Posts Tagged ‘chrome’
New API Extensions will help protect users from malware and spam.
Do you like your Firefox with a little bit of Chrome sprinkled in? Well get ready because some changes are happening which will make Firefox feel a lot more like Chrome and that’s a good thing…for developers.
With web technologies changes at a blistering pace, many developers have to adapt to the ever changing browser ecosystem. Developers therefore are going to find it much easier to write and port add-ons between browsers. The downside is that many of Firefox’s existing add-ons will need some serious modification to ensure they continue to function when Firefox 43 is released. However this will probably be seen as a small price to pay by developers as they find that they can release new extensions and support their offering across most platforms with only a few changes to the underlying code.
About Xform Computing
Xform delivers the power of cloud-hosted desktops and applications to iPad, iPhone and Android phones and tablets. Xform has Cloud clusters deployed in the US and Europe. With over 1.5 million virtual desktops created and streamed to customer’s PC’s and mobile devices, Xform’s apps include VirtualBrowser for Firefox, VirtualBrowser for Chrome, Private Anonymous Browser and AlwaysOnPC. The apps are sold in the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon Apps, and other marketplaces.
Learn more about our products here: http://www.xformcomputing.com or click on the app links on the right hand side.
Tags: Android, browser add-ons, chrome, chrome browser, Chromium, Firefox API, mozilla firefox
According to recent IT Jobs Watch figures, job roles involving container technology Docker have risen 317 places to number two in the 500 most sought after IT skills. With this in mind, recent research from Rackspace has shown a similar spike in Docker and DevOps-related skills in the UK technology industry.
Over the past few years, many top startups have elected to go mobile first and build app only experiences. While some have had success, mobile first companies such as Uber and Hotel Tonight have missed out on the large opportunity of SEO. Soon, pages within an app will be as easy to search for as pages on a website, and mobile-only companies will be able to compete directly with websites via search.
Kids spend a lot of time online, and their cognitive and physical limitations present many challenges to them when they do so. Pair that with poorly designed content and dark patterns, and you have a bad mix.
It’s called a “hamburger” because it it looks roughly like a bun-meat-bun sandwich. Others have insisted that it looks much more like a triple hot-dog, but they’ve thus far been unsuccessful in winning the public’s hearts and minds. The idea behind the hamburger menu is that you can use it to hide site navigation on smaller screens, showing it only when the user clicks the icon instead of always showing it (which was the previous norm).
Run Flash & Java on iPad and iPhone with Virtual Chrome, Virtual Firefox and AlwaysOnPC in a secure streaming cloud computing environment. – To see more click on the link below:
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AlwaysOnPC and VirtualBrowser for Firefox has a solution for an interchangeable tablet to desktop ecosystem running Flash and Java on the iPad and iPhone.
A shiny new iPad at $499 or an expensive (and yes, shiny) new PC or Mac at $1000 dollars? You do the math. The price of consumer Personal Computers and Tablets is the deciding force behind what type of machine you will purchase. Although the “Overall shipments of tablets and 2-in-1 devices fell to 47.1 million in the quarter, a 5.9 percent decline from the same quarter a year ago according to preliminary research data, IDC said.” - via TechCrunch. The demand for tablets is still significant at 47.1 million shipments. Yet many consumers are still left with the impression that a tablet can replace a PC.
How does AlwaysOnPC and VirtualBrowser for Firefox solve this issue?
In 2010 we saw the future (but more importantly the need) and came up with our own virtual PC cloud solution. Instead of having users connect remotely to a work server and launch your own windows desktop; we’ve given you the ability to have your own powerful Desktop PC solution that is hosted by our servers and maintained by us. In turn you can work from anywhere without worrying about if the connection to your work computer/server is up and running. The price is also a good deal at $8.99 for the year.
