The Wallet app from Windows Phone is a convenient way to store financial data and use it to make purchases. This all sounds fine and dandy but why should you use this app to store your data? What are the benefits for doing so? And what are the possible problems you might expose yourself to? In this article we will get a bit philosophical and share our arguments for each side of the coin. Enough "how-to" articles, don't you think? :)
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The Wallet app is great for adding your financial information and then using it to make all kinds of payments on your Windows Phone. But, if someone gains access to your smartphone, he or she can make purchases that you might not approve of. For example, what if your child figures out your Windows Phone password, sneaks up on you and buys the first game that attracts his attention? That's why Microsoft has added the possibility to set a separate PIN, specifically for the Wallet app. Once that is set, nobody can make purchases on your Windows Phone without knowing and typing the PIN you set.
The Wallet app in Windows Phone is the place where you can store information about your debit or credit cards, Microsoft gift cards, PayPal accounts, boarding passes and even event tickets. But how do you use all the data stored by this app? In this guide we will see how to use the data stored by the Wallet app to purchase apps and games on your Windows Phone smartphone.
Everyone takes pictures with their smartphones. Even though they might not be a great replacement for a digital camera, smartphones are always with us and they are convenient to use. When it comes to pictures and how to back them up automatically, Windows Phone 8.1 includes a great feature - the ability to have all your pictures uploaded to OneDrive, automatically. This way, you will never lose them. Also, you can manually upload one or more pictures to your OneDrive. Here's how it all works:
The Wallet app from Windows Phone makes it easy to store and use credit cards, debit cards, membership cards and coupons. The version from Windows Phone 8.1 can also store boarding passes or event tickets. In this tutorial we will share how to add credit or debit cards to your Windows Phone's Wallet so that you can use them to buy apps, music or games from the Store or to make payments via NFC.
Nokia Lumia 930 is a long awaited device by Windows Phone fans. In terms of hardware and software specifications, it is a very impressive smartphone and we were very curious to learn how well it works. We tested it for a week and we are now ready to share our conclusions. Is this truly the new flagship Windows Phone device? Learn the answer from this detailed review.
Considering the large number of users requesting a file manager for Windows Phone, Microsoft decided to develop and launch the Files app. It is a simple yet efficient file management tool, which will allow you to perform common file management tasks on your Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone. In this article we will provide an overview of this app's interface, its features and limitations. Read on to learn more.
If you are using Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows Phone on your computers and devices, your system settings are automatically backed up using OneDrive. These backups are stored in the cloud so that they can be used whenever you reset those devices and you want to restore your settings or so that you can use them when migrating to newer devices. But where exactly are these back up points stored? How do you find them? And what can you do with them?
Each time you send an email using your Windows Phone, it goes out with a standard signature saying "Sent from my Windows Phone"? You might not want to use a signature at all or you may want to use a different signature. In this tutorial we will share how to disable the email signature completely, how to change it to a different one and how to enable it back when you need to use a signature.
Launched along with the budget-friendly Lumia 1320 in October 2013, Lumia 1520 is the first phablet from Nokia. It's a gorgeous and powerful Windows Phone which stands out of the crowd through its monoform block touch form factor and its lively bright display. After testing Lumia 1320 a couple of weeks ago, we had the chance to test the 1520 for a few days and here's what we have learned:
Nokia Lumia 630 is the first smartphone that's sold with Windows Phone 8.1 installed. It is an affordable smartphone that will replace the Lumia 620 and also the Lumia 625. We tested this new smartphone for a week and we are ready to share our conclusions, in this review.
There are only a few days left before the FIFA World Cup in Brazil begins and whether you like football or not, you will hear lots about it. This World Cup fever has also infected the Windows Phone ecosystem and you can find several apps that promise to keep you updated on everything related to this event. This article is all about helping you choose the Windows Phone app that suits you best.