The most addictive game, Angry Birds for Android has been updated. This update adds 30 challenging levels that would surely eat up your work hours. The game now also includes a graphic toggle for lower end devices, and 15 more levels are coming soon. Get it from here.
Etude for iOS is an App that every budding and expert pianist should have. Etude is the ultimate way to learn to play music on the piano. The App displays crisp clear sheet music, helps to learn the keys to press on the keyboard at each moment, browse loads of free music available, and listen to music using the in-built synthesizer. As the developer describes it, the App is “Sheet music on Steroids.” We talked to Daniel Grover to learn more about the App, and its phenomenal success story.
Google has released Chrome 9 stable that includes support for WebGL, Chrome Instant and the Chrome Web Store. The updated browser is also now much more stable, secure and faster.
Today’s Google event was exciting. Google showed off Honeycomb, Android Web Market and other amazing things. One thing that many application developers were waiting for was In-App purchasing. With In-App purchasing, users can purchase virtual points, buy songs, add levels and other things from within the App.
The Android Market is now completely viewable and operational from your browser. At an event today, Google unveiled its latest version of Android for tablets and also the Android Web Store. Similar to the Chrome web store, the Android web market gives you access to all the Apps in the Android Market.
At an event today, News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch along with Apple’s Eddy Cue announced “The Daily” iPad App. The App plans to revolutionize the newspaper industry and as Rupert Murdoch says, “New times demand new journalism.”
Bump, a magical app that allows you share content like music, pictures and contacts by just bumping two devices wirelessly has received an update that adds an exciting new feature called – “App Sharing”. App Sharing would now allow you to share Apps with your friends by simply bumping the two devices.