Thursday, 30 October 2014

How to use Titanuim Backup on android

Titanium Backup has been one of the most popular apps on the market for some time, and with good reason. It can be used to backup all your important app dada, system data, and even WiFi passwords on your handset.

Now, Android is a very stable operating system, and it’s pretty rare to run into a system or app killing bug. Even so, it’s better to be safe than sorry, you never know when a crippling update or malicious app might cause a problem. If you’re planning on removing apps using your newly found root permission or are planning to install custom versions of Android, then backing up your device is essential.

First things first, you’ll need a rooted handset before you can use Titanium Backup. Following that the app will need to be granted root permissions on your handset, but that’s simple enough. You’ll be prompted by Superuser once you run Titanium Backup, and can select to give it permanent access so you won’t be prompted again.

One word of caution before we proceed. If you’re using Titanium Backup to restore apps in between installing ROMs DO NOT attempt to restore system apps or their data across ROMs, as this will cause all sorts of crashes. Individual apps work fine, but system data will be incompatible.

Now that everything is setup we can begin.

Performing a mass backup

At first glance, Titanium Backup doesn’t appear to have the friendliest looking interface, the black and grey theme could certainly use a makeover. But don’t let that put you off, everything you need is actually very easy to find.

Frustratingly though, probably the most useful tool for performing a mass backup is actually hidden in another menu, rather than on the Backup/Restore tab where you’d think it would be. Instead, click the Menu button on your handset, and then select the “Batch actions” option under the “General” section, it should be the second option on the list.

TI making a backup

Batch actions can be accessed from your devices menu button, or via the icon in the top left of Titanium’s home screen.
The all-important backup section is located right here, giving you a wide variety of options regarding app and system data. System data includes Bookmarks, WiFi information, calendar events, etc. If you’re performing a backup for the first time then want to use the “Backup all user apps + system data” option, or at the very least the “all user apps” function. Clicking “Run” will present you with several more options to refine exactly what you’d like to backup. Once you’re satisfied with the selection, tap the green tick in the top right to begin the backup.

Patience is the key here as this can take a while, especially if you have lots of large apps installed.

If you’ve performed backups in the past and simply want to make a backup of newer apps you’ve installed recently, the “Backup new user apps” option on the “Batch actions” menu is the best choice. Alternatively, you can use the “Backup/Restore” tab on the Titanium homepage to select individual apps to backup.

Creating a recovery backup .zip file

Whilst the above backups will protect you from most bugs, they won’t be of much use if you experience a severe error that prevents your device from booting properly, such as corruption in a system file, or a bugged out launcher. This is where recovery compatible .zip files come in handy, as the backup can be restored without having to boot into Android. However, this is a donate version only option, but might be worthwhile if you’re changing ROMs a lot.

Head on over to the batch options again and scroll down until you see the “Recovery Mode” category. Here you can select the apps that you’d like to include in the backup .zip file, choose between apps or data only, and name the .zip file appropriately so that you can remember what it is.

If you ever need to recover your device using this boot file, enter ClockworkMod recovery and choose install zip from SDCard.

Scheduled backups

Generating a backup every time you install a new app is a bit of a pain, and it’s unlikely that anyone will remember to make a backup every week or month anyway. Fortunately, Titanium Backup now includes a scheduled backup option.

Over on the main menu tap the “Schedules” tab and you’ll be presented with two options. The first choice labelled “redo backups for modified data” will schedule backups only for app data which have been changed since the last backup. This could include games or changes make to specific app data.

TI schedule
The schedule has plenty of options to control automatic backups, so you don’t have to mess around with Titanium regularly.
The second option is probably the most important, as it will backup any new apps, system data, and updates since the previous update. Click “edit” to make changes to the schedule. There are all the necessary options to adjust the time and date of when backups are generated, but users can also set the charge state of the device required before making a backup, so as to prevent shutdowns mid backup, and there’s also a choice regarding filters and what to do once the backup has completed.

Restoring from backup

Alright, you’re protected in case your handset suffers a minor meltdown, but the next important step is being able to restore your apps and settings should anything go wrong.

In the batch actions, yet again, you’ll find a list of options for mass restoring your data. “Restore missing apps with data” will replace any content that is missing from your handset after a wipe. Alternatively restoring all apps with data will replace any existing apps with the backed up versions of them created earlier. There’s also a rather helpful option to only restore newer versions of user apps if you’re reinstalling your system.

