Month: خرداد ۱۳۹۶

Amazon gets patent for package parachutes


Now with parachutes!
Now with parachutes!

Image: Amazon/REX/Shutterstock

It’s no secret that Amazon’s been pursuing the delivery-by-drone method for a while now, but now we have a better idea about the next step in the evolution of that plan thanks to a new patent the mega-company received. 

As flagged by GeekWire, Amazon has received a patent for a shipping label with a parachute built in, intended for “packages to be dropped from the aerial vehicle, yet land at the package’s destination without damage.” 

Amazon's nifty package parachute

Amazon’s nifty package parachute

Image: US Patent/trademark office

The parachute would be built in as part of the shipping label but done so using a harness or other method that keeps the cords of the parachute from getting tangled, screwing up the parachute, and sending your latest Precious Moments figurine purchase crashing to the ground.

According to the patent, the parachute could be made from any number of materials, including paper, canvas, silk, nylon, or a combination. 

The execution of the plan is simple: the drone launches with the package, flies to its location, confirms its location (via GPS, cell location, or even an onboard camera), drops the package to the ground safely, and then flies away.

Video or other sensors like radar can confirm the successful deployment of the parachuted package. 

Here comes your package! Plop!

Here comes your package! Plop!

Image: US Patent/Trademark office

There are still plenty of things to take into consideration, too, like the weight of the package and rate of descent. Other issues include the exact location of delivery. Can a drone safely maneuver its way to your front porch like a UPS driver or will it be plopped in your yard where it’s exposed to the elements, from rain to the neighbor’s dog?  

The patent does note that if the package winds up, say, on your roof or in a tree, the drone will be able to communicate with a control center to let them know. Perhaps a push notification of hey, the package is stuck in a tree, whoops, my bad.

If you’re into that sort of thing, the entire patent goes into more detail about the materials that could be used, how the parachute would fit into the label, and all kinds of other possibilities. MAGIC POSSIBILITIES.

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آخرین قیمت گوشی های میان رده سامسونگ ، هواوی ، سونی (۱۰خرداد)


اخرین قیمت گوشی های میان رده

 سامسونگ

نام گوشیقیمت
A3 (2017) – ۱۶G ۸۹۵ هزار تومان تا  ۹۱۰ هزار تومان
A5 (2017) – ۳۲G۱ میلیون و ۳۰۰ هزار تومان
A7 (2017) – ۳۲G۱میلیون و ۴۸۰ هزار تومان
J7 (2016) – ۱۶G۷۰۵هزار تومان
J7 (2017) – ۱۶G۸۲۰ هزار تومان
J5 Prime – ۱۶G۶۳۰ هزار تومان
J5 (2016) – ۱۶G۶۰۰هزار تومان تا ۶۳۰هزار تومان

 

 

هواوی

نام گوشیقیمت
P10 Lite -16G۹۲۰هزار تومان تا ۹۴۰هزار تومان
Honor 8 – ۳۲G۱ میلیون و ۲۶۵ هزار تومان تا ۱ میلیون و ۲۹۰ هزار تومان
Honor 6X – ۳۲۸۲۵هزار تومان

 

 

سونی

نام گوشیقیمت
XPeria L1 – ۱۶G۸۵۰هزار تومان تا ۹۰۰هزار تومان
XA1 – ۳۲G۱ میلیون و ۴۰ هزار تومان تا ۱ میلیون و ۵۰ هزار تومان
XA Ultra – ۱۶G۱ میلیون و ۲۰ هزار تومان  تا ۱ میلیون و ۴۰ هزار تومان
X Compact – ۳۲G۱ میلیون و ۴۸۰ هزار تومان تا ۱ میلیون و ۴۹۵ هزار تومان

 

 

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وبسایت مکس بررسی ویژگی های نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس ROG Swift PG35VQ


نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس یکی از انقلاب های موجود در عرصه ی گیمینگ مطرح می شود. بازی کردن یکی از لذت بخش ترین سرگرمی های دنیا است ، اما به شرطی که با ابزار مناسب انجام شود. یکی از این ابزارهای ضروری نمایشگر می باشد که باید همیشه و در هر جایی برای بازی کردن وجود داشته باشد. از طرفی وجود نام ایسوس در کنار این نمایشگر نشان دهنده ی کیفیت بالا ، طراحی بی نظیر و قیمت پایین است. بخترین سخت افزارها در این برند کاربرد دارد ، اما قیمت نهایی محصول بسیار منصفانه در نظر گرفته شده است.

