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Stealthgenie Unveils Ios 7.1.2 Compatibility- Setting Another Benchmark To Its Exclusivity! - Yahoo Finance

Software week in review, July 11 | The Download Blog - CNET Download.com

Apple logo StealthGenie 1 hour ago Done HONG KONG, July 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- StealthGenie, the leading cell phone monitoring software has pronounced its compatibility with iOS 7.1.2.Now StealthGenie subscribers can install it on iOS 7.1.2 without any hassle. As the iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak has released now, the development team at StealthGenie has unveiled its compatibility with popular iOS 7.1.2. The majority of our subscribers who could not use StealthGenie earlier because of iOS 7.1.2 update can install it now. While talking to our team Eugene Schmidt, the services manager at StealthGenie said, "We offer the compatibility of StealthGenie across all platforms of Android, Blackberry and iPhone and never want our customer to face any inconvenience. This time we have succeeded in providing our app compatibility with iOS 7.1.2 before anyone in the market." "Furthermore, our team of developers is dedicated and keeps a close eye on every new launch and update to provide a counter way of using this app. The developers are eagerly working on exploring maximum features out of the smartphones in order to optimize the monitoring experience and adapting to the digital age," he further added. StealthGenie's reputation is apparent with its more than 100,000 satisfied users worldwide, though it has revolutionized the monitoring experience with its distinctive features and affordability. It has redefined the future of mobile with its remote control features. Moreover, it has recently launched a new feature of monitoring Facebook messenger, thus providing the monitoring experience on one of the widely used messengers.
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He also said that July will be dedicated to discussing Microsoft's future, so look for more news this month. Meanwhile, some things we do know: Support ends on January 13, 2015 , for Windows 7 and the 2003 and 2008 editions http://www.ios7jailbreak.fr of Windows Server. Half the desktop and laptop users worldwide are using Windows 7 , according to Net Applications, so that's a lot of people who will have to update to Windows 8 or go commando. With that in mind, Microsoft is trying to make the next version of its OS, Threshold (possibly Windows 9), more tempting to the Windows 7 holdouts . However, Threshold is expected in spring of 2015, which would be after support ends for Windows 7. Speaking of no support, that same Net Applications report shows that a stubborn 25 percent of desktop and laptop users are clinging to Windows XP, though Microsoft cut off support in April. Oracle has quit supporting Java for XP , too. Webmail is safer now that Microsoft has activated Transport Layer Security (TLS) for Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, and other services.
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