However, the option that’ll you’ll most likely be interested is the “restore missing apps + all system data” option, which will put everything back to where it was when you created the backup. Although I can’t stress enough, that system data shouldn’t be restore if you’re switching ROMs.

TI restore options

Batch and individual restores can both be performed. There are also some additional commands when looking up the options for each app.
If you discover that a specific app has developed a fault, say after a bugged update, and you want to restore it to a previously saved version, then this can be done by clicking on the backup/restore option on the main page. Here you can pick the specific app or piece of data from the list. Once tapped, a list of backups will appear along with a list of other functions to create backups, etc. Here you can manage your individual app backups, or can restore the app to a specific date by clicking on the corresponding restore button.

Managing bloatware

Whilst looking at the specific apps you’ll probably have noticed the Freeze function. Freezing apps is a handy tool that will allow you to completely stop apps from running without having to uninstall them. Usually this is used on factory installed apps that you don’t want to use. This option is a paid for only function, but it’s very helpful if you want to stop an irritating tasks from running or to see how your handset will react before uninstalling a piece of software.

Root permission also means that Titanium Backup can be used to uninstalled unwanted apps and bloat ware. A word of caution before doing this with any pre-installed software, uninstalled essential apps can cause force close errors and even render your handset virtually unusable if not done with care, so I thoroughly recommend backing up your apps and system first, preferably with a recovery zip file too.

Special features

That’s the really important stuff out of the way, but Titanium backup includes plenty of additional advanced features if you want to make the most out of your backups.

Firstly, backup data can be imported from by going to Titanium’s main menu and scrolling down to the import backup option. So you don’t even need to store all your backups on your handset, the files can easily be moved back and forth from your PC to your phone.

TI extra options
Slower compression will save on storage space, but be prepared to wait a little while while backups are performed.
If you’re short of internal memory storage, there’s also the option to move apps to the SD card. However, this will cause certain apps to malfunction, so it’s only recommended to use on software which don’t integrate closely with any other part of Android, such as games.

Titanium Backup features many more options under the configurations menu, including tweaks to the type of compression used to create backups, the maximum number of backups to keep for each app, and whether or not to store market links for apps. In fact, apps can even be disconnected from the marketplace, so automatic updates can be left on for apps but then manually disconnected for certain apps, if you so desire.

Cloud backups

An extra feature for those who purchase the PRO edition is the ability to send backup data to various online services, including Dropbox and Google Drive. Although not essential, these options are very helpful if you need to wipe your SD card, or if your SD card ever develops a fault. To enable syncing to one of these services, tap your phone’s menu button and then go to “Preferences”, the options are under “cloud sync settings”.

And that concludes our guide on Titanium Backup. Hopefully that’s everything you need to protect your handset from unexpected faults.


Wednesday, 29 October 2014

3D Analyzer For Better Game Experience (Windows)

3D Analyze is a program to anayze and test the efficiency of your 3D card, and improve it noticeably for 3D gaming. It's especially designed to help those of you who own older PCs to run new games, based on the increasing demands these games have on software and hardware. It will also help you future-proof your new PC against future developments in gaming. This way you'll avoid costly upgrades to your hardware. What 3D Analyze does is to emulate DirectX, and you can also fool a modern game into thinking your graphics card is right for it, even if it's an old one. And if you have an up to date card you can use 3D Analyze to run games through your TV by forcing 100Hz.

For this 3D Analyze allows you to change the distinct characteristics of your card, and test its efficiency (DirectX merits special attention). With it you can optimize your PC's efficiency, above all if your CPU will permit it, although still with a low range card. This 3D Analyze program supports Direct3D as much as OpenGL, whichever it you may have, to optimize your system. For this you only have to select where to find the execute command for the chosen game.

3D Analyze is very easy to use and you will get instant results. It doesn't matter whether you have a new or an old graphics card, as this program will help you. And all this for free!

Hack Playstore Using Freedom App

Freedom is an app which enables free in-app purchases provided by the google play store. One important point though, is that you must have your device rooted before using this app. If you don't know, what rooting is, then you must first search it, collect some information and then root your phone. We have provided a FAQ below, too.

You can use it in any game, but there's no guarantee that all of the games and apps work with it. However it works on most of the games and you must therefore surely give it a try. There are newer versions out every week or month, so maybe all the games/apps can be hacked with it in the near future.

