In Depth Review And Video Of Signal Hive

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Review of Signal Hive’s binary options signals marketplace

Hi, LotzofBotz again!

Today we review the best and most complete service available in the “Binary Options” space for you. “Signal HIVE” is 100% focused on providing signals to their members. They have 2 main trader groups which are the “Robots” and then the “Humans” For $49.99 a month you get the Robots which as well your first month is generally free to test them out as they only charge through paypal .01 cents I found out again displaying confidence in their service offering. From there you can subscribe to the individual human streams which range in price from $4.99 to $39.99 each all very reasonably priced imo for what they offer. For a real technical trader this is like Disney World to a kid. It is the most complete compelling service with a vision for growth and a team of people that can pull off the grand ideas they present in future plans for the HIVE. Click here to visit Signal Hive.

The one thing to note is the overwhelming technical perspective is tied to their “Blue Skies Binary” educational service which I would recommend you signup for first as by doing this you can actually understand the reasoning/setups they take in “Signal HIVE” You get also access to “Signal Hive” by default when you first signup to BSB University which is their educational service. I know I would have done a great deal better if I had first done this first instead of just following the signals on the blind myself. Again this is the BEST service available I can’t stress that enough with a very loyal group of members and nothing but positive comments I heard from them over and over again because of the success they taught and demonstrated in this truly fantastic service! When you see members bending over backwards to applaud the service they are using this says volumes to me. Watch the full video below as imo it only scratches the surface of what is there but then again I would need a day long video to cover all they have to offer in this one service alone!

As you see in the video there is so much to explore and so much offered in “Signal Hive” that I find it amazing they do this for such a reasonable price. This is a real traders paradise as you always have access to the “Signal Hive” staff through the chatrooms and if I used nothing else other then the main chatroom which alone was worth the price! Again this unfortunately proves I am such a chat hoe LoL. If you wish to watch the most technically adapt signal service of quality traders and engineers well I just can’t imagine being able to find better then “Blue Skies Binary/Signal HIVE”

The above picture says it all from me. The service is 100% AWESOME! A truly talented group of traders/engineers that are so numbers focused and performance driven that I can’t see anything other then them being the dominate Signal/Educational service for a long time to come. Visit Signal Hive now by clicking here.

Xolo Hive 8X 1000 Review, Unboxing, Benchmarks, Gaming, Camera and Verdict

Xolo Hive 8X 1000 was recently launched with a custom Hive UI which runs on top of android, its like Zen UI of ASUS and TouchWiz UI of samsung. It comes with 1.4 Octa core processor MT6592M chipset and 8 MP rear camera and 16Gb of in built storage and all this at an affordable price point. In this review we will let you whether this phone worth the money you spend on it.

Xolo Hive 8X 1000 Full In Depth Review + Unboxing [Video]

Xolo Hive 8X 1000 Quick Specs

  • Display Size: 5 inch IPS LCD capacitive touch screen with 720 x 1280 HD resolution
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz Octa Core MediaTek MT6592M
  • RAM: 2 Gb
  • Software Version: Android 4.4.2 (Kitkat) OS
  • Camera: 8 MP AF camera.
  • Secondary Camera: 2 MP front-facing camera FF [Fixed Focus]
  • Internal Storage: 16 GB with 12 Gb approx user available
  • External Storage: Expandable up to 32GB
  • Battery: 2000 mAh battery Lithium Ion
  • Connectivity: 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, aGPS, 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • Others: OTG Support – No, Dual SIM – Yes, LED Indicator – Yes
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient Light, Proximity

Box Contents

Inside the box you get the handset, MicroUSB data cable, 1AMP Universal USB Charger, Screen Protector with one preinstalled on the phone, In ear headphones with extra ear buds, warranty card etc.

Build Quality, Design and Form Factor

Build of this Xolo Hive 8X 1000 is quite premium which makes is stand out from the crowd of other phones in its price segment. It has glass being used at the rear and front and both of these glass has protection so you wont see any scratches but fingerprint will be visible, however that can be sorted out with a flip cover which you can buy separately. In terms of design its quite different and feels lot more premium when you hold it in on your hand. The form factor of the phone is good as it gives you a nice grip with matte finish plastic on the edges but glass at the back may make it slippery for some people out there.

Camera Performance

The rear camera is 8MP with auto focus can take very good shots in day light and low light as well, it can also record HD video from the rear camera at 720p and front camera 2 MP fixed focus which can also allow you to do a decent video chat as well and can also take some good self shots.

Camera Samples

Xolo Hive 8X 1000 Camera Video Sample

Display, Memory and Battery Backup

It has IPS LCD display with resolution of 720 x 1280 which gives you good pixel density and great viewing angles as well, sunlight visibility is also good and its readable in outdoors. in built memory of the device is 16 GB out of which around 12 GB is available to the user and it also gives you the option to install apps on SD Card. Battery backup is around one day with moderate usage, it has decently rated battery and Hive User Interface also allows a power saving mode to save the battery power.

