Play Exciting Ball Games in Throw Em Balls for iOS, Extremely Fun (REVIEW)

Throw Em Balls for iOS is simply amazing. Believe me, you’ll have tons of fun playing the game on your iOS device. In fact, I just gained 10,000 points by playing the game quickly. Alright, so let’s get to the point. In Throw Em Balls, you’ve got various ball relate sport games which you need to master in order to gain some cool points and unlock other games. Read More

Make your Android Battery Last Longer With GreenPower (REVIEW)

You would, most probably, have come across that one moment when take your phone out of your pocket and then you notice it is dead or your phone was just 100% charged and then in the blink of an eye it was 0%. Nowadays our smartphones are using too much juice in the background that hardly any of it is left for the user. So Binary Mango AS made came up with GreenPower to make sure that your phone last longer while doing the same stuff. Read More

Only Allow Selective Calls With On Call for Android (REVIEW)

On Call for Android is a real life saver. There are times when you wish that all calls be blocked so you can probably attend the extremely important meeting of yours, but still be able to receive calls from your closest friends or family. On Call does exactly that. You can filter calls. Those contacts on your On Call favorites list will be allowed to call you when OnCall is activated. The rest will be blocked. Read More

Track Almost About Everything Going On Your iPhone or Android Device With Mobile Spy

Mobile Spy allows you to track iMessages, text messages, web activity, phone calls, photos, videos, email and lots of other things via an incredibly powerful control panel. Mobile Spy is monitoring software for mobile phones which helps users track activity logged on mobile phones like the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and even Symbian. The software is extremely powerful. Working as a SaaS, MobileSpy will help you track every single activity performed via a mobile device. A demo version of the software can be viewed here. Read More

The New iPod Touch Does Not Include An Ambient Light Sensor, Here’s Why

Light SensorThe all new larger screen iPod touches don’t include an ambient light sensor for automatic adjusting of the screen brightness. In an email sent to the read of iDownloadBlog, Phil Schiller (Apple VP of Worldwide Marketing) explains that a light sensor cannot be accommodated in the device because it is extremely thin. There appears to be just no space for it. Read More

Google Maps for iOS Screenshot Leaked

Google Maps leaked iOSA new leaked screenshot shows what could be the upcoming Google Maps App for iOS devices. The interface does not look as neat as the previous Maps App, but the data that Google holds is certainly extremely valuable. Google also confirmed earlier that they have not yet submitted the App to the Apple App Store, but it is under development. Google probably wants to let users hate Apple Maps as much as they can and then finally come up with a version that works. Read More

Rumor: iPad Mini Event on October 23

iPad MiniApple is rumored to hold the iPad Mini event on October 23, according to numerous sources. AllThingsD reports that the invite only iPad Mini event will be held this month in Apple’s Town Hall auditorium. Here is what John Paczkowski from AllThingsD claims –

Apple will hold a special event this month at which it will showcase a new, smaller iPad. People familiar with Apple’s plans tell us that the company will unveil the so-called “iPad mini” on October 23 at an invitation-only event… Sources declined to specify where the event is to be held, and I’ve not been able to confirm a location.

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