Installation Instructions:

Follow these instructions carefully to get freedom working:

1. Install the downloaded apk file in your phone
2. First go to step 7, if freedom works then its all done. If it doesn't work then follow the below steps in sequence.
3. Download and install Market Unlocker from here.
4. Open Market Unlocker => Tick Enable Unlocker
5. Now, swipe over to the left (Market Tab)  => Scroll until you find Russian MTS 25001 => Select it
6. Go to Settings => Date & time => Select time zone => Moscow (Optional).
7. Open Freedom => Choose any app or game => Wait for the process => Enjoy free in app purchases.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Android 5.0 Lollipop Features List

Key Android Lollipop 5.0 Features

Android 5.0 Lollipop is Google’s latest operating system update for smartphones, tablets and even Android Wear-running smartwatches. It's arriving in the coming weeks and the newly announced Motorola Nexus 6 and HTC Nexus 9 tablet will be among the first devices to run on it. 

New look, dubbed Material

The first thing you'll notice about Android 5.0 is that it looks quite different to the current Android 4.4 Android, and it's not – as we once thought – like the experimental Experience UI used in the Nexus 5. 

Google has come up with a new interface look, called Material. It's a lot more vibrant that current Android, and it makes much more use of interface layers. This is quite the opposite of recent trends in UI design, which have all been about making interfaces as flat and simple as possible. Material may be simple, but it's not flat.

As part of the new Material interface, Google is also introducing two new widgets. The first is a more power-efficient RecyclerView widget, which can be used for features like scrolling through Contacts. The second is a new CardView widget, which has a very Google Now-inspired feel and should ensure widgets run smoother.

Real-time Shadows

The depth is not just about the way the interface is laid out, either. Android 5.0 introduces real-time generated shadows for interface elements.

This should really help to spruce-up the look of Android, giving it some of the visual tactility of iOS 7. We have seen attempts at this kind of more substantive look in some third-party custom interfaces before, but they generally don't get it right. 

Others end up looking busy, and there are often performance hits to any visual flashiness. But we don't expect any of that with Android 5.0. 

Redesigned nav soft keys

The look of the nav buttons that are a key part of Android have been changed as well. Their functions seem to be the same as ever – back, home and recent apps – but the look seems to have been pilfered from a PlayStation controller. 
A triangle, circle and square do manage, strangely enough, to encompass what each of the soft keys are for well enough, though. And the extra simplicity of this is no doubt all a part of the Material look. 

Dynamic 'heads up' notifications

Another element of Android 5.0 that we've seen in some third-party Android interfaces is heads-up notifications. These pop-up on top of whatever you're doing, meaning you don't have to go to an app or drag down the notifications bar to find out what's going on when your phone beeps. 

More coherence across tablets, phones and PCs

Google is keen to big-up that the Material look is going to be fairly consistent between phones, tablets, desktops and laptops. It wants to offer that smooth cross-platform feel that you get when you really buy into the Apple universe, with an iPhone, iPad and MacBook. 
Of course, on the PC front Google is only really going to have access to the Chrome interface – it can't reskin Microsoft's Windows. But the look on a laptop isn't a million miles removed from the tiles of Windows 8.

Redesigned Gmail

It's not just the Android interface that has been given a refresh. The Google apps have too. Much more colour has been injected into Gmail, and the look of the app is both a lot cleaner and more modern.
The square avatar pics of current Gmail have also been traded-in for circular ones. 
It seems highly likely that you'll have control over what apps can send you these pop-up notifications. As otherwise they'll become very, very annoying. 

Expanded notifications

This is something Google introduced in recent Android updates and now users will be able to view notifications in more detail in three different ways. There's text, inbox and image all of which can provide you with additional context for the notification. It's something that Android Wear smartwatch owners are also going to benefit from greatly as well.

The idea is to evolve one of Android's core features to be more useful and deliver the information when you really need it.

New lock screen notifications

Notifications also have a real spot on the lock screen. And, again, this is something that has been common for some time in many custom Android interfaces. 
Each notification shows up as a little bar across the screen in high-contrast fashion, making them super-clear. It looks as though four different notifications can be displayed on the lock screen at once on a normal-size phone.

