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HiOS Official Account | 2021-01-14163881

Hello T-Fans, How we wish, you can be reading this with swag and balling music beat playing along. Let’s roll! You know anything about money is balling stuff. Give us some permission, we want to brag a little. We deserve a medal (smile emoji) In a positive way, we do not believe in a long process of achieving great things. Yes. HiOS entirely is all about simplicity. This is why we design our products and features in the simplest form possible to give the best user experience; No wonder we won The Best User Experience BEACON ICT Award last year. Okay, enough bragging, back to business. For the sake of “Simplicity” again, we made another thing possible. Built-in. follow come. No need for setup. No need to update. In-fact, no need to remember any country currency name. Just tap and get answers. Do you know on HiOS 7.0, you can carry out any currency conversion? We mean ANY. You can know the current equivalence of any currency without visiting any daily updated website or Google page, right from the menu of your smartphone. ( only the ones running on HiOS 7.0) You can convert from US Dollars to British Pounds and Naira at the same time. From Chinese Yens to Ghana Cedis and Arab Dollars. Let us surprise you. You don’t even need to turn on your mobile data or connect to any Wi-Fi. This converter is always up to date anytime you get connected to the internet and as well, you can manually update it by just touching update in the app. Where is this currency converter? Stress-free, on the application menu, you have HiOS Calculator. Just open the Calculator and you will see a currency symbol on the top left corner. Tap it. Select your primary currency and the other two you want to convert to and you’re all good to go. You don’t need to be a stock exchange expert or master Forex Trader to know currency value any day any time. Oh, what Simplicity. We don’t mind you jamming your hands together for HiOS. Take a screenshot of your currency converter and let us know your thoughts and applaud in the comment section.
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Barekese Mmrante Hene | 2020-05-212339

Facebook has always been about connecting you to what you love. That means friends and family, but also products, brands and businesses. For years, people have used our apps to buy and sell things from the early days of posting a photo of a bicycle with the caption “for sale,” to selling your coffee table on Marketplace and now shopping styles from your favorite brands and influencers on Instagram. It was the people who use our apps who envisioned social commerce. We’re helping them make it a reality.  We want to give people a place to experience the joy of shopping versus the chore of buying. And we want to help small businesses adapt and make it easier for people to discover and shop for things they love. Right now many small businesses are struggling, and with stores closing, more are looking to bring their business online. Our goal is to make shopping seamless and empower anyone from a small business owner to a global brand to use our apps to connect with customers. That’s why we’re launching Facebook Shops and investing in features across our apps that inspire people to shop and make buying and selling online easier.  INTRODUCING FACEBOOK SHOPS Facebook Shops make it easy for businesses to set up a single online store for customers to access on both Facebook and Instagram. Creating a Facebook Shop is free and simple. Businesses can choose the products they want to feature from their catalog and then customize the look and feel of their shop with a cover image and accent colors that showcase their brand. This means any seller, no matter their size or budget, can bring their business online and connect with customers wherever and whenever it’s convenient for them.  People can find Facebook Shops on a business’ Facebook Page or Instagram profile, or discover them through stories or ads. From there, you can browse the full collection, save products you’re interested in and place an order — either on the business’ website or without leaving the app if the business has enabled checkout in the US. And just like when you’re in a physical store and need to ask someone for help, in Facebook Shops you’ll be able to message a business through WhatsApp, Messenger or Instagram Direct to ask questions, get support, track deliveries and more. And in the future, you’ll be able to view a business’ shop and make purchases right within a chat in WhatsApp, Messenger or Instagram Direct.  We’re also investing in features across our apps like Instagram Shop, live shopping and more that will be integrated with Facebook Shops to help customers discover products they’re interested in and make purchasing easier. INSTAGRAM SHOP :A NEW PLACE TO DISCOVER PRODUCTS AND BRANDS This summer, starting in the US, we’re introducing Instagram Shop, a new way to discover and buy products you love in Instagram Explore. You can get inspired by collections from @shop, browse selections from your favorite brands and creators, filter by categories like beauty and home, and purchase the looks you love all in one place. And later this year, we’re adding a new shop tab in the navigation bar, so you can get to Instagram Shop in just one tap.  LIVE SHOPPING FEATURES People have been using live video on our apps to showcase products for years, from shoe stores announcing new sneakers to beauty influencers trying on different lipsticks. Now, we’re making it easier to shop for products in real time. Soon, sellers, brands and creators will be able to tag products from their Facebook Shop or catalog before going live and those products will be shown at the bottom of the video so people can easily tap to learn more and purchase. We’re starting to test this with businesses on Facebook and Instagram, and we’ll roll it out more broadly in the coming months.  CONNECTING LOYALTY PROGRAMS TO YOUR FACEBOOK ACCOUNT We’re also testing ways to make it easier to earn rewards with businesses you love by enabling you to connect your loyalty programs, like the points program at your local cafe, to your Facebook account. You’ll be able to easily see and keep track of your points and rewards. And we’re exploring ways to help small businesses create, manage and surface a loyalty program on Facebook Shops.  WORKING WITH PARTNERS We’re also working more closely with partners like Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, ChannelAdvisor, CedCommerce, Cafe24, Tienda Nube and Feedonomics to give small businesses the support they need. These organizations offer powerful tools to help entrepreneurs start and run their businesses and move online. Now they’ll help small businesses build and grow their Facebook Shops and use our other commerce tools. We hope these tools can relieve some of the pressure small businesses are facing right now and help businesses of all sizes prepare for the future.Read all >>