نمایشگرهای بسیاری در بازار وجود دارد ، اما پیدا کردن یک نمایشگر خوب ، آن هم برای بازی کردن ، کاری سخت است. به همین دلیل در این مطلب از مکس قصد داریم تا یکی از جدیدترین و بهترین موارد آن را برای شما توضیح دهیم. این محصول در یک نمایشگاه معرفی شده است و به زودی به بازار راه خواهد یافت.

اما به صورت کلی هرچه میزان این نمایشگرها بزرگتر باشد ، هیجان بازی بیشتر می شود. به همین دلیل نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس به عنوان یکی از کاراترین نمایشگرها برای بازی کردن معرفی شده است ، میزان اندازه ی این نمایشگر بسیار زیبا در حدود سی و پنج اینچ می باشد که برای بازی کردن اندازه ی مناسبی است. گرچه که قیمت این نمایشگر با نام ROG Swift PG35VQ هنوز اعلام نشده است ، اما می توان قطعا حدود قیمت آن را از افرادی که در این راستا فعالیت دارند ، جویا شد.

نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس

نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس ، به دلیل خمیده بودن خود می تواند عمق و جذابیت را به بازی بیافزاید ، به چنین ترتیبی ، هر دو فرد بازی کننده می توانند دو سوی تصویر را مشاهده کنند. اما یکی از ضعف هایی که در خصوص نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس وجود دارد ، تغییر رنگ ها می باشد. زیرا رنگ ها در حالت اصلی خود به کار نرفته اند ، این موضوع بخصوص در زمانی شفاف تر می شود که نور بسیار جیغ باشد.

شاید برخی از افراد چنین تصوری داشته باشند که نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس تنها برای کارهایی مثل بازی کردن است ، اما برخلاف این کار شما می توانید این نمایشگر را بر روی میز کامپیوتر خود قرار دهید و از آن به عنوان یک نمایشگر برای کارهای کامپیوتری خود هم استفاده کنید. لذت دیدن تصاویر بزرگ تر و واضح تر را در این نمایشگر می توانید تجربه کنید. زیرا این نمایشگر از بهترین ویژگی ها همچون دارا بودن G-sync انویدیا برخوردار است. وقتی نام انویدیا در جایی باشد ، نشان دهنده ی آن است که سرعت در حرکات مختلف بسیار بالا بوده و این موضوع برای یک فردی که در حال بازی کردن می باشد بسیار اهمیت دارد. با انویدیا دیگر مشکلی در تصاویر وجود ندارد و همه چیز طبق آنچه شما می خواهید طراحی شده اند.

میزان وضوح تصویر در نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس ۱۴۴۰ در ۳۴۴۰ می باشد که در حد قابل قبولی قرار دارد. البته این مدل از نمایشگر ایسوس با مدل قبلی خود تفاوت زیادی دارد ، اما در عمل با تغییرات مختلف آن آشنا خواهید شد. هر بازی که دوست دارید ، فرقی ندارد اکشن باشد یا ماجراجویانه همه و همه در این نمایشگر که از نوع ال سی دی می باشد به صورت واقعی نشان داده خواهد شد. این مدل از آخرین دستاوردهای ایسوس می باشد که قرار است در ماه های آتی روانه ی بازار شود.

ایسوس یکی از برندهای خوب در زمینه ی وسایل الکترونیکی می باشد ، قیمت سایر وسایل آن با توجه به آنکه از نظر سخت افزاری در حد بالایی هم قرار دارند ، چندان با قیمت بالا عرضه نمی شود ، زیرا مشتری مداری و رضایت خریداران هدف بزرگ ایسوس است ، بنابراین این نمایشگر هم به همین روش عمل خواهد کرد و با توجه به ویژگی هایی که دارد دارای یک قیمت مناسب خواهد بود تا از این محصول هم همچون محصولات قبلی این شرکت بازدید و استقبال خوبی به عمل آید.

اگر دوست دارید که بهترین بازی ها را با بهترین نمایشگرها تجربه کنید قطعا نمایشگر خمیده ایسوس یکی از آن موارد می باشد که به راحتی در دسترس شما قرار خواهد گرفت. دیگر نیازی به خرید لپ تاپ های گران قیمت گیمینگ نیست بلکه با یک سیستم خود و یک نمایشگر به روز می توانید ، تجربه ای فراتر را احساس کنید.