3D multitasking

A minor visual tweak of Android 5.0 L is the new multitasking menu. It still shows your 'recent' apps, but rather than being displayed as a 2D scroll of apps, it's now a 3D cascade of app tiles. 
It looks quite similar to the tabs screen of the Chrome browser for Android – no surprise there. The look of the Android take is better, though – sharper, simpler and with good use of those new realtime shadows. 

Direct links to apps from Google searches

Developers will now be able to have links to their apps take the place of websites in web searches. What this means is that you'll be able to head directly to a specific part of an app right from the Chrome browser on your phone. 
This feature has been accessible to a handful of apps to date, but now it'll be available to all developers. If you're worried about being launched from Chrome into some dodgy app, don't be. Just as lesser sites don't tend to feature too highly in your search results, ropey apps won't either. 

64-bit CPU support

One new feature we knew was coming – support for 64-bit CPUs. As 64-bit CPUs clearly designed to work with Android devices have already been officially announced, this one was obvious. 
As well as letting many more instructions take place simultaneously, having a 64-bit CPU really lifts the lid on how much RAM Android phones/tablets can actually make use of. With a 32-bit processor the limited address space means that only so much RAM memory can be accessed at once. 

Android TV

While not a core part of the Android system, Android TV is a huge development in the Android universe. It's a version of the platform designed for your TV, and it'll eventually be built into set top boxes and TVs.
You'll control the thing with your Android phone, and will be able to play Android games, watch video and do pretty much anything you can with your Android phone.

Improved GPU support

Google has improved the coding of Android's execution of graphics, allowing for much more advanced visuals. It has been dubbed an 'extension pack', and will finally make top-end processors start to make a bit more sense.
The extension pack enables tesselation, geometry shaders, computer shaders and ASTC texture compression. The latter is an advanced image compression algorithm that will allow for highly effective reduction in the size of art assets. 

ART runtime is in

Android 5.0 L switches over to the ART runtime. If you've read our Android 4.4 tips and tricks article you'll know that this is something people with recent Android phones have been able to try out for themselves for a while.
At present Androids use the Dalvik runtime as standard. ART is significantly quicker, but uses a bit more storage space for apps. It's a fair trade off in our opinion.

Smartwatch as authentication

One of the funkiest little additions in Android 5.0 L is a new way to bring your phone out of standby securely. Android Wear watches will work as an authentication tool, meaning you won't need a password to unlock your phone if you're wearing your watch. We're not quite sure yet exact what tech is used to do this. But it is neat.
BUT, of course, if you get mugged your attacker is probably going to nick your Android smartwatch as well as your shiny new Galaxy S6 mobile phone. But it should at least stop your friends from being able to tweet on your behalf should you nip of to the lav for a minute. 

Support for USB audio

One of the new APIs of Android 5.0 L is USB audio. This means you'll be able to transmit digital audio right from a phone's microUSB port, bypassing the DAC stage used when you listen through a headphone jack. 
What will this mean? It opens up an Android phone to being a genuine audiophile source when paired with a decent outboard USB DAC, and could mean we start to see USB headphones – something Apple is rumoured to be working on through Beats. The Nexus 5 supported USB audio output, but it is not native to all Android 4.4 devices. 

Battery efficiency optimisation

Android 5.0 L gets some new battery features, including a reworked Battery Saver mode. Android 4.4 falls well behind the competition in this respect – where phones like the Galaxy S5 have extreme power-saving modes on tap, the basic Android 4.4 battery saver is rather rudimentary. 

The lock screen will also tell you how long your phone will take to charge when plugged in – a clever little tweak that seems so obvious now it's in place. 

Bluetooth 4.1 support

Android 5.0 L offers native support for Bluetooth 4.1. Top-end phones have Bluetooth 4.0 these days, but what's the difference?

Bluetooth 4.1 doesn't clash with 4G signal like Bluetooth 4.0, and it gives manufacturers much more control over the timeout times of the connection. This gives much more scope for controlling power consumption. Bluetooth 4.1 also improves connectivity, letting Bluetooth peripherals talk to each other more easily. 

Android Auto

A major new bit of Android 5.0 L is Android Auto. This is a bit like Apple's CarPlay – it's an in-car system that runs off your Android phone. 

You jump into your car and your Android 5.0 L mobile will start transmitting Android Auto to the screen on your car's dashboard. Its interface looks quite a lot like Google Now and Android Wear, and will of course let you GPS navigate to wherever you want to go. We imagine it'll be a lot more open than CarPlay too. 

