Ever wanted to download a picture from your picasa web album to your iPhone?or directly publish a picture from picasa or flickr to any of the social networking sites? Or wanted all your pictures to be arranged on a wall with effects? Well then here’s an app which would meet all your needs.
This cool app is known as Cooliris and is available on the Android as well as the iPhone. By using this app you could have all your web albums say picasa or flickr in one place. You could even download these pictures to your iPhone with just one touch. You could even add captions to your images and mark some precious ones as your favorites .
Another great thing is that you could directly share an image on any of the social networking sites! The app starts in landscape mode and you need to add your picasa or flickr usernames and the rest would happen on it’s own.
You could even watch popular YouTube videos playing!
All your pictures get arranged in a wall with dull lights in the background.
This app is even available for Google Chrome as an extension . This is a complete all in one and must have app for all kinds of users.
Ratings. : 9/10
Features : 10/10
Performance : 8/10
Price. : 10/10 (FREE)
Platforms : Android , iPhone/iPod touch , Google Chrome
The Macworld Expo is on January 27th and all eyes are on the Apple Tablet and iPhone OS 4.0. Till date the Apple Tablet is just a rumor and Apple has yet not claimed of any such device.
Apple even recently sent an email to journalists stating “come see our latest creation” . The word creation has been associated with either the iSlate or the iPhone OS version 4.0. People seem to have forgotten about Safari!
Currently Safari is in version 4.0 and lacks a bit of features when compared to modern browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. Safari 4 was announced by Apple during Feburary 2009.
Maybe Apple is looking foward to release a new version of Safari. Safari 5 would bring in the option of customization . Users could download themes, plugins etc from the App Store.
The rendering engine could get better and a few bugs could be addressed .
DO POST IN YOUR OPINIONS ABOUT SAFARI 5!
It has been long since Google and Apple have released their own browsers. Google released Chrome and Apple had safari. Today we take Google’s Chrome and Apple’s Safari for a test drive.
The iPhone / iPod touch firmware upgrade 3.1 added loads of new features and functionalities to these beloved devices. There are rumors floating around the iPhone world suggesting the release of a new iPhone OS version 4.0 .If rumors are to be believed , the release is scheduled on 27th january at the macworld expo . It is believed that some app developer sent an email to a news website informing about the iPhone OS 4.0!
Predictions to the 4.0 OS are:
In the clash of the Titans, only a few survive. Of the five operating systems of Google Android, iPhone OS, Blackberry OS, Windows Mobile and Symbian, the one released by Apple is the reigning one followed by Google.
Symbian, developed by Nokia, which was once ruling the roost, is now feeling the heat. As others are lured towards the Android and iPhone, the Symbian is in troubled waters. It seems that Nokia is fighting a losing battle, unless it comes out with game changing products with startling new features based on a Symbian upgrade or perhaps developed on a completely new platform itself.
However, unlike the Nexus One and the Apple Tablet, for which the world was waiting with bated breath, Nokia is yet to create the excitement. Will it be able to generate the market sentiment? Possibly, if they could come out with an innovation like a wearable mobile or human implants.
Microsoft says a security flaw in its Internet Explorer browser played a role in the recent computer attacks against Google and at least 20 other companies. They said the security hole can be closed by setting browser’s Internet security to “High”. The company has also released an update to fix the problem.
Google Chrome Beta on Windows has been updated to version 22.214.171.124.
1. The addition of internationalization support for extensions.
2. Adds a right-click context menu for Browser Actions and Page Actions.
3. Disables content scripts in Incognito mode.
4. Prevents extension popups from being dismissed when the focus changes from a child window of the popup, as it is the case with select popups
5. Enforces minimum version from the extension manifest.