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Software, Benchmarks and Gaming

Hive User Interface which runs on top of android is smooth and responsive and does not show any major lag during day to day usage. Hive User Interface also gives you a lot of options to customize the look and feel of the user interface by offering themes, custom icons and user interface options. It can play HD games like Frontline Commando D Day, MC4 and casual games will also run smooth on this phone.

Benchmark Scores

  • Antutu Benchmark: 23327
  • Nenamark2: 60.6
  • Multi Touch: 5 points

Sound, Video and Navigation

In terms of the sound, the loudspeaker is loud but the loudest we have heard, the design of the loud speaker is also good as its placed on the bottom so if you place the device flat on the surface while watching the video it wont get blocked. It can play HD videos at 720p and 1080p, but for some videos you will need third party video player like MX Player to play some 1080p videos. It can be used for GPS navigation with the help of assisted GPS, it may not lock the GPS coordinates in indoors but outdoors there was not issue in GPS signal.

What We Liked

  • User Interface
  • Camera Quality

What We Did Not Liked

  • Slightly Heavy
  • Finger Print Catchy Glass

Conclusion and Price

Xolo Hive 8X 1000 is available in the market for Rs. 13,999 and at this price its quite decent phone with custom UI which runs smoothly and without creating any issue. The camera performance of this phone was also better than what we expected. It feels slightly heavy but on the other hand also feels strong as well and build quality is good as well, the only things we faced was finger prints on the glass but that can easily go away with a flip cover which you can buy separately.

YouTube TV review: The streaming bundle sweet spot

This is best streaming bundle (for those who can get it).

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YouTube TV

Although YouTube TV isn’t quite the value that it used to be, it’s still the best live TV streaming service for most people.

The service combines broad local channel coverage, popular news and sports channels, and a wide range of entertainment channels for $50 per month. That’s $15 per month more than what YouTube TV charged at launch in 2020, but it’s still cheaper than other live TV packages with similar channel mixes. It also includes cloud-based DVR with no ad-skipping restrictions or limits on storage space, and it’s the best attempt yet at combining live, on-demand, and recorded TV into a comprehensible interface.

That doesn’t mean YouTube TV is for everyone. The service no longer offers regional Fox Sports channels in some locations, and the concept of an unlimited DVR can take some getting used to compared to traditional TV bundles. But if you’re looking for the most cost-efficient way to replace the best parts of cable, YouTube TV is tough to beat.

Editor’s note: This review was updated in its entirety—including its review score—after YouTube TV underwent a number of changes, channel additions, and expansions to new markets. If you’re interested in reading our original opinion, we’ve preserved that record here.

YouTube TV: What you get

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YouTube TV is a one-size-fits-all service, with more than 50 channels for $50 per month. The lineup includes the major broadcast networks, ESPN channels, regional sports from Fox and Comcast, all three major cable news networks, and a slew of entertainment channels such as FX, AMC, SyFy, and Disney Junior. Access to YouTube Red originals are included at no extra charge, and you can add Showtime for $11 per month and Fox Soccer Plus for $15 per month. (See the bottom of this review for the full channel list.)

Like other streaming bundles, YouTube TV omits some networks to keep prices down. You won’t get any channels from Scripps Networks (HGTV, Food Network), Discovery Communications (Animal Planet, Science), or Viacom (Comedy Central, MTV), and the package doesn’t include the NFL Network. Google is also a bit less stringent about including local channels than it was at launch, when it offered live feeds from ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox in five markets. Now, some markets only include live local broadcasts from three of those channels—plus the CW in some cases—with on-demand video from the rest.

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YouTube’s insistence on including local broadcasts explains why it’s still unavailable in some markets.

Each subscription entitles you to three simultaneous streams, and supports up to six profiles for anyone with a Google account, allowing family members to save their own favorite shows and DVR recordings (more on that shortly). YouTube TV also works with about 20 TV Everywhere apps, so you can log in and watch shows even on platforms that the service doesn’t support yet.

How YouTube TV DVR works

YouTube TV doesn’t charge extra for DVR, like Sling TV does, nor does it set storage limits like Sling TV, Hulu, and FuboTV do. Instead, recordings expire after nine months, which is more generous than the 28- and 30-day windows afforded by PlayStation Vue and Philo respectively. The service also supports partial recordings, and it lets you watch the recorded portion of a program while it’s still airing live. You can pause any live TV channel and rewind through what you’ve already watched as well.

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While YouTube TV at one point placed restrictions on ad-skipping for certain channels, that’s no longer the case. For any program that YouTube TV records, you can freely fast forward through commercials, with a handy visual preview so you can see what you’re skipping over.

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YouTube TV lets you save as many shows and movies as you want; you’ve got nine months to watch them.

Some hardcore DVR users might gripe about the lack of granular controls—you can’t make one-off recordings or avoid recording reruns—but having unlimited storage means you shouldn’t have to worry about recording management in the first place. YouTube TV frees you to make liberal use of the “+” button that accompanies every program, and you’ll quickly build up a backlog of movies and shows to watch as a result. The only thing that’s really missing is a way to filter out watched recordings so the menu isn’t cluttered with programs you’ve seen already.

