6 Blunders To Avoid While Finalizing Your App Design

Great graphics and easy navigations are what perfectly describes a beautiful application. The design of an application is very much responsible for its success. It is no hidden fact that building a mobile app is much harder than designing a desktop software.

There are many minute points that need to be kept in mind while building an application. For instance, it should directly reflect the business, must be easy to use and responsive at the same time. With so many things in mind, a professional can sometimes get confused.

Here is the list of ailments you must avoid when you are working with an app design. If you are skeptical about creating an app on your own, you can make the professionals do it for you. Brands like Reinvently create an app that satisfies your needs and complements your business.

Filling too much!

Minimal but adequate should be your motto while creating the design of an application. Nobody likes an app that has too many unnecessary elements. Applications are generally built to make things easier for the consumer, filling too many features will make it extra complex.

So, focus on a design that looks captivating and, at the same time, has all the required aspects. This can be done easily if you plan the design of your application before developing the design.

Focus on your target audience

Are you clear about your target audience? If yes! Then, create an app keeping those audiences in your mind. The target audience will deliver a notion of what an app must look like when it goes live.

Having adequate knowledge about your audience is known as an essential factor. It is vital as it helps in building a successful and very responsive mobile application. In order to get people to install your app, you must first know who actually needs it.

Copy the trend smartly

The digital world is all about staying unique; copying designs will just defame your business. It is good to follow the trend, but you must stay smart and not become common while following the trend.

Make sure that your ideas and applications still stays unique. Your uniqueness will solely persuade the customers to install your application. On the other hand, if you simply copy the trend, people might install your app but will put it down and move on later.

Gesture support

Most applications these days support some of the other gestures, for example, tilt, rotate, etc. If you are creating a mobile app, make sure you are giving proper attention to gestures as well.

If the application doesn’t support the appropriate gesture, customers might get overwhelmed and uninstall the app. So, ensure checking the gesture support before launching the app on the App Store.

Fill informative and useful content

Having knowledge about your audience will help you analyze the content that is of the utmost use for your audience.

So, make sure you fill out the application with the information that’s useful and informative to your customer base.

Should smoothly function on all devices

No matter if you are designing for Android or iOS, the design should work seamlessly on all screen sizes.

The audience ends up uninstalling an application that does not fit the screen correctly or causes trouble in functioning.

This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or management of EconoTimes.

Exhume dead cryptocurrency exec who owes us $250 million, creditors demand

Stock photo of a gravedigging machine in front of a headstone.

In late January, the wife of a cryptocurrency-exchange founder testified that her husband inadvertently took at least $137 million of customer assets to the grave when he died without giving anyone the password to his encrypted laptop. Now, outraged investors want to exhume the founder’s body to make sure he’s really dead.

The dubious tale was first reported in February, when the wife of Gerry Cotten, founder of the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange, submitted an affidavit stating he died suddenly while vacationing in India, at the age of 30. The cause: complications of Crohn’s disease, a bowel condition that is rarely fatal. At the time, QuadrigaCX lost control of at least $137 million in customer assets because it was stored on a laptop that—according to the widow’s affidavit—only Cotten knew the password to.

Widow Jennifer Robertson testified that she had neither the password nor the recovery key to the laptop. The laptop, she said, stored the cold wallet—that is, a digital wallet not connected to the Internet—that contained the digital currency belonging to customers of the exchange. In addition to at least $137 million in digital coin belonging to more than 100,000 customers, another $53 million was tied up in disputes with third parties, investors reported at the time.

Robertson had testified that she conducted “repeated and diligent searches” for the password but came up empty. She went on to say she hired experts to attempt to decrypt the laptop, but they too failed. One expert profiled Cotten in an attempt to hack the computer, but that attempt also came to nothing.

Questionable circumstances

On Tuesday, The New York Times reported that the amount exchange clients were unable to access is now calculated to be $250 million. Meanwhile, law enforcement officials in both Canada—where QuadrigaCX is located—and in the United States are investigating potential wrongdoing, and investors are clamoring for proof Cotten is actually dead.

Lawyers representing exchange clients on Friday asked Canadian law enforcement officials to exhume his body and conduct an autopsy “to confirm both its identity and the cause of death,” the NYT said. The letter cited “the questionable circumstances surrounding Mr. Cotten’s death and the significant losses” suffered in the incident. The letter went on to ask that the exhumation and autopsy be completed no later than “spring of 2020, given decomposition concerns.”

