The former searches for all users, while the latter applies to people within Bluetooth and Wi-Fi range.It takes advantage of the same i OS 7 tool Apple uses for its Air Drop feature, pictured right Instead of sending messages using mobile or data signal, the features lets users send messages to people in close proximity that are in Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct range - up to around 30 feet (9 metres).This is extremely frustrating and expensive especially when it involves money e.g. If e-mail recipients deny receiving your e-mail, it is easy to see if the tag was picked up. I use web based email, like Hotmail (now called Outlook, not to be confused with the older program Outlook/Outlook Express), Gmail and Yahoo mail.ordering goods and making sales not to mention pissed-off family members. I just looked into MSGTAG and unfortunately, it doesn't work with them. People are now aware that they are being held accountable for knowing (or doing) whatever was in the email. I liked it when we could receive "your email has been read" receipts.Only seeing profiles of people of the same sex is free, which means that if a guy is interested in women, he'll have to get out his wallet. AZAR - Random Video Chat is an interesting alternative to the same old flirting apps, such as Badoo or Meetic, since it suggests using a video conference instead of looking at photos and reading a little bit about the other person.In 'Nearby' mode, instead of sending messages using a mobile or data signal, the feature lets users send messages to people in close proximity that are in Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct range - up to around 30 feet (9 metres).
In other words, it's a sort of hybrid between Badoo and Chatroulette.
The Fire Chat app, pictured left, was developed by Open Garden.
In the app there are 'chatrooms' including Everyone and Nearby.
Question: Growing number of e-mails sent, but not being received. Over the past 12 months or so I have slowly come to realize that e-mails are not always getting to their destination. It tags all your sent e-mails and you will be notified when e-mail is picked up.
This not just me but there is a growing number of acquaintances that have noticed the same thing when communication with others that have nothing to do with me both within the USA or Canada and cross the border. It is not 100% successful, but on my computer succeeds at least 95% of the time.