Revolut users can now apply for credit in just a few minutes

Just a few weeks after N26 started offering credit in Germany, fintech startup Revolut is also launching a brand new credit feature for U.K. users. Behind the scenes, Revolut is working with Lending Works to provide those credit lines.

Lending Works is a peer-to-peer lending company that matches individual lenders with borrowers. So Revolut chose not to work with a traditional bank for this feature.

As always, you only need to open Revolut’s mobile app to apply for credit. You can select how much money you want and the number of months you need to pay it back. You’ll also need to enter your monthly income and residential status. After that, you get a quote and you can accept or decline.

Revolut says you’ll end up paying £52 to borrow £1,000 over a year — that’s a 9.9 percent representative APR. This should be cheaper than using your credit card or a traditional loan. Of course, this will vary greatly if you try to borrow more money over a longer period.

You can get a credit line for £500 to £5,000 with a repayment period between 12 and 60 months. You also can repay the loan early.

 And this is just step one as Revolut plans to partner with more third-party companies in the future. You can expect travel insurance, an investment product and savings accounts in multiple currencies.

While Lending Works is an easy way to get started, Revolut also plans to allow lending and borrowing between Revolut users in multiple countries. If Revolut can assess the risks correctly, this could end up generating a steady revenue stream for the startup.

Revolut now has 530,000 users across Europe. After signing up, you receive a MasterCard that lets you spend money anywhere around the world without any fee. You can top up your Revolut account in USD, GBP and EUR using a credit card or bank transfer.

Revolut tries to match the interbank rate as much as possible when you convert money between these three currencies and transfer money out of your Revolut account in 23 currencies. Slowly but surely, Revolut is building an alternative to your good old bank account.

Spotify and Waze partner to play music and navigate seamlessly

Driving in a car and listening to music go hand in hand, and now a new partnership between music streaming app Spotify and navigation app Waze hopes to make that experience more seamless in the connected age. The two have teamed up so that users of the Waze app can listen to Spotify playlists from within the app, and Spotify users can continue to get their Waze navigation instructions while in the music app.

The partnership — which will also let you switch between the apps and browse your playlists in Waze, but only when your car is at a complete stop — is rolling out first to Android users globally, the companies tell us. No comment on when it will be turned on for iOS.

The move is an interesting one for a few reasons, starting with usability.

If you’ve ever launched Spotify while also launching a mapping app through your phone in a car, you will know that it doesn’t always work as seamlessly as you’d want.

Occasionally your music drops when the mapping app tells you where to turn. Sometimes, on my iPhone, I’ve seen it default to Apple’s Music player instead. (Google “Waze and Spotify” and you can see some of the problems that people have had.) Creating a more seamless integration will help troubleshoot problems like this.

It will also create a better experience on the screen: Users who are in the Spotify app will now get a short version of the next navigation instruction, while Waze users will get a short description of what they’re listening to, with the option to skip or change the music without needing to open the Spotify app.

For Waze, it’s notable that it selected Spotify first for this kind of integration.

Waze was acquired by Google in 2013 for $1.1 billion, and while Google has its own music service, Spotify is the world’s leader when it comes to the number of users for a music streaming app globally — 50 million paying, over 100 million overall — so this gives it a much stronger strike rate for the integration getting used.

Waze tells us that Spotify is the first and only partner for this kind of app-level integration for now. It will be interesting to see whether Waze intends to add more integrations of music or other services down the line.

More music services, to cover those who use Pandora, or Apple Music, or Tidal, for example… or even Google Play… would be an obvious start, but once you begin to think of other location-based apps or anything else you might do in a vehicle, such as search for a place to eat on Foursquare or Yelp, and you can imagine how these integrations could get very interesting.

In the meantime, Waze continues to expand its ubiquity in other ways.

Last year it launched a new Transport API program that works with with companies like Lyft to feed users of third-party apps notifications of the best turns to take as determined by Waze’s crowdsourced data and algorithms, while in other navigation and transportation-related apps. Waze has also been slowly building out a new carpooling service to add a completely different layer of service to its platform.

For Spotify, working with Waze is the latest move from the company to also increase its usage and usefulness beyond direct engagement with the Spotify app itself. In-car must be one of the most popular use cases for Spotify playlists, where you don’t have to think about and select what you want to hear because you, in theory, should be concentrating on the road. So plugging the gap to be able to access and use Spotify while navigating is a natural (and maybe overdue?) move.