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A ‘deep like’ is the worst thing that can happen when you’re lurking on Instagram


I was 92 weeks deep in a stranger’s Instagram account when something truly terrible happened — my finger accidentally double-tapped the screen, resulting in the dreaded “deep like.” Cue: panic, profound regret, and infinite embarrassment.

A deep like is the moment you accidentally “like” a really old photo when lurking on someone’s Instagram profile. Many of us are guilty of deep liking, and others live in fear of the dreaded moment our finger slips and hits the heart button by mistake. 

I’d been seeing a guy for a few months when things began to turn sour. I wasn’t sure if I was being ghosted or if he was seeing someone else. Naturally, I conducted an investigation. And a highly dangerous one at that. 

First I trawled the photos Matt was tagged in. My heart began to race as I saw a new photo — posted by his housemate — in which he was standing behind a very pretty woman. Who is she? Why is he standing beside her?

I instantly clicked on the account and began trawling this stranger’s feed for clues. And that’s when it happened. Ninety-two weeks in, I liked a photo of this random bloke’s grandparents eating a roast dinner. And, I saw my life — and soon-to-be-over relationship — flash before my eyes.

I’m not alone in this deeply real struggle. Student Maria Bendo says her “deep like experience” happened when she was perusing the Instagram account of an old high school peer who she’d never spoken to before.

“I was going through old photos to see what they had been up to, found out they had a baby and I accidentally liked a picture of their baby that was almost a year old,” says Bendo. She says she’s usually pretty stealthy when “deep-diving,” but something went wrong on this particular occasion.

“I immediately un-liked it, closed the app and genuinely contemplated deleting my account, hoping that they would never see the notification (a delusional thought),” says Bendo. She says she was “absolutely mortified” and made her account private rather than deleting her account altogether.

Ligia Amaral — who works in PR — says she was “skimming through” a friend of a friend’s profile — a woman who she’d never met — and accidentally double-tapped while she was trying to zoom. “In that moment, it felt like time froze and my heart sunk down in my stomach,” says Amaral. 

“It’s almost weirder when it’s someone you have mutual friends with than a randomer — so I quickly picked myself up and changed my Instagram name AND handle to @ligialamaral so that when she searched for me, she wouldn’t be able to find me,” says Amaral.

Ever since then, Amaral has used the account she set up for her cat for all her Insta lurking needs. She says it saves her the embarrassment because no one thinks twice about a cat liking one of their photos.

Account executive Siobhán Meehan says she was on the “receiving end of a deep like” of a photo that was a couple of weeks old.

She uses her cat’s Insta account for all her lurking needs.

“The person who liked the photo turned out to be my ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend and she had liked a picture of me and my new boyfriend,” says Meehan. The new girlfriend immediately unliked the photo, but she wasn’t fast enough: Meehan still got a notification. “She was clearly have a good old stalk on my profile and accidentally double-tapped,” says Meehan. Awkward!

If you find yourself falling prey to a deep like situation, there are a few ways to style it out to minimise the brutal humiliation of being caught red-handed. Some people recommend immediately un-liking the photo and then liking a more recent photo, so that the push notification doesn’t seem too suspicious. Others prefer to set their Insta accounts to private for a day, or change their Instagram handles. 

Regardless of your choice of style-out, don’t worry too much. Because, if we’re being honest with ourselves, how much attention do we really pay to the strangers who like our Instagram photos? Not much. But, deep liking is an experience that’s best avoided if you can. 

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CNN fires Kathy Griffin over her controversial Trump photo shoot


CNN's New Year's program will look different this year with no Kathy Griffin co-hosting with Anderson Cooper.
CNN’s New Year’s program will look different this year with no Kathy Griffin co-hosting with Anderson Cooper.

Image: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images

New Year’s Eve 2017 is going to be different on CNN this year.

The cable network’s annual show, New Year’s Eve Live, co-hosted for almost the past 10 years by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and comedian Kathy Griffin, will no longer include Griffin.

CNN announced her firing Wednesday morning a day after she was pictured in a photo shoot with a bloody beheaded Donald Trump art piece.

Griffin had apologized for the photo after conservatives and liberals alike derided the gruesome display. Her co-host, Cooper, had vehemently called out the photo shoot and Griffin’s participation.

The graphic image is below:

CNN’s announcement came hours after Donald Trump called out Griffin for the “sick!” photo that upset his children. Donald Trump Jr. had specifically tweeted at CNN to drop Griffin from its programming.

