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in smartphone apps - 07 Mar, 2015
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Brain Training Apps: How useful are they? I have been working monotonously since a last couple of months, thought I needed a change and how can I still stay more focused and sharp as I used to stay during my student life. The search of solution ended after visiting and registering on some of the […]

in Hot Topics - 17 Aug, 2012
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After several months of expectation, when things didn’t go the way twitter wanted, it had made clear about how data are to be shared with the developers. This time twitter has made a crystal clear statement that it doesn’t want any of the app that has not been programmed by twitter itself. For the older […]

in Hot Topics - 14 Aug, 2012
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Facebook was thought to be playing clean with developers until it was found out that it has been deceiving developers over security. Although after paying thousands of dollars to verify the security of the Facebook apps, but in reality it has been doing nothing to do the same and has been accused of it. It […]

in Hot Topics - 21 Jul, 2012
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Android has launched app Friday, a “search engine for your life,” as TechCrunch reports.   Developed by startup Dexetra, Friday is an application that runs in the background of Android devices. It takes stock of everything that occurs on the phone, and in your life.   Getting access to your phone and app records, Friday […]

in Hot Topics - 21 Jul, 2012
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Last week, we reported a hack on Apple devices from iOS 3.0 to 6.0 by Russian developer Alexey V. Borodin. This hacking method allowed users to easily obtain in-app content for free by using a proxy called in-appstore.com. Just as Apple has announced a temporary solution for developers, Borodin launched a new hacking method on […]

in Hot Topics - 19 Jul, 2012
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After the billion-dollar success of some mobile apps, many startups are aiming to be the next Instagram. The next promising contender is Vyclone, which has launched a mobile app for the creation of multi-camera, multi-angle videos.   This iOS app uses footage shot by people at the same event or location and edits them into […]

in Hot Topics - 15 Jul, 2012
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As reported earlier in March, Microsoft is getting ready to release its latest web applications called “Agaves” to accompany the development of Office 15. Microsoft’s developers have created a workspace within an Office application such as Word or Excel that allows it to interact with webpages.   Users who opt in will be able to […]

in Hot Topics - 14 Jul, 2012
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The developers at XBMC have announced the imminent release of the XBMC file sharing application for all Android-based devices. The popular cross-platform multimedia began its run on the first-generation Xbox, but is now compatible with PC, Mac OS X, Linus, and soon Android.   Installing the app is easy and convenient. The Android smartphone, tablet […]

in Hot Topics - 14 Jul, 2012
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A Russian developer has discovered a method to circumvent Apple’s in-app purchasing process using an in-app proxy. Such online content can be stolen without the need for a jailbreak, and can be accomplished easily with any iOS device. This method for obtaining free iOS apps was first published by hacker Alexey V. Borodin, who created […]

in Hot Topics - 13 Jul, 2012
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As Apple promised earlier in July, it has launched a new Food and Drink category in its App Store. This category contains nearly 3000 apps that help users find new restaurants and bars, manage cooking and baking, organise recipes, and share food experiences with their friends. However, this collection excludes “diet, grocery shopping, coupon-clipping, or […]