Samsung Wallet Launched In Korea

Samsung Wallet Launched In Korea

Samsung Wallet is a convenient mobile app which allows users to store and manage event tickets, boarding passes, membership cards and coupons all in one place. A couple of months ago, Samsung showed off this app to developers. Lately, Samsung has launched its Wallet app in Korea.

By On May 21, 2013 Respond
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iTunes Ends 50 Billion App Download Promo, No Winner Announced Yet

iTunes Ends 50 Billion App Download Promo, No Winner Announced Yet

Apple’s App Store has reached 50 billion downloads since its starting in 2008. Apple announced earlier that the lucky customer who will make the 50 billionth download will receive a $10,000 gift card. Although Apple ended 50 billion App Store download promo, the winner of the promotion is yet to be announced.

By On May 16, 2013 Respond
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Rovio Plans To Publish Third-Party Games Via Rovio Stars

Rovio Plans To Publish Third-Party Games Via Rovio Stars

Rovio, the company that shot to fame thanks to its wildly popular Angry Birds franchise, has plans of going beyond game production. Recently, the game-maker announced that it will also be publishing, distributing and marketing third-party apps and games in the coming days.

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Mozilla Offers Phones To Write Apps For Firefox OS

Mozilla Offers Phones To Write Apps For Firefox OS

Mozilla is working hard to make its Firefox OS a dominant player in the mobile OS market. It has already secured hardware partnerships with some big brands. But the thing that is crucial to its success is the developers who will be building apps the users need. And to lure the developers under the umbrella of Firefox OS, Mozilla has floated a new scheme.

By On May 11, 2013 Respond
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WhatsApp CEO Says The App Is “Bigger Than Twitter”

WhatsApp CEO Says The App Is “Bigger Than Twitter”

Last Tuesday, AllThingsD arranged Dive Into Mobile conference in New York City. Jan Koum, CEO of ultra-popular instant messaging application WhatsApp attended that conference and said that WhatsApp is now bigger than Twitter and handles around 20 billion messages per day.

By On April 17, 2013 Respond
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Facebook For iOS Gets New Features, Home Lands On Android

Facebook For iOS Gets New Features, Home Lands On Android

Facebook has recently rolled out a number of new updates to both its desktop and mobile versions. Both the iOS and Android apps of the social network have received a number of new features. Chat Heads, stickers and a redesigned News Feed had been added to the iOS app whereas the new Facebook Home has landed on the Android app.

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Skype 2.5 Update For Windows Phone 8 Brings UI Improvements

Skype 2.5 Update For Windows Phone 8 Brings UI Improvements

Skype has released an update for the Windows Phone 8, version 2.5. In this new version, message notifications for Messenger buddies are now set to on by default. And the issue of Message notifications having contact names separated by 20% space has also been solved.

By On April 17, 2013 Respond
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So, Is It Possible To Hijack A Plane With An Android App?

So, Is It Possible To Hijack A Plane With An Android App?

Earlier we have seen some students proving that drones can be hijacked from midair. And now a 30 years old trained commercial pilot and as well as security researcher for German IT firm N.Runs Hugo Teso has said that he has built an app for Android mobile phones called PlaneSploit which could be used to take control on commercial airplanes! Keep reading for details.

By On April 14, 2013 1 Response
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Microsoft Says Facebook Home Is a ‘Copycat’, Windows Phone Is the ‘Real Thing’

Microsoft Says Facebook Home Is a ‘Copycat’, Windows Phone Is the ‘Real Thing’

Last week on April 4 at Facebook headquarter, CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg officially announced Facebook Home, a free software that users can install on their Android devices to essentially “Facebook-ize” their phones. But software giant Microsoft has said that Facebook Home is a “copycat” and Windows Phone is the “real thing.”

By On April 10, 2013 1 Response
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HBO Go iOS App Adds AirPlay Multitasking Capability

HBO Go iOS App Adds AirPlay Multitasking Capability

HBO Go, a streaming service from HBO, lets you enjoy your favorite shows, movies, sports and more. The HBO Go iOS app got an update with version 2.1, added exciting new features including AirPlay multitasking capability.

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Apple Pulls iOS App Discovery And Daily Deal Service AppGratis From App Store

Apple Pulls iOS App Discovery And Daily Deal Service AppGratis From App Store

Apple iOS app discovery service and daily deal AppGratis has been delivered people one paid app for free everyday. People were quite satisfied with the service. But suddenly Apple has pulled the service from its app store.

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Viber App For Windows Phone 8 Includes Free VoIP Calling With HD Audio

Viber App For Windows Phone 8 Includes Free VoIP Calling With HD Audio

Viber App update for Windows Phone 8 adds free VoIP calling with HD audio. Viber previously added this service to Android and iOS platforms.

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Now Google Translate For Android Can Translate 50 Languages ‘Offline’

Now Google Translate For Android Can Translate 50 Languages ‘Offline’

Google Translate has always been proven helpful to people translating web pages or languages, although it doesn’t provide perfect translations every time. Recently, search giant Google has launched a new version of Translate for Android that can do translations ‘offline.’ That means from now on, Android users won’t need an internet connection to translate any language or web page through the service.

By On March 30, 2013 Respond
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BlackBerry Confirms Support For Android Apps In Q10

BlackBerry Confirms Support For Android Apps In Q10

The BlackBerry Q10 and Z10 are the two new BlackBerry smartphones unveiled at the BlackBerry 10 event on January 30, 2013. BlackBerry will support Android App Ports for the users to access a lot Android app from BlackBerry device. And Blackberry’s upcoming Q10 might have the same support.

By On March 27, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Transit App Now Available In Full-Touch Asha Phones

Nokia Transit App Now Available In Full-Touch Asha Phones

Nokia’s city navigation app named Transit is now available as beta to Asha touchscreen phones, adds public transport info. Nokia is already using this technology on their Windows Phone and Symbian devices. With this app one can plan trips across multiple public transport routes, save particular journeys, as well as research departure and arrival times.

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