How to Cheat in Hay Day on iOS and Android

Hay Day

Hay day has proven to be one of the best and most popular games for mobile devices and facebook. At the same time the developer Supercell has released maybe even more popular game, Clash of Clans. Like with many other games that you can play on iOS and Android operating systems , there are many cheats and hacks that you can use to get resources and get an edge over your oponents. Today, we will mainly focus on how you can use hay day cheats to get diamonds , coins and XP level. There are many hack tools available but i will try to focus on the new one , recently released on Cheat Spot .

How to use hay day hack tool ?

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How to get free steam wallet codes for 2013

As you all know Steam is popular platform where its possible to buy almost anything regarding gaming. They have a huge selection of games , expansions and DLC’s for your games. Other then that you can also buy items that are shipped to your home address. In this short article i will cover the best way and guide on how to get free steam wallet codes using the hack tool i came across few days ago.

What is steam wallet ?

Steam Wallet

In essence its a virtual wallet where you can have a certain sum of credits in US dollars or euro depending on your region. You can upload funds using credit card or you can use steam wallet codes which are basically gift cards for buying steam games. When you redeem this gift card you can spend the credit like its real money.

Getting steam codes for free – Guide

I recently came across a good guide for using steam wallet hack from Cheat Spot and i will try to explain how it works. I found it on stumbleupon few days ago and i wanted to give it a try. Since it worked great for me and its updated today as well i wanted to write this guide.

My review:

Steam wallet hack 2013

When you download it you can see that it has detection status , and this is great feature giving users much needed security. Other then that i always wondered how it can parse so many combination into a working code but i see it has very fast servers , for which you need access key. Its not really hard to get this key , i managed to get mine in few minutes.

Next thing is to select which amount you want the code to generate. Understand that much more 20$ codes will work since there are much more of theses then 100$ codes. I personally managed to get it after 3rd try. But since i only invested my time its great return. When you get the code you will be able to place it into decryption field. Then you must finish this last step and decrypt it before you can continue and redeem the code at official Steam website.

If yours does not work , don’t despair since this is natural and only about 80% of generated codes work. I needed about 5-10 minutes per code but i did not redeem them all at once , i only did one per day.

Step by step guide to get steam wallet codes using the latest version of the hack is included. For any further information visit official website.


Top 11 hidden, cool features in Apple’s iOS 7 [Photos]

Apple’s iOS 7 is a big change.

It comes with a bright new look and a whole lot of major new features, but there are also several hidden features you might not have yet noticed or heard of. Here are our favorites.

Focus photos using volume button

In iOS 7, you can now take square-size pictures and add filters to your pictures, but did you know that you can now also press on the iPhone’s volume down button to quickly focus the camera and take a picture? You can also hold down the volume buttons to quickly shoot a burst of photos. Continue reading


How to upgrade to an iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c

Ready to upgrade your phone to either the iPhone 5c or 5s? Well, we’ve got some good news and some bad news.

The bad news? Depending on your carrier, it might be more difficult than ever this year to upgrade your relatively recent iPhone for a brand-spanking-new model. The good news? Depending on how you upgrade this year, transitioning to next year’s new iPhone might be a breeze. It just depends on what you’re willing to pay. Continue reading


Steam’s new Family Sharing system lets you both a borrower and a lender be

Moochers rejoice: Valve is bringing game lending back in a big way. The company announced today that a new Family Sharing feature is coming to Steam in the near future, and a thousand Steam users will begin beta testing the Family Sharing system in mid-September. Early adopters can volunteer for testing duties by joining Steam’s new Family Sharing Group. Continue reading


Meet the PS Vita TV, a $100 Apple TV clone that plays nice with Sony’s PlayStation line

Sony may soon take on Apple TV, Roku, and Google’s Chromecast in the U.S., but first the company is planning an initial run in Japan with a newly announced set-top box, the PlayStation Vita TV.

Similar to other cheaply priced home entertainment devices, PS Vita TV offers Web browsing and video streaming content from mainstream services such as Hulu. Sony’s new device will also offer compatibility with more than 1,300 games for PS Vita, PSP, and PSOne classics. Continue reading



All too often, gaming laptops have the problem of overstating just how “made for gamers” they are. With their neon lights, science fiction-like design elements, and brightly colored accents, it usually doesn’t take long to identify if a particular portable computer was made for gaming. MSI’s new GS70, on the other hand, takes a different approach. Sporting an ultra-slim build, a dark gray aluminum chasis, and lacking unnecessary LEDs, the company’s latest laptop is obviously designed with a more mature look in mind. It may not be quite as attractive as the Razer Blade line, but you definitely won’t feel ashamed when you pull out the GS70 public — that is, as long as you can find a bag big enough to fit the laptop and its giant 17.3-inch display. Continue reading

Microsoft Closing Games for Windows Live Marketplace

The Games for Windows Live Marketplace is closing this month. Microsoft has detailed the rhyme and reason as well as what this means for PC players:

“As part of the recent Xbox 360 system update, Microsoft Points will be retired and the PC Marketplace will be closed as of August 22, 2013,” Microsoft explains. “We encourage you to spend your Microsoft Points balance prior to this change. Although you will not be able to purchase new games, you can continue to enjoy previously purchased content by downloading it through the Games for Windows Live client software as usual.” Continue reading