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Nokia Removes Here Maps From App Store, Blames Apple

Nokia Removes Here Maps From App Store, Blames Apple

Nokia’s little-known mapping service, Here Maps, that the company launched in November last year has been removed from the App Store. The company alleges that Apple’s iOS 7 changes ruined the Here Maps’ user experience.

By On December 28, 2013 Respond
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The Lift App Brings You A Daily Dose Of Motivation

The Lift App Brings You A Daily Dose Of Motivation

We’ve all gone through times when we vowed to do something, drafted resolutions to that end but eventually gave up a day or two later. Lift is an app which aims to help you with that by keeping you motivated all the way.

By On December 17, 2013 Respond
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Native iPad Support Finally Added To Amazon Cloud Drive Photos App

Native iPad Support Finally Added To Amazon Cloud Drive Photos App

Amazon’s Cloud Drive Photos app has been around for a while, primarily released for iPhone. Although it has been available for iPad, the tablet version hasn’t exactly been great. Amazon has thankfully updated the iPad version to offer a better experience.

By On December 10, 2013 Respond
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Google Updates Gmail For iOS App, Offers Full Screen Portrait View

Google Updates Gmail For iOS App, Offers Full Screen Portrait View

Google has just dished out an update for its Gmail for iOS app. While the app carries a number of visual improvements for both iPad and iPhone, iOS tablet users stand to gain more from it. The new app offers full-screen portrait view for iPad users, allowing you to navigate between Gmail folders and multiple accounts with perfect ease.

By On November 15, 2013 Respond
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Amazon Workspaces: Virtual Windows Desktops For Tablets And PCs

Amazon Workspaces: Virtual Windows Desktops For Tablets And PCs

Amazon has decided to leverage its cloud computing end to roll out new services of a similar nature. Called ‘Amazon Workspaces’, the new service essentially brings virtual Windows desktops to Windows and Mac computers as well as a number of tablets including iPad, certain Android tablets and Kindle Fire.

By On November 14, 2013 Respond
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Airbnb Rolls Out New Mobile Apps Optimized For Hosts

Airbnb Rolls Out New Mobile Apps Optimized For Hosts

Airbnb is one of the most popular and widely-used online rent-out services. The company has now rolled out new iOS and Android apps, packing them with a number of new features which are meant to help out Airbnb hosts. The new apps let the hosts take care of the logistical details of every rent-out without any hassles.

By On November 13, 2013 Respond
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Viber Starts Monetization Efforts By Launching Sticker Market

Viber Starts Monetization Efforts By Launching Sticker Market

Viber has been a free and popular service for quite some time and there hasn’t exactly been any discernible ways through which the company made money off its millions of users. This is about to change as Viber has just rolled out the new sticker market which comes at a nominal price.

By On November 13, 2013 Respond
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Google Maps Updated With Directions For Multiple Destinations

Google Maps Updated With Directions For Multiple Destinations

Google Maps have long allowed users to trace their path between their current location and any given destination. Now, Google Maps for desktop have been updated so that you can get directions for multiple destinations, all at the same time.

By On October 10, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Electronics’ ChatON Messaging Service Reaches 100 Million Users

Samsung Electronics’ ChatON Messaging Service Reaches 100 Million Users

Samsung Electronics launched its ChatON Messaging Service two years ago in 2011. Lately, the company proudly announces that its ChatON now has a global subscriber base of over 100 million users.

By On October 1, 2013 Respond
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Oyster App Lets You Read Unlimited Books For $9.95 A Month

Oyster App Lets You Read Unlimited Books For $9.95 A Month

Book rentals are nothing new and they have been around for quite some time now. Oyster is a new app which claims that it is the ‘Netflix for books.’ The app lets you rent unlimited books for a $9.95 per month and has a huge catalog of books to choose from.

By On September 9, 2013 Respond
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Load Entire Videos In Buffer With ‘YouTube Center’ Add-On

Load Entire Videos In Buffer With ‘YouTube Center’ Add-On

In the past, YouTube would stream an entire video in the background if you paused it or waited for it to load. But since the implementation of a new protocol, the site no longer offers this feature. Given that this can lead to jittery video playbacks, you can now get your hands on a browser add-on called ‘YouTube Center.’

By On September 5, 2013 Respond
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Google Decides To Roll Out HD-Quality Hangouts

Google Decides To Roll Out HD-Quality Hangouts

In the past, Google has offered a low-bandwidth version of Hangouts which can be used on slow internet connections. Now, the search giant is rolling out support for HD-quality videos on Hangouts. Initially, the high-quality video feature will be limited to Hangouts on Air.

By On August 29, 2013 Respond
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Animated PNGs Being Promoted To Be The Alternate Of GIFs

Animated PNGs Being Promoted To Be The Alternate Of GIFs

Although Google has added animated GIF search option, PNG image file format are becoming more popular than GIF. And now Animated PNGs (APNGs), developed by Rei Kagetsuki (the creator of the apngasm), are said to be the alternate of GIFs.

By On August 28, 2013 Respond
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Google Is Readying A Significant YouTube App For Android

Google Is Readying A Significant YouTube App For Android

Google is in the process of ramping up the official YouTube app for Android, including a whole lot of new features. One of the key features in the updated app will be the use of a card-based interface, essentially intended to let you watch a given video while at the same time, browsing through other videos.

By On August 20, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Says Google Wants To Sabotage Windows Phone

Microsoft Says Google Wants To Sabotage Windows Phone

We recently reported that Microsoft has finally released a new YouTube app for Windows Phone, after long try to fulfill Google’s demands. But interestingly, Google has blocked the app and that has angered Microsoft executives. Now the Microsoft executives are accusing the search giant of trying to sabotage the Windows Phone platform.

By On August 16, 2013 1 Response
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