App Store in iTunes 12 for Windows and Mac

iTunes is among the very most significant desktop programs for every iOS user because it’s crucial to handling an iPhone, iPad or iPod. The new iTunes features a fine OS X Yosemite divine appearance and brings some quite noticeable developments to the UI. Among the changes we found is associated with how you access the App Store, which will be distinct than the older variants. In case you are vexed with all the new iTunes 12 layout and can’t get the App Store subsequently keep reading to solve this issue.

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You may be shown a menu that will record Programs as well as a few other alternatives like Publications, Podcasts and much more. Click on programs.

On another page you’ll notice programs you’ve got downloaded in the shop. In the top-middle portion of your display there will probably be menu with several choices including App Store, click onto it to get the App Store.

That’s it! Now you need to take the App Store, which seems same as it did before.

FaceHalt iPhone’s version of Samsung’s Smart Pause

With all the fuss on the internet about Samsung Galaxy S4 it’s impossible to not know about some of its key features. For example in our post today we are going to talk about a tweak recently launched called FaiceHalt. This tweak does the same thing on an iPhone as Smart Pause does on a Galaxy S4. For me this tweak is something that I need the most. Now like a good friend of mine said I don’t need to buy Samsung to benefit from this function. I always found myself distracted and forgot to pause my videos with this my problem is solved. I think most of you will find this tweak quite interesting.

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Maybe you are wondering how this works. The mechanism behind this is quite simple, for this to work you will need you front camera those making this tweak compatible with just a few iDevice with front camera like iPhone 4, 4S and 5, iPad 2, 3 and 4, iPad mini, iPod touch 5th gen.

If you want to get this wonderful tweak you will find it in the BigBoss repository for $1.99. Even though it does some crashes from time to time I still say money well spent.