Monthly Archives: March 2014

Microsoft Unleashes Office Apps for iPad Users

Microsoft has unveiled its iPad version for its famous Office Software Suite which is a breakthrough in the new era. This new app budding under the CEO of the firm assures to deliver much attention on the device that the users are using rather than trying to protect its Window Franchise. On Thursday, Microsoft launched the much expected iPad app ...

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Vodafone Collaborates with Disney in India to Launch Games and Apps

Vodafone has established a tie-up with the animation giant Disney in India to launch premium quality games and apps. This means all the games and apps by Vodafone would be powered by Disney in India. Disney would offer premium games and apps for the smartphone users, said the company in a press release. Disney India would offer full service content ...

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Nokia Launches Pocket Magnifier App for Windows Phone 8

A new app has been launched by Nokia called as Pocket Magnifier for its Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 handsets. This exclusive app created by the Finnish mobile giant is the creation affiliated to RNIB or Royal National Institute of Blind People, UK. Those owners of Smartphones with issues in their vision can use the display of their Nokia Lumia as ...

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FireChat App Uncovers Unknown iOS Feature

Apple store rolled out an impressive app last week, FireChat that is a brand new messaging service for iOS. This is known as Multiplier Connectivity Framework, which is the other name for the feature that can allow the users to communicate with each other using Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. This app not only allows you to message your contacts or send ...

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Alibaba to Spend a Whopping $215 Million on Tango Messaging App

Chinese Internet giant Alibaba is planning to make a huge bet on messaging space. According to sources, the company is planning to spend about $215 million for a small stake in Tango, the app for messaging and free calls. This investment is a share of the $280 million that is held by Alibaba and would also have other investors in ...

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Cloak, The Antisocial App Can Hide You From Unwanted People

Bumping accidentally in to your ex flame or their current partners can be the worst thing in life even in the era of social media marketing. However, a new antisocial app can help you avoid such unwanted meetings. This new app called Cloak can find and map the contacts in the vicinity of your location using the data from other ...

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A Game Similar to Tamagotchi Launched on Pebble Smartwatch

The Pebble makers have made an announcement yesterday at the Games Developer about three brand new games app for the Smartwatch. They added that they hoped to fill up the gadget with lots of casual games and mini games. The most notable one is Hatchi – a game that is similar to Tamagotchi – that been featured in Pebble. The ...

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Google Offers Better Protection for Buying Apps

The latest update of Google Play allows users to set the levels of difficulty to install any kind of apps on their Smartphone or tablet. This simple tweak would be highly welcomed by parents as it allows them to restrict their kids from downloading all kinds of apps using their gadget. This brand new option allows users to set their ...

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This App Lets You Read a Novel in 80 Minutes!

If you always wished to read War and Peace, but always thought that you needed some super reading skills to read this creation of Tolstoy, then this new app is the right choice for you. After working on this app in what is described as a ‘stealth mode’ by the U.S. technology start up Spritz for almost 3 years, the ...

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Whisper: The Anonymous Social Media App Is Creating Stir

Whisper is the buzz word among the latest social app users which has caused quite a fever this week. Reports reveal that the firm has raised $30 million as funds with a value of $200 million within 6 months after it collected $21 million in its last round. It can be understood without saying that venture capitalists are much more ...

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