To access the service on your Android phone, you need to have both apps installed, and then you go into the settings for either to turn on the integration.

Drivemode raises $6.5M from Panasonic and others for smartphone car tech

If you’re an Android device owner and also a driver, you may already be familiar with Drivemode: Available on Google Play, it’s one of the most popular apps for use in cars, with more than one million downloads and active users spread across 180 countries. The app is designed to reduce distractions for drivers via an eyes-free interface designed to access smartphone functions like navigation, messaging, calls and more, entirely via voice.

Drivemode just raised $6.5 million in a new Series A round, led by Panasonic, which, among its many talents, is also one of the largest automotive industry suppliers in the world. Panasonic is a strategic investor, and others included in the round include insurance provider Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance via its VC arm, as well as Innovative Venture Fund Investment and Miyako Capital. The nature and source of the funding suggests Drivemode has ambitions well beyond its existing consumer app. Founder and CEO Yo Koga confirms the company is focused on building out additional features for the app through its new partnership with Panasonic, but that it also has other ambitions in the works.

“Obviously, Panasonic wants to utilize our popularity as a driving app when working with automakers,” Koga explained. “So what we’re working on now is integrating their infotainment systems with our consumer app so that we can work with hardware products like display audio or basic audio, consumers have a lot more to users via the consumer app. At the same time, a lot of automakers are also interested in white label stuff as well, so that we’re working on separately, as well.”

Companies seem eager to partner with Drivemode; Koga says there’s a big backlog of deal pipeline it could pursue, but with a team of only eight people much of that has been on hold. What, then, is stopping other companies from stepping up and filling the demand either internally or via alternate partners? Google’s own Android Auto app on the Play Store enjoys worse reviews than Drivemode, for starters, which is a good indicator that Koga’s right when he points out how hard it is to make an app that does what Drivemode can do, and do it well.

“Drivemode is an extremely technical app,” he said. “A lot of automotive companies try to replicate what we’re doing, and a lot of hardware companies try to do this, too. Hardware companies, for example, can have fantastic hardware, but figuring out the hardware experience is the toughest part. Even simply answering incoming Facebook messages by voice is super technical, and not many can do it, at least with the right interface.”

 Drivemode has been working on the problem with actual user feedback since the app first launched in beta in 2014, and continues to iterate on its voice-based interaction model. It’s also in regular contact with the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA), and Koga says they see eye-to-eye with the federal body on where in-car use of devices and services are headed in terms of maximizing safety.

Meanwhile, he argues their value to potential automaker and supply-side partners will only grow, given the direction in which the industry is headed.

“What’s going on in the automotive industry is that software will be key from now on,” Koga explained. “The problem with that is that automakers and suppliers don’t have direct access to the users, which is why they’re trying to come up with new standards like SDL [SmartDeviceLink] and others to figure out ways to connect with users. Getting data, and then liberating the data, in the automotive industry will be the key concern for [automakers].”

Drivemode’s free, in-app purchase supported model means it already has one of the largest install bases of any third-party software for use on smartphones in cars, which is bound to interest carmakers. Its range of features mean it can also reveal a lot about user habits, providing much more insight about customer behavior than carmakers, other than tech-centric players like Tesla, can generally expect to receive.

Lessons learned from the Russian hacking scandal and our ‘cyber’ election

Information security — or what is commonly referred to as “cyber” — has dominated the narrative in this week’s hearings on Capitol Hill about the Russian interference in the 2016 elections. Despite the political noise, a fact-based public debate on how to deal with strategic and targeted attacks is what’s needed now to develop better defenses for all — businesses or government organizations.

There is a universal agreement that a highly motivated and unapologetic entity has conducted an advanced and persistent campaign to disrupt, undermine and gain power over its strategic adversary. The questions become: What have we learned from the 2016 campaign and how are we going to adapt to prevent similar cyber campaigns in the future?

Convenience versus security

The alleged attempt by Russia to influence the outcome of the U.S. elections is today’s news. Yet this has not been and will not be the last time such operations have been conducted by nation-states, including our own.

From the Titan Rain in the early 2000s, to Operation Aurora/Hydraq in 2009-2011, Red October, Eurograbber and the infamous Sony intrusion, to name just a few, we see that well-funded global technology providers may still bend under the pressure of the advanced and persistent intrusion run by highly skilled cyber teams. In every circumstance, the pattern is: break in, harvest information and use it to gain influence.