Quadriga didn’t disclose Cotten’s death until January 14, in a Facebook post, more than a month after it was said to have occurred. The QuadrigaCX platform went down on January 28, leaving users with no way to withdraw funds they had deposited with the exchange. Clients have taken to social media ever since to claim the death and loss of the password were staged in an attempt to abscond with their digital coin.

Besides an investigation by the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, the FBI is also conducting an investigation into the company in conjunction with the IRS, the US Attorney for the District of Columbia, and the Justice Department’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section.

One of the investigations has already unearthed circumstances that some may find suspicious. According the NYT, a report from Ernst & Young (an auditing firm hired by the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia), QuadrigaCX didn’t appear to have any “basic corporate records,” including accounting records. More concerning, the report said the exchange had transferred “significant volumes of cryptocurrency” into personal accounts held by Cotten on other exchanges. The report also documented the transfer of “substantial funds” to Cotten personally that had no clear business justification.

How the exhumation and autopsy would lead to the recovery of the missing cryptocurrency is not clear. But they might go a long way to confirming or debunking the claims Cotten died at the time and in the manner disclosed to QuadrigaCX customers.

QuadrigaCX and the case of the missing $250 million is the kind of event that would be unthinkable for most financial institutions. In the frothy and largely unregulated world of cryptocurrencies, such debacles are a regular if not frequent occurrence.

It’s not too late to grab these last-minute gifts for the holidays

Those on the hunt for a fun last-minute gift can pick up one of these digital gift ideas just in time for Christmas.

Disney Plus

Star Wars and Disney fans can enjoy new and original content with a Disney Plus subscription, with more titles added weekly. Friends will delight in seeing baby Yoda in The Mandalorian, or re-watch favorites like Avengers: Endgame and the original Star Wars trilogy.

Subscriptions start at $6.99 per month, with a bundle available for $12.99 per month that includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+.

Amazon Prime

A useful gift that can save recipients money year-round thanks to exclusive deals and free shipping upgrades, an Amazon Prime membership is an excellent choice for everyone from co-workers to close relatives.

Along with exclusive access to Prime Day deals and the shipping upgrades referenced above, Prime members can access a variety of movies and shows through Prime Video, as well as unlimited access to 2 million songs through Amazon Music. Annual plans run $119, offering recipients benefits for an entire year.

Adobe Creative Cloud

With apps for photographers, videographers and business professionals alike, an Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps plan is great for a variety of content creators. Enjoy access to over 20 creative desktop and mobile apps with the All Apps plan, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro and InDesign.

Annual plans can be prepaid for the entire year or broken down into monthly payments, allowing for easy gift giving.

B&H SmartGift

B&H Photo offers a neat SmartGift feature that gives gift recipients the ability to review, customize or exchange the gift you choose.

Once the gift has been accepted, you’ll be prompted to pay for it and B&H will ship it out for a quick and easy way to get friends and family the items they really want. And with deals going on now on everything from iPads to Apple Watches, saving on the perfect gift is a snap. Just look for the SmartGift button on corresponding product pages to get started.

Amazon gift card

From household essentials to accessories for your home or office setup, Amazon has something for just about everyone. And an Amazon gift card is great to use after the holidays for cables, chargers and stands to enhance other gifts received for the holidays.

Available for email, text or print-at-home delivery, Amazon gift cards are available from $1 to $2,000.

Sling TV subscription

Gift recipients will love not having to pay for a TV subscription each month when given a Sling subscription. Select from Sling Blue, Orange, or Blue + Orange plans depending on the desired channels, with popular favorites, such as HGTV, Food Network and A&E available with any plan. Monthly rates start at $20, with the combo plan running $35 per month.

Sling works on a variety of platforms, from Apple TV to iOS.

5G deployment stands ready to supercharge the Internet of Things

Two toy robots listen to each other through tin cans connected by a laser beam.
Enlarge / Artist’s impression of automated IoT devices connected via 5G.

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It’s true that inorganic users don’t yell at customer-service reps or trash-talk companies on Twitter. But connected devices can also benefit from some less-obvious upgrades that 5G should deliver—and we, their organic overlords, could profit in the long run.