Thursday, 9 October 2014

English-Malayalam Dictionary For Windows 8.1

English Malayalam Dictionary application for Windows Phone. As it is using an offline database you don't require an active internet connection. A must application for any Malayalee.

Malayalam language is a language of Dravidian origin and is spoken in India, mostly in the state of Kerala. More than 35 million people use it all over the world, according to a recent study. Besides being spoken by the population of Kerala, the language is also used by a large crowd of expatriates in America, the Middle East, Europe and Australia.

Since the popularity of this language is undeniable, the need for a dictionary to translate English words to Malayalam became more stringent by the day.

English Malayalam Dictionary can prove itself useful, especially to people who originate from Kerala and other Malayalam speaking Indian countries.


iTools An Alternative For iTunes

iTools is a free alternative to iTunes. It is a simple and complete solution to manage your iPad, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

If you have gone through the iTunes steps, you will not be disoriented with iTools. The software incorporates the main features of iTunes. The style is similar with a menu bar on the left.

With iTools, you can access the entire filesystem of your iDevice from your PC without having to bog down your system with iTunes. The software allows you to manage your media library and sync music, video and photos with your Apple device. iBooks is also supported.

With the iTools app installed, managing your device Apple is a nothing more than a breeze. You can uninstall or make backups of your applications in one click and check for available updates.

Among the other features of iTools is the ability to manage and edit all the content of your contacts, messages, notes, calendar and call history.

If you are looking for an alternative to iTunes, here is a complete and excellent solution from the folks in Hong Kong.

iTools can manage contacts, synchronize phone data and backup phone data.

iTools features and highlights:

  • Easily convert between MP3 format
  • Desktop management profiles
  • Cleans rubbish files from your iDevice
  • Manage contacts and SMS text messages
  • Share data between devices

iTools is licensed as Freeware for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) operating system / platform from iphone tools without restrictions. iTools 2014 Build 0520 is available to all software users as a free download (Freeware).

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

iOS 7 Cloud activation By Hacktivate Tool

A new activation lock bypass

  • just add this to you host file on your pc or mac
  • Then open itunes
  • Press Yes and Continue

How to use

1) Download and install the utility iPhone4_Hacktivate_Tool
2) Open iPhone4_Hacktivate_Tool
3) Put your iphone4 into DFU mode
4) Press Button 1 to run the ssh_rd tool
5) Wait until ssh_rd tool is done
6) Run number 2 to mount your devices filesystem
7) Now run number 3 to copy the needed files over to hacktivate your iphone 4
8) Your device will reboot and go into restore mode
9) Press the exit recovery buttIon
10) :-)
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Increase IDM Speed BY IDM Optimizer

Internet Download Manager as we said is the best download manager right now available as compared to any other download manager like DAP, Microsoft Lightweight Download Manager, Orbit and many others. Its used to download files much faster hence accelerating downloads with this tool is quiet easy and automated. We even posted a nice tutorial on how you can download torrent files using IDM (Internet Download Manager) and even we hosted a nice IDM License Keys Giveaway that went pretty well, it will be refreshed again soon.

Accelerate IDM Downloads using IDM Optimizer

 Well now we just got our hands on IDM Optimizer, it’s a small utility which boosts your IDM speed by modifying some registry entries like it will change Connection Speed, Connection type, Max Connection Numbers and some other few entries. So this is what above kind of Window you will see when you will fire up the IDM Optimizer software. So it has a simple Maximize Now button which when clicked will popup a note to restart IDM so that it can take effect. Well you can see it also has a Restore Default button which will restore all the settings which IDM came with you can use that if you think that you are not getting good speeds.

Increase IDM Download Speed using IDM Optimizer

  • Download IDM Optimizer Tool

  • Now make sure IDM is installed on your PC, as this tool will only optimize IDM if its physically present on your system.

  • Now just fire up your IDM Optimizer and than you will see window like above just click on Maximize Now and you will get a note asking you to restart your IDM do that and once restart your PC.

  • That’s it now your IDM is boosted with speed, try to download any file and check out if speeds are good or not.

  • If you want to restore your default settings than you can click on Restore Default.

That’s it guys now you have boosted your IDM with Speed, optimized it for faster downloads have fun, well all these settings could be tweaked manually but this one is the fastest and easiest way to bypass all that manual working, so hopefully this will work for you and will provide you some boosted speeds.

