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Top 5 Best Ad Blockers | See what you choose to
Everyone who surfs on the web wants to have a web free of annoying Ads. And thats why from the ages of Newspaper people have leaping through pages of the publishing industry to the mainstream, and are becoming increasingly difficult to block in the wake of this modern era. While its been difficult.




But till now some awesome Ad Blocker exists. While some of them are quite good but some are not quite up to the mark. To put it simply, we will be briefing some of the best Ad Blocker and its key features on this very post. 


Change the way you experience the web with the best Ad Blocker !!!

1. Fair AD Blocker by STANDS




Block ads and online trackers for much cleaner and private browsing. Let just a few ads appear on every site - and the ads will also sponsor the charity you choose to support. Stands changes how online ads work, and lets you donate a portion of the money advertisers are already paying to show you ads. You choose the charity you wish to support - and Stands splits the ad dollars between the charity of your choice, and the websites you visit. You can always change the number of ads you see, and your privacy is always protected.



2. Brave


This particular ad-blocking software is a new web browser with in built Ad Blocking service and other cool feature. And its main purpose automatically block ads to protect your privacy. However, unlike its predecessors, Brave won’t just remove ads – it will replace them with new ads and split the revenue between publishers, users, network partners and the company itself. The hope is that with Brave, users can maximize their website’s profit by cutting out as many middlemen as possible.

3. ABP - AdBlock Plus

Adblock Plus is the most popular ad blocker ever, and also supports websites by not blocking unobtrusive ads by default (configurable). But likewise STANDS & Brave it can't block most of the annoying popups. And most of the mainstream website can detect ABP. 

4. AdBlock


It's your browser. What you see should be up to you. So, with AdBlock you can pretty much select the ads you wanna see. AdBlock works automatically, but it only takes two clicks to permanently allow ads on any page, or an entire domain.


5. Nothing...

Yeah, I think these pretty much covers all the features of any Ad Blocker software can serve. As a tech lover, I don't drag my viewers to read unnecessary. So I have done my best. Its your turn, use it for your benefit. 

And I'd request to guys, to whitelist the sites fresh ads. Cause its essential for writer like us to to have ads. Its pretty much earning we can make via writing. At the end of the day its all up to you. Do what you feel right !

About the Ad Blockers comment us what you think to be best and why ?

Farhaan Hridoy Friday, October 28, 2016
Best Virtual Router MyPublicWiFi to take over from Connectify, mHotspot | Internet sharing Hotspot application
Many of you know, there are some crazy bunch off Internet sharing Hotspot / Virtual Router apps for Windows and MAC available out there. While some of those application works, some are not. We have been posting about those apps for a long time.

This time on here, WePost we wanted to share this new but simple Internet sharing application for Windows PC's/laptops which can turn your PC or, laptop to Wi-Fi wireless access point. Anyone nearby can surf the Internet through your sharing. 





Well you can say it's pretty much the same app like Connectfiy, mHotspot. So, why should I use it ?

The perfect ANS will be like these,

1. Connectify is not FREE at all. So, for users in many countries who haven't access to a MasterCard then the choice is bad. And if you will be using it Illegally through cracking this app will easily track and cut down those crack features. 

And it can't share any dial-up or modem connection with it's trial version.

2. mHotspot, well it was a great app and FREE. But, I have been seeing to many users to complain about it's in app problem like 


mHotspot device connected but have no Internet access ! 
mHotspot can't find " Virtual Adapter " drivers !

 and many more problem to explain. So, I have researching for Virtual Router apps for a long time. At last got this crazy Internet sharing Hotspot app called " MyPublicWiFi " 

This app can be an ideal solution for setting up a temporary Access Point in a hotel room,meeting room,at home or the like with any kind of connection. Whether it's Ethernet, Dial-Up, Modem, WiMax connection. Whatsoever it has no driver problem around its users. 


To DOWNLOAD " MyPublicWiFi " Click on the Download now icon below !


What do you think about this new and other apps we've described ? You can tell us in comment. If you are having any kind of problem in installing this application then be sure to tell us. Take care and visit us again.

Farhaan Hridoy Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Samsung smartphone owners thinking to buy iPhone, Pixel on their next purchase
While samsung is searching for the root of Note 7 smartphones overheat and catch fire. Other smartphone makers like Google, Apple and others are planning to favor this incident toward their side.

It has escalated into this point that 40 percent of people who currently own a Samsung device say they won't buy another phone from the Korean electronics giant found on a new survey from an e-commerce firm branding firm.

