Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Now on 2.9% of all Android Devices

android icsAs of today, Android’s most popular version is Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread), with its latest version (4.0.X) still standing quite low. According to a new report and graphical representation in a pie chart, Android 2.3.X runs on around 2/3rds of ALL Android devices, with the ancient Android 2.2 running on like 25% of all Android devices. We also have the third Android release running on about 10% of devices, and the first two releases running on an extremely small number of devices.  Read More

Google Announces Gmail Tap, Kills The QWERTY Keyboard

gmail tapGoogle has just announced Gmail Tap, a brand new way for users to type using the Gmail App on their phones. Gmail Tap eliminates the use of a traditional QWERTY keyboard by just placing two keys on the display. Using the concept of Morse code which includes just a dot and a dash, Google has transformed the way users will be able to type using Gmail Tap. Read More

Wave Alarm Is A Motion Sensitive Alarm Alternative for your iPhone

Wave Alarm is a new iPhone and iPod touch App that is motion sensitive. When the alarm goes off, you don’t need to touch your screen to close it or snooze it, just wave it off with your hands and the tool will recognize it. It also acts as a great on-screen time keeper with an amazing user interface. We have posted a video demonstrating how it works. It is available for free in the App Store with ads, but for $1.99 you can remove the ads. Read More

Google Drive Screenshot Leaked

Google DriveRumors say that Google will soon launch a new service dubbed Google Drive. The service will be somewhat like Dropbox and will help you store your files in the cloud and access them from anywhere. TalkAndroid now has a new screenshot that gives us a glimpse of how the new webpage for the Google Drive will look like and it also reveals that Google will be offering upto a massive 5GB of free storage space for new users. Read More

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1 Click Flashlight Turns Your iPhone Flash Into A Torch (REVIEW)

Logo: 1 Click flashlightOne of the major features added when the iPhone 4 was introduced was the LED flash which was designed by Apple to work only in the camera Application that is stock with every iPhone. Developers globally discovered this as a major window for development of a new app that people could use as a torch on their new iPhone. Some of the first applications built for this very function were ‘iTorch 4’ and ‘Torch for iPhone’. Both of which are still quite popular within Apple’s App Store eco system. 1 Click Flash is new on the App Store, and its definitely putting up a somewhat decent fight to compete against the other Apps in this category, and because of this 1 Click Flashlight has already received over 400,000 downloads. Read More

Weave iPhone App Review [VIDEO]

We have kick started our new App review videos posting on our YouTube channel. For the very first review, we focused on a very unique App from Intuit Inc. dubbed “Weave”. The App is an all-in-one task manager as well as a complete project management App with inbuilt features for adding expenses, income, to-dos and more. Weave has an excellent user interface which makes the entire experience seamless. Moreover, it is available for free in the App Store which just adds more value to it. Read More