KGB Archiver For Windows 8.1

KGB Archiver is not your regular file compressor. It makes all the difference in the world, size-wise, because it can create the tinniest archives. This is due to the fact that its compression rate is amazing, almost unique in its software category.
Various compression options

This small and seemingly plain software is extremely powerful, and it could easily surpass other products of its kind (when it comes to compression size, not speed).

Archives can be made in either KGB or ZIP format, and compression level can be set from minimal to maximum (with a lot of options in between). Plus, you can secure them by assigning a password, no matter which compression level you choose.
Powerful result at the cost of time

For example, we compressed a file of 1.2MB at maximum level. The process took 30 seconds, and the result weighed 366,5KB. Large file take a lot more than that, obviously. So, yes, KBG Archiver is powerful, but it also takes long time for maximum compression level.
Displays helpful info

During compression, KGB Archiver displays the progress, together with the current size versus the projected size and the remaining time. This information is also available in a little window that pops up if you move the mouse over the application icon in the system tray.

KGB Archiver also places shortcuts in the Explorer context menu, but you can make that disappear from the Options window of the application.

To end with

In conclusion, KGB Archiver is willing to cut down your archives in size, but at the price of a long waiting time for very large files. Considering that it can drastically make a difference, the costs are not that high.


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Make Money Online Without Investment

The only Paid-to-click Service you'll ever need

NeoBux is a free worldwide service available in a multi-language environment.

Our service consists of allowing advertisers to reach thousands of potential customers by displaying their advertisement(s) on our site and users to earn money by viewing those advertisements.

Our users click on the advertiser's advertisement and view it during the amount of time specified by the advertiser.
After viewing the advertisement, the user gets credited with a pre-determined amount of money in their NeoBux account.

You don't need to pay us a thing to start earning. So, now that you're a registered user, start earning money for free!

How much can I earn?

We do the hard work behind the scenes, you get the profits
The amount of money each user earns varies between the user's membership, the type and quantity of advertisements the user has viewed, the number of referrals the user has and the number of advertisements those referrals view.

Earnings calculator
 membership with
 referrals having an average of
$0.17 per day    $4.95 per month    $60.23 per year

Presented earnings are calculated based on the minimum amount of advertisements you have per day and also based on the options you've selected which are variable and may be higher or lower than presented. All calculations are based on standard exposure advertisements. For profit calculation you need to subtract the referral management expenses from the earnings.

Want to have a detailed projection of your account? Visit our Projection Center.

How exactly do I get paid?

We've made it very simple
The amount we pay you depends on several different factors.

First let's describe the amount you earn per click and for each of your referral's clicks depending on the type of membership you have and the type of the exposed advertisement:

Minimum Payout:

The minimum amount paid is $2.00 on the first cashout. This amount will increase by $1.00 for each cashout until it reaches a fixed minimum amount of $10.00. From the amount paid, a fee can be deducted depending on the payment processor you use.

Amount of time for payment processing:
After you request your payment, you'll receive it instantly in your chosen payment processor account unless some kind of technical difficulty is encountered during the process.

What is a referral?

That's what friends are for
A referral is someone who works for you.
Sounds good? Keep on reading:

A referral gets what every other user gets when they click advertisements: Money!
But, if a user that clicks advertisements is your referral, you get money, too!

There are two types of referrals and three ways of getting them:

Direct referrals:

These users registered using your username as their referrer.

Rented referrals:

You rented them.
So, how do you get referrals? Here are the three ways you can do that:

Use our banners:

Show our banner online with a link to NeoBux with your username on that link (you can find the banners with the links in your account).
When the visitor clicks that banner, he/she will be sent here.
Then, all he/she has to do is register. We'll take care of the rest for you.


Just tell everyone to register at NeoBux and to type your username in the referrer field when they do so.


You can rent referrals monthly (30 calendar days) to work for you (this is not slavery... they earn too).
Just go to your account to do so.
The quantity of referrals available will vary depending on how many users registered without a referrer.
You'll only get referrals that have clicked at least 11 advertisements in the past 5 days.

