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Keep your Passport on you at all times!

Doing business on-the-go is a challenge. The reality is, we want the best of both worlds. When I’m running around on a busy day, my device needs to act as my laptop, when I’m sitting in a car on a long weekend drive up north, it needs to act as my TV and when I’m travelling, it needs to be…. well, my phone, my way of connecting with the office or to give mom a call.

Starting next week, Rogers will be carrying the BlackBerry® Passport, a smartphone that certainly complements my busy work schedule, in and out of the office. Check out its features:

  • The 4.5 inch high definition screen lets me review documents with excellent resolution, and stream meetings and conferences with ease
  • With an amazing battery life the BlackBerry Passport can be used from the wee hours of the morning to late evening dinners or networking events
  • The BlackBerry Passport comes ready with the latest version of BlackBerry 10.3 OS that includes great features:
    • Blackberry® Blend Technology brings my documents, emails, etc. right from my BlackBerry Passport to my computer and tablet so I can access my work materials from whatever device I’m on
    • BlackBerry Assistant keeps me organized by letting me manage my emails, contacts and calendar by using voice and text commands

The Passport is now available with Rogers reservation system and will be available in retail stores and at Rogers.com starting on Wednesday, October 1. Check out this awesome video below to learn more about this device:


How do you use your smartphone to keep you connected to your office?

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How Windows 8.1 improves your smartphone experience

8.1If you haven’t already done so, the time is now to update your version of Windows to Windows 8.1. 8.1 is one of the fastest-growing mobile systems, that continues to receive positive praise from tech influencers and consumers, alike. I’ve shared below a post from Connected Rogers that really explores the great Windows 8.1’s new features, enhancements, and top-level highlights.

Bing Search

Greatly improved over its predecessor, the new Bing Search helps you find what you’re looking for online or on your phone – including mail, messaging, calendar, apps and contacts. Search results are now displayed in convenient groups for Web, local, images and videos.

Action Center

Windows Phone 8.1 has a new Action Center that provides one place for you to check all your notifications – so you’ll never miss a thing. You now have the option to view notifications even when your phone is locked. New customizable Action Center slots allow you to determine what takes top priority, whether it’s breaking news alerts, mobile-game information or live sports scores pushed to your device. In most apps, simply swipe down to reveal the Action Center.

Battery Saver

Stretch your wireless phone’s battery by temporarily disabling some functionality – such as automatic email synchronization, social-media updates and push notifications from apps – but keeping important features like phone calls and text messages. You can now see which apps are using your battery – both the ones in use and running in the background – and you get to enable or disable it all from one command centre.

Wi-Fi Sense

Finally, Wi-Fi Sense is a handy feature that intelligently and instantly connects you to free Wi-Fi hotspots – be it your favourite coffee shop, a friend’s home network or a complimentary airport connection. Windows Phone is the only mobile OS that can automatically attempt to connect to more than a million free Wi-Fi hotspots around the world by automatically accepting terms and connections on your behalf.

Other features worth checking out: a new Word Flow keyboard for faster and more accurate typing; additional camera lenses for photo takers; a refined Calendar app with integrated weather; and support for dual SIMs on many models (enabling both personal and work calls on one phone).

Let us know if you’re using Windows 8.1 and how you’re liking it.

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Back to School: How to choose a smartphone that’s best in class – and a contest!

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I was fortunate enough to sit down with @WinstonSih, well-known digital correspondent, who helped me create our latest back to school post below. Check it out:

Back to school for many means heading back to the hallways with a new flashy phone.  With a growing number of available smartphone features, and new devices coming out every month, students have a wide variety of choices. Everyone’s back to school device and data needs are different. Maybe you’re off to university and looking for a phone to keep you social or you’re a parent purchasing an entry level phone for your child.