Rest of the 62 percent fan's could be planning to own another Android smartphone on their next purchase. While 30 percent are planning to switch to iPhone and 8 percent Pixel (Google) respectively.

photo courtesy: CNN

The company has received 92 reports of the batteries overheating in the US, including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage, according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission. Samsung has since remained quiet on the progress of its efforts to determine the cause. 

It's pretty sure that this incident has left quite a scar on Samsung fame. And the real challenge will be recovering from current circumstance. Well, only time will tell !

What do you think ? Tell us in comments...

Farhaan Hridoy Monday, October 17, 2016
Google Introduces Pixel and Pixel XL | iPhone, Samsung Killer

As we've told you guys before about Google's new Pixel phones. Well at that time there was no physical photo available. But now, this tech giant has unveiled its latest weapon to counter iPhone smartphone.





Yes, with phone new features. It's likely to be have a big impact on this and next year smartphone market. And you should be asking why is that ?


Lets begin explaining, shall we ?

DISPLAY:
The Pixel is a device with a 5-inch display, and the Pixel XL has a 5.5-inch screen, but both actually feel (and are) slightly smaller than the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in terms of footprint (though slightly thicker, too), thanks to a lack of any hardware buttons on the face, resulting in a device that feels smaller in the pocket and in the hand.

CAMERA:
The Pixel and Pixel XL rear camera scores an 89 in DxOMark, the highest rating ever with iPhone 7 having score 83. 



That benchmark isn't the most consistent measure of good performance, but at least it's an indicator of the sensor's potential in the new Pixel phones. It has a 12.3-megapixel resolution with large 1.55-micron pixels and an f/2.0 aperture. Google claims that its new camera has "the shortest capture time on any mobile camera ever." There's also very intricate, gyroscope-based video stabilization on board, however there's no optical image stabilization for stills. Google isn't shy in presenting this as the best smartphone ever.


Well the most excellent feature i loved about Pixel phone its Video Stabilization Feature, that reads gyro data 200 times a second for smoother panning and shake-free handheld recording. The camera can record 4K video, and in stills mode Google's excellent HDR+ mode is on by default, using an image stacking approach to reduce noise and capture better detail. In addition Pixel owners can store unlimited full-size images in Google's cloud service.



BATTERY & CHARGING:
With Non-removable 2,770mAh/3450mAh Pixel/PixelXL surely gonna be a hit. But the best part is,


" When you need a quick charge the reversible USB type - C charger gets you up to 7-hours of battery life in just 15 minutes. And when aren't using your phone. Doze automatically puts it into a sleep state to extend your battery life, so that you can move at your speed."


STORAGE:
The Pixel phones come with either 32GB or 128GB of storage, but there’s no microSD card support. So if you’re running out of room at any point, the devices will automatically clear out photos and videos that have already been backed up to the cloud via Google Photos. Remember that those shots and recordings are stored at full quality, so you’ve got nothing to lose by removing them from local storage.

24/7 SUPPORT VOICE/CHAT:
If you run into a problem with your Pixel phone, from the settings menu and you can  immediately launch a voice call or chat session with Google’s customer support team. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 



From there, you can also choose to allow screen sharing so that the Google employee can control your device and show you firsthand how to fix whatever's not working right.

EASY SWITCHING:
A bundled USB-C adapter will let users easily transfer contacts, messages, photos, and other content from their existing Android device or iPhone over to the Pixel.

So, What is it you now thinking ? Well, It's not bad idea to switch on to PIXEL, is it ? Tell us in comments...

Farhaan Hridoy Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Google Pixel and Pixel XL launch: All you need to know

October 4, Google is set to announce Pixel and Pixel XL, its pure Android-based smartphones. Unlike previous times those smartphones won’t be called Nexus this time and Google is adopting the Pixel branding used earlier with its Chromebook and Android tablet. With Pixel branding, Google is also emphasising on the future of ‘Made By Google’ devices. 



These new Google smartphones will be made by HTC but surprisingly there could be no or little mention of HTC. Rumours have suggested out Google is more serious about its say in the design of future devices, which maybe built by Google directly.

Google’s Pixel branded phones won’t be the first Android 7.0 Nougat devices, but will be the first to support Google’s DayDream VR platform. 







Farhaan Hridoy Friday, September 23, 2016
How to change MAC address on your PC/LAPTOP !
A media access control address (MAC address) of a computer is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications at the data link layer of a network segment. MAC addresses are used as a network address for most IEEE 802 network technologies, including Ethernet and WiFi.




Each network interface on your computer or any other networked device has a unique MAC address. These MAC addresses are assigned in the factory, but you can change, or “spoof,” MAC addresses in software.