HiOS Official Account | 2021-01-121539183

Hello T-Fans, Did you know that a healthy adult should take between 4000 – 18000 steps! On average, 10000 steps are a reasonable target to set daily as an adult to remain fit. Hmmm... I know what you are thinking… you take your health seriously, so you are already thinking about getting a new fitness band to help track your steps since you can’t be counting your steps manually. But what if you don’t need to make an extra expense, what if all you need to keep track of your movement and your steps are right in your device? What if a feature on your device can seamlessly do this thing for you without you having to spend extra bucks getting a fitness tracker? Well, no need for “what ifs” again because on the latest HiOS 7 on POVA, we got you covered! On the newly improved HiOS 7, there is a feature called Hi-Health that keeps track of your movement from the time you wake up. So now, even without a fitness tracker, you can still stay fit and monitor your steps with the Hi-Health feature. But that is not even all! Did you know it is recommended you take eight glasses of water per day? Oh, you didn’t know. But now you know! Did you also know that right inside the Hi-Health app is a feature called the Drink Water feature? This feature reminds you to drink water at different intervals in a day. So, no more missing “I forgot to drink water today” as this app would remind you timely. It would also suggest how many cups of water to drink depending on your Body Mass Index (BMI). So not only does the Hi-Health help you keep fit, but it also helps you keep a healthy hydration habit. Finally, on this same Hi Heath feature, there is a function that allows you to monitor your Body Mass Index (BMI) to determine if you are average or overweight. It uses your body weight and height to do the calculation Watch this skit on Hi-Health Read all >>


Barekese Mmrante Hene | 2021-01-113692

Happy New Week! The secret is to NEVER STOP MOVING FORWARD, be confident in your own skin. What do you want to achieve this new week? #TECNOGhana #MondayMotivationRead all >>

Gift received for Tecnoleco2020 challenge!

greatoladapo | 2021-01-11491223

Tecno Mobile NG has paved the best way for me to kickstart the year 2021. I really appreciate your kind gestures towards your fan. Thanks a lot for this precious prize i won on the TECNOLECO2020 challenge. I'm very grateful. I remain a fan for life! Read all >>

GTA 5 for Android devices in 2021

jarose | 2021-01-1121691

AHA Games
GTA 5 is still the most recent GTA title from Rockstar Games. Even though it was released way back in 2013, people still love going back to this crazy action-adventure and open-world game. GTA 5 is unfortunately not available on the mobile gaming platforms. However, players can find many games inspired by GTA 5 to play on their Android devices. Read all >>

Clear Cache and Data

God loves me | 2021-01-118574

????Hello Fam! If an app keeps crashing, it’s time to clear cache & data! ???? 1. Go to > > > select an app and tap 2. Tap > then tap > Tap > example "Other App" > select preferred app and data. If the app still doesn’t work properly, try to uninstall the app, restart your phone again. What’s the first app you installed in 2021? Let us know, we're curious ???? #CarlareTips #phonerepair #YesWeCare TECNO Mobile Infinix Mobile itelRead all >>