To make the process easy for you, I thought I’d share the three steps to ensure you are ready to head back to class with a smartphone in hand:

1)      Pick a device that suits your needs
It’s important to ask yourself: what will I use my smartphone for? This question is key in determining the features you want out of your device. For example:

  • If you’re looking to use your smartphone to watch sports, stream classroom lectures or read e-books, check out a device with a large HD screen. I suggest the LG G Flex that has a 6 inch curved HD Display or the Samsung GALAXY S5 with a 5.1 inch HD screen. Both can reach super fast speeds on Rogers LTE network so you can stream to your heart’s content with virtually no buffering or lag.
  • Students getting their first cellphones, or those that don’t need all the bells and whistles, should look for a simpler device. Two options I recommend include the Moto G LTE and the Nokia Lumia 635. Both phones offer impressive performance, but come at an affordable price.
  • A student who is always on the go from class, to the library, to the gym, and so forth needs a phone that can keep up. These active academics should look to the LG G3. With alightweight and anti-scratch body, the LG G3 is ideal for students on the move and comes with a long lasting removable battery that complements a busy schedule.

2)      Get your data
Having enough data is important to ensure you can use your device but given a tight student or family budget, data shouldn’t go to waste. Get a plan that maximizes the value of your data by sharing it across devices. With Rogers ShareEverything plans, for example, data pools range in size from 500 MB to 15 GB monthly, with the opportunity to add up 10 devices on a plan. Data sharing is ideal for students; the more devices you add, like your tablet, a roommate’s smartphone, or your parents’ devices, the lower the cost per device. Share Everything plans are also loaded with unlimited Canada-wide calling and messaging, call display and voicemail for each plan member.

3)      App it up
Once you’ve got your device, it’s time to personalize it even more. Apps are an excellent way to get even more out of your new phone. Here are my top three apps you should check out to help you when you’re back in class:

Evernote

  • An app best for keeping notes and projects organized across all devices
  • Clip web articles, include handwritten notes, and snap photos to keep notes, projects and research with you all the time

SuperCard Flashcards

  • An easy way to study, the app provides multiple ways to create image or text flash cards
  • Provides three quiz types to help you prepare for upcoming mid-terms or exams

Google Drive

  • A simple way to have all your projects and notes within reach from any smartphone, tablet or computer
  • Awesome for syncing files, documents and presentations

Win two Nokia Lumia 635 before September 3rd:

To ensure, you’re back to school ready, we’re giving away two Nokia Lumia 635 devices to one lucky winner. We’re giving you two so you can use them on a ShareEverything plan; you can share data and features with your new roommate, a sibling, or your child. To enter, in 30 words or less, tell us in the space below how the Nokia Lumia 635 will be used when you/your child heads back to school.

CONTEST RULES

Back to School Contest
ROGERS Communications Partnership

The Back to School Contest (the “Contest”) is presented and administrated by Rogers Communications Partnership (herein referred as “Rogers” or “Contest Sponsor”).

1. ELIGIBILITY – The Contest is open to residents of Canada who are over the age of majority in their province or territory of residence but excluding residents of Quebec (individually “entrant” and altogether “entrants”).

Employees of Contest Sponsor, its parent and affiliated companies, representatives, dealers and agents, contest suppliers and judges, and those with whom they are domiciled are not eligible to enter. Entrants under the age of majority must, prior to participating in the Contest, obtain the consent of their parent(s) or legal guardian, who will be considered the Contest entrant.

2. CONTEST PERIOD – The Contest starts on August 28, 2014 and continues until 12:00PM on September 3, 2014. All times are Eastern Daylight Saving Times.

3. HOW TO ENTER- No purchase necessary.

To enter, tell us in a 30-word or less essay in the comment box following this blog post, how the Nokia Lumia 635 will be used when you/your child heads back to school.

By submitting an essay in the Contest, entrant irrevocably grants Rogers, its agents, licensees, and assigns the unconditional and perpetual right and permission to store, copy, transmit, post, broadcast, and display, in whole or in part, the essay on any and all media now known or hereinafter invented, without additional review, compensation, or approval whatsoever. Entrant warrants to Rogers and its affiliates that the essay submitted does not contravene or infringe on anyone else’s copyright or other intellectual property.

Limit of one (1) entry per person. Any attempt or suspected attempt to enter more than once per person, any use of robotic, automatic, programmed or any entry methods not authorized by these rules, shall be deemed as tampering and will void all of your entries. All entries that are incomplete, illegible, damaged, contain erroneous contact information or do not conform to or satisfy any condition of the rules may be disqualified by the Contest Sponsor.