Griffin deleted the photos from her Twitter and her explanation defending the work, which she said had been shot by photographer Tyler Shields. Last week he had hinted at the work with this tweet: 

She tweeted Tuesday, “OBVIOUSLY, I do not condone ANY violence by my fans or others to anyone, ever! I’m merely mocking the Mocker in Chief.”

The CEO of Squatty Potty, a toilet stool known for its over-the-top ads, decided Tuesday night to suspend a new ad campaign starring Griffin. The CEO said in a statement the suspension demonstrates the company’s “commitment to a culture of decency, civility and tolerance.”

The fallout continues.

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Justin Bieber searched ‘MDMA used for’ on YouTube and Instagrammed the results


Image: photo by FABIO TEIXEIRA/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Since Just Bieber returned to Instagram, he’s used the platform to experiment with artistic expression, whether he’s announcing his conjunctivitis diagnosis of documenting his abs. Usually. he’s documenting his abs. 

This morning, Bieber was so inspired that he Instagrammed 26 times in a single hour, including a TMZ screenshot of himself getting into an altercation and a photoshop of his head on Halsey’s body. 

In his endless thirst for wisdom, he also apparently searched for uses of ecstasy on YouTube and shared a video of what he found out, because he is a generous soul who can’t help but let his fountain of knowledge spill out onto the streets. 

purpose

A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

The video is a compilation titled “WHEN PEOPLE GET HIGH AS F*CK” and it’s not one of the top results for “MDMA used for” so it seems like Bieber went down quite the rabbit hole. 

The clip Bieber shared transitions from a Jerry Springer segment to an interview with a shirtless man. A woman asks, “What do you think the meaning of life is?” The bearded subject, in true Bieber fashion, responds, “To live in the mystery and to find purpose.” Damn, true. 

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It’s time to destroy startup-style workaholism once and for all


There’s a debate raging in Silicon Valley this week that you should really know about. 

Though it may look like just a few heated Twitter exchanges and at least one scathing blog post, it’s really a high-profile fight over who gets to decide how we value work in the 21st century. 

We can probably all agree that dedicated, diligent employees are essential for any workplace, but some people argue for more — they want you to become a workaholic, singularly obsessed with achieving the company’s mission. 

This is no small difference, and you probably feel the repercussions in your everyday life. You may be an industrious soul, devising creative solutions for whatever problems come your way, and are happy to devote your talent and time to your employer. But you might also resent the fact that your days are long — so long that you rarely get to wind down with a bike ride, see close friends, or even spend time with your kids. 

On Monday, Blake Robbins, an associate at the venture capital firm Ludlow, gave voice to such experiences, daring to challenge the culture of workaholism that pervades the startup world. 

“When I first got into tech. I thought it was ‘cool’ to work on the weekends or holidays,” Robbins tweeted. “I quickly realized that’s a recipe for disaster.” In a follow-up post he added, “I promise you…your competition isn’t beating you because they are working more hours than you. It’s because they are working smarter.” 

The remarks were sensible personal observations, but an hour later entrepreneur and investor Keith Rabois‏ issued a two-word rebuttal: “Totally false.” 

At first, the thread launched a conversation among male entrepreneurs mostly on the merits of nonstop work, and soon more skeptical people, including women, started to weigh in. Some clearly felt invested in the status quo, while others were alarmed by it. 

The workaholism at the center of this debate demands that you take an endless string of sacrifices in stride — as if a full-tilt obsession with work, to the exclusion of all else, is the only path to success. It ignores the reality that a person can be passionate, persistent, and hard-working and also find fulfillment in other aspects of life. Indeed, that satisfaction probably enhances their vision in ways that are difficult to quantify. The overbearing philosophy of workaholism, which is rooted in macho stereotypes about what hard work should look like, also conveniently leaves out some difficult facts.

First, that model of work in corporate America was pioneered by white men whose wives, often with aid from domestic workers, took care of running a household. Without such an arrangement, it would be literally impossible to work long hours or around the clock and have any caregiving responsibilities. And yet we continue to pretend that a “strong” work ethic requires nothing but your own iron will. 

Second, workaholism is costly, even if you think the brute force of racking up hours in the office or on the road will inevitably yield innovation and success. What often happens instead is burnout, which can become an expensive problem for a company. A culture that promotes relentless work also sidelines a lot of talented women. They may feel that in order to be competitive with their male peers they must leave their kids in daycare for nine hours so that a nanny or grandparent (if they even have that support) can put them to bed, and decide that worshipping at the altar of workaholism isn’t for them. 

