Monthly Archives: March 2016

Fool’s Pranks? Fool’s Day with Mystery Gift

April fool’s day is one of the funniest days of the year to celebrate with our loved ones. April Fool’s Day is also one of the best days of the year. On no other day are you “legally” allowed to play jokes and pranks on your friends, family and co-workers and have a built-in excuse.

As, feast of fool’s is coming nearer each and every one across the world will started preparing to make funny jokes, pranks and also messages for 2016 April Fool’s Day.The day is also named as All Fools’ Day. The celebrations of this day mainly include making pranks and also joke with your beloved friends and families.

There is no doubt that you or anyone have the experience of being fooled which makes you crying and laughing. Now we have the activity for Voting the most brilliant tricky method in the following ways, the one who guess correctly will get FREE Gift.

Activity Date:  On April 1

Activity Mode: Selecting the most funny and brilliant method in the following 10 pictures. Just vote the number you like, and the gift you want.

Activity Award:  A FREE Gift

Note: We will show final result TOMORROW.






























Suffering From Insomnia? You Need Night Shift

iOS 9.3 might not look like much of an upgrade, but there’s one feature you should definitely be excited about. It’s called Night Shift, and it makes using your iPhone or iPad before bed more comfortable, more enjoyable and healthier by banishing blue light.


Almost all gadgets with a display give off blue light, and while it’s perfectly healthy to absorb as much as you like during the day, it’s not something you want to take in at night. Using phones and tablets close to bedtime can make falling and staying asleep more difficult. That’s because blue light tricks our circadian rhythm, or natural body clock, into thinking that it’s daytime. It also boosts attention and reaction times, and interferes with our bodies’ production of melatonin, the hormone that induces sleep, making it difficult to nod off.


Night Shift uses your iOS device’s clock and geolocation to determine when it’s sunset in your location, then it automatically shifts the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum. In the morning, it returns the display to its regular settings. It is easy to set Night Shift Mode


It’s obvious when Night Shift mode is active: your whole display gets an orangey hue, like the color temperature has been turned right up. But it doesn’t make it any more difficult to see what’s on screen — it just makes it more comfortable to look at in dimly lit environments.


Night Shift mode will support iPhones and iPads with 64-bit processors. That includes the iPad Pro, iPad Pro 9.7-inch, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, and iPhone 6 and newer.


If you like reading in bed, or playing games until you’re ready to sleep, Night Shift is a must. Not only does it eliminate that feeling of a burning cornea, but it also prevents your iPhone or iPad from lighting up the whole room, which bedmates will appreciate.