4. PRIZE(S) – Entrants are eligible to win one (1) of two (2) Nokia Lumia 635 smartphones, having an approximate value of $199.99.

Contest Sponsor is not responsible should the value of the prize quoted in these rules differ from the actual value of the prize at the time of the draw and the awarding of the said prize. No financial compensation will be made if actual value is lower than the value of the prize quoted in these rules.
Device is locked for use on the Rogers network and does not include activation, airtime or data plan, which are the responsibility of the winner. Winner must comply with Rogers Terms of Service and the user guide for the product and/or services when the device is activated and used on the Rogers network. Any costs or expenses incurred by winner in claiming or using the prize not specifically described as part of the prize, including but not limiting to unlocking the device, are the sole responsibility of the winner.

5. DRAW – A random draw by a representative of the Contest Sponsor or the independent judging agency from all entries received will be made immediately after the closing of the Contest at approximately 12:05PM on September 3, 2014 at the Rogers office at 333 Bloor St E. Selected entrants will be contacted by email at the email address indicated on his/her entry

6. CONFIRMATION OF WINNER – If a selected entrant cannot be reached within five (5) business days following the first attempt of contact, incorrectly answers the skill-testing question, declines the prize, or fails to return a Release of Liability as specified below, Contest Sponsor reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to select another entrant or to cancel the prize.

7. ACCEPTANCE OF PRIZE- Prizes must be accepted as awarded and are not transferable, redeemable, refundable or exchangeable for cash and not replaceable if lost/stolen. Contest Sponsor reserves the right to substitute a prize, in whole or in part, with a prize of at least equal value in the event of the unavailability, for whatever reason, of the advertised prize.

8. RULINGS – Rulings by Contest Sponsor are final and without appeal in all matters related to the promotion, the administration of the Contest and the awarding of the prizes.

9. ODDS OF WINNING – Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries. Contest Sponsor takes no responsibility for lost, stolen, delayed, damaged, misdirected, late or destroyed entries, or for typographical or other production errors. Contest Sponsor is not responsible for any errors or omissions in printing or advertising this Contest. All entries become the property of the Contest Sponsor.

10. CONSENT TO PUBLICITY – By entering this Contest and/or accepting a prize, entrants consent to the use of their entry, name, city of residence and/or voice, statements, any photographs or other likenesses for publicity, advertising or informational purposes carried out by the Contest Sponsor and/or its advertising agencies in any medium or format without further notice or compensation.

11. LEGISLATION – The Contest is subject to all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws and regulations.

12. COMMUNICATIONS – No communications will be entered into except with selected entrants.

13. PRIVACY – Rogers is collecting personal data about entrants for the purpose of administering this Contest. No further informational or marketing communications will be received by entrants unless entrants provide Rogers with explicit permission to do so. Please see Rogers’ Privacy Policy at www.rogers.com for information on its policy towards maintaining the privacy and security of user information.
14. RELEASE OF LIABILITY – By entering this Contest, entrants release and hold harmless the Contest Sponsor, its advertising and promotional agencies and the contest judge(s), their affiliates and respective directors, officers, owners, partners, employees, agents, dealers, representatives, successors and assigns (collectively the “Releasees”) from any liability in connection with this Contest or, if declared a winner, the prize.

15. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY – Releasees do not assume any responsibility and each entrant releases Releasees from any and all claims, actions, damages, loss, injury, costs, demands and liabilities of whatever nature or kind arising in connection with the Contest and/or prizes including, without limitation, the administration of the Contest, the selection and confirmation of Winner, and the awarding and use of the prize.

Contest Sponsor assumes no responsibility for failure of the internet or the website during the promotional period, for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer on-line systems, servers, access providers, computer equipment, software, failure of any email or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website, or any combination thereof including any injury or damage to an entrant’s or any other person’s computer related to or resulting from playing or downloading any material in the promotion. Contest Sponsor reserves the right to cancel or suspend this Contest should a virus, bug or other cause beyond their reasonable control corrupt the security or proper administration of the Contest. Any attempt to deliberately damage any web site or to undermine the legitimate operation of this promotion may be a violation of criminal and civil laws. Should such an attempt be made, Contest Sponsor reserves the right to seek remedies and damages to the fullest extent permitted by law, including criminal prosecution.