You may have heard about 5G’s Internet-of-Things potential yourself in such gauzy statements as “5G will make every industry and every part of our lives better” (spoken by Meredith Attwell Baker, president of the wireless trade group CTIA, at the MWC Americas trade show in 2017) and “It’s a wholly new technology ushering in a new era of transformation” (from Ronan Dunne, executive vice president and CEO of Verizon’s consumer group, at 2019’s Web Summit conference).

But as with 5G in the smartphone and home-broadband contexts, the ripple effects alluded to in statements are potentially huge—and they will take years to land on our shores. Yes, you’ve heard this before: the news is big, but it’s still early days.

Massively multiplayer mobile bandwidth

The long-term map for 5G IoT promises to support a density of devices far beyond what current-generation LTE can deliver—up to a million “things” per square kilometer, versus almost 61,000 under today’s 4G. That density will open up possibilities that today would require a horrendous amount of wired connectivity.

For example, precision-controlled factories could take advantage of the space in the airwaves to implement extremely granular monitoring, and 5G IoT promises to do that job for less. “You can put tons of environmental sensors everywhere,” said Recon Analytics founder Roger Entner. “You can put a tag on every piece of equipment.”

An automated robot production line at SIASUN Robot & Automation Co., Ltd. High-density IoT deployments could put monitoring tags on everything in this picture.
Enlarge / An automated robot production line at SIASUN Robot & Automation Co., Ltd. High-density IoT deployments could put monitoring tags on everything in this picture.

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“Either I upgrade this to fiber to connect the machines, or I use millimeter-wave 5G in the factory,” echoes Rüdiger Schicht, a senior partner with the Boston Consulting Group. “Everything we hear on reliability and manageability of that infrastructure indicates that 5G is superior.”

Millimeter-wave 5G runs on bands of frequencies starting at 24GHz, far above the frequencies employed for LTE. The enormous amounts of free spectrum up there allow for gigabit speeds—at the cost of range, which would be limited to a thousand feet or so. That still exceeds Wi-Fi’s reach, though.

Low-band 5G on the same frequencies today used for 4G doesn’t allow for a massive speed boost but should at least cover far more ground, while mid-band 5G should offer a good mix of speed and coverage—at least, once carriers have more free spectrum on which to provide that coverage. (If you’d like a quick refresher on the various flavors of 5G, our story from a couple of weeks ago has you covered!)

In the United States, fixing those spectrum issues hinges on the Federal Communications Commission’s recently-announced plan to auction off 280MHz of so-called C-band spectrum, between 3.2GHz and 3.98GHz, on a sped-up timetable that could see those bands in service in two to three years.

And that means there’s some time to figure things out. Companies aren’t lighting up connected devices by the millions just yet.

The current 5G standard—formally speaking, 3GPP Release 15—does not include support for the enormous device density we’re talking about. That will have to wait until Release 16, now in its final stages of approval, although Entner warns that we won’t see compatible hardware for at least another year or two.

Promise Pegasus R4i and J2i add massive storage to the new Mac Pro

The Mac Pro as it ships is limited to the Apple SSD modules purchased with the machine —but the Promise Pegasus R4i and Pegasus J2i are two options for adding enormous quantities of storage internal to the Mac Pro.

The Promise Pegasus R4i and J2i

The Promise Pegasus R4i and J2i

Thanks to the massive bank of eight PCIe slots nestled within the interior of the new Mac Pro, expansion potential is near limitless. Out of the gate, Apple alone will offer up an expansive 8TB of solid-state storage. For some pros, that isn’t near enough. Hence the wealth of third-party alternatives.

Co-designed with Apple, Promise introduced both the R4i and J2i devices specific for the Mac Pro. The former is a full-height MPX module while the latter connects over SATA. The R4i can be outfitted with up to four 3.5-inch drives, while the J2i can include two.

We’re going to spend a bit of time looking at how easy it is to install each of these modules, how fast the storage is, and how quiet the system remains.

Promise Pegasus R4i

The Pegasus R4i is a massive device — a full-height MPX module that tips the scales at 9.2 pounds with four 3.5-inch HDDs pre-installed inside. Those hard drives are 8TB, 7200 RPM models, pre-formatted in HSF+.

