Did you know Google is all set to revolutionize the Indian payment market by launching Tez, its payment app. It has been built to support the UPI (unified payment interface) system which includes more than 50 banks. This means that when you make a transaction with Tez, it goes directly from bank to bank. There is no need to store money in your Tez account to make a transaction, provided you have linked your account with it. Read More
Mandelduck Ltd has released a retro-style iOS game that gives players the opportunity to play with real bitcoins. It can be downloaded from the iTunes Store.
SaruTobi is a kind of platforming game in the style of traditional Nintendo and Sega side-scrolling games. The monkey Tobi hops, slides, and rushes through a jungle, while synth music plays in the background. Part of the fun involves Tobi swinging through the air using vines, where he can collect money. Unlike all other apps, this money is real. At the very least, it is played with bitcoins, which can either be used to buy tools like a jetpack or save them for a payout. Read More
There’s going to be a delay in the launch of the most anticipated iPhone X. A new leak states, the problems with iPhone X are increasing due to its new Face ID (a facial recognition sensor).
It is also rumoured (reported provided by MacRumours) that iPhone X stock will be very limited until the end of 2017 and early 2018. Apple will also miss it’s most predictable 2017 “super cycle”. The major reason for these significant problems is the mass production of ‘TrueDepth’ camera sensor, which iPhone X uses for its Face ID. Read More
For gamblers at heart, simply nothing beats the convenience of indulging in your favorite casino games on your computer and/or mobile device. But, most internet-based casinos are missing a very important element. That is, the feeling you get from live participation. This is something that usually can only be experienced by actually going to a real-life gamblers’ paradise. This is not the case here. This game-changing platform will take your casino gameplay to the next level. Read More
When comparing iOS to Android, Oreo version of Android has equivalent characters. However, not many Android users have access to the new version of it. However, developers are now trying to build support for these emojis for old Android users too. Apple, on the other hand, has announced the emojis but has not exactly given out the release date of iOS 11.1 or on its other devices. Read More
When you think of the ultimate gaming phone, it’s no secret that most people tend to think of an iPhone. The reason for this is simple: not only are iPhones the recipient of an awful lot of gaming releases (the recent Super Mario Run game was released on iPhone well in advance of its release date on Android), but the iPhone is just so user-friendly, one factor in it being named the world’s most popular smartphone in 2016. This popularity means that software developers know they can reach a huge audience if they develop a game that fits the functionality and features of the iPhone. Read More
In the world of mobile gaming, there are more choices available for gamers than ever before, with options ranging from soccer simulation games, remakes of classic platform titles like Super Mario Run, and games leaping on current technological advances like Pokemon Go, which is still very much bringing the world of augmented reality to the forefront of gaming. Read More
Apple just released iOS 11 – the next chapter of Apple’s mobile operating system and with it comes a all new redesigned App Store. Personally, I believe that instead of taking the App Store in the right direction – Apple has messed up the App Store completely. Apple’s plan was to redo the App Store so that it would be easier for users to discover new Apps and make it more simpler for developers to get their Apps in front of new customers, but the new design looks utterly confusing. Read More
Google’s App Tez is now available in the Google Play Store and the App Store, just before it’s official launch. The payment App is to be launched in Delhi today, where Finance Minister, Arun Jaitely will also be present. The App is somewhat similar to the App BHIM, and uses your mobile number, which is linked to your bank account. The App is available in seven different Indian languages, namely Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada and Bengali, and of course English. Along with your phone number, Google will also need you to sync the App with your Google account. Read More