Farhaan Hridoy
Best Smartphones of 2016 : Learn more about your dream phone !

So, you want to buy a new phone? If you're looking for the best smartphone of 2016, you've come to the right place. We will guide you through the hottest mobile phones of the year to save you time when you go to your local phone shop.

Take a look and we guarantee you'll find the best smartphone for you, beginning with the very best phone currently available...



This is our selection of 2016's best smartphones – get the lowdown with our in-depth reviews, buyer's guide and quick-fire summaries.

Best smartphones of 2016:

1. OnePlus 3





It took a long time, but the Nexus 6P has finally been dethroned as Alphr's number-one smartphone. Why? The answer is simple: the OnePlus 3 does most things as well or better than the Google phone, and it costs £70 less.
From its smoothly finished, gloriously fabulous chassis, to its super-sensitive and reliable fingerprint reader, the OnePlus 3 is a class act. In fact, it looks and feels more like a £600 smartphone than a £309 one. Yes, you read that right, it’s only £309.








Despite the low price, OnePlus has squeezed in a monster roster of components that sees it stretch out a huge lead over its mid-price rivals. Its Snapdragon 820 processor, huge 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage are unmatched at this price and its 16-megapixel camera isn’t half-bad either.
It’s the battery life that really seals the deal, however, with stamina that will last you all day and into the next. It’s so good that it almost matches the Samsung Galaxy S7, a phone that’s £260 more expensive.

2. Google Nexus 6P




Everyone had high hopes for the new Nexus phones, and it's fair to say that Huawei delivered on its side of the bargain. Tasked with creating Google's new big-screened phone, it served up the Nexus 6P – a stylish, speedy phone with a long list of talents.Price: 16GB SIM-free, £379 inc VAT; from free on a £28/mth, 24mth contract
Where to start? There's a pair of superb cameras, great software, impressive battery life and a big, sharp, colourful 5.7in display, which is protected by a burly layer of Gorilla Glass 4. You can choose between 32, 64 and 128GB models, and the only thing that'll bother some people is the decision not to include a microSD slot – well, that and the decision to opt for a USB Type-C charging port. Leave your charging cable at home and you may end up cursing Huawei's insistence on using the latest USB connector.




Suffice to say, the Google Nexus 6P is a superb smartphone and it remains so, even well into 2016. Why is it so awesome? Simple – because this 5.7in handset gets pretty much everything right, and wraps it up in a picture-perfect package that doesn't cost a huge amount of money.
It's not the very best anymore because the OnePlus 3 is here and it's even better and even more reasonably priced. But if you don't fancy the OnePlus, the 6P is still great.  

Looks aren't everything, as Google’s 2015 Nexus 5X ably demonstrates. Built by LG, the Nexus 5X is something of a frumpy, plastic-clad lump compared to its glass and metal competitors, but it has all the qualities you'd expect from a high-end phone – and it undercuts them on price, too.  Price when reviewed: 16GB SIM-free, £299 inc VAT; 32GB SIM-free, £379 inc VAT

   




Upfront, there's a 5.2in Full HD screen that is bright and colour-accurate, so images look lifelike and natural, and thanks to an impressively high contrast ratio, it more than holds its own against flagships at twice the price. Combined with a pixel-perfect camera that snaps 12-megapixel photos and 4K video, and locks onto subjects super-quickly with its laser-targeted autofocus, the Nexus 5X is a lovely, lovely phone.
Of course, none of this would be worth a damn if the Nexus 5X didn't hit the right notes for performance and stamina, but it does just enough to stay in contention. The six-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 delivers enough punch to keep things ticking along nicely, even if it's a way off the pace of pricier flagships. The only downside? The 2,700mAh battery simply isn't big enough to deliver more than a day's use – you'll find the quick-charge function (50% charge in half an hour) coming in very handy indeed.
Okay, so it can't rival the Sony Xperia Z5 Compact for looks, but it’s a much bigger bargain. For your money, you get one of the best mobile-phone cameras around, slick performance and – most important of all – pure Android 6 Marshmallow. It’s a class act. 
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is the most capable smartphone on the market today, with great performance, the best camera in the business and a polished design that no other handset can match. It's a brilliant phone, especially now Samsung has brought back storage expansion via microSD and water and dust resistance.Price: 32GB SIM-free, around £569 inc VAT
There's really very little it does wrong. Samsung's 5.1in Super AMOLED screen is simply divine, and the screen technology allows for the clever always-on capability – you can set the Galaxy S7 to display the time and basic notifications all the time, and without adversely affecting battery life.






