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  • New Teddy Afro’s single videoing in Debremarkos

    A video clip for “Seblewengel”, one of the songs on Teddy Afro’s new album, is videoing in Debremarkos Gojjam. Teddy Afro will not however be a video shot on the clip, according to reports.

    Seblewengel song has written based on Haddis Alemayehu’s character of “Fikir Eskemekabir” or “Love Until Death” long novel, according to one of the music composers.

    Meanwhile, according to media reports, the upcoming album also consists melodies about Ertale (volcano area in the Afar region) and Baro River of Gambella. Teddy Afro’s “Ethiopia” album debut will have 12 songs.

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  • The 15 Most Dangerous Roads in the World

    There is nothing more relaxing than a slow ride through the countryside. These roads are nice due to the absence of fast cars. Apart from the calm countryside roads, there are the dangerous roads that turn your knuckles white.

     

    It’s hard to compare driving on dangerous roads to anything else. Some of them are hand-built, others are completely hidden by water or rocks.

    Fasten your seat belts, because the Bright Side put together a compilation of 15 craziest roads that are worth exploring.

    Zoji La, India

    Ladakh and Kashmir are connected by this 9-km-long road. On top of everything, this road is extremely narrow, although it has to fit in both drivers and livestock.

    Transfăgărășan, Romania

    This road is located in the Carpathian Mountains and pierces the Făgăraș massif. It reaches a 2034-meter height and is the tallest road in Romania. Transfăgărășan is known for its gorgeous sights and its danger.

    Dalton Highway, Alaska

    Dalton Highway is the most isolated highway in the world. It is 666 km long, and only connects 3 small villages. This road is considered the snowiest highway in the world.

    Khardung La, India

    According to officials, this road is 5602 meters tall (practically taller than Mount Elbrus). Guinness World Records and National Geographic recognized Khardung La as the tallest pass road in the world.

    Yungas Road, Bolivia

    This highway is one of the most dangerous roads in the world. It takes 200 — 300 lives a year. Steep mountains are on one side, and a cliff on the other (about 600 meters tall). It is scary to think about driving on this road!

    Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway

    Atlantic Ocean Road connects small, coastal villages. By the way, this road is really meant for tourists, because the sights there are breathtaking.

    Guoliang Tunnel, China

    Guoliang Tunnel was built by the locals. A road cut out of the mountain was the only way of communication between the village and the outside world. Later, the government built a 1200-meter tunnel to help the locals with transportation.

    Le Passage du Gois, France

    Weirdly enough, this road is only open for a few hours every day. The road is hidden underwater for the rest of the day. Before entering the 4.5 km highway, read the schedule of tides. Otherwise, your car will simply sink.

    Tianmen Mountain road, China

    This road is 10 km long. It has 99 steep turns, and the difference in height between its beginning and its end is about 1,000 meters. Drivers here definitely need nerves of steel.

    Hana, Hawaii

    This 112 km road connects Kahului and Hana, on the Hawaiian island Maui. The narrow sinuous road connects 59 bridges, 46 of which only have one lane. The road is often closed due to the landslides.

    ’Kolima’, Russia

    The official title of the road that connects Yakutsk and Magadan is ’Kolima’; however, people always call it ’the death road’. The first 90 km were built by 1932 by prisoners. The construction was complete by 1953.

    Col de la Bonette, France

    This dangerous mountain pass is located on a 2000-meter height in the French Alps, right by the Italian border. This road has steep and unexpected turns.

    Gotthard Pass, Switzerland

    This is one of the tallest mountain passes in the Alps. A 64-km-long road goes from side to side and surprises passengers with its scenic views.

    ’Caucasus’ road, Russia

    This narrow road connects Sochi and the Ritsa lake through the mountains. It is scary and impressive at the same time. It’s worth seeing at least once.

    Eshima Ohashi bridge, Japan

    Although it is just a bridge, it is as dangerous as the roads we mentioned above. The bridge connects Sakaiminato and Matsue. It is about 1.7 km long, and 11.3 meters wide. From the far, the bridge seems impossible to climb. This height allows large ships to pass underneath.

    A bridge in Island County, Washington

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  • 10 Simple Ways To Reduce Data Usage On Your Android Device

    10 Simple Ways To Reduce Data Usage On Your Android Device
    10 Simple Ways To Reduce Data Usage On Your Android Device
     

    Nowadays network carriers are so intelligent that they have realized what we honestly want, which is ‘Data’ because Smartphones now demands the internet to function well so they made it expensive. However, we have stated ten tips that will help you to decrease your Data usage. So go through the post to know about it.