Gangstar New Orleans OpenWorld

jarose | 2021-01-110395

AHA Games
Gangstar New Orleans OpenWorld If players are interested in thugs and biker gangs, they must not look further than this title. This game traces the story of an unpopular gangster and his rise to power. Like GTA 5, this title is also an open-world game where players will have their fair share of encounters with crooked cops. Players also get the chance to customize their gangster in this title.Read all >>


Barekese Mmrante Hene | 2021-01-113515

Millions of WhatsApp users will LOSE access to their accounts on February 8 unless they agree to share their data with Facebook WhatsApp is making a huge change to its privacy policy from February 8  The change affects the way that WhatsApp processes user data Users cannot opt out of the data sharing, and will lose access to their accounts if they don't agree to the terms and conditions  The change does not affect WhatsApp users in the UK or Europe  With over two billion active users, WhatsApp is without a doubt one of the most popular apps around the world. But some users have been left reeling by the latest change, which means they could lose access to their account unless they agree to share data with Facebook. WhatsApp has announced that it's making changes to its privacy policy from February 8, making it compulsory for users in all countries outside of Europe and the UK to share their data with WhatsApp's parent company, Facebook. The change affects the way that WhatsApp processes data, and will apply regardless of whether or not they have a Facebook account. WhatsApp users have been left reeling by the latest change, which means they could lose access to their account unless they agree to share data with Facebook WHAT DOES THE CHANGE MEAN FOR YOU? From February 8, WhatsApp will start sharing user data with its parent company, Facebook.    While WhatsApp will start sharing data with Facebook, it's important to note that WhatsApp is encrypted by default, meaning Facebook will not be able to see the contents of your messages. However, it will be able to see who you message, as well as how often you do it. If you use WhatsApp you should have received a notification this week, explaining the changes. The notification outlines the new data sharing feature, and urges you to 'Agree' with the conditions. The privacy policy explains: 'As part of the Facebook Companies, WhatsApp receives information from, and shares information with, the other Facebook Companies. 'We may use the information we receive from them, and they may use the information we share with them, to help operate, provide, improve, understand, customize, support, and market our Services and their offerings, including the Facebook Company Products.' WhatsApp has confirmed that WhatsApp users in the UK and Europe will not have their data shared with Facebook.  Speaking to MailOnline, a WhatsApp spokesperson said: 'There are no changes to WhatsApp’s data sharing practices in the European region (including UK) arising from the updated Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. For the avoidance of any doubt, it is still the case that WhatsApp does not share European region WhatsApp user data with Facebook for the purpose of Facebook using this data to improve its products or advertisements.'  While WhatsApp will start sharing data with Facebook, it's important to note that WhatsApp is encrypted by default, meaning Facebook will not be able to see the contents of your messages. However, it will be able to see who you message, as well as how often you do it. If you use WhatsApp you should have received a notification this week, explaining the changes. The notification outlines the new privacy policy, and urges you to 'Agree' with the conditions. It says: 'By tapping AGREE, you accept the new terms and privacy policy, which take effect on February 8, 2021. After this date, you'll need to accept these updates to continue using WhatsApp.'  If you use WhatsApp you should have received a notification this week, explaining the changes Unsurprisingly, many WhatsApp users are absolutely furious about the change, which means their data will be shared with Facebook. WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in 2014, and has shared data with its parent company since 2016.  However, until now, users have been able to opt out. Unsurprisingly, many WhatsApp users are absolutely furious about the change, with many taking to Twitter to vent their frustrations. Unsurprisingly, many WhatsApp users are absolutely furious about the change, with many taking to Twitter to vent their frustrations Several frustrated users have threatened to delete WhatsApp and switch to a different messaging app One user wrote: 'It's telling me that i have to accept to share my data with facebook otherwise i cannot use whatsapp. Time to remove WhatsApp.' Read all >>

Vote for the best photos & help T-Fans win audience’s choice prize ! 

