows what it is - just refuses to return it
Back to full price now. Expired.
I'm not sure, I never bought one, I've got these ones with the iOS cable and use them with my android phone. I can pause and play but the volume buttons don't work but it doesn't really bother me cause I can easily press the side buttons on my phone without taking it out my pocket. I'd suggest having a look on ebay, the official cable from bose is more than 30£.. Ridicolous..
Same. Got a pair of QC15 and QC25 from AliExpress (before they went legit). Everything was pretty much bang on perfect except the serial number was listed as being from a batch that were sold to Apple in California...and had been registered with Bose many, many times over
Heat (devil) Did u register ur headphones with bose OP? Would be good to know if they are genuine as coming from China.
I would be very careful to check this, as one of the guys I work with ordered for £17! an exact copy of my QC15 and apart from the fact that they weren't branded Bose they were very close to perfect, perhaps the plastic was a little different, but nothing that marked it as vastly inferior quality, and after trying them for 2mins they seemed to work fantastically well....
Anyone who received their recommend them? I tried the zapalstyle using code "ZPSNEW053001" but expired now and still £21.xx or the OP get deal linking to £19.xx price. Hows it as a watch? As a SmartWatch? Any further codes if worthwhile?
Apparently I’m on System Version 2.0.1 and Device Version V0.2.0
Which firmware version are you on? On Android, it's version 1.4.4 on the link hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/33839290 or 1.4.5 from Play store. It's not great. The heart rate monitor doesn't load, nor does the shutter control and it's clunky to find round the settings. As a watch that vibrates when you get (certain) notifications, the watch is OK for the £15.99 I paid for it from Zapal Style.
I’m on iPhone.. See if this App Store link works Lenovo Watch by Lenovo https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/lenovo-watch/id1352195888?mt=8 If not, here’s a picture (hopefully it shows up, never triedthis before)
Which app are you using mate?
Thanks.. Enjoy :)
Cheers OP, looks interesting
Wow that is so uninformed and speculative it could have come from the pages of the Daily Mail.
It's beyond sick in the head that you just said that. Sort yourself out.
I wonder if this is any way useful compared to projects like Folding@Home...
Cancer is the new world orders way of keeping population controlled!! :(
Hmmm yet we live way longer then 50 years ago. I think food is the least of our worries. The population is bigger so bound to be more cancer, genetic spreading cancer as families are getting bigger more cars on the road so more pollution cancers do I need to go on?. I’d probably suggest you forget about what food your shoving in your gob and don’t leave the house (angel)
Thanks! My kids love Dr Panda games
Thanks daughter loves these (unicorn)
My daughter used to play a load of these Dr Panda games when she was younger and loved them. Thanks for posting @dazbang
Oooo played on pc when in colleague years ago think I may have to get this nearly got it when first got IPad
A rating of 4.6 out of 5 on the app store suggests most people would disagree with you
Unplayable on a tablet imo
I appreciate all the cold votes. It's actually a really nice app.
I'll download it tomorrow...
Must get that when I get around to it... (embarrassed)