Use uTorrent From Your iPad or Android Device

The insanely famous Bit-torrent client, uTorrent has now added a web interface that lets you access your torrent data from anywhere in the world. You just need an internet connection along with a web browser to manage your torrents. The web interface is luckily not developed in Flash which makes it accessible from any iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Android device.

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Updated Google Maps Lets You Find Places Easily

Google Maps has been getting a lot of updates recently and Google is constantly looking out for new ways to let users find places easily and quickly. Today, Google has released Google Maps for Android version 4.4 which makes it really easy to find common places in any area.

Google has now added a dedicated place icon that lets you quickly look up nearby places and pick a place to go using the updated Place Pages, just like on your computer. On an Android device, you’d be able to find Places in the App Launcher area. The App would let your find specific places like coffee shops, restaurants, bars, hotels and lots more. When launched, It would present a customizable screen with icons for places arranged in a definite manner. You could tap or drag any icon to your home screen.

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Google Docs Viewer On Android, iPhone and iPad

Google Docs Viewer

Google has updated Google Docs on mobile platforms and it is now compatible with Google Docs viewer. Last week, Google announced Google Docs Viewer which lets you preview .doc and .docx files right in your browser. Today, it has been made compatible with Google Docs Mobile and you could even view PDF’s, doc, docx and PowerPoint presentations without needing to download it to your device.

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Apps Now Included in Search Results

Google’s mobile search engine is as powerful as the desktop version and is capable of carrying out complicated math functions and everything which the desktop version does. The mobile version just went a step further. Till date, before buying an App you do a bit of review online about the App. Searching for the App from Google Mobile Search renders links and results which lead you to the Android Market or the iPhone App Store. This is quite time consuming.

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Google’s New Ad Formats Take On iAd [PICS]

At Google I/O, Google announced Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo. Froyo comes along with many major improvements and features. One such great feature is the new Ads format which Google introduced.

iAd – Apple’s Mobile Advertising was about to change mobile advertising profoundly but Google’s major announcement could change things. These new Ad formats would work on Froyo. Much of the ideas of the Ad formats come from iAd, but some are new. Some new Ad formats which Google introduced were –

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Android on iPod Touch

We’ve seen hackers porting Google’s Mobile OS, Android to iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G. The same guys are back to work and wanna make Android run on iPod touches.

There isn’t any official date yet, but it is in the making. A blog post mentions that the hacker has been successful in porting Android on a first-gen iPod Touch but things such as WLAN, multitouch drivers and sound need some extra attention.

Anyways, anytime soon we could be hearing the announcement and let’s hope that this wiz-kid is able to port it on an iPad.

Android on iPhone 3G

A few days ago, David Wang posted a video demonstrating how he made Android to run on a first gen iPhone. He dual booted Android and iPhone OS and provided the steps required to achieve the goal.

Today, he has successfully managed to run Android on iPhone 3G. He says that this time the process is slightly risky but promises to put up a guide instructing users on how to run Android on iPhone 3G.

In the meanwhile, you could watch his iPhone 3G running on Android in the video below.