Official Video Editor for Nokia Lumia

Video Tuner for Nokia Lumia is the application just introduced Microsoft Mobile for devices running Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. An application with which you will be able to edit the videos you record with your phone to give them a little more life and not be bored.

Video Tuner for Nokia Lumia is an application that is designed to make editing your videos very simple and easy with a fairly wide range of possibilities. It offers a complete set of tools for cutting or rotations, along with a lot of filters and adjustments of contrast levels, saturation or change in velocity.

The application supports MP4 and MP3 music formats and once you’ve finished editing a video you can share it through social networks or store in the noble through OneDrive.

Video Tuner for Nokia Lumia is an option to take into account to not have to resort to third-party proposals when editing videos from our Windows Phone 8.1 device.

Video Tuner for Nokia Lumia is available free on Windows Phone Store.

BBM for Nokia Lumia Starts Setting Private Beta

BBM for Nokia Lumia would come in July, and it looks like it is confirmed that the instant messaging service BlackBerry comes to Microsoft’s mobile platform. But at the moment it only does in private beta version for some users.

Only a few selected through their Microsoft ID users now have equal access to BBM for Nokia Lumia which is present in the Windows Phone Store. For the rest still have to wait a little longer, but for the moment nothing is known of its official launch and massive. You can see the app in the store, but not going to let us download it.

There is no listing of how long it will take to be available to all users for BBM Nokia Lumia and everything seems to depend on the quality standards that the BlackBerry wish to apply. Once available we will inform you.

How to Configure iCloud Mail on Android

The U.S. manufacturer Apple smartphones incorporate a courier service that allows you to create email addresses with the completion of “@icloud.com”. This mail service iCloud enabled by default on all devices of this company, but unlike other services like Gmail, steps to activate an account [email protected] a smartphone from another manufacturer require follow a specific tutorial. And this time we will explain step by step how to configure an email account in Android iCloud both a mobile and a tablet.

All you need to follow these steps is an iCloud email account and a smartphone with the Android operating system connected to the Internet. From here, all we have to do is follow the steps in this tutorial to have our account set up in seconds.

We must first access the application from the Android Email smartphone in which we change our iCloud account. This application usually depicted with the icon of an envelope with an at sign drawn on its surface, and comes installed as standard on all smartphones incorporating the Android operating system.

When you open this application we will display a screen that can vary depending on the brand of your mobile and depending on the version of the operating system you have installed. The most common is that from this screen we requested that we select the provider you want to configure email for our account. We will select the option “Other”.

Then we should be open a screen with two boxes: one box to enter the email address and a password input box. We introduce our data iCloud mail account and click on the button “Manual Setup” in order to access the configuration window in which we can specify the exact details of the configuration of the mail account.

The first paragraph of the email setup corresponds to the “Incoming Server Settings”. In this section we complete the respective boxes each data with this information: IMAP Server: imap.mail.me.com; Security Type: All certificates; Port number: 993; User name: The name that appears in our email address before [email protected]; Password: The password for our email iCloud. Once all this information, click on the button “Next”.

In the second section, “outgoing server settings”, the data that we introduce are: SMTP Server: smtp.mail.me.com; Security Type: All certificates; Port number: 587; User name: The name that appears in our email address before [email protected]; Password: The password for our email iCloud. We introduce this data and click on the button “Next”.

From here we can only associate a name to the inbox of your email account and, in principle, we should already have the account set up iCloud on Android.

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