Share Naijacliqspot

Friday, May 27, 2016

5 Sites to Download YouTube Video on Mobile Phone

YouTube is one of popular video hosting that only allow you to watch videos online. There is no download option to watch offline when viewing on mobile/smartphone. There are some sites or application (TubeMate) that will help you to download video on YouTube or any other video hosting. But how about download videos on cellular phone? It’s OK if your phone use _operating system_ and there is application to download the video. But how if there is no program for your mobile phone? For example your phone is not smartphone but only feature phone
There are some mobile sites that offer option to download YouTube video directly to your mobile phone. You just need to open the site on your mobile browser, search video, start to download, and watch later. The videos is not only from YouTube but also any other video hosting like Uc Videos, Vimeo, Metaface, etc..

Below are top 5 sites to download Videos online from YouTube, Metaface, or any video hosting on video network.

1. Tubidy
Search YouTube videos using Tubidy and watch or download it on 3gp and MP3 format. You can also add it into your playlist which you need to login first to create the playlist.

2. KeepVid
Keepvid offers download YouTube videos in 3gp, Mp4 & Flv for mobile phones, iTunes, Android, ipod touch and psp. You just need to search the video and download it into you mobiles phone.

3. YouTubeMob
YouTubeMob offers download YouTube videos on 3gp and mp4 format. Just search, then choose watch or download.

4. Videos3GP
Search videos from YouTube, Metacafe, holu, and another videos hosting and download them in 3gp format (High or Regular quality)

5. Yaaya - Videos
Search and download YouTube videos on 3gp or MP3 format from your mobile phone.

_Search and Download TV Series Songs from_ here..
If you would like to share website that can be use to search and download YouTube videos from mobile phone, please share using this comment section below..

Sunday, May 15, 2016

How To Get Task Switcher Like Lollipop On Any Android Device

There is no denying the amount of effort and research Google puts into developing newer versions of Android, its popular mobile _OS_. With each new version of Android, Google has enriched the OS with numerous performance and usability enhancements.

Android 5.0 's Material Design is truly a sight to behold. With beautiful transition animations and brand new system menus, Android has never looked better. If you're stuck on an older version of Android, though, looking at all of the screenshots and demos from Lollipop can leave you in a fit of jealousy. But developer _Jérémy Kabiche_ has an app that will give you Android 5.0's Recent Apps menu on any device, so hopefully you'll be able to stifle your Lollipop lust for a bit.
You can download Kabiche's app for free—just search Fancy Switcher from your Play Store app, or head to this link if you'd rather jump straight to the GooglePlaystore download.
When you first launch Fancy Switcher, the app will guide you through a nice feature tour. Flip through the pages to find out what the app is truly capable of.

Once you've made it to Fancy Switcher's main screen, tap the gear icon near the bottom of the screen to access the settings menu. From here, select "Style," then choose "Android L" from the popup menu.

The task switcher in Lollipop is a big enhancement over Kitkat and earlier builds of Android, as it is. If you are looking to experience the Lollipop task switcher which not available on your Android device, there is a way out.

You can use a third-party app to get the task switcher like Lollipop on older Android versions. _You will not need to root the device or resort to any complex technical method for this._

Using Fancy Switcher for Android
This app is compatible with Android devices running version 4.0 and later versions. You can download this app free It does not take up much space on the device memory as well.

There are two main ways to access Fancy Switcher—an ongoing notification that can be tapped to bring up the interface, and a home button shortcut.

To set up the shortcut, long-press your home button (or swipe up from the bottom of the screen on devices with software keys), then select "Fancy Switcher" from the menu and tap "Always."
>[1] Ongoing notification,
>[2] Home button shortcut

The Android 5.0-style recent apps menu will appear at this point. Scroll vertically to flip through your recently-used apps, or swipe sideways to hide an app from view.