The rental price for each referral per month is:

Referrals                  Monthly AutoPay
0 -> 250             $0.20 $0.0057
251 -> 500          $0.21 $0.0060
501 -> 750          $0.22 $0.0062
751 -> 1000          $0.23 $0.0065
1001 -> 1250          $0.24 $0.0068
1251 -> 1500          $0.25 $0.0071
1501 -> 1750          $0.26 $0.0074
more than 1750 $0.27 $0.0077

The renewal price is always based on the rental prices shown above and you can benefit from the following discounts depending on the renewal period you choose:
AutoPay 15 days 30 days 60 days 90 days 150 days 240 days
                 15% 0%      5%        10% 18%    25% 30%

The number of rented referrals that each user can have is relative to his/her type of membership/pack as follows:

 Standard Golden Emerald Platinum Sapphire Diamond Ultimate 
300 2000 2000 2000 2500 3000 4000

NOTE: Members with an Ultimate Pack can use the rental queue
after the normal rental limitations.
In this case each referral will have a cost of $0.60 plus an
additional $0.01 for each 100 referrals that the
user has above the limit to a maximum of $1.20.
This increased amount is only for rentals and not for extensions.

Pay daily using AutoPay:
You can activate AutoPay to extend your referrals' next payment date.
On the first click each referral makes per day, you'll pay to keep him/her for an extra day.
This is a fast, easy and inexpensive way to keep your referrals.
Also, you'll save 15%.

Recycle your referrals:

You can recycle each referral any time you want to.
Is your referral inactive or just clicks a few advertisements per day?
No problem!
For just $0.07 you can replace him/her with a new active referral.
So, what are you waiting for?

 Can someone click for me?

All they need is a mouse and a computer
Yes, we allow any living creature to click for you.
So, if you have a dog, you can start training it (we would love to see the video)!

If you think that a program that automatically clicks is a living creature, then you have a twisted notion of reality.

If you use that type of programs:
You'll be treated as a cheater.
You'll be banned.
We can't be friends.

What about my family?

Because family is very important
Everyone in your household can join NeoBux (even your mother-in-law)!

There is a catch, though... Only one user per internet connection is allowed to view advertisements in 24 hours and only one account per computer.
This means, that if everyone in your house uses their account in the same day, only the first one can earn by clicking the advertisements. To allow another user to click advertisements, he or she will have to wait 24 hours.
But everyone can login to check their accounts or post on the forum, for example.

So, in short, to click advertisements and get paid, only one user per internet connection in 24 hours and only one account per computer.

Don't do that at school, work or by using some kind of Proxy or VPN because usually the IP is the same for every Internet user and the computers may be accessed by other accounts.

I am a hacker

No one is really perfect
So, you're a hacker? That's nice!

Seriously, we love hackers. That is why we also thought of you!

Hackers will have a special attention from our system. Just for you, we have implemented one of the strongest anti-cheat protections in the industry so that you can work harder in cheating.

You may be warned when you try to cheat but we also have many other surprises because we know how much you love surprises. In certain cases you won't be warned!
As we love hackers so much, we will even update your account balance because we know what success means to you.

If our system finds out you are a hacker it will fight back. Don't worry, there is no violence involved... you will just be banned before or when you request your payment.

How do we know that you are a hacker:
You try to develop or use something that clicks advertisements for you.
You try to view advertisements you're not supposed to.
You are ugly!
If you get banned, it's because our system got upset with you, so it won't accept communications coming from you. Our system doesn't accept apologies.

If you're banned, you will lose all the money in your account!
It's our way of saying: We told you so!
You have been warned!

I want to advertise my site

You're in the right place
As an advertiser you will get what you pay for.

We are different because we care about our advertisers.

This is what we offer you:

Advertisement Management
You only need to submit your advertisements once.
You can pause, resume or delete them.
You may set a demographic filter or display to all members. (*)
You can purchase clicks and distribute them between your advertisements.
You can access detailed statistics during and after your advertisement display. (*)
You can manage your social networks and include them for free.

Click Packs Management
You purchase the amount of clicks you need.
You decide how many clicks go to each advertisement.
If you decide to delete an advertisement that still has clicks left, no problem... you will get those clicks back in your account to use in another advertisement.

Demographic Exposure
Choose to show your advertisement to the world or just a few countries. (*)
Choose to show your advertisement to users of a certain age (**)
Toggle the filter on and off and select different countries for each advertisement. (*)

Anti-Fraud Protection
Your advertisements will be shielded by the safest and strongest anti-cheat protection available today.
Clicks from hackers will never be accounted (but we may tell them they are).
It was never so easy and secure to expose and manage your advertisements.

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