If recent history is any lesson, the 2016 election has shown that complexity is often the primary source of weakness. Take the 2016 election campaign; years’ worth of private, high-value conversations were extracted from an unauthorized communication system and later strategically exposed to the public for a larger political effect. It is unlikely that any decisions to retain high-target sensitive information were made because sanctioned technologies were too simple and convenient.

Why do we still hope to teach end users to use complex products in the name of security? Do we, for example, rely on employees to never take a picture of a whiteboard or to ensure their phone settings are such that the picture is not stored in the cloud? Do we train our teams to make sure all IP is permanently deleted when it is no longer useful? Do we provide corporate phones that won’t talk to the internet and expect people not to use their personal devices? Or do we realize that they will default to the convenience of their own machines and provide them an easy-to-use application that auto-deletes proprietary information?

Offering our public officials and business leaders a simple system built to encourage collaboration while proactively deleting sensitive data could very well have made a significant difference in the many intrusion incidents we witnessed in 2016. We all need to come to grips with the fact that imposing complexity on end users will only further enable advanced and persistent adversaries.

Combating persistent adversaries

Many of us who worked in security during the Aurora incident response remember that it was an event that made the term “APT,” or advanced persistent threat, ubiquitous. Perhaps the most disappointing byproduct of Aurora was the sales frenzy it triggered in the infosec industry. Armies of “sportcoats” were unleashed to sell products that protected your everything from APTs. The current discussion of the “Russian Threat” has created a similar irrational demand for security silver bullets.

There is nothing wrong with developing defensive technologies, nor do I suggest that investments in layered security strategies are inappropriate. But we must face that existing security tech is often mere cyber speed bumps while the operating expense of protecting digital assets is fast outgrowing the value of what we attempt to secure.

Although there is no silver bullet solution, and security remains incredibly hard, enabling organizations to protect less is a first step in the right direction. Default ephemerality minimizes the window of opportunity for attackers. It robs advanced adversaries of persistence while offering an efficient and predictable framework for keeping proprietary information private.

 No matter how robust and layered your end-point defense is, if important communications are stored, they are vulnerable to anyone with enough resources and persistence. That applies to policy-makers, corporations, critical infrastructure and any organization working with information of value. The result is expensive and mostly ineffective attempts to protect communications we don’t benefit from storing.

And while there is no compelling enough reason for retention of real-time communications in the face of security risks, we do it out of habit anyway. Because storage is free, just as are convenient services if only we allow the providers to access and hold on to our information.

What’s at stake?

Interestingly, in the 1990s, when cybersecurity was not much of a concept, Dan Geer foresaw that storage will be near free and, therefore, unreasonably costly in the future. At the time, not all appreciated the vision that storing everything would make the task of securing data nearly impossible and extremely expensive. Now there is almost a universal acceptance that we are simply storing too much.

As technology evolves, so do the capabilities of adversaries working to exploit not only the security flaws in common technology but the human nature of those with access to sensitive information. Things get even messier when an adversary begins to push the boundaries, exploiting the very strength of the system it seeks to compromise — free press, transparency, strong judiciary and law enforcement.

If before we used to fear the simple hacking of the election box, now it is clear there are multiple ways to disrupt and destabilize one’s political system. Several European nations are in the midst of their election campaigns. They, too, are facing foreign influence. Understanding how to adapt to increasingly sophisticated and unconventional tactics is all the more critical in minimizing the impact of the next generation of attacks built on the 2016 Russian playbook by other state and non-state attackers.

Progress will be made in the middle

So where do we go from here? Trust and understanding between the government and the industry is key to improving our readiness against foreign or domestic adversaries. Although it is understandable for law enforcement and intelligence to want more and easier access to information, including the ability to bypass encryption, it is counterproductive given the existing threats, including to the government’s own communications. Yet it is equally understandable that the private sector will not grant such easy access and should not be relied upon to do so.

We should perhaps face the fact that law enforcement will vilify encryption in the name of public safety, and privacy advocates will vilify surveillance techniques in the name of free speech and democracy. We should also expect to see more irresponsible reporting of leaked information and, as a result, silly and defensive posturing by companies suggesting that they have defeated the intelligence communities.

