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Thursday, 24 November 2016

AlexaMaster literally pays you just to leave a window open.

If you're looking for ways to earn money or improve your website SEO ranking you've probably heard of Autosufing. Autosurfing is pretty much what the name suggests. Automatically surfing websites with an application or just a browser tab. Usually autosurfing only comes in the form of traffic exchange - "you view my website, I view yours."

But with AlexaMaster, instead of giving you views to your website, actually pays you to your PayPal account. This means you can earn money for doing absolutely nothing. Just open the tab whenever you're computer is online and earn extra cash!

AlexaMaster pays you in virtual points. For example, if you view a website for 1 minute you might earn about 10 or 20 points. 300 points = $0.01, so $1 to your PayPal account would be 30,000 points. Now here comes the fun part: We're going to work out how much you would earn every day!

You're earning 15 points a minute for leaving the autosurf open. It would take you about 20 minutes to earn $0.01. That means every hour you earn $0.05 for doing absolutely nothing. Let's say your computer is on for about 12 hours each day, even if you're not there using it. That's $0.60 a day for doing nothing.

Even better, you leave your computer on all the time, 24 hours a day, as long as you keep the AlexaMaster autosurf tab open you'd be earning about $1.20 a day, and remember, you're earning money without doing anything yourself.

So now you're earning about $8.40/week (that's over $35 a month) for doing absolutely nothing. Plus, AlexaMaster doesn't only have Autosurf. You can earn up to 297 points each (that's $0.01) for liking Facebook pages or watching YouTube videos! So if you like 100 Facebook pages you've almost got $1 instantly anyway!

Still not sure about the Autosurf? You can try it out with this link here, and if you're ready to sign up to AlexaMaster you can do so here.

What is iEarn and how do you use it?

Believe it or not, earning money online isn't that hard. There are many websites that pay you real cash just for doing simple tasks such as watching videos, taking surveys, viewing websites and even listening to popular music!

One of our apps, iEarn, allows you to do just that. Complete simple tasks and get rewarded via your favourite sites. For example, say you complete an offer on the iEarn Offer wall, depending on the offer value you'll get paid via any compatible website you choose.

iEarn currently supports PaidToClick/PayToClick (get paid in cash to redeem to your PayPal account) and Otohits (get free website views to improve your SEO ranking or promote PTP sites) but we hope to expand this list in the future.

How to earn on PaidToClick/PayToClick
You'll need an account with one or both of the sites above (The name is different but the owner and theme is the same, only small changes) - click the site names to sign up if you haven't already.

Once you've signed up, click on "Earnings Area" at the top and select the Paid To Signup Offers. Find the iEarn offer (Use Ctrl+F or Command+F on a Mac to search for Iearn if you can't find it)

Click Complete Offer and select any of the offers from the list. Then follow the instructions for the offer and you can get paid within 24 hours!

How to earn on Otohits
Note: You can only earn on Otohits if you've been referred by iEarn, otherwise we can't transfer points to your account - this means you must be a new user and use the link above.

Once you have an account, go to and select an offer just like you would with PaidToClick/PayToClick. Complete the required steps and enter the details of the offer in the fields at the bottom of the page.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

AirShou has shut down! Let's save your recordings.

For those of you who use iNoJailbroken you are probably aware of AirShou. For those of you who aren't, AirShou is a screen recording application for iOS Devices - it's not available on the app store so you have to use a third party store (like iNoJailbroken) to get it.

On 8 November 2016 the creators of AirShou posted this tweet saying they were considering stopping the development of the app:

Then they posted an update announcing AirShou could no longer record your screen - it could only livestream to

Finally they posted another tweet to announce AirShou was completely unavailable:

So not only is it impossible to install AirShou unless you have a computer and a lot of time, the app can't record your screen anymore.

Here's the problem: When the certificate got revoked, many people lost their recordings. So here is how you can get them back!

First, make sure you don't delete the AirShou app! Even if it doesn't open, we still need it since that's where your videos are! You'll also need to make sure you have a working PC or Mac with iTunes installed. If you don't have a computer you can't save your videos.

All good? Then follow the steps below:

- Plug your iPhone/iPod/iPad into your computer with a regular lightning cable. If you're asked, make sure to trust the computer on your device

- Open iTunes on your computer and go to your device's list of apps.

- Scroll down to "File Sharing" and find AirShou in the list. Select it and all your recordings will be displayed on the right hand side. Then you can drag them onto your desktop!

If you managed to save your recordings please share this article with your friends who also had AirShou!

Monday, 21 November 2016

iNoJailbroken is back! Here's how to get it.

As some of you may know, we have recently been having issues with the servers.
Good news - it's been fixed!

Here's how to download the new version of iNoJailbroken.

Note: If you still have the old version of iNoJailbroken just remove it from your homescreen to avoid confusion - it's not needed to install the new version.

- On your iPod, iPad or iPhone, head over to If you're redirected just go back.
- In the page menu select Install, wait 5 seconds and tap Skip This Ad at the top of the page.
- Tap the blue Install button on the page, and then tap Install again in Settings.
- Enter your passcode if you have one and tap Install two more times.
- Tap Done and go find the new iNoJailbroken on your homescreen!

Sunday, 20 November 2016

How to access your emails from your mobile device

How to access Tweakly MailSource emails from your mobile device

Don't have MailSource yet? Read our blog here

Step 1: Download Zoho Mail from your device's app store (iTunes/Playstore)
Step 2: Open the app and click the blue Sign in button
Step 3: Enter your Tweakly MailSource email and password
And now you can access your Tweakly MailSource emails from your mobile device! If asked, enable notifications to receive alerts every time you receive a new email.

How to create your own email!

 How to use

Tweakly Mail allows you to create your own email address for free. Here's a step-by-step guide of how you do it!

- Go to the following URL:

Make sure the URL is spelled correctly.

- Enter a name. This is what will appear when other people receive an email from you.
- Enter a username. This is your email address username.
- Enter a password. It won't be hidden just yet, that's fine.
- If you want to, upload a profile photo. Make sure it's square otherwise it'll be cropped.
- Enter another email address if you would like to be notified once your account is ready.
- Complete the captcha and click Sign Up!

Your account can take up to 24 hours to be created. If you entered another email you'll be notified once it's ready.

Want to read emails and receive notifications on your mobile device? Read how here!

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