Google Chrome Coming to iOS Soon

Google Chrome on AndroidFor the moment, Google Chrome is arguably the best internet browser for Macs and Windows computers, and now, according to a report by an analyst, you may be able to carry Chrome around in your pocket if you are an iOS device owner. That’s right, Google Chrome is apparently coming to iOS for the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad. Read More

FreakDroid Is A Robot With A Thing For Movies

FreakDroid is a new iPhone and Android App which includes a robot who has a thing or two for movies. The robot is witty and claims to know all about movies. In FreakDroid, if you think you are a movie buff and are up to the challenge, you can connect with your Facebook account to take a quiz which will ask you all about films. Questions seem to be updated on a daily basis. Read More

TinyCo Says Amazon App Store Beats Google Play And Even iOS

imageTinyCo, an application development company have shared their revenue sources and shed light on which company generates more revenue per user. TinyCo prepared a chart for revenues that come in for the game Tiny Village from the Apple App Store, Amazon App Store and Google Play. It appears that for TinyCo, the Amazon App Store has been performing way above expectations and also leaves behind the Apple App Store in terms of revenue. For devices including phones and tablets, 100% of the revenue comes in from the Apple App Store, 180% from the Amazon App Store and 65% from Google Play. Read More

Ads Now A Part of Twitter on iOS and Android

twitter adsYesterday, Twitter officially announced that ads are now coming to the Twitter applications for the two most popular mobile platforms Twitter is used on, Android and iOS, unlike their previous policy which stated that there would be ads in the mobile version of their twitter website only which would be accessible via mobile.twitter.com. Read More

Siri May Not Be Exclusive To Apple For Long

Siri - Android?

Siri has been the highlight of Apple’s new iPhone, but will it be exclusive to Apple for much longer? Reports state that “hackers” have come to the conclusion that any device with a microphone and an internet connection has the ability to run Siri. All it requires is a single line of code to make it work. Read More

Steve Wozniak Gets Galaxy Nexus Early. Hangs Out With Google Team

Steve Wozniak, the co founder of Apple Inc. was surprisingly spotted at the Google Mountain View headquarters. The Apple cofounder is usually spotted in lines waiting for a new Apple device to be released. He was also recently waiting in line at the Los Gatos Apple Store to get the iPhone 4S, but this time the venue was different. Read More