According to Steve Jobs, Flash is a technology that is going to become obsolete in a few years and HTML5 would become the next big thing. He believes that Flash makes devices slow, prone to crashes and drains battery life and therefore Apple decided not to use Flash on iPods, iPhones and iPads.
A new Social Networking App dubbed Friendly – Facebook Browser popped up on the New and Noteworthy App list on the App Store. Friendly is a Facebook client for the iPad and is the best way to interact with Facebook on iPad. The App is available for download from the App Store for $4.99 and is totally worth the money.
You all must have already heard about Flipboard by now. For those who haven’t, it is a free App available on the App Store which presents Facebook, Twitter and news from different sections in a magazine like manner.
Social Media is on an incremental rise and for some, privacy doesn’t even matter. Staying close with family and friends makes them feel better and every morning people wake up with an urge to check their Facebook or Twitter accounts.
Both Facebook and Twitter have an iPhone as well as Android App of their own. But sadly, you need to keep on switching between the two and without multitasking – it’s a pain.
Google Mobile, the Mobile App by Google which brings Google Search and the rest of the Google Services to your mobile device including Android, iPhone or even Windows Mobile, is now on Twitter and Facebook.
Google Mobile plans to increase communication and receive greater feedback from users, hence it has signed up on Twitter and Facebook. This isn’t Google’s first entry to social media services. Other Google Services such as YouTube, Earth, Maps and more have been present for a long time.
To follow Google Mobile on Twitter, simply go to twitter.com/googlemobile. You could even follow them on Facebook by clicking the like button on their page. Go to facebook.com/googlemobile and click like.
Referring to Facebook and Twitter, don’t forget to follow TheAppleGoogle on Twitter as well as Facebook.