Angry Birds 2: Love It! But $$$

Angry Birds 2Rovio, the creator of Angry Birds released Angry Birds 2, which has been receiving criticism for its expensive in-app purchases from gamers all around the world. Despite the existence of all those spin-offs – Angry Birds Star Wars, Bad Piggies, Angry Birds Stella, etc., Angry Birds 2 has been labelled as a proper sequel to the original game. Notching up to 20 million downloads in one week, it seems that people still are keen on flying furious birds and crushing all those bad piggies. The sequel is getting mixed reviews with some players appreciating the graphics and the gameplay, while others are disappointed with the lack of pace due to expensive in-app purchases. Read More

Twitter Gets “News” Tab On Mobile

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Twitter has started testing a “News” tab feature for its Android and iOS users in the US and in Japan in its quest to keep people using the service longer. The “News” tab has been between the Home, Notifications, Messages and Profile Tabs. A tap on the News icon will bring up a screen that features an image, a block of text from the report and associated tweets. The feature could certainly become a valuable part of the service if it can be customised to focus on the users specific areas of interest – sports, current affairs, music, etc. Read More

YouTube – No More Home To Music Videos?

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YouTube has, over the years, become a free music service for thousands of people all across the globe. According to sources, three major record labels are considering their options to take off music videos from YouTube due to lack of revenue from Google and its slow paced efforts to add paid tiers and better monetize the service. With the labels having very little say in context to the platform’s grip on its ad policy, sales channel and monetization, the platform also pays the lowest royalty rate amongst its competitors with a split of 45% to YouTube and 55% to the respective label. Read More

Budget Sense For iOS – Managing Money Made Easy (Review)

Budget Sense Logo 1Ever wondered where, how and when did all the money vanish! Enter – Budget Sense. Budget Sense is an App for iOS and is a smart way of keeping accounts and managing your hard-earned money. Budget Sense provides analytical data about your expenditure and income. You can gather all this information to cut down on your expenditure and increase your savings. Read More

Anytime Gallery For Wear (Review)

Anytime Gallery LogoWe know by now that wearables is the new ‘it’ thing that all the leading conglomerates in technology are scrambling to get right; and for good reason. Predictably, this has led to the increase in the number of Apps that are being brought out to target this new need. Anytime Gallery for Wear is one such App that is striving to make the use of wearables convenient for you. The App is here to make transferring and syncing your photos from your phones and tablets to your Android Watch easier. Read More

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An Interview With The CEO Of ChefsFeed – Rich Maggiotto

ChefsFeed LogoWe would all be happy if the reviews by ‘real people’ about restaurants were past “I hated it! It took them 5 minutes to get my order! *insert abuses written in internet slang*”. Well, let’s move past that utopian idea and talk about ChefsFeed – an App that brings us reviews from professional chefs! So now, you won’t be considered a liar if your answer to the question, “Who recommended this place to you?” is “Mario Batali did.” Along with their refreshing business model, ChefsFeed’s CEO Rich Maggiotto had a few other interesting things to share with us. Read More