While extreme positions are important, progress will be made in the middle. That is why some of us will work fervently to create products that enable private communications, while others will be equally persistent in finding ways to gain unauthorized access to that same user content.

We can be certain that our adversaries continue to improve and build on their lessons learned from the 2016 elections, spinning off new hybrid attacks across global information networks. In turn, if we fight the instinct to continue hoarding sensitive communications and accept our own inability to access ephemeral conversations, we will extend this same limitation to our adversaries, eliminating the one weakness that proved most critical in disrupting our businesses and political system in 2016.

4 Tips for Getting Your Small Business Started

Getting a small business started is a risky proposition. Some experts say that half of all small businesses will fail in the first year of operation, and 90 percent of all small businesses will fail after five years. In the face of these steep odds, don’t give up on your dreams of growing your own small business. Instead, be inspired to work harder and more creatively to guarantee your success. Here are five tips to help you get started on the small business you’ve been dreaming about.
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Learn about Your Market

If you’re not already an expert in your field, do your research before jumping into a small business. You may want to open a restaurant, but if you’ve never worked in food services before you’ll have a lot to learn by starting at the top. Learn your business from the ground up. Consider taking a professional business class at a local college to get a better idea about what you’re getting into. You’ll need to understand both the nuances of your chosen business area and the overall demands of running a business.

Work with Your Neighbors

Find out about the local opportunities that are available in your neighborhood and take advantage of them. There are networking opportunities around every corner, and you would be foolish to pass them by. Get to know the other small business owners in your community and learn from their example. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel, so keep your ears open and learn from their mistakes.

Partner with Established Companies

When it comes to important things, make sure you only partner with well-established and reputable companies. For example, if you need specific software, reach out to a company like Sierra Cad/Cam for more information about their products. Don’t settle for anything less than the best if your small business depends on it. You don’t want to pay for a painful lesson down the road.

Take Advantage of Social Media

Advertising used to be expensive, but now there are numerous social media platforms through which you can spread your message. Get accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other platforms. You don’t need to hire a social media pro to do the work for you either. Social media is open to all people, and your small business will find a wide audience if you reach out.

Tilt gesture keyboard could hold promise for typing in VR

Keyboard nerds like me could become a dying breed if the voice-controlled future accelerates at us quite as quickly as companies like Alexa-owning Amazon hope. But in the interim, with screens still loitering in the orbits of our fingertips, texting remains the done thing (well, not counting kids who prefer recording voice messages to send to each others’ messaging apps — I know, I know, path of least resistance and all that…).

Meanwhile, there are more types and growing numbers of computing devices in play than ever before, from wearables to VR headsets, so interface researchers are finding additional reasons to optimize keyboard-based usability kinks.

To wit: a group of researchers, led by postgraduate student Hui-Shyong Yeo at the University of St Andrews, has come up with a tilt-based typing technique designed — at first glance — to be an alternative for users of larger smartphones (phablets) or tablets; to enable one-handed typing, i.e. when your palm won’t easily stretch across the full span of glass. And many a cracked smartphone screen can surely be blamed on an unfortunate typing accident.

The researchers have called their tilt-based entry keyboard SWiM for short: aka ‘Shape Writing in Motion’. The core text entry technique is akin to gesture-based keyboards like Swype, where users use fingers to trace patterns over the keys to spell out words. (Indeed, they utilized Swype’s interface for this portion of the tech.) But the twist is SWiM users tilt the device with their dominant wrist to form the shades needed to form the words. So no finger-dragging necessary, just a little wrist dexterity.

“The dominant hand typically exhibits finer temporal and spatial resolutions,” they write in a research paper detailing the study, which also specifies that their technique only relies on pitch and roll for text input, as “the dexterity of yaw using one’s hand is very limited”.

“Our tilt-based technique allows one-handed text entry and also lends itself as a suitable text entry method for remote controllers, wearable devices, and for virtual reality text entry, where users cannot see the keyboard input device,” they add.

The researchers found that first time users who tested the tilt-based input system as part of the study were able to achieve a rate of 15 words per minute after “minimal practice”, and a rate of 32 wpm after around 90 minutes of practice.

