An online application that stores all of your important usernames and passwords for different online accounts. A password manager is protected by one important master password.
Pay later services
A payment option offered by some retailers online and in store, allowing goods to be paid for in fortnightly instalments. Similar to lay-by, except goods can be taken home straight away.
Popular examples of pay later services are AfterPay, PayPal's Pay in 4, Humm, Zip Pay and others.
If instalments are made on time, there are no charges to use the pay later service, but hefty fees are incurred if payments are late.
An account that enables your mobile phone to pay for goods, such as at the supermarket, instead of swiping your credit card. Popular examples of pay services are Google Pay and Apple Pay.
Requires in-built Near Field Communication (NFC) technology for a mobile device to communicate with an EFTPOS machine for in-store purchases.
Pay service accounts can also be used for online purchases.
An application that allows you to edit and store your photos. These applications can also allow you to restore old family photos and organise your photos on your device.
Photo file type
Your computer saves photos as different kinds of files. Different files types are suited for different reasons. File types include: BMP, JPG, PNG.