Posted by Amir on January 19, 2012 ·
Since 2003, Skype has always been a a great software application that allows its users to make free voice and video calls over the internet. It is also capable to make paid calls to landline telephones and mobile phones which are charged using a debit-based account system. Skype can be used for a lot of things and activities; sharing a story, celebrate a long-distance birthday, making interviews, learn [...]
Posted by Suzzane Edwards on November 18, 2011 ·
Storage space has become a precious commodity among iPhone owners struggling to keep their personal files for easy access. The advent of multimedia files has given rise not only for the need of additional processing power but additional storage space. Phone memory is not infinite and having access to additional memory is most certainly welcomed.
Cloud Apps are not only designed for providing people [...]
Posted by Paul Scott on October 16, 2011 ·
There are many devices and accessories designed to make using your iPhone and iPod much easier, and these devices are all becoming incredibly popular for those who enjoy the Apple products. The latest development in iDevice accessories is the iPhone projector, a device that projects your iPhone’s screen onto the wall. There are a number of devices that are used as an iPhone projector, and you will [...]
Posted by Admin on July 19, 2011 ·
Few weeks back we told you that Google has already submitted a Google+ app for iPhone but it was waiting for Apple’s approval.
Today is the lucky day for all the Apple fans as the application has been approved by Apple and is now live in App Store. The application looks promising with almost same features as an Android App, It has all the Google+ features like huddle and geo location api well [...]
Posted by Irina J on July 13, 2011 ·
Apple’s iPhone is still the coolest trend on the market ever since they first appeared in 2007. Dozens of millions of people worldwide bought or buy the highly popular Apple device because it’s trendy, it looks nice, it features loads of entertainment possibilities and practically, the applications you can download are countless. But, what about its music features?
Yes sure, you might have [...]
Posted by Admin on July 4, 2011 ·
Since the launch of Google+ we have sent out thousands of invites and posted multiple tips for the new Google Plus users(including how to move your photos from facebook). But all the tips and news till now was related to Web or android. Today we have a special news for iPhone users who have been salivating to use Google+ on their iPhones.
We all knew that Google plus will soon be available on iOS [...]
Posted by Admin on April 22, 2011 ·
Apple Recording all your moves
Alasdair Allan and Pete Warden, security developers by profession discovered that Apple’s iPhone keeps track of where you go and saves every details of the location to a secret file on the device. When a user connects the device to his computer, the file is copied to iTunes. Peter Warden have created a small application called iPhone Tracker that maps the information [...]
Posted by Admin on November 16, 2010 ·
Finally, after a long wait Google has officially announced Google Voice app for iPhone. The application is now live in the App store.
Its been a long battle with Apple to get the Google voice on the most famous app store. The new application is very simple and easy to use. You can sign into the service from anywhere, access your voicemail or even send text messages or Google Voice calls, and get [...]
Posted by Admin on November 2, 2010 ·
Its been a long time since the controversy started between Adobe and Apple about playing flash movies on your iPhone or iPad device. Finally it will soon be a reality when you will be able to play browser based flash videos on your iOs devices.
Skyfire, a company dedicated to leveraging the power of cloud computing to redefine mobile browsing on smartphones, claims to have “the world’s hottest [...]
Posted by Admin on August 11, 2010 ·
A fresh rounds of rumors on internet and suggests Apple is testing a CDMA iPhone, that would work on the Verizon network.
John Gruber from Daring Fireball revealed today that the CDMA iPhone 4 with codenamed N92 is entering the engineering verification (EVT) stage, one step before the design verification test (DVT) stage, which is right before manufacturing — and right on time for a possible January [...]