The dark bubble that you can see in the above screenshots is another awesome feature that Fancy Switcher brings to the table—it allows you to swipe in from the trigger area to quickly flip between open apps. To personalize this feature, bring up your new recent apps menu, then tap the gear icon at the bottom of the screen.
From here, select "Smart Slider," then review the various options for this feature. You can opt to disable _Smart Slider_ if you wish, or you can adjust the trigger size and position. There's even an option for hiding the trigger's visual indicator altogether.

With everything set up, you now have a near-perfect replica of Android Lollipop's new recent apps menu. And with the added Smart Slider functionality, this version might actually be a bit better.

How are you liking your new 5.0-inspired Recents menu? Let us know in the comments section below

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Airtel NG Customer Care Representative now on Whatsapp Messenger

In the wave of last  month MTN NG launches their customer service support channel on Whatsapp Messenger to serve customers better.

Yesterday Airtel NG unveil to their customers their customer care representative channel on _Whatsapp_ Messenger by notifying their customers via sms that they are now live on WhatsApp. This platform is designed to provide fast and reliable customer service ON THE GO. To relate your issues and enquiries with them kindly add the following numbers
07010000119 &
as a WhatsApp contact.
_We’ve got you covered.._

Let's hope this medium helps their customers because firstly I would like to complain about the increase in amount of their night plan _when we take they see front... _
  Having any issues simply use the comment box below..

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Free Ad-Blocker right in new Opera Mini for Android

Today Opera has launched an integrated ad blocker for their desktop browser along with the Opera Mini browser. The new features offer native ad-blocking technology that would be used by a good percentage of their users.

According to Opera following this step, there would be a 90% improvement in the web page load time in the desktop browser while a 40% faster browsing on the opera mini. Opera had announced a feature called Opera Max , that saved bandwidth while accessing the Internet on WiFi / Network data few months ago.

Online ads take up your phone’s limited screen space, and bloated ads with heavy tracking can slow down the browsing experience on your phone.
Opera Mini has always been a speed-demon browser, and that’s why it was important for us to bring ad blocking to our users. Opera Mini works seamlessly on slow connections, optimizes online video to reduce buffering delays, and compresses the size of webpages for faster browsing and massive data savings.
Introducing ad blocking for faster webpage loading is just one more way we show our commitment to speed!
Ad blocker is a frequently-requested feature from you and the 120 million other people who browse with Opera Mini. By adding our ad blocking technology to Opera Mini for Android, we’re making sure you browse faster with less mobile-data usage and less distractions from your phone screen.
How can it be so fast? Ad blocking in Opera Mini happens on the Opera servers, before the ads even reach your phone. When ad blocking is enabled, Opera Mini does not even request the ad information from the website you’re visiting.

How To Enable Ad-Block Feature in Opera Mini

Under the “O” menu in Opera Mini, tap the data-savings summary. From there, simply toggle “block ads” on or off. On Android, the free ad blocker is available in both high- and extreme-savings modes. So easy, that you’ll want to make Opera Mini your new default browser.

Double Standards Much? The moment you install the “Opera Mini” browser you are welcomed with not just sponsored stories, but also with applications with whom Opera has done tie-ups. Isn’t this double standards when you are blocking the advertisements from the Internet, but as a platform making money by showing sponsored stories?

Readers have the right to use ad blockers. Their browser, their prerogative. This means that publishers will be pushed to do two things:
(>) firstly, block users who use ad blockers. Their website, their prerogative. Ad blockers will try and beat this.
(>) Secondly, they’ll push users towards apps because publishers can control the advertising in apps, not the browser.
Irony: All these browsers have increased their user base through advertisements, the same platform that they are now blocking now on the name of offering better speed to their users. Will Opera, in this case, block advertisements from their own advertising network i.e. Opera Media Works.

Note to Publishers: Stop serving auto-popups, auto-video playbacks (most annoying), full-screen ads that are not just bad for the users but also at times hang the browsers.