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Thursday, 14 December 2017

See list of The Top Google Searches in Nigeria in 2017

Every Year comes with its various lessons and challenges, memories are the key not to the past, but to the future.
Today, Google announced the results of its 2017 Year in Search, offering a unique perspective on the year’s major moments and top trends based on searches conducted in Nigeria.
                                          
                 Top google search results 2017

In addition to showcasing what people, places, and things were trending around the globe this year, the 2017 Year in Search list also offers insights into what the top trending news moments for Nigerians were in the last 12 months, as well as the new music and movies that got their attention.

The most searched person on Google’s year-end list was Moji Olaiya, the sad news of her death two months after giving birth shook the Nigerian movie industry. Coming in second place was notorious kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike – popularly known as Evans. Adesua Etomi was third on the list, her engagement and marriage to Banky W all happening in 2017.

It’s no secret that people turn to Google for answers to questions they are embarrassed to ask their friends. This year’s top “What is…” queries included President Muhammadu Buhari’s state of health, JAMB and WAEC results, what a female Hyena is called, what Monkeypox is and Bitcoin.
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This year’s most searched events and stories of interest by Nigerians include symptoms of Monkeypox, political news in other African countries, the iPhone 8 release and celebrity weddings.

Here’s the full list – Year in Search 2017:

Nigeria’s Most Searched People

1. Moji Olaiya.

2. Evans the kidnapper.

3. Adesua Etomi.

4. Donald Trump.

5. Mr. Eazi.

6. Efe.

7. Jide Tinubu.

8. Olumide Bakare.

9. Dammy Krane.

10. Eric Arubayi.

Nigeria’s Most Searched Stories and Events

1. ASUU Strike.

2. Moji Olaiya dead.

3. Monkeypox outbreak.

4. IPhone 8 / IPhone X launch.

5. New president in Gambia.

6. Adesua and Banky Wedding.

7. Anambra Elections.

8. Mayweather vs McGregor fight.

9. Zimbabwe Coup.

10. Catalonia Referendum.

Nigeria’s Most Asked Questions: Ok Google? Who…How…What…

1. Is Buhari dead?

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2. How to check JAMB results.

3. How to check WAEC results.

4. What is a female Hyena called?

5. What is Monkeypox?

6. What is bitcoin?

7. What is MMM?

8. Who is Bobrisky?

9. How to check BVN.

10. Where is Nnamdi Kanu now?

Nigeria’s Most Searched-for Songs

1. Olamide – Wo

2. Davido – Fia

3. Davido- Fall

4. Patapaa Ft. Ras Cann – One Corner

5. Davido – If

6. Runtown – Mad Over You

7. Kiss Daniel – Yeba

8. Tekno – Go

9. Mayorkun – Mama

10. Tekno Ft. Wizkid – Mama

Nigeria’s Most Searched-for Movies/TV Series

1. Fast and Furious 8.

2. Wonder Woman.

3. Game of Thrones season 7.

4. Big Brother Naija 2017.

5. Justice League.

6. Thor Ragnarok.

7. Jenifa’s Diary Season 7.

8. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.

9. The Wedding Party.

10. Better Call Saul.

Nigeria’s Most Searched Sports People

1. Philippe Coutinho.

2. Romelu Lukaku.

3. Tiémoué Bakayoko.

4. Anthony Joshua.

5. Ousmane Dembele.

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6. Floyd Mayweather.

7. Nemanja Matic.

8. Cheick Ismaël Tiote.

9. Ivan Perisic.

10. Kylian Sanmi Mbappe.

Nigeria’s Most Searched ‘Near Me’ Queries

1. Restaurants near me.

2. Nail Salon near me.

3. Clubs near me.

4. Food near me.

5. Movies near me.

6. Jobs near me.

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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

You can now pre-order apps for Apple devices

Apple has launched a simple new feature that makes it even easier to get the apps you've been waiting for. The company announced a new pre-order function that lets developers make their future releases available on the App Store up to 90 days in the future and have them automatically download to devices when they launch.
                                            
                preorders-hero_large

Apple says that the feature is available for free and paid apps on all of its platforms, meaning that iOS, macOS and tvOS devices are all supported (as long as they're running the most up-to-date software). Also, Apple won't take your money until the day the app is released, similar to how Amazon handles hardware pre-orders via its online store.

Read: Download Free Premium IOS Apps Now while they are Still Available

If a developer decides to change the price of an app before it launches, Apple will always charge whatever is lower: the price it was pre-ordered at or the cost when it becomes available.

Although the App Store has largely remained the same since its launch in July 2008, Apple has made a number of changes over the past year and a half. In June 2016, the company finally introduced subscriptions and began allowing developers to inject paid App Store listings within search results. However, there's still no option to test apps before you buy them.
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Remote Desktop is now on Chrome web browser

Remote desktop refers to a software or operating system feature that allows a personal computer's desktop environment to be run remotely on one system (usually a PC, but the concept applies equally to a server), while being displayed on a separate client device. Remote desktop applications have varying features. Some allow attaching to an existing user's session (i.e., a running desktop) and "remote controlling", either displaying the remote control session or blanking the screen. Taking over a desktop remotely is a form of remote administration. 
                                             
            Chrome remote desktop
                                 
Tools like remote desktop access have been invented, to help ease the pain of tech support.
Thanks to Google’s Chrome Remote Desktop, now available on the Web.
Chrome Remote Desktop actually isn’t that new. It has been around for as long as Chrome OS and Chromebooks have been around. The only difference, at least for now, is that you can use it directly in your web browser, specifically Chrome. That is, if you’re the one remotely accessing someone else’s computer.

The way it works is still the same. The other end, that is, the person whose computer you will access, will still have to be installed the Chrome Remote Desktop extension. He or she will then generate a PIN that you will use to complete the connection and have access to their computer from your side.

So why the new web browser version? That’s because the old version, which exists as a Chrome web app, will soon be gone. Google has decided that the app path isn’t exactly going as planned and will be scrapping those completely. And one of those is its own Remote Desktop app.

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At the moment, the Chrome Remote Desktop is still labeled in beta, so it isn’t something you should depend on just yet. Even Google’s support pages have not yet been updated and still point to the old ways of doing things. Fortunately, that old way is still accessible and completely usable. At least until the web version rolls out in stable form.

SOURCE: Google
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