It's little surprise to find a superb camera in the S7. It might look like a downgrade at first sight – it's dropped from 16 to 12 megapixels – but Samsung has taken the opportunity to enlarge the camera sensor's pixels and increase the lens aperture to maximise the camera's light-gathering abilities. The phase-detect autofocus, a feature more commonly found on DSLRs, has been improved, too, now locking onto subjects super-quickly. In short, it's a great camera.
The clincher is the S7's performance – and it's battery life. The octa-core processor absolutely hammers through benchmarks and games, and it makes for a gorgeously silky experience in everyday use. Astonishingly, battery life is best in class, too, with the Galaxy S7 outlasting all of its rivals in our video-rundown tests. 
So, why isn't it number one? Simple: the only reason it doesn't swing top spot is that it's significantly more expensive than the OnePlus 3, and for our money, isn't quite as good value. 
If you can't quite afford the S7, though, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is still a great phone and significantly cheaper, so make sure you check out our review of that handset, too.

5. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge




Just like its stablemate, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is pretty much as good as it gets. It's not a huge upgrade on last year’s model, but with improvements all round – a better camera, bigger screen, better Edge screen functions, the all-important return of the much-missed microSD slot, weather-proofing and superb battery life – it’s a big enough update to maintain Samsung’s position at the top of the smartphone tree.Price: 32GB SIM-free, around £569 inc VAT
It certainly helps that it looks bloody gorgeous, too. The glossy glass finish spreads across a glittering metallic base, while the 5.5in screen curves quickly away to reveal the dainty, softly curved edges. It really is something special.






Turn it on, meanwhile, and Samsung's expertise with Super AMOLED technology shows: the screen delivers class-leading levels of brightness, colour accuracy and contrast. It's really quite stupendous, and it shares the clever always-on technology of the standard S7, which allows the time and basic notifications to be displayed permanently, and without hammering the battery.
And talking of battery, the S7 Edge has an enviable ability to pair ridiculous, high-end performance with the best battery life Alphr has ever seen. Meanwhile, a clever feature allows you to limit the frame rate in games to squeeze even more battery life out of the S7 Edge. It's just a great smartphone. 

The iPhone 7 is a great smartphone and despite the controversy surrounding the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack, it's an improvement all-round over the iPhone 6s.Price: 32GB SIM-free, £599 inc VAT
Our favourite feature is the Force Touch home button, which mimics the feel of a physical button, without the inherent unreliability of a mechanical buttons. It feels brilliant, and in conjunction with Apple's 3D Touch display, lends the iPhone 7 a futuristic feel that no other smartphone can match.
The camera is also an improvement over last year's, with a wider, brighter aperture of f/1.8, an improved lens and quad-LED flash, and better performance in low light.



Everything else about the iPhone 7 screams quality. The luxurious feel and design will be enough to loosen most wallets, but that's just part of the phone's appeal.
The Apple A10 Fusion processor is incredibly fast, and this year it's more efficient than ever, gaining extra battery life by running less demanding tasks its lower power cores. The battery life still isn't up there with the Android competition, but it's getting better, and that can only be a good thing. 
Nevertheless, the iPhone 7 is all round a better phone than the iPhone 6s – and if you buy one, you're very unlikely to come away disappointed. 

Apple's big smartphone is extra special this year. Instead of one camera on the rear, it has two, with the extra snapper allowing you to get twice as close to your subject as the standard snapper.Price: 32GB, £719 inc VAT; 128GB, £819 inc VAT; 256GB, £919 inc VAT (all SIM-free)



There are other reasons to choose this over the 4.7in iPhone 7, though, despite the fact that internally it's largely the same.
It has a bigger battery, which in turn is larger than in last year's iPhone 6s Plus, and a bigger screen, although 5.5in has become a common screen size these days.
The 5.5in screen is still "only" Full HD – which might not sound like much compared to the Quad HD displays on rival Android phones – but with that many pixels crammed into such a small space, it still looks fantastically sharp. And with Apple's new "Wide color" technology in place, it looks better than ever, with colour more vibrant and lush than ever before, but without sacrificing colour accuracy or overall quality. 
The Apple A10 Fusion processor still delivers fantastic performance in everything from Safari to games, but it's the combination of its two extra low-power cores and that bigger battery that makes the difference here, pushing battery life well beyond the single day of most smartphones.
The downside is that, thanks to the weak pound, the iPhone 7 Plus is more expensive than ever, and that's likely to put it out of reach for many, but make no mistake, the iPhone 7 Plus is one fabulous smartphone. 


Farhaan Hridoy Sunday, September 18, 2016