CloudMagic App for Android

We now live in the digital age. We communicate with people using our mobile phones either via text messaging or by email.

Now, most companies make use of email as their go-to standard when it comes to communicating with clients and staff.

Email is really a convenient way of getting your point across to people who are not physically available to you.

Now, there are many Email services out there such as Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and the like. And, if you are using two or more of such Email services, it can be quite time-consuming to look at each one of your accounts for new and important messages.

Wouldn’t it be great if there is a convenient app that lets you see all of your emails in just one place?

Today, I am going to be talking about such an app. That app is the CloudMagic App for Android mobile phones.

The CloudMagic App for Android mobile phones is one of the best email apps on the said platform. In fact, this has been voted as the best email client for mobile phones.

To know more about the app, let’s talk first about its main features. The CloudMagic App for Android allows you to integrate all of your email accounts so you can view them from within the app.

It works with almost all known email services in the world such as Yahoo Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, and so much more.

It allows you to see all of the inboxes from your email accounts and you can also set the app to allow you to see different parameters (such as the outbox) as well.

The CloudMagic App for Android, by default, also sends you push notifications whenever you receive a new email message. This also happens in real time. The moment you receive the message; you will then be instantly notified about it.

Now, the CloudMagic App for Android should be turned on for best results. Now, you might have qualms about this app sucking too much of your phone’s battery life.

Well, I am happy to say that the CloudMagic App for Android is easy on the battery and that you shouldn’t worry about it sucking your phone’s battery. In fact, I left this app open for a few hours and it only managed to suck a total of 10% of my phone’s battery life, which is quite considerable.

The CloudMagic App for Android also has smart integrations with a variety of productivity apps as well. Apps such as Evernote, Wunderlist, Todoist, Zendesk, and much more, are supported. You can send workflow or reminders to these apps from within the CloudMagic App.

Calendars are very important for people who want to be productive and the CloudMagic App for Android also has that built-in as well. If you want to make use of other Calendar apps, it can also integrate with that too!

If you want a convenient app that not only allows you to see all of your email accounts in one place but also has some great features as well, then the CloudMagic App for Android is definitely a must-have.

This app is free to download with in-app purchases and is available on the Google Play Store.

Overwatch Fans are Fed Up with Blizzard’s ARG

What do people do when they want to hype things up? Well, one way to hype things up is to tease them with something.

Usually, when a gaming company is set to release a new game, they will release a trailer showcasing their upcoming game in the hopes that it will be enough to entice people to buy it.

Although this is usually the case in new games, Blizzard has an interesting way to hype things up: ARG.

ARG stands for “Augmented Reality Game”. Just a few weeks ago, Blizzard started releasing “clues” about Sombra, the next character that will be released in the game.

Apparently, Sombra is a hacker/infiltrator and he/she has left so many clues about his/her existence. Since then, a lot of game detectives have pieced every clue that was released so far and they always come up empty handed.

For example, when Blizzard released the Summer Games patch trailer, there were various directional clues that can be seen in the background.

But, probably the biggest Easter Egg is within the last few seconds of the said trailer where a cloaked figure can be seen in the background just above the big field goal.

A few weeks after that, there were various clues that were released. Just recently, a link surfaced in the Overwatch forums that lead to a website.

This website had a progress bar that was slowly filling itself up. Unfortunately, the progress bar stopped at 5% and after that, people were redirected to another page stating that people were looking at the wrong places and that the TV station was so hard to hack; something to that extent.

All of the clues so far really lead to nothing and this prompted the Overwatch community to become fed up with what Blizzard is doing.

In the Overwatch forums, a lot of people were irate about this Sombra ARG that a lot of people have expressed their opinions about it.

Some people said that although the ARG was interesting and it did hype up Sombra a little bit, Blizzard has just gone way too far making the ARG dull, boring, and inconclusive.

Some Overwatch fans even went so far to say that Blizzard doesn’t even know how to make full use of the ARG.

According to “Ixidron”, one of the Overwatch players who expressed himself in the forums, Blizzard is bad in doing these ARGs.

ARGs are supposed to be interesting and the clues that can be acquired from them should lead to something.

He also went on to point that although Blizzard was releasing so many clues about Sombra, each clue leads to nowhere.

The point of ARGs is to hype things up, giving clues to the players so that they can piece them together to find out what is really going on.

But, that is not the case with what Blizzard is doing and people collectively say that this whole ARG thing is pointless.

Personally, I grew tired of this ARG. It was interesting when it started but all of these clues just lead to nowhere. I hope that Blizzard will stop doing this in future content updates because they clearly do not know how to do it properly.

Overwatch is available on the PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 game consoles.