©2014 Rogers Communications

 

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How you can tune-up your device

Working at Rogers, I get a lot of questions from my friends about their smartphones. Recently, my good friend was telling me her device is really slowing down. Her battery isn’t holding a charge like it used to and the OS tends to freeze up. Like most of us, the thought of sending her phone out for repair induces panic; how can she even think about parting with her device?

If this sounds like you and your device, you’ll love our new, free, in-store service program – Device Tune-Up, that solves many of your smartphone issues on the spot.

As the video below describes, Device Tune-Up has multiple features with unique benefits for you and your cherished device:

Get a Device HealthCheck

  • We’ll run a Device HealthCheck to make sure your smartphone is up to date and running like new
  • Depending on your operating system we can check what apps are running, what is using up your battery, if you have the latest OS and more

Safeguard your data

  • Are you passing your phone down to a friend or family member? Device Tune-Up can securely wipe you data and even back it up.

Transfer data from one device to another

  • If you’re getting an upgrade, Device Tune-Up can transfer your data from your old smartphone to your new one so you can be up and running right away
  • Depending on your OS or where your data is saved, contacts, images, videos and SMS can be transferred

Check out the video below to learn more or visit rogers.com/devicetuneup.

Will you be bringing in your smartphone for a Device Tune-Up? Share your experience here.
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Weekend Reading: Back to school tech, LG G3 reviews and #weddingsocialstats

Weekend readingIt’s Friday so check out the Weekend Reading below, as we explore tech in the classroom, share further thoughts on the LG G3 and learn how weddings are hashtag friendly.

Talking tech for back to school

 Nine days until most students pack their school bags and lunches, tie up their laces and head back to class. Leading up to the first day, many students are searching for their back to school tech that will help them both in and outside of the classroom. This week for example, we discussed how technology, access to the internet and use of a laptop, smartphone and tablet is enhancing our educational experiences. To further share how technology is being used by students, we also spoke with two of our Rogers social insiders, who shared how cable, internet, and mobile devices kept them afloat during their university years.

What folks are saying about the LG G3

The LG G3 continues to make positive impressions across the tech community. We discussed our favourite LG G3 features in a post earlier this month, but if you want to dive into the specs and capabilities a little more you can go two ways. Either check out this LG G3 video review on Youtube by Karl Conrad or read IT Nerd’s in-depth review here. Or if you’re really in the LG G3 mood, do both!

Tell us – do you have any LG G3 reviews to share?

Brides say ‘I do’ to social media

Summer is a busy time for weddings, so I thought we’d share some social stats around the social networking bride. A Mashable and Knot.com survey revealed brides take to online to share their news; within hours of saying yes, 28 per cent of brides-to-be update their social media statues, while 24 per cent share the news the next day. 70 per cent of brides were already making plans on Pinterest, while 89 per cent use wedding planning apps to assist with making lists, counting down days, browsing gowns and more.

Hashtags are also becoming part of the new age wedding culture, with more than half of couples (55 per cent) using a wedding hashtag. Guests are encouraged to share their photos on social; with 68 per cent of brides wanting them posted in real-time.

Have you, or someone you know used social media or mobile apps to help plan a wedding? Share your experience below.

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Back to School: Tech in university times

photo 2As we discussed in our last back to school post, technology continues to play a growing role in the classroom. We’ve learned, for example, that fifty-five per cent of students report using online services to help them write their papers; eighty per cent use social networks to help them study.

We wanted to truly understand the students of this generation, so we quizzed our Rogers social insiders to get their take on how tech influenced their day-to-day university student life. Meet, Cato Pastoll, who studied at the Richard Ivey School of Business and just launched Lending Loop, an online marketplace for Canadians to lend money to growing local businesses took on the challenge. And Rosalyn Gambhir (on the left) who studied Computer Engineering at Queen’s University in Kingston,  who shares her for love everything local, pretty, and techy in her blog.

