Back that thing up: Lifetime of iDrive unlimited encrypted mobile backup only $19.99 (Deal of the Day)

Imagine the horror of a bricked or water-damaged phone and the sudden realization that all of your valuable photos, contacts, and sensitive information are drifting away in the digital wind. We think that years worth of collected data is invaluable. Luckily for you, iDrive does, too.

Our Deal of the Day aims to put your fears at ease with a lifetime of mobile cloud backup through iDrive. Priced at only $ 19.99, you can backup data from up to five devices. Mix and match your phones, tablets, desktops, etc.; it doesn’t matter where it comes from. Be it media like pictures, video, important documents, or even social media files, iDrive will host it for you.

Features

  • 256-bit AES encryption with an optional user defined key
  • Back up your iOS device and restore it to your Android and vice versa
  • Access backed up files from any mobile device, or through the web
  • Share your files with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and email
  • IDrive features Facebook & Instagram backup

Where to Buy

Normally you’ll spend about $ 50 for a lifetime account like this, but we like you. AndroidGuys readers can order a license for only $ 19.99 through our Deals store. Hurry, though, it won’t last long!

Save even more!

In addition to the savings above, when you buy through AndroidGuys Deals, for every $ 25 spent, you get $ 1 credit added to your account. What’s more, should you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $ 10 credit in your account.

If this is your first time buying, then you are also eligible for a further 10% discount when you subscribe for email updates.

How about a freebie?

Not looking to spend any money today? That’s alright, we understand. Why not visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and take something anyhow? Go ahead, grab two!

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Wikipedia UWP is now Wikifest UWP

From the current app description in the Store:

Wikifest for Wikipedia – Enjoy A Unique Feature Rich Wikipedia Experience Exclusively Designed For All Windows 10 Devices. Wikipedia UWP is the only wikipedia app on store which enables users to edit and save Wikipedia articles online, download articles as PDF for offline use etc.

This app is free and Without Ads. However you can Donate us to Keep this Project Alive and ‘FREE’ for All.

I’ve done some digging in Settings and the changelog since July is:

  • New UI for Start page and Settings page
  • App is now even more adaptive to all Windows 10 devices
  • Improved stability
  • Navigation made simpler
  • Bug fix for UI rotation issue
  • Other bug fixes and performance improvements

Wikifest for Wikipedia UWP (phew!) does look quite different – and it’s faster and sleeker, certainly on my test Redstone 2 Lumia 950 XL. And who cares what it’s called, after all?

Here’s the app in action:

Screenshot, Wikifest for WikipediaScreenshot, Wikifest for Wikipedia

The interface is more demonstrably ‘Windows 10’ now (though not perfect – the hamburger menu only appears when ‘home’ – you can’t swipe or click it in from anywhere else in the UI!), with the dark theme impressing in particular.

Screenshot, Wikifest for WikipediaScreenshot, Wikifest for Wikipedia

Expanding the ‘…’ menu when reading a Wikipedia article; (right) from ‘Home’, this is what’s on the hamburger menu – the next step for the developer is for this to be accessible from anywhere!

Screenshot, Wikifest for Wikipedia

A full UWP, there’s clearly some way to go – the left hand margin is still displayed as portrait when the main pane is in landscape, plus the ‘…’ menu is awkward and you have to know to swipe through initially unseen options. Ho hum…. roll on the next version – and a new name?!

You can download this free application here in the Store. And you can donate to help development from within the app, on the ‘About’ page.

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