TECNO SPOT Official | 2021-01-077184149

CAMON 16 Series
Dear T-fans, Sorry for kept you guys waited~~ It took a while to get response from the juries & then there was the holiday~ We are a bit late but we'll deliver~~ Thank you T-Fans for participating in our monthly TECNO Photography Contest. We have collected so many amazing photos during the contest taken by TECNO Phones! Thanks a million to all of you for sharing such amazing photos. It is now your time to vote for the best ones and help them win the prize! Every one can have 1 vote. Participant who whose work are on MAGNUM PHOTOS will not join the global poll. Read all >>

Elon Musk: from bullied schoolboy to world's richest man

Hoilakes | 2021-01-080278

Elon Musk’s journey from South African schoolboy to the world’s richest man, pushing the boundaries of space travel, has been one of the more extraordinary tales in the modern business world. Here’s how he got there. Musk was born in 1971 in Pretoria, South Africa, to parents who divorced before he was 10. His mother was a model, his father an electromechanical engineer and property developer. Musk had an early interest in computing and taught himself computer programming. He was badly bullied at school and was even admitted to hospital for two weeks after a gang of boys threw him down some stairs. He became obsessed by moving to the US, which he saw as a land of opportunity. He collected degrees from a host of universities, including the University of Pennsylvania, while holding down internships in Silicon Valley. Eventually he was accepted for the PhD programme at California’s prestigious Stanford University. He dropped out after two days in favour of the booming world of internet startups. The first of his business ventures began in Palo Alto, California, famed for hosting tech companies such as Apple. His first venture, a software firm called Zip2 founded with his brother Kimbal, took time to succeed. They started it in 1995 and Musk has spoken of sleeping in the office because he couldn’t afford an apartment. He received $22m for his stake when the company was sold to the computing firm Compaq in 1999. It was PayPal that really launched Musk’s career into the stratosphere. He had founded a digital financial services business called in 1999, which merged with the company that owned the fledgling payments processing business. Despite disagreements over his role and strategic vision, the company became a world leader and eBay paid $1.5bn in stock for it in 2002, a deal that was worth $165m to Musk. A fascination with space led Musk to invest about $100m of his rapidly expanding wealth in exploring the cosmos. He founded SpaceX in 2002 and has ambitions to build a colony on Mars within a few decades. In the meantime, he has focused on developing cheap and reusable spacecraft, enjoying considerable success. In 2020, SpaceX became the first private company to put a person into orbit. He has also explored subterranean travel, investing in the same “Hyperloop” concept that Sir Richard Branson is developing. The undoubted business success story of his life, blowing PayPal out of the water, is Tesla. Musk wasn’t there in 2003, when the company was formed. But his funding and strategic vision has helped propel Tesla from a niche specialist in electric vehicles to a stock market giant valued at more than $600bn. Much of that growth has been recent. It soared to the current valuation within a few months of becoming the world’s most valuable carmaker at $205bn. By contrast, Ford, which pioneered the modern motorcar, is worth just over $35bn. Tesla only overtook Ford in terms of stock market value in 2017. However, Tesla has never made a profit over a full financial year. It entered the S&P 500 late last year as one of Wall Street’s most valuable companies. Musk’s share in Tesla – he owns about 20% – is what has propelled him to the top of the ranking of the world’s richest people. And he has yet to hit all the targets he needs to trigger a controversial incentive deal that could give him a controversial $55bn payday. Alongside his business prowess, Musk has been a colourful character, never far from boardroom clashes or high-profile controversy. He smoked cannabis on film during a 2018 podcast, an unusual move that hit Tesla’s share price, which was already fragile after he floated the idea of taking the company private out of the blue. He also attracted opprobrium over his reaction to a perceived snub from one of the cave divers who rescued a group of Thai schoolchildren from an underground cavern. When his offer was deemed surplus to requirements, Musk called the diver “paedo guy”. He won a defamation lawsuit over the slur.Read all >>

Gift received

God loves me | 2021-01-0826415

thank you very much TECNO for the gift. am really grateful God bless youRead all >>

HiOS 3D LOGO (Designed on Mobile)

Teras | 2021-01-086560

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HiOS Trivia

God loves me | 2021-01-0822163

It's the beginning of the year HiOS Fans! Let's bring this back. If the first path you find is the first gift you're getting in 2021, which phonewould it be? #SPARK6, #CAMON16 Pro or #POVA? Comment below! #HiOSBrainTeaser #HiOSTrivia #newyearRead all >>

Would You Buy a TECNO phone Without a Charger?

ahiadzro | 2021-01-0911708

Would you consider buying a TECNO phone without a power brick? Read all >>
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