What were the top ways you used your smartphone or tablet when you were away at school?

CP: There are so many examples. From tethering while away from home to do school projects, to watching my favourite sports teams on-the-go, and using the school’s mobile app to check my schedule, grades and any other school information. I also used it to connect with classmates and Google Docs helped us work collaboratively. As I was working part-time, my smartphone was also a great tool to keep on top of work emails and my ever-growing schedule.

RG: Being away for university, I used my smartphone to communicate with my friends back home but I also used it to plan study groups or coffee catch-up sessions. My reliable plan, with unlimited texting was key.

We know accessing the Internet is super important for students. How did you stay connected when at home, away from campus?

CP: I don’t think anyone could survive at university without an Internet connection. I shared mine with a roommate, we had a student package which gave us a lot of bandwidth, and allowed us to easily split the cost.  With Internet right in our home, we never had trouble doing our research, finalizing project stats…in addition of course to gaming and movie watching in our downtime.

RG: Being in university, the first year I resided in dorms while the last three years I choose to live in a house with five other girls. Internet was our saviour to the outside world as it allowed us to stay connected with our friends and parents back home, in addition to letting us be on top of our school work. It was convenient to have one service provider and split the bill every month – this turned out to be the most cost effective.

Cable is also an essential must-have for students. Did you and your roommates or friends have any TV show/movie/sport watching rituals?

CP: I watch Game of Thrones whenever it’s on. I’m also a really big soccer fan so I’d be up at 7:30AM every Saturday morning to watch all the games of the Premiere League. I needed to catch big sports events like the superbowl and playoffs – these games cannot be missed.

RG: In a house with five girls, cable was a must! We were big fans of TV shows - Doctor Who, Criminal Minds, The Bachelorette, The Bachelor, Pretty Little Liars, Vampire Diaries, and One Tree Hill –  we never missed one. Sometimes we went through TV marathons on lazy days and watched Veronica Mars, Dawson’s Creek, Felicity, One Tree Hill, Gilmore Girls​ and more. We made a point to share evenings together on Sundays, it was our girls bonding time!

Sometimes, your smartphone or your internet connection can be a life-saver. Have an example?

CP: I arrived at campus one day to hand in a paper that was due within 30 minutes! I realized that I had left it at home and was never going to make the deadline. Luckily, I keep all my files in my OneDrive so they are always stored in the cloud. Within minutes, I was able to download the file to my smartphone from OneDrive, correct any last minute mistakes using my mobile office application and then email it to the school printer. Without my smartphone I would have surely gotten an F.

RG: As a student, I sometimes procrastinated, particularly when there was fun and games for distraction. Although school work should have come first, handing in an assignment at 11:58PM, when it was due at midnight, did happen from time to time. With no time to spare, the internet and a fast reliable connection was my life saver, especially during crunch time.

To ensure you’re heading back to school with a new device in hand, Rogers is offering new and current customers up to $100 off the hottest smartphones when activated on 2-year Share Everything plans. Share Everything plans lets students share wireless data between up to 10 wireless devices, like roommates and family members, to maximize data usage and bring down costs,

Students headed back to university or college, can also learn about our budget-friendly internet and cable bundles to share with your roommates here.

Tell us, do you have any tech tips for university or college students?

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Back to School: How technology helps in the classroom

shutterstock_124814620Back to school is not what it used to be. Laptops have replaced three-ring binders; many back-breaking textbooks are now available as e-books; notes are written on digital screens; and schedules are tracked using smartphones. For this generation, the end of summer means it’s time to check out the latest tech to get the most of your school year, whether you’re heading back to elementary school or off to university.

A recent report by Price Waterhouse Coopers showed Canadians are ready for a digital education, one that incorporates tablets, laptops, smartphones and more. Over eighty per cent of us believe technology is a means to better prepare students for the future; with over three quarters of us seeing it as a tool to make education more engaging.

Access to the internet and use of a laptop, smartphone and tablet is already enhancing educational experiences, in and out of the classroom:

To ensure you’re heading back to school with the latest tech, Rogers is offering new and current customers up to $100 off the hottest smartphones when activated on 2-year Share Everything plans. Share Everything plans lets students share wireless data between up to 10 wireless devices, like roommates and family members, to maximize data usage and bring down costs.