A work culture that values how many hours you put in above all else also sets up the perverse expectation that men, by nature, won’t care as much about spending quality time with their children, that it’s expendable if the money or opportunity is right. And, hey, it might be for some men and women, but this is exactly how we end up with a less-than-diverse workforce. 

Women of color, in particular, are effectively penalized twice by a philosophy of professional work created by white men. That myopic vision about which candidates are a good “culture fit” often leave women of color out of the picture, and when they do break through that barrier, they must still reckon with the practical challenges of having a family or a personal life at a company that thinks both of those things should come second to your work. This isn’t just a personal matter: Research has found that a more diverse staff is more likely to produce better financial returns. 

This old-fashioned approach to productivity and creativity rests on a laundry list of assumptions about who you’re hiring and who’s holding down the home front. And even if someone’s wife or partner has her own job, the societal expectation is that she’ll drop off and pick up the kids, take them to their doctor’s appointments, and volunteer for field trips. 

Workaholism perpetuates a macho vision of what the most valuable efforts should look like: grueling, never-ending, and capable of destroying your competition. These ideas didn’t just materialize from the ether. They’re engrained in how we’re taught to value the work that men and women do, but they’re also a special feature of the startup world. 

As David Heinemeier Hansson, cofounder and chief technology officer of Basecamp, pointed out in his blog post about workaholism, venture capital “money men” set these expectations by trying to “compress a lifetime’s worth of work into the abbreviated timeline of a venture fund.”

While Silicon Valley companies like Facebook and Google fret about how to increase the number of women in their ranks, few leaders in tech would suggest shortening the work day for the same pay.  Such a strategy probably looks like an invitation to employees to take their jobs less seriously, even if it might help attract and retain more diverse talent. 

“The status quo survived in tact with some modifications. Those concessions make it easier, but you still work the same, if not longer, hours.” 

People should be offended, angry even, that they have to defend their desire to spend even a few hours a day with their loved ones. For single or childless workers, the burden is different but still punishing: Without the borderline acceptable excuse of missing a meeting or coming in late because they needed to tend to a child, they instead feel the pressure to have no personal life at all. 

That parents haven’t revolted against an average work day that’s getting longer and now stands at 8.8 hours is worth reflecting on. While it may not seem like a long day, it’s certainly longer than most school days and day care availability when you also factor in the time it takes to commute. 

The silence about this logistical nightmare probably has something to do with the long shadow of the Great Recession, which gave companies more power to wield over employees nervous about being laid off. 

Yet there’s also the long march of white women entering the professional workforce during the 1970s and ’80s; to challenge the length of a work day widely accepted by one’s males peers would be to admit defeat in the hoary “can she have it all?” debate.

Instead, the women who stayed in those jobs found individual workarounds to spend time with their family, or simply decided not to be as present as they once hoped. The status quo survived in tact with some modifications, like remote work and flex-scheduling. Those concessions make it easier, but you still work the same, if not longer, hours. 

The truth is that our system for valuing work and appraising the contributions of talented, dedicated employees is broken because it places so much emphasis on time. What we need are companies and business leaders open to the idea that a macho work culture actually holds them back and may even hurt their long-term chances for success. (See Travis Kalanick’s Uber troubles, if you need more convincing.)

We need businesses that are willing to experiment with new ways of measuring creativity and productivity. Most of all, we desperately need senior leaders and mid-level managers to show their employees every day that it’s acceptable — even encouraged — for them to have outside pursuits, including families. Defending workaholism at this point demonstrates a tremendous lack of imagination about what people can achieve when they’re fulfilled at both work and home. 

But there’s something arguably more sinister happening beneath the surface of that apologism. People who justify workaholism often can’t admit that many of America’s favorite heroes — renowned for their relentless work ethic — built their achievements and empires on the backs of women and domestic workers, not to mention the innumerable sacrifices of employees who might not have been paid fairly and spent far too much time away from their families. 

If that sounds quaint or naive, it’s time to rethink why you work so hard in the first place. Sure, it feels good to dedicate yourself to a mission or calling, and great if you can make money while doing so. But if we happily comply with the idea that gifted visionaries are within their rights to ask us to forgo our full humanity in pursuit of their fame and fortune, that ultimately means we trade in countless precious moments with our loved ones so that someone else can become a legend.  

It’s long past time to strike a better bargain for ourselves. 