 

To begin and end words using the tilt method — which utilizes accelerometer/gyroscope tech embedded into modern mobiles — the researchers came up with an additional on-screen button they call the “chat head”. This is a semi translucent bubble-like object that can be user-positioned on the screen. To type using SWiM the user taps on the chat head to start forming a word via tilting a pointer ball over the keys, before tapping a second time on the chat head to complete a word (which also inserts a space).

 The chat head also supports gestures such as a left or right swipe which can be used for other gesture-based functions — such as deleting a word from the suggestions bar above the keyboard. Words can also be selected from the suggestions bar via tilting the pointer to a suggested word and short clicking on the chat head.

In the paper, the researchers describe SWiM as “fast and easy to learn compared to many existing single-handed text entry techniques”. The study involved a small number of participants conducting a transcription and a composition task using the technique (and also comparing their input to their standard typing and standard shape writing).

The study also looked at performance improvement over time via a longitudinal pilot with one participant who took part in six separate typing sessions — their SWiM entry rate rose from 15.60wpm during the first session to 32.18wpm by the sixth; an improvement rate of 106.3 per cent; also a much larger gain at the end of all the sessions than for normal typing (22.8%) and normal shape writing (29.5%).

Tilt as an input method for typing has been considered before — not least as a spoof option by SwiftKey for a 2013 April Fools joke — but experiments have yet to turn into any extended commercial rollouts. Yet as computing shifts into more types of devices — including those with very small screens or screens that can’t easily be touched — the need for alternative and/or supplementary input methods does, arguably, step up.

The researchers especially see potential for the technique to be useful in VR. “We believe our technique to be well suited for input in virtual reality (VR) applications. When wearing a VR headset, the user often cannot see the keyboard. Thus, a simple controller that supports tilt (e.g., Google VR controller, Oculus Touch) can use SWiM for text input,” they write, adding: “Our studies show that the technique has high immediate efficacy and is reasonably fast.”

Their first next step will be to release an installable version of the keyboard for users of touchscreen devices. “In the future, we plan to integrate our technique with a gesture keyboard and release it as an installable touchscreen keyboard application,” they write.

“We will continue to investigate which factors affect tilt-based shape writing and hope to improve SWiM over time. Lastly, we aim to use this technique on other devices, such as smartwatches, digital pendants, and head-mounted displays (HMD), which already have built-in tilt sensors.”

The research paper, entitled ‘Investigating tilt-based gesture keyboard entry for single-handed text entry on large devices’, will be published by the ACM SIGCHI in the upcoming Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Equity podcast: The return of IPOs and Tesla’s billion-dollar bet

One down, many more to go! The first episode of TechCrunch’s latest podcast, Equity, our venture capital-focused podcast is out.

This week, TechCrunch’s Matthew Lynley, CrunchBase editor-in-chief Alex Wilhelm and I sat down with investor and SaaStr founder Jason Lemkin to talk about Tesla’s $1 billion raise, the return of IPOs and recent acquisitions in the technology space.

 

Equity drops every Friday at 6:00am PT, so subscribe to us on iTunes, Overcast, Pocketcast, Downcast and all the casts.

Showcase your creativity by learning mean stack web development

Today, technology education pays focus on the innovation and understanding of the subject. To meet excellence at par, it keeps maintain balance between the basics and the emerging technologies. There are so many splits of hardware and software, institutions keep making changes and add on to the courses that a student can choose from. Mean stack web development is one such course that helps avid learners touch heights of their career field and showcase their creativity. With good mean stack web development training and an exposure to the projects makes it a must pick by the students.

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Business these days is governed by its website; people prefer to develop a web site for their product and services as it gives them ample exposure across the globe. Thus, inviting more customers to your website as the entire training revolves around the web portal, complete information starting right from basic to complex is provided to him so that he is able to create websites with lesser coding.

Mean stack Web Development course in Dallas will assist in writing the entire code and that too within short span of time. Join the course to grab enough training and learn to develop great web applications which will indeed not only take your career to higher notch but also transform the technology industry.

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Any student or developer who wants to learn and develop using this mean stack training should be familiar with the HTML and CSS. He should possess basic experience of developing websites. Plus, he should be well acquainted with the JavaScript language of the computer. After getting training he will be benefits in the following way-

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The students who take regular lessons and get clear their doubts during doubt sessions are capable of developing apps thus making an addition to their career. With ample practice session, live demo and in-depth course study assists in becoming proficient in the technology. This will help them meet the challenge of the job requirements.