The removable drive bays of the Pegasus R4i

The removable drive bays of the Pegasus R4i

An internal RAID engine can support RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, and 10. By default, Promise sets up the module in RAID 5, which offers redundancy at the cost of 25% of the total storage, which reduces the usable storage down to 24TB.

The install

The enclosure itself is quite light, a given as the device is nearly a shell without any drives installed. A locking mechanism holds all four of the drives in place and yet makes them easy to swap when necessary. A handy rail system guides each of the drives in and out of place when removed.

Installing the Pegasus R4i into the top MPX bay

Installing the Pegasus R4i into the top MPX bay

As the drives come pre-installed and there are no cables necessary, install takes no more than a few moments after opening the Mac Pro. It slots into either of the two MPX bays and is held into place with guard plates and a lock.

Configure and manage the R4i in the included utility

Configure and manage the R4i in the included utility

After the hardware is installed, installing the Promise Utility app will allow you to configure the RAID format to one of the others, change settings, manage events, and more.


According to Promise, users should experience around 680 MB/s in the RAID5 configuration. We performed the usual Blackmagic Speed Test as well as several file transfer tests. In those tests, we saw close to the advertised speeds for real-world usage with results of 791 megabytes per second read speed, and 567 megabytes per second write speed.

As we continued to push the system, we monitored the system for additional sound output. As it stands, we rely on massive arrays of external drives for handling our video storage and backups. We were quite curious regarding how lout the internal system would comparatively be.

Running the Blackmagic Disk Speed Test on the Pegasus R4i

Running the Blackmagic Disk Speed Test on the Pegasus R4i

No matter what external storage device you are looking at, it must manage its cooling. With the internal Pegasus R4i, it instead relies on the excellent thermal management of the Mac Pro. In our initial hands-on, we found the Mac Pro nearly silent in many configurations.

That stayed the same with the Pegasus R4i installed. You can still hear the drive heads operating and the exceptionally silent fans kicking in. But, it is still far quieter than an external enclosure.

Promise Pegasus J2i

The Promise J2i

The Promise J2i

The Pegasus J2i s another internal bay for the Mac Pro, but connects over SATA rather than in an MPX module. Installation is slightly more involved as it needs to be connected to those internal ports, rather than just sliding into a PCI-E slot.

The J2i arrives with a single 8TB 7200RPM Toshiba drive pre-installed and formatted. A second bay allows users to install a second drive to boost storage even higher.

The requiste cables when installing the Pegasus J2i

The requiste cables when installing the Pegasus J2i

It also includes the necessary cable to connect the SATA drives to internal ports of the Mac Pro.

Connecting the requiste cables when installing the Pegasus J2i

Connecting the requiste cables when installing the Pegasus J2i

Installation requires the removal of a single plate at the top of the Mac Pro. Following removal, three cables are plugged into the motherboard of the machine.

The Promise Pegasus J2i installed on our Mac Pro

The Promise Pegasus J2i installed on our Mac Pro

Following that, the housing slides along protruding screw mounts that are on the top frame of the Mac Pro before sliding to the right to lock it into place. Then the final SATA cable needs connected to the included drive, and optionally the second user-installed drive.

Given that the drives rely on the SATA connector, speeds will be limited to 6 gigabits per second. A single hard drive won’t hit that, but a SSD can.

Should you by the Promise Pegasus R4i or Promise Pegasus J2i

Both the J2i and R4i installed

Both the J2i and R4i installed

The Pegasus R4i is a bit pricier than creating an external array. The near-silent operation coupled with the ease of installation make it a serious contender for users out there who need additional storage internal, and not external or across a network.

If you ever take the Mac Pro out on shoots as well this is beneficial because you don’t need to tote an external bay that can get damaged, lost, or inadvertently disconnected mid-transfer.

The top of the J2i

The top of the J2i

The J2i is similarly convenient —albeit much smaller and without RAID options —but still useful when you need to add storage but not quite the capacity or formatting options available with the R4i.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Where to buy

The Promise Pegasus R4i is available for $2299.95 populated with 32TB of storage through Apple. The Promise Pegasus J2i is available for $399, with one drive.

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Contractor admits planting logic bombs in his software to ensure he’d get new work

Contractor admits planting logic bombs in his software to ensure he’d get new work

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Many IT workers worry their positions will become obsolete as changes in hardware, software, and computing tasks outstrip their skills. A former contractor for Siemens concocted a remedy for that—plant logic bombs in projects he designed that caused them to periodically malfunction. Then wait for a call to come fix things.

