As we just reported, The Android Market and Google’s entertainment services have been made to fit under a single brand, Google Play. The transition has started to take place and you should have the Google Play services on your Android devices soon. To update from your Android Market to the Google Play Store, here are the steps you need to follow (you need to be connected to the internet). Read More
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If the latest rumors prove to be true, Apple could unveil the world’s most awesome tablet, the iPad 3 featuring a revolutionary and groundbreaking technology that will enable the screen to emulate a texture that can be felt by the user.
Over recent times, the Android Market has got better and better, and we recently reported that the application size limit had been increased from 50MB to a monstrous 4GB. Its good to see Google making these changes and making its Application Market better and better, but the biggest thing up Google’s sleeve yet, as now been introduced to us as……. wait for it……. Google Play!
With its simplistic user interface and robust development structure, RateThis! Is a fun and interesting App, which is free on the App Store. It sometimes appears that CookieJar Solutions have based this App on a website called ‘Rate This Object dot com’, which is no longer around these days. So it is nice to see a version of this website brought onto the mobile application platform. Read More
As we posted a few days back, the iPad 3 is going to be announced on March 7, but we didn’t know anything about the pricing and date of availability, until now. 9to5Mac has cleared rumors that said that the iPad 3 will be more expensive than the iPad 2 by reporting that one of their sources told them that the pricing structure for the new iPad will be identical to the current one, which ranges from just $499 for the 16GB WiFi model to a hefty, wallet hurting amount of $829 for the 64GB 3G+WiFi model. This news is relieving, now that we know that the iPad 3 will cost the same, but it shouldn’t come as a surprise for most of us, since Apple always seems to either keep the price consistent, or in the case of the iPod touch, decrease it by a bit.
In this DevDialogue, we have a chat with the founders of StockTouch. StockTouch is an iOS App that presents to you your stocks in a revolutionary interface. While the response from the community about the App has been mixed, we take a look at the behind the scenes picture. This one is a good read. Read More
Go to Apple’s website now and you’ll notice that the countdown ticker to the 25th billion App has been replaced by a note that says “A billion thanks. 25 times over.”. The 25th billion App from the App Store has been downloaded on March 2nd and someone would have just one a $10,000 gift card from Apple. Read More
In this giveaway, we bring to your 15 promo codes of FileAngel Lite. FileAngel Lite for Mac is available in the Mac App Store for $59.99 and you can get it for free. So what does this App do so well for the cost? This App allows you to browse and recover your deleted files. If you accidentally deleted a music file or a picture and can’t even find it in the recycle bin, this App will help you recover it. Life saver, isn’t it? Read More
Yesterday, Twitter officially announced that ads are now coming to the Twitter applications for the two most popular mobile platforms Twitter is used on, Android and iOS, unlike their previous policy which stated that there would be ads in the mobile version of their twitter website only which would be accessible via mobile.twitter.com. Read More
Apple has began sending out invites for its March 7th event being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday at 10 a.m. PST. Looking at the picture, it is clear that the company will announce iPad 3 at the event and also the Apple TV on March 7th. Read More