Handling Things Right with Leading SAFe Certification

It is important that you learn about the principles and practices of SAFe. In the way, you will learn the method of execution and releasing of the values by means of the Agile Release Trains. However, with the help of the Leading SAFe Certification you even learn how to create agile portfolio and get to lead the lean agile enterprise. Among the attendees you have the typical managers and the executives and you can even interact with the consultants and the lean agile leaders. This way you can have the best interaction with the agile change agents. The SAFe certification program is meant for the managers and the executives as they make use of the concept to create changes within the enterprise.

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Necessity of a SAFe Agilist

A SAFe Agilist is liable to act with responsibility within the ambiance of the software enterprise. This causes validation in the knowledge to be applied in the Scaled Agile framework. For the same you need to have lean thinking and you should also follow the product development flow in the context of the enterprise. In the way, you can perfectly lead the adoption of the scaled agile framework. To be a part of the program you need certain prerequisites.

Dealing with the Concept

To play the role of a SAFe Agilist you need to have five years of experience in the field of software development. You should also play the role of a testing expert and you should also have knowledge of business analysis. Now, you know how to deal with the kind of product or project management. For the same you also need to have the experience in scrum. As of the curriculum you are introduced to the scale agile framework. In the process, you can perfectly embrace the agile and the lean values. There is also understanding of the SAFe principles.

What Should You Know

As part of the SAFe Agilist role you should also know how to have a proper experience with the PI planning. As part of the program one can even execute and release the apt value. It is necessary that to deal with the concept you build an exact Agile portfolio. It is also important to have the competence to lead the lean agile enterprise. However, to be an expert you can be as part of the leading SAFe course. It is important that you pass the SA examination and become best in the genre. In fact, you have more things to cope up with in the process.

Learning SAFe in Dubai

There is the Leading SAFe Training In Dubai. As part of the program you can learn the details of the concept and acquire the SAFe skills appositely. It is a successful program to help you get the perfect understanding of the Scaled Agile Framework. You need to stay under the guidance of an instructor to learn the SAFe process. The concept becomes clear once you deal best with the free reference materials. In fact, better dealing with the concept helps you become an expert in the field effectively dealing with the agile details.

Spectacular Stanozolol for a lean muscular Frame

Introduction

A toned body with a heart throbbing ripped physique and a lean muscular frame is all that a fitness freak seeks for. Achieving such an amazing personality is neither easy nor difficult, if one puts adequate efforts in the adequate direction. Involving oneself in rigorous workouts and training sessions is a crucial aspect of experiencing wonderful weight loss, adding a strict healthy diet schedule undoubtedly will do wonders, but the degree of crisp that professional bodybuilders, players and athletes need cannot be satisfied solely. There arises a need of performance enhancing drugs, an anabolic steroid is an epitome of such supplement renowned for its astounding benefits. Steroids also avay as winstril tablets or winstril depot is a spectacular fat loss and muscle gain drug that not only waves off obstinate fat layers but also fosters endurance, strength and agility.

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It is worth mentioning that for securing quick and effective results by putting an anabolic steroid as a crucial part of your weight loss regime, appropriating into prominent cutting cycles is necessary. Bulking cycles cannot combat the peculiarities of cutting cycle, that serves as a viable reason behind facilitating use of Stanozolol. It is associated with you weight lifting benefits and prevents water retention from the body that helps in gaining a lean muscular mass with ease. Its effective weight loss benefits have won million hearts and enforced them to stick to this astonishing supplement. Bodybuilders, athletes and other professionals can now showcase their ripped physique along with gaining strength and endurance. For ensuring that one secures maximum advantage, using it in adequate proportions along with combining it with other supplements in an adequate amount is inevitable.

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Merely buying Stanozolol will never shed those stubborn fat layers ruling the body, facilitating its proper use is necessary. The amount of dosage to be taken must be confirmed from an expert before using it. Taking it in inadequate proportions can prove disastrous for the human body. One needs to communicate each and every aspect about itself before seeking advice from a doctor. This performance enhancing drug serves as a boon to male professionals by aiding them in enhancing their masculine appeal. Women should consume this weight loss supplement in smaller proportions as compared to men. Excessive dosage never leads to overwhelming outcomes, this myth needs to be redefined. If one wishes to experience life changing muscle put up, combining it with a regular strict exercise and diet regime is crucial.

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