Here’s how I know YouTube TV nailed the design for its apps: I can explain them easily.

The main menu splits off into three sections: The Home section provides quick access to recommendations and things you haven’t finished watching, the Library section lists all the on-demand and recorded programs that you’ve marked as favorites, and the Live section is a traditional grid-based TV guide.

YouTube TV uses a small number of menu sections to make navigation easier.

In addition, YouTube TV offers a powerful search feature, letting you look up titles, actors, directors, genres, sports teams, channels, and even specific seasons or episodes. On mobile devices, pressing the search button also brings up lots of ways to peruse the YouTube TV catalog. You can browse by channel, each of which has its own subsections for featured programming. You can select a genre, and YouTube TV will present shows or movies that it thinks you’ll like. You can even dig through a list of every sports league covered by YouTube TV’s channels.

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Strangely, YouTube TV’s Roku, Xbox, and Apple TV apps don’t function in quite the same way. The search button offers none of the rich browsing options that appear in YouTube’s mobile apps. Some are scattered across the home screen, while others you can only find with a voice or text search.

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YouTube TV’s search menu is much richer on mobile devices (above) than on TV devices (below).

On all devices, YouTube TV offers rich program pages, with plot synopses, cast information, and related programming for movies and shows. For sports, you‘ll see team information, league rankings, scores, and roster details. These pages are a little harder to reach on TV devices—you’ll need to swipe or tap up, and then scroll over to the tiny “i” button near the right side of the screen—but they’re still available.

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The only major misstep in YouTube TV’s interface is the inclusion of some regular YouTube videos on the home screen. In theory, the tie-ins should help create continuity between the two services, but the tone and quality of YouTube videos are in such sharp contrast with Hollywood productions that their inclusion just comes off as ham-fisted.

Few performance caveats

In my personal experience—which may not be representative—YouTube TV has been mostly reliable. Channels typically loaded in a couple seconds, and fast forwarding or rewinding through videos seldom required any buffering or major drops in quality. I do appreciate that YouTube TV offers a “stats for nerds” menu, where you can monitor resolution, framerate, and video latency in real time.

While YouTube TV supports up to 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second, and up to 720p at 60 frames per second, some channels still aren’t providing the higher frame rates: 60fps is currently limited to ESPN channels, Fox and Fox Sports channels, and the Big Ten Network So if you’re watching sports, news, or talk shows on CBS or NBC channels, motion won’t look quite as smooth. DirecTV Now and PlayStation Vue are still ahead of other streaming bundles in this regard.

So far, every streaming bundle I’ve tested has at least one significant weakness. Sling TV lacks two of the four major broadcast networks in most markets, DirecTV Now lacks DVR, PlayStation Vue is a bit on the pricey side, FuboTV’s apps are unpolished, and Hulu with Live TV is a little too clever for its own good.

YouTube TV’s biggest weakness is simply that some people still can’t get it. For everyone else, it’s the new sweet spot of streaming bundles.

Here’s the full YouTube TV channel list as of March 25, 2020:

  • ABC
  • ACC Network
  • AMC
  • Animal Planet
  • BBC America
  • BBC World News
  • Big Ten Network
  • Bravo
  • Cartoon Network / Adult Swim
  • CBS
  • CBS Sports Network
  • Cheddar
  • CNBC
  • CNN
  • Comet TV
  • Cozi
  • CW
  • Discovery
  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Junior
  • Disney XD
  • E!
  • ESPN
  • ESPN-SEC Network
  • ESPN2
  • Food Network
  • Fox
  • Fox Business
  • Fox News
  • Fox Sports regionals (varies by location)
  • Freeform
  • FS1
  • FS2
  • FX
  • FXM
  • FXX
  • Golf Channel
  • HGTV
  • HLN
  • IFC
  • Investigation Discovery
  • Local Now
  • MLB Network
  • MotorTrend
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • National Geographic
  • NBA TV
  • NBC
  • NBC Sports Regionals
  • NECN
  • NESN Regional
  • Newsy
  • Olympic Channel
  • Oxygen Network
  • POP
  • Smithsonian Channel
  • SNY
  • Sundance TV
  • Syfy
  • TBS
  • Telemundo
  • Tennis Channel
  • TLC
  • TNT
  • Travel Channel
  • TruTV
  • Turner Classic Movies
  • Universal Kids
  • USA Network
  • We TV
  • Acorn ($6 per month)
  • AMC Premiere ($5 per month)
  • CuriosityStream ($3 per month)
  • Fox Soccer Plus ($15 per month)
  • NBA League Pass ($40 per month)
  • Showtime ($7 per month)
  • Shudder ($6 per month)
  • Sundance Now ($7 per month)
  • Starz and Encore ($9 per month)
  • UMC ($5 per month)

Because online services are often iterative, gaining new features and performance improvements over time, this review is subject to change in order to accurately reflect the current state of the service. Any changes to text or our final review verdict will be noted at the top of this article.

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