On Monday, David A. Tinley, a 62-year-old from Harrison City, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to six months in prison and a fine of $7,500 in the scheme. The sentence came five months after he pleaded guilty to a charge of intentional damage to a protected computer. Tinley was a contract employee for Siemens Corporation at its Monroeville, Pennsylvania, location.

According to a charging document filed in US District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, the logic bombs Tinley surreptitiously planted into his projects caused them to malfunction after a certain preset amount of time. Because Siemens managers were unaware of the logic bombs and didn’t know the cause of the malfunctions, they would call Tinley and ask him to fix the misbehaving projects. The scheme ran from 2014 to 2016.

Tinley will be under supervised release for two years following his prison term. He will also pay restitution. The parties in the case stipulated a total loss amount of $42,262.50. Tinley faced as much as 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

FaceTime alternative ToTok is a spy tool, purged from App Store


Popular social messaging app ToTok has been found to spy on its users —and it likely was developed by the government of the United Arab Emirates to keep tabs on its citizens.


Similar to WhatsApp and Skype, Emirati user-to-user messaging app, ToTok, is designed to connect people. However, American officials have found that the app has a far more sinister purpose.

Officials have found that the government of the United Arab Emirates have been using ToTok to track users. This includes, but is not limited to data mining text conversations, collection of physical locations through location services, and recording of any sound and audio used by the device.

The appeal of ToTok was that it functioned well in countries, like the United Arab Emirates, that have restricted other more popular messaging services. This is, in part, why ToTok had gained popularity in the Middle East, as many citizens are not able to use popular messaging apps like WhatsApp.

Originally available for both Android and Apple devices, ToTok had gained popularity in the Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa, and more recently in North America. Chinese telecom giant Huawei even promoted the app in advertisements.

Both Apple and Google have removed the app from their app stores. Users who previously downloaded ToTok will still be able to use the app until they manually remove it from their phones.

Its user base is primarily based in the UAE. But, during its few months of availability, it became one of the most downloaded social apps in the United States prior to its removal from the App Store and Google Play.

According to the New York Times, it is unclear when intelligence officials first determined that ToTok was being used to track users and mine data. One person familiar with the situation had said that American officials have warned some allies internally about the dangers of ToTok

[Funding alert] Finly raises money from Gemba Capital, AngelList

Bengaluru-based technology company Finly, which automates accounts payable for mid and large sized businesses, has raised a fresh round of undisclosed funding from Social Capital, AngelList India, Gemba Capital, Omphalos Ventures, and 91springboard via Atal Innovation Mission and Niti Aayog.

The startup said it will be using the funds to expand product offerings with a focus on enhancing the intelligence layer and to handle the next phase of growth.


Finly team

Founded by serial entrepreneurs Vivek AG and Veekshith C Rai, Finly.io is their second venture – the first one being MindFree Labs, where they built MintCoins, a network for developers to crowdsource testing of mobile applications. 

With both the founders having a technology background, the startup’s focus is on achieving the maximum degree of automation externally and internally to achieve the highest efficiency.

Awarded as India’s top 50 software products by NASSCOM, Finly is a SaaS product that automates Accounts Payable by streamlining the flow of data between the banking and accounting system. With an integrated suite of 12 modules, it helps CFOs set up their governance framework, which helps in reducing costs and risks while boosting control and compliance. 

The startup incorporates all workflows as per business needs to manage vendors, employee reimbursements, and related payment agreements while keeping the accounting system updated in real-time.

At present, Finly has over 100 businesses in its fold, with marquee customers like Quikr, Upgrad, Meesho, ShareChat, and Olx.  

Adith Podhar, Managing Partner at Gemba Capital, said: “We believe the team has built a fantastic SaaS product for the global market. With Finly, a CFO can time his payments to better managecash and capture early-payment discounts, reduce invoice processing time and costs, and engage your accounts payable department in more strategic, higher-value activities”

“Our goal is to help CFOs and their key executives have more time to focus on their organization’s strategic priorities. We believe that technology will help finance professionals to spend less time and effort in day to day operations and focus on more critical tasks of analyzing and tracking key metrics relevant to the company’s growth,” said Veekshith Rai, co-founder and COO, Finly.

(Edited by Megha Reddy)