     

    Today almost every smartphone user uses the internet for browsing, downloading and uploading that consumes lots of data. Android consumes much more data compared to the normal mobile because of the apps installed on an Android device that always consumes data and we all know how expensive our Internet data packs are. So for this, we have some useful tips that will help you minimize your Android data usage. This method is going to save your money which is being charged for extra data usage.

    Easily Minimize Your Android Data Usage

    In this post, we will discuss some suggestions that will help you to reduce your internet data usage in your Android by which you can save your data. So proceed with the tips below.

     

    1. Use Opera Max

    Use Opera Max

    Use Opera Max

    Opera Max encrypts data for all apps on your device when you are connected to a mobile data network, all the server request gets through the Opera server which reduces data usage and allowance for any untrusted application on your Android device. So must download and install this app on your Android to save your data and battery.

    2. Chrome’s Data Saver Feature

    Chrome's Data Saver Feature

    Chrome’s Data Saver Feature

    In Google Chrome Android browser, there is the inbuilt feature to minimize the data consumption while browsing which you can activate through below steps.

    • First, tap on the menu button, and then Settings.
    • Navigate to Advanced -> Data Saver and enable it.

    3. Use Opera Mini

    Use Opera Mini

    Use Opera Mini

    Opera mini is the best option to minimize data consumption on your Android device as it is only the app that uses only required packets of data to browse a page. So must use it in your Android and save your data.

    4. Set Data Limit

    Set Data Limit

    Set Data Limit

    Your Android smartphone lets you set a specific limit for using data. You can go to Settings> Wireless & Networks> Data Usage and then turn on ‘Set Mobile Data Limit’. Set the limit according to your Data usage, you will get a complete idea of your average internet usage. You can reset the limit every months.

    5. Restrict Background Data Usage

    Restrict Background Data Usage

    Restrict Background Data Usage

    If you restrict background data usage in your Android, then all the apps that consume data in the background will not be able to devastate anymore. Moreover, this will save your battery and internet data in your Android. Just follow some steps below.

    1. First of all open Settings > Mobile Networks > Data Usage.
    2. Now there click on right top three dotted buttons and click restrict background usage.

    6. Skip Streaming Content

    Skip Streaming Content

    Skip Streaming Content

    We love to stream videos on Youtube, but those high-quality videos can really cost you much. So if you are looking for data saving options in Android, then avoiding streaming content would be a handy choice. However, we all know that smartphone without videos are worthless so another option is to decrease the resolution of Videos while streaming.

    7. Utilize The Offline Mode

    Utilize The Offline Mode

    Utilize The Offline Mode

    YouTube which is the largest video site now offers Offline video, Well, we spend lots of our precious data on Streaming services like YouTube, Spotify, Vine etc. Most of them now offer offline video mode. So, make sure to utilize the feature and save the video for offline view.

    8. Update Apps Only Via WiFi

    Update Apps Only Via WiFi

    Update Apps Only Via WiFi

    We download lots of apps from Google play store, and as soon as we connect with the internet, Play store automatically updates all the apps which consumes lots of your valuable data. However, you can stop the auto-update of the apps from Google Play store

    • Open Settings from Google Play Store
    • Select Auto-update apps and then click on “Auto-update apps over WiFi only

    9. Use Opera Video Compression

    Use Opera Video Compression

    Use Opera Video Compression

    Watch more videos on your mobile device, while using fewer data. Turn on video compression in the data-savings settings to prevent videos from stalling. This feature is rare so you must use this feature if you really want to save some extra data.

    10. Blocking Ads Using AppBrain

    Blocking Ads Using AppBrain

    Blocking Ads Using AppBrain

    AppBrain Ad Detector  detects all annoyances of apps installed on your phones, such as Push Notifications, Desktop icon spam ads, and apps with privacy concerns. It identifies the adware and spyware and allows you to then remove it.

    So above is all about How to Minimize Your Android Data Usage. With these tips above you can easily minimize your data usage and can let you save your extra charges on much data usage. Hope you like our work, don’t forget to share it with others too. Leave a comment below if you know the more useful alternative way for this.

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