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#1 adamnovak13

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 10:26 AM

Has anyone used Lookout.com? It seemed kind of interesting, being antivirus, backup, and lost phone finder all in one. Just wondering if anyone had any opinions,etc

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Posted 29 October 2013 - 03:28 PM

Has anyone used Lookout.com? It seemed kind of interesting, being antivirus, backup, and lost phone finder all in one. Just wondering if anyone had any opinions,etc

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For Apple devices I don't see the point. What  does it say it does for iOS?......

 

It tells you if your iOS is out of date - The information is there in "settings" anyway - it may not be quite as in your face, but I don't see the need a separate app to tell me.

 

Tells you if your iPhone is Jailbroken ...... I think that you'd remember doing that!

 

Tells you which apps are using your location..... iOS7 tells you that anyway.

 

Locate missing iPhone - Find my iPhone does that , and iOS7 can lock down down the settings that keep find my iPhone working so that a thief cannot disable them.

 

So that leaves over the air bakup as the one possible benefit. Anyone heard of iCloud? (ok it might not be as point in time as this app, but do you need that )?

 

hmmm........


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Posted 01 November 2013 - 04:34 AM

Well well well  I'd like to check this site out

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Has anyone used Lookout.com? It seemed kind of interesting, being antivirus, backup, and lost phone finder all in one. Just wondering if anyone had any opinions,etc

Thanks,

For Apple devices I don't see the point. What  does it say it does for iOS?......

 

It tells you if your iOS is out of date - The information is there in "settings" anyway - it may not be quite as in your face, but I don't see the need a separate app to tell me.

 

Tells you if your iPhone is Jailbroken ...... I think that you'd remember doing that!

 

Tells you which apps are using your location..... iOS7 tells you that anyway.

 

Locate missing iPhone - Find my iPhone does that , and iOS7 can lock down down the settings that keep find my iPhone working so that a thief cannot disable them.

 

So that leaves over the air bakup as the one possible benefit. Anyone heard of iCloud? (ok it might not be as point in time as this app, but do you need that )?

 

hmmm........

 



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Posted 01 November 2013 - 11:44 PM

'Thousands of iPhone, iPad apps' vulnerable to simple redirect joyriders. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/10/29/thousands_of_ios_apps_left_wide_open_to_redirection/
 

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 02:36 PM

Friends please help me I forgot iPhone paswoad as well as secret ans now when I upgrade my apps it ask for iPhone I'd how I remove the old I'd and give the new one please Help me!!!!

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Posted 10 November 2013 - 05:25 PM

Friends please help me I forgot iPhone paswoad as well as secret ans now when I upgrade my apps it ask for iPhone I'd how I remove the old I'd and give the new one please Help me!!!!


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Posted 11 November 2013 - 12:04 AM

Start a new thread please. You can't hijack other's thread like this to get an answer. 

 

 

Friends please help me I forgot iPhone paswoad as well as secret ans now when I upgrade my apps it ask for iPhone I'd how I remove the old I'd and give the new one please Help me!!!!






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