Since then there have been many attempts to create Virtual Cloud Desktops. Some have failed, others well the solution is still not quite as thought out. The facts are pretty clear “With 64% of the average American household between the ages of 12 to 64 owning a tablet – Source Tabtimes.com“ the need for a mobile tablet solution is already here. There are other competitors in this space that are attempting to “solve” this issue. Take a look at Paperspace, this is short description via TechCrunch on what Paperspace is trying to do, “Paperspace is different because it’s aiming to wrap up a similar service in terms of accessing a remote, cloud computer, but offering it through an easy-to-use console where everyday consumers can just click a button to log into their upgraded, more powerful remote machine.”
The caveat with Paperspace is the fact that you still have to buy a hockey pucked shaped disk that houses a small computer to connect to the machine. This does nothing to solve the portability issue and at $50 dollars is a no go for many consumers. There are countless other attempting to create a space for themselves in this market but for the time being we offer a great solution to the 64% of iPad owners looking for a person pc as an in between when carrying your laptop isn’t an option.
The Future of a “Post PC” World
There was an interesting article posted by tech media site The Verge on August 9, 2015. The title staunchly put it “There’s no such thing as post-PC” you can read more about it here. This article laid out the ground work as to how consumers and professionals use tablets and PC’s interchangeably with the claim that “You use your smartphone as much as your laptop because it’s just another PC”.
If you think about it the argument could be held as true. Think about how you use your computer, tablet and mobile device? Do you use your tablet as a consumption device to browse websites, watch videos, send emails? What we are trying to continue to provide is the ability to access a virtual desktop from this device as an in between computer for when you don’t have access to your regular desktop.
We are just providing another flavor of Personal Computing to allow you to work uninterrupted.
Tags: alwaysonpc, Apple streaming from iPad, chrome, chrome browser, Cloud based streaming, cloud browsing, Flash, Flash on iOS, Flash on iPad, Free PC, How to, Java on iPad, Linux for iPad, Linux on iOS, Remote Desktop, Second Screen, Streaming
Times, they are a-changin’. Storage is getting cheaper, bandwidth is less tightly restricted and, as such, the apps we use are getting bigger.
For the first time since the launch of the App Store, Apple has increased the maximum size allowed for apps and games distributed through its App Store…read more
Twitch made streaming video games into a hugely popular phenomenon, so what could be the next big live-streaming thing? Perhaps it’s watching other people code…read more
Conducting research is an essential part of writing quality blog content. To be a credible industry expert, you need facts, stats, figures, and examples at your disposal — all external validation that shows you know your stuff…read more
Have a great weekend!
Tags: alwaysonpc, Apple streaming from iPad, chrome, chrome browser, Chrome Extensions, Cloud based streaming, cloud browsing, firefox, Flash, Flash on iPad, Flash on iPhone, flash player, How to get Flash on iPad
We’ve updated to version 2.0.8 of our Virtual Browser for Chrome with Flash Player, Java and Browser extensions. This update fixes various issues with iOS 8 and provides more stability.
Apple is now starting to notify developers to start to update all apps with 64-bit support. This article on AppleInsider.com goes into more depth on why this will be an important move for developers in the App Store.
This update will address those issues and a minor issue affecting users iCloud accounts. Again always make sure that your iCloud account is active and with the correct login credentials. If you switch iCloud accounts our app may not be able to recognize your Premium purchase.
The newest update for Virtual Browser for Chrome with Flash Player, Java and Browser Extensions is out now!
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Sometimes it happens. You work hard on a product update for weeks and then you test and test….and test…and test some more and finally after you feel good about the stability of a release you drop off the binary into the App Store and pray all goes smoothly.
Well…sometimes bugs happen unfortunately. Our newest release for our Virtual Browser lineup sadly has a bug that has been confusing and alarming existing users. No the world isn’t going to end, but we’re well aware of it and have submitted a release to the App Store to fix this issue. We are just waiting on Apple to approve the fix.
This bug is causing many users to think that they have to reactivate their account to access the Premium features of our browser.
This is not the case there is a simple work around that you’ll have to do until the update is released. Just click on “NO” to bypass this message and as you can see your Account Status should say Premium.
We apologize if this has confused any of our current users. Sometimes bugs do happen.
