Telegram with Aniways lets you have fast and reliable messaging across all platforms

The design of Telegram with Aniways is simple and clean, making it feel like a native iOS app. You’ll have three main views for Contacts, Chats, and Settings, so everything is neatly organized and navigating the app is quick and straightforward. While the default background will be plain, there is the option to choose a wallpaper for the chat views, and I found many of these to be gorgeous and not overly busy and distracting. It adds a nice personal touch to the app, though I wish you could even use your own photo instead, since you can upload a profile photo.

 

For those who are new to Telegram, to use this app, you’ll have to create an account. To do this, you’ll need to use your phone number so that others who know your number can find you on the service, or see you if they already have you in their address book. Once this is done, you can edit the rest of your profile, which will include your name, a username (so people don’t need to have your phone number to add you), and profile photo. However, if you’ve already been using Telegram, then just use the information you originally signed up with.

 

I don’t usually turn to third-party messaging because it’s always going to be easier to just use the default method, but Telegram with Aniways was interesting enough for me to check out, especially after I saw what benefits the Telegram service has as a whole. I’ve been using it for the past few days and have successfully invited some people to use to service with me, and it’s been most enjoyable.

 

Like most people, I’ve been using Apple’s own iMessage service ever since they introduced it several years ago, and even more so when they brought it to the Mac. However, I’ve come across many annoying glitches during my time with iMessage, and while I still use it by habit, sometimes it’s just a pain — non-synced messages, ghost badge counts, failure to send something, and overall, it’s pretty slow.

 

Telegram with Aniways (Free) by Aniways is an alternative messaging app that is fast, fun, and based on the official Telegram service. If you are looking for another option for messaging besides iMessage, then Telegram with Aniways is a great choice to consider. It’s similar to other apps on the marketplace, such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.

The Best and Programs for Time Management

Almost everyone has issues with time management–irrespective of who they are or what they do for a living. Even people who try to run their lives by a specific schedule can have a difficult time staying on task, showing up punctually and remembering their daily goals. There are plenty of reasons for this. The biggest reason for it is that, because of tablets and smart phones, we now have so many different distractions at our fingertips that are just begging for our attentions every day. In this article we will show you how to take your iPhone or iPad and change it from a tool of interruption into a tool of time management.

Take advantage of Instapaper. Instapaper is an application that you can use not just on your mobile phone or tablet but on your computer too. It’s a “read later” application that can save you a lot of time. How often, throughout your day, do you find interesting websites or articles that you seriously want to read but don’t have time to really explore? How frequently have you thrown a wrench into your schedule because you read or explored it anyway (because you knew you wouldn’t remember it afterwards)? Instapaper integrates with Twitter and other apps to help you save all of those links so that you can read it at a later time. All the links you save are saved in one primary account. It means that you can use any gadget (mobile phone, tablet, and laptop) to catch up on your reading if you have the time.

Wunderlist is an excellent application. It is your regular to-do list app but it hasn’t been dragged down by all sorts of graphics or sophisticated interfaces. You can sit down with this app every day and enter all of the things you wish to accomplish. It is absolutely free. Besides being easy to use, it is simple to sync with a number of devices. All you need to do is train yourself to check this app as often as you check your email and you will see just how easy it is to stay on task.

Evernote is very useful. It is a centralized location in which you can manage your random thoughts, your images, your downloads, your emails, etc. It can also be synced between devices–including a personal computer–and is very easy to integrate with other software like Wunderlist. The major drawback is that this app costs money. Your monthly subscription may be paid either on a monthly basis at $5 each or every year for $45 annually.

Agenda is the must have calendar application. This is true for all types of different reasons but the main reason you need this is that you could sync it both to iCalendar (the calendar Macs and Apple products use) and Google calendar. This makes managing your calendar a lot easier if you’re somebody with a PC and an iPhone since you just enter your information into one place and then you can access it on any device you wish. Additionally, it looks really good.

The number of time management applications available for downloading is huge. These are the best of them but some research will turn up plenty of others.

Edwin Basko

The Apple Mac Specialist and author