Archive for August, 2010

Android users can now download Kindle App for reading e-Books on their devices. The Kindle Store currently contains more than 620,000 books. Like the other Kindle mobile apps, Kindle for Android can save and sync the books and can bookmark across all the devices Kindle app is now available on other leading smart devices such [...]

A couple of months after the BlackBerry Twitter app, Research in Motion (RIM) is announcing its full launch. Now BlackBerry users can access any user’s profile via an auto complete function. This app also includes language support for several additional non-English languages, including French, Italian, Spanish, German, EU and Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, Korean and [...]

An Auto-Tune app for Android device came to the market. It is really good news for those who are Hungry for some portable Auto-Tune action. It’s been used for megahit web series, Saturday Night Live, digital shorts, Facebook status updates and Chatroulette pranks. iPhone’s “I am T-Pain” app hit the Apple iPhone App Store just [...]

Ok. Then who will be the loser? In one of posts, last month, we wrote that if Apple breaks AT&T deal, nobody can say whether opening up with another cellular network would be a benefit for Apple or not. Even, it is too early to tot up who would be the ultimate loser. Meanwhile, we [...]

There is a rumor that RIM is working on a tablet category device; but it would be a BlackBerry companion device. This device would not be able to work standalone and it will need a BlackBerry device that will connect it either via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Now the question, do we really need such a [...]

Ohh, Yes! These two titans of the smartphones industry are getting ready for a battle. Once again, an epic battle is about to start. People have always asked about which mobile system has the more advanced users. Before searching for the valid answer, we would like to ask what makes the smartphone platforms so popular? [...]

When cats and dogs viral walk with iPad have become crap in recent day, we found a really touching story of a 100 year old woman. We saw an iPad has changed the life of a 100 year old woman. It is really story of Virgina Cambell of Lake Oswego, Oregon. By nature she is [...]

OpenSpot Android App offers users the ability to update a map when they leave their parking spots and share with others who are looking to park. This app is pretty simple and easy to use. It pulls up a Google map near your current location and displays open parking spots within a 1.5km/0.9 mile radius [...]

Mozilla just entered the app economy. It has submitted its Firefox Home to Apple’s iTunes App Store. As per Mozilla’s statement, it gives iPhone users instant access to their Firefox browsing history, bookmarks and the set of tabs from their most recent browser session. Firefox Home for iPhone is a part of a broader Mozilla [...]

Apple has come up with a utility service on iPad friendly version of iPhone’s iDisk Operating System App. The name of this service is, MobileMe that includes a new calendar interface on iPhone. Earlier, few months back, Apple had re-designed the webmail interface for MobileMe that was very similar to the Mail app on the [...]