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by on January 7th, 2013

A Smartphone OS is rated by the strength of it’s application support. Windows phone 8 for instance, it is a nice and smooth operating system and will offer almost the same features as iOS and Android, even more features perhaps, but it is not as popular as Android and iOS because of it’s lagging market place and app support. Android has quickly caught up with iOS, and it is now equitant to it if not better. The reason for android’s phenomenal success could be credited to the fact that it is ‘Open Source’, meaning anyone could easily contribute to it’s ever expanding market list. Such an example comes from a member of XDA, cyansmoker from the forums of android has released an app that would redefine how you ‘Multitask’ through your android device.

by on December 28th, 2012

Obnoxious callers is one issue faced by every one around the world, you can simply turn off your phone or you might miss an important call, not you can choose to accept the call to put an end to it. Android fixes this issue itself by giving the users the ability to blacklist callers, however, apple did not bother to do so and user’s only option is to wade it out. So, if you are using an iOS device and face this issue then Call Bliss is the perfect application for you, and the good news is that you don’t need jailbreak or any other hack to run it.

by on December 18th, 2012

One of the features enjoyed widely on android is the support of SWYPE texting. The feature allows users to slide on letter to form words and sentences without lifting your finger. SWYPE, which has been fairly popular on Android ever since it’s launch is available on Cydia to download on iOS devices, but not everyone jailbreak(s) their device. TouchPal Keyboard had been a major competitor for SWYPE keyboard on android, some even prefer it over SWYPE suggesting it behaves more naturally; the good news is the TouchPal Keyboard is now available for iOS users and what makes the news exciting is that it is not limited to Cydia store only.

by on December 18th, 2012

Google is having a great stint at Apple’s platform, with recent success thanks to Google maps, which hit 10 million downloads in 48 hours, the company has released yet another app. Google seems to like iOS more than android, i mean the official Google apps perform better on iOS than it’s on playground. The latest application released is a YouTube capture app which let’s the iOS users shoot and upload their videos instantly on YouTube, Google +, Facebook and share links on twitter.

by on December 14th, 2012

Usually it could be hard to find a decent applications and games on the App store, mainly because there are far too many apps and the good ones sometimes are found lost in them. Apple has decided to help users out a bit and has released the charts for the most popular and most downloaded Apps on iPhone and iPad platforms. So, if you are wondering what to download next then the list might help you out a it. The list of applications are great, and my two favourite apps have made the list Rayman and Where’s my water. The list on compiled in four sections, two for each, the iPhone and iPad revealing the top free apps and top paid apps. Without further to do, here is the complete list:

by on December 11th, 2012

Have you ever wondered if iOS you go useless paces to change slightest of things, screen brightness for instance; you would have to go down to settings, display and change the brightness from there. While it is not a particularly challenging task but it would be great to have an option to tweak it from a widget or a shortcut. while the iPad users have the quick app switching which helps them with this issue, what about iPhone users? The thing is that issues like these are always handled by the development community. For Android you can find pretty much everything over at XDA, and for iOS there is one giant repository of tweaks, yes, Cydia.

by on November 26th, 2012

The latest fad to hit the internet is edited pictures, with software’s like Instagram, it has become rather easy to edit pictures on the go. But, what about desktop users? Yes they have Photoshop or Corel draw at their disposal but to be honest, they are quite hard to understand for average users and a bit too much of a hassle for applying filters on to basic pictures. The software we are about to review will fix that, with its easy to understand instructions and interface, it is best for amateur photographers and for professionals as well.

by on November 26th, 2012

Now we know that Windows phone 8 devices aren’t exactly selling like hot cakes, and battery woes aren’t really helping with WP8’s reputation, but again there is so much you could do with a blossoming operating system. Applications always come for the rescue, as we saw with iOS as well, it was appalling at the start, and even some of the basic features like landscape keyboard was left out in early iterations, but iOS grew thanks to its ever growing App store. I believe that WP8 and iOS are fairly identical, not the interface, but how they behave and how they have ‘Unique’ apps; unlike Android, almost all apps have the same interface on the two and that just might be the winning point for WP8. Yes, we know that Marketplace isn’t exactly a ginormous one, but if you search a little, you will certainly find a few gems:

by on November 22nd, 2012

People often get a little paranoid when it comes to privacy, whether they are browsing the internet or their folders, peek a little and you are a dead guy. There are solution to that though, you could sit in isolation or hit “Win + L” to instantly lock down your computer, but frankly, that is a bit of a stretch isn't it. Well, if you are a little concerned about your privacy, you can use a little app called WinLock, it will instantly hide they window you are browsing by hitting a hot-key and will reveal itself when the password is entered. It could be any windows, a file, a document, any browser or any application, you hit the key and it’s gone.

by on November 21st, 2012

Browsing through folders and files to get the one you are looking for can prove to be a time consuming task. You can create shortcuts on your desktops and link them, but that hog up all the space on your desktop, now you wouldn't want that would you? And then comes the case of website, you come in, open your favorite browser, jog in the address, yes, it is not as daunting task as to find a file, but, wouldn't your life be much easier if it all happened with a couple of clicks? Well, there is a perfect solution to for that, and it is named ‘Right Click context-menu adder’, a pretty long name for a 700 kb application. The nifty little application adds your favorite websites, shortcuts, applications, folder and files to your right click. Websites are opened in your default browsers, meanwhile the files and folders are opened in a new windows.

by on November 7th, 2012

Now that we have moved up in the world in regards to technology, all we should be thinking about optimization and productivity. Computers and internet services evolved, and now, they are integral part of our daily lives. But, as much as innovations are important, understanding the true potential of it is the key part. Now, all of us must be aware of Google chrome right? But the question I ask valued readers today that if they use it the way it should be. It is Google’s ambition to remove the need of having several gadgets around to fulfill the productivity needs, for that, they have to date done thousands of modifications and advancement to its browser i.e. Google Chrome.

by on August 25th, 2008

The very best software for your Linux machine.
There is huge collection of software for Linux but in this post Neil Bothwick has mentioned about the 25 hottest applications for Linux.
He says:

"Depending on what you want to do and the way you like to do it, everything on these pages is brilliant. So read on, try them for yourself and let us know what you think."

Try them out: