Passcode lock feature on iOS, which is found in Settings.app, is definitely one of the most used preferences for the security conscious, but in certain situations it can become cumbersome and a bit of a bore to activate or deactivate. TapTapPass for iPhone essentially allows users to assign a different action to toggle the passcode feature on and off from anywhere on the OS.
All eyes have been firmly fixed on the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona over the last few days as consumers watch eagerly to see what technology-related goodness is set to hit the shelves in the coming weeks and months. So far we have seen Symbian smartphones with whopping 41-megapixel cameras, a tablet device which comes equipped with a stylus, and a Samsung Beam smartphone which has the ability to project images, videos and presentations onto any surface. Exciting stuff.