Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and is now less than a month away. It’s a day where people in relationships or looking for a relationship, go out of their way to impress and to make their loved one feel special. Smartphones play a key part of most people’s everyday lives and they can certainly come in handy making sure that Valentine’s Day goes off with a bang too. With there being apps for almost everything these days which should you be downloading ahead of the main event? Read More
At the Code Media Conference, Apple’s head of content, Eddy Cue, announced the debut of the company’s very own TV show titled ‘Planet of the Apps’ which will presumably arrive exclusively on the Apple Music this spring. Eddy Cue sat down alongside Ben Silverman for an interview. Silverman is one of the minds behind the show, making the series a central topic of the interview. Read More
Google has come up with a new feature in Google Maps which lets you navigate to multiple destinations simultaneously when you want to look for directions in your android. Before this feature, if you wanted to look for other destinations during an ongoing navigation trip on your android phone then you had to close that ongoing trip and then start a new navigation trip.
More than 250 Apps were banned by Apple for secretly accessing stored user’s personal information. According to SourceDNA, which found the bug, all these Apps were using a software from an advertising company called Youmi. Read More
Great news for all you Android users – a new and transformed Google Play Store design is on its way.
Kirill Grouchnikov, the software engineer at Google, recently shared a few pictures of the new Play Store on his Google+ account. Even though it’s not very clear what can be expected, it’s certain from the pictures that it’s renewed, with smooth animations and a fun new layout. Read More
We are all used to Google’s habit of working backstage. Yes, they have performed backstage yet again, this time boasting a whole new User Interface for their app search result on mobile. Read More
2014 was the year of gadgets and operating systems. We witnessed the unveiling of the new iPhones with the iPhone 6 Plus sporting the biggest screen ever of any Apple phones. With a 5.5” screen it defied Steve Jobs’ rule of being able to use a phone with just one hand. Apple broke another rule by introducing an entry-level Mac at a fantastic low price. From Google there came Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, both an excellent new phone and tablet, respectively. And, of course, there were the smartwatches from both the giants. If this were not all, we also saw the arrival of iOS 8, Yosemite and Lollipop, and with these we got better performance, Continuity, and Material Design. But next year will be the year of the Apps! Read More
Nielsen recently did a research on how many Apps do users actually use and how much time they spend on their mobile phones. According to the report, U.S. Android and iPhone users who are 18 years and over are spending more time each month on their Apps than they did two years ago. From spending 18 hours 18 minutes in Q4 2011 users are now putting in 30 hours 15 minutes in Q4 2013, which shows 65% increase in time spent on phones. Read More
Finally, Apps will now automatically get updated in iOS 7. While iOS 7 boasts a huge “flat” design change, the App Store largely remains identical to the previous version. “Apps Near Me” is a new feature that will allow users to discover the Apps being used near you. Parents will also be pleased to learn that they can now filter Apps based on age ranges. Read More
Unlike Windows, uninstalling Mac Apps that have not been downloaded from the Mac App Store can be a pain. There are many uninstallers that help you uninstall Mac Apps, but the most efficient and free one is AppCleaner. AppCleaner is simply amazing. It features an intuitive drag and drop interface that allows you to simply drop Apps into the desired area to delete all files associated with it. Read More