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چگونه می توانیم عکس های بدون استفاده و دانلود شده در واتس آپ ، تلگرام ،لاین و …. را بصورت خودکار پاک کنیم ؟





حذف خودکار عکس های دانلود شده در اپلکیشن های پیام رسان

چگونه می توانیم عکس های بدون استفاده و دانلود شده در واتس آپ ، تلگرام ،لاین و …. را بصورت خودکار پاک کنیم ؟برنامه های واتس آپ ، تلگرام ، لاین و دیگر شبکه های اجتماعی امروزه با استقبال زیاد کاربران روبرو شده اند به گونه ی که کاربران همیشه دوست دارند برای برقراری ارتباط با یکدیگر از آنها استفاده کنند ، لازم است برای استفاده از آنها بخوبی کار با آنها را یاد بگیریم . اما این امکان وجود دارد هنگامی که از آنها استفاده می کنیم به صورت ناخواسته عکس های در دستگاه ما دانلود شوند و همچنین ذخیره گردند در صورتی که برخی از این عکس ها هیچ وقت نیاز ما نمی شوند یا فقط دوست داشته باشیم یکبار آنها را مشاهده کنیم .

برای پاک کردن عکس ها می توانید آنها را در درون برنامه انتخاب کنید و سپس آنها را پاک کنید که باید دقت داشته باشید این کار زمان زیادی را می طلبد زیرا باید تک به تک عکس ها در گروه ها و چت های خصوصی انتخاب کنیم و بعد پاک کنیم ، اما برای اینکار راه حلی وجود دارد که کافی است مراحل زیر را دنبال کنید تا عکس های که در برنامه های مانند لاین ، واتس اپ و تلگرام و … دانلود شده است به شکل خودکار حذف گردند البته فراموش نکنید که می توانید در تنظیمات برخی از اپلیکیشن ها اقدام به غیر فعال سازی دانلود خودکار تصویرها نمایید اما افزون بر این روش ،  می توانید از روش های دیگری نیز استفاده نمایید : ( با ادامه این پست با ما همراه باشید) .

 

Magic cleaner

اگر می خواهید به راحتی عکس های که در برنامه ارسال و دریافت شده اند را پاک کنید می توانید از این اپلیکیشن(Magic cleaner ) استفاده کنید .فعلا کاربران اندرویدی قادر به استفاده از این برنامه هستند و نسخه اندرویدی آن معرفی شده است  .

روش کار با این اپلیکیشن بسیار راحت است و برای کار با آن نیاز به مهارت خاصی نداشته است بعد از اینکه برنامه را بر روی دستگاه خود نصب کردید کافی است شما گزینه Next  را لمس کنید تا جستجو توسط برنامه در حافظه دستگاه شما آغاز گردد.

برای کار با این اپلیکیشن کافی است چند نکته را در نظر بگیرید .

اولین نکته اتصال به اینترنت در زمان استفاده از اپلیکیشن می باشد ( هنگام کار با اپلیکیشن حتما باید اینترنت گوشی خود را متصل نمایید) . دومین نکته عملکرد اپلیکیشن می باشد ؛ به گونه ی است عکس های که در گوشی شما وجود دارد را با عکس های در پایگاه داده اینترنتی مقایسه می نماید و سپس به این نتیجه می رسد که چه عکس های بدون کاربرد می باشد ، البته این مقایسه در زمان کوتاهی اتفاق می افتد.

بعد از اینکه این مقایسه انجام شد و تشخیص عکس های بدون کاربرد که توسط برنامه های پیام رسان صورت گرفت ، اپلیکیشن از شما می خواهد تا اگر با حذف آنها موافق هستید روی دکمه Clean کلیک کنید تا همه ی عکس ها پاک گردند .

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سلام خدمت شما اگر با رمزینه آشنا هستید در جریان هستید که با رمزینه  قادر بوده  آدرس وب، اس ام اس، اطلاعات تماس، شماره تلفن، قیمت و مشخصات یک کالا به صورت همزمان، یا هر نوع نوشته و داده‌ دیگری باشد در یک بارکد دو بعدی با ساختار ماتریسی قرار داد.

 

رمزینه پاسخ سریع  هم ‌اکنون در مفهومی بسیار وسیع‌ در اروپا، آمریکا، آسیای شرقی و حتی کشور ما مورد استفاده قرار می‌گیرد، در روزنامه ها کاربرد فراوان پیدا کرده و در تبلیغات، شرکت ها “رمزینه پاسخ سریع ” خود را در روزنامه به چاپ میرسانند که حاوی اطلاعات خودشان است.

 

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