Cellphone thefts are on the rise. According to stats from the FCC, nearly one in three robberies nationwide
involves a mobile phone. And in NYC, thieves love iPhones.
According to the NYPD, nearly a fifth of all
thefts in NYC in 2013 involved Apple devices, such as iPhones and iPads. More than 8,000 Apple devices were stolen
in the Big Apple last year, 13 percent more than in 2012.
Since almost everyone already has their own smartphones, most people now
prefer to make video calls or video chats since they are more
convenient to use and they give you the chance to talk to someone else
face-to-face. But not all smartphones have built-in video software that works well across all platforms. Find which video chat apps can be used on all mobile devices.