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How Could we Use Google Service on Samsung S8+ in China?

China has banned almost all Google services several years ago, normally, you cannot use gmail in China. Mail clients on your phone and computer both sometimes work with Gmail regardless. Push notifications have always come through, even if I can’t open the full email afterwards. The best way to circumvent the censorship is to use […]

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Published on December 15, 2017

What is the Best Way to Access WhatsApp on iPhone in China?

Why Whatsapp is blocked in China? It was working before July 2017 but as of July 2017 Chinese government initially blocked photos, videos and voice sharing on WhatsApp and from September 26, 2017 China completely Bans Whatsapp. Ever since its fight with Google, China has been incredibly smart at how it blocks websites or apps, […]

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Published on December 12, 2017

How to Open Instagram on iPad in China?

If you are living or moving to China for business or personal reasons, you may prefer to keep using websites and services as you did in the past. You would like to use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Gmail to keep in touch with your family, friends and your company via your iPhone. However, those websites […]

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Published on December 10, 2017

How to Open YouTube in China on Samsung S8+?

The Chinese government has banned a number of well-known social media platforms, that are elsewhere ruling with their connectivity capability. A number of applications and entertainment sites have been blocked as well so that the country does not have to compromise with the security. Among blocked sites are such popular sites as Google services (including […]

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Published on December 3, 2017

How Do I Use Kakaotalk on iPhone 7 Plus in China?

South Korea’s Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning said China had confirmed it had blocked “some foreign messaging applications through which terrorism-related information” was circulating, and Chinese authorities say they have blocked messaging apps KakaoTalk and Line as part of efforts to fight terrorism. If you are living in China or you will find […]

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Published on November 28, 2017

How Can I Use Vimeo in China on Samsung Tab?

Vimeo was the first video sharing site to support high-definition video. What to do if you can’t access Vimeo in China? As we know, the Chinese censorship authorities will block any site which they deem to contain material detrimental (even tangentially) to the Chinese Communist Party. The way they do this is by blocking at […]

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Published on November 18, 2017

How Can I Access Gmail on Samsung S6 in China?

Gmail is the most useful email service available all over the world. Gmail has way over 900 million users using the service every day to keep up with work and relatives and friends. The Gmail mobile application had a record of 90.7 million users accessing Gmail at the same time from different countries in 2014. […]

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Published on November 14, 2017

How Can You Use Telegram in China on Samsung S8+?

Why Telegram is blocked in China? China is well known to censor and block foreign-based social networking websites and video streaming websites. It promotes the use of in-house applications and services. The Telegram application was blocked by the Chinese Government in the year 2015 as Telegram was accused of aiding human right activists and lawyers. […]

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Published on November 6, 2017

How Can You Watch Netflix in China on iPhone 6s?

Do you know why you can’t watch Netflix in China? Netflix is the most famous and popular streaming video site around the world. Many people like to use Netflix and subscribe there to watch what they are interested to. However, it is not convenient for many people living in China or visiting to China because […]

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Published on October 30, 2017

How to Use Twitter in China on Samsung S7?

Twitter, one of the most renowned social media platforms, a microblog, has been blocked in 2009 in China. But this really has not hindered the users from accessing the service. Twitter, since the very start, had been looking to the growth of the global user base. But since the time Twitter has been blocked in […]

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Published on October 27, 2017
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