Or if you’re off to college or university, learn about our budget-friendly internet and cable bundles to share with your roommates here.

Stay tuned for more back to school articles to help you gear up for the year!

How do you plan on using technology in the classroom?

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Your world front and centre with the Nokia Lumia 635

Lumia1The Nokia Lumia 635 is now available with Rogers, and is ready for you to discover. With Windows Phone 8.1, Live Tiles that provide real-time social updates, its wide array of apps and fast speed on Rogers LTE network, the Nokia Lumia 635 is a colourful device not to be missed! Check out the post below, as Connected Rogers explores how you can personalize and use your Nokia Lumia 635.

1. Real Estate
In Windows Phone 8.1 running on the Nokia Lumia 635, you have the option to add a third row of tiles to customize your Start-screen layout. This gives you more room to pin just about anything you like: pps, contacts, websites, directions and more.

To add a third row to your Start screen:
1. In the App list, tap Settings (the cog icon), then choose Start + theme.
2. Tap the switch beside Show More Tiles to turn this feature on.
3. Tap the Start button to return to the Start screen.
4. Tap and hold tiles to move and resize them to completely customize the layout.

2. Change It Up
New in Windows Phone 8.1 running on the Nokia Lumia 635, you can change your Start-screen wallpaper and see it shine through transparent Live Tiles.

To change your Start-screen background:
1. Swipe down from the top of the screen to access Action Centre.
2. Tap All Settings, then tap start + theme.
3. Under Start background, tap to choose a photo.
4. Crop the photo as desired, then tap OK to save the photo as you see it on the screen.
5. Optionally, change the background settings and accent colour to complement your wallpaper.

3. The Big Screen
You can wirelessly share your screen with any of a growing number of Miracast-enabled devices – such as projectors, monitors and TVs – to see it up on the big screen.

Here’s how:
1. Turn on the Miracast-enabled device.
2. On your Nokia Lumia 635, tap to choose Settings from the App list.
3. Tap project my screen.
4. Select the Miracast-enabled wireless display from the list, then tap yes to allow projection.
5. Your Windows Phone 8.1 screen will pop up on the Miracast display.

Tip: If you don’t have a Miracast-compatible display, there are USB dongles available that can be plugged in to add Miracast functionality.

The Nokia Lumia is available in Rogers retail locations and online at Rogers.com, for $0 on select two-year Share Everything plans. It also comes with a Rogers exclusive removable green glossy case in the box.

Tell us, what Nokia Lumia 635 feature has you intrigued?

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How to use Quick Theatre and multitask on the LG G Flex

LG G FlexConnected shares how to use two cool features that showcase the massive curved screen of the LG G Flex Android device.

Mobile Theatre

QuickTheater gives you instant access to your pictures and videos, as well as YouTube, whenever you’d like. Here’s how to access this LG G Flex-only feature.

1. On the LG G Flex lock screen, turn the device into landscape mode.

2. With your thumbs in the middle of the screen, slide them apart (like a theatre curtain opening) to access QuickTheater.

3. Tap Videos or Photos, and swipe to the left to choose what you’d like to see in a beautiful panoramic view.

4. Tap any item to view.

Stackable Multitasking

With screen space to spare, the LG G Flex lets you split the screen and stack apps one atop the other in a two-panel multitasking mode called Dual Window.

How to use Dual Window mode:

1. Tap and hold the Back key for a second to launch Dual Window.

2. Tap any app and drag it to the bottom of the screen to open.

3. Grab any other app and drag it to the top of the screen.

With two apps open, you can…

1. Tap the leftmost icon in the middle bar to access settings.

2. Tap the blue downward arrow and drag to resize the app windows.

3. Tap the rightmost two-arrows icon to have the apps swap places.

Tip: If you rotate the LG G Flex into landscape mode, Dual Window apps will appear side-by-side instead of stacked one atop the other.

Check out more quick tips and tutorials from Connected.

What would you do with a six-inch screen?

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