If you have any questions or comments please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach us through Facebook at facebook.com/VirtualChrome.ipad.iphone.Flash.Player or tweet at us @AlwaysOnApps
We’re all guilty of it. We forget what we signed up for? Which email address we used? Or the most common issue that happens…which password did I use for that darn account?
As mobile technology keeps growing, we cannot escape our symbiotic relationship with our mobile devices. Unless we have a million post-it notes everywhere or every single password written in a notebook it can become nearly impossible to keep track of every account we use. That is why you see a constant push from companies asking you to login with your Facebook, Google+ or Twitter account to minimize the pain of remembering passwords. What happens if you quit those social sites? How do you remember to login?
Why iCloud is Important
Apple has really pushed the usage of iCloud to the forefront of all their iOS devices and OSX hardware since its initial release of the platform on October 20, 2011. Not only do they want to keep you within the Apple ecosystem which many have dubbed “the walled garden”, but, this is Apple’s way of minimizing the usage of the dreaded password, which, in recent years has come under fire with many companies like Mozilla, PayPal and Google all trying to find ways to create a new login mechanism to your favorite sites.
As many of our users now by now it’s how we keep track of what level of service you’ve purchased as well. It makes our jobs a bit easier when their is no third party being connected to in-app purchases. It’s also why it’s important to keep your iCloud account active on your iOS or OSX device. Apple provides us with the best possible solution to their ecosystem and no Apple iCloud account means not purchasing of apps.
How to keep your iCloud account active on your device
This is where a majority of users run into problems when they cannot renew their Premium option for either Virtual Chrome or Virtual Firefox. First, access iCloud account via the settings menu on you iOS device. Tap on the settings icon and then look for iCloud and type in you iCloud username and password. There are few steps to follow but this graphic should help:
The key take away from this is to keep your account Documents and Data tab on. While the App store will keep asking you to punch in your password or use your touch ID for app store purchase (this feature is sure to grow with the iPhone 6). Keeping your documents and data tab on will reduce the headache of any auto renewal or in-app purchases that you make on your device.
There you have it, a tiny bit of information that should make your app buying experiences a bit more manageable when renewing services or even switching to a new iOS device.
You can always contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or just want to tell us how awesome our products are.
Tags: alwaysonpc, chrome, Cloud based streaming, Flash on iOS, Java on iPad, tutorial
Sometimes it happens and we forget how to reset our password on our accounts. You may have thought you wrote it down somewhere or have it saved on the app.
Well now you can easily reset your AlwaysOnPC password directly within the app. Just follow these few shorts steps and you’ll be on your way enjoying your Virtual PC again.
Download links to the right.
Tags: alwaysonpc, Apple streaming from iPad, chrome, chrome browser, Flash on iPad, flash player, Java on iPad, office suite, Second Screen
AlwaysOnPC turns your Kindle Fire HD into a complete virtual computer in the cloud pre-loaded with over 40 apps that you can access anytime from anywhere.
You can now edit and work on your existing documents created in Microsoft Office like Excel, Word and Powerpoint all from your existing AlwaysOnPC account with Dropbox Simply link your existing Dropbox account with your AlwaysOnPC account and begin to edit your Microsoft Office docs right on your Kindle Fire HD or HDX with Open Office anytime from anywhere.
Check out our demo video:
Download links to the right.
Tags: alwaysonpc, chrome, chrome browser, dropbox on kindle fire, firefox, firefox browser, Flash, flash player, java, microsoft office, office suite, open office suite
Run Java sites and games like Runescape, Etrade Pro, BNSF and United Unimatic on your Kindle Fire HD and HDX with AlwaysOnPC.
You can now play games like Runescape on the go and enjoy the same great gaming experience from anywhere. There is no need for any extra add-ons, apps or bulky gaming laptop to carry around. Access your Etrade Pro stocks in real-time from your tablet.
Employees who need secure intranet access to work related sites can enjoy the comfort of our secure and encrypted connection. Use sites like United Unimatic, BNSF Railway Emulator, Kronos and many more!
AlwaysOnPC gives you a complete virtual computer pre-loaded with over 40 apps that you can access and use from any iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or Android smartphone or tablet.
Check out our demo video:
Download links to the right.