Monthly Archives: June 2014

Google to Remove Quickoffice from App Store

In a recent announcement, Google said that it would be removing the Quickoffice app from Apple’s App Stores in the upcoming weeks. Google makes this move while it is on the lookout to incorporate Quickoffice into Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps. Though the present Quickoffice users are able to keep on using this app new users won’t be able ...

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Cinemama – App for Moms to Document Pregnancy

March of Dimes revealed a new app Cinemama. Just as the name suggests, with this app expectant mothers are able to document their constantly expanding bellies in the course of 40 weeks of pregnancy, while resting in the identical spot and in the identical pose. The end result is a slideshow movie of the growth all through the months. According ...

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McDonald’s Testing its Mobile Ordering App

McDonald’s has been testing a novel mobile app by which customers are able to order their much loved McFoods on phones. This “McDonald’s Mobile Ordering“ app asks the buyers to register their email addresses & credit / debit card info before they can give their orders & drive to the curbside check-in spot outside the store/ simply walk inside the ...

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App for Buying & Selling Parking Spots Asked to Shutdown

A novel app (Monkey Parking) which aims at making parking simpler (& more capitalistic) for drivers of Rome & San Francisco has been issued a cease-and-desist letter by San Francisco city law & City Attorney Dennis Herrera to cease its operations by July 11. It will face a lawsuit if it does not do so. All this is because this ...

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Why Apple Dropped Yahoo for its Weather App in iOS 8

Recently, various news sources reported that Apple was dropping Yahoo as the mediator of its weather App. This might mean a big loss to Yahoo as the firm’s CEO, Marissa Mayer has put in lots of efforts to boost the presence of the firm with the operating system of Apple’s mobile. Yahoo was acting as a middleman between the firms ...

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LinkedIn Launches New Job Search App

LinkedIn added a brand new Job Search App to its collection recently. The professional network launched its sixth standalone app, which is dedicated to job searches and the fourth that was launched during the last 18 month period. This app is designed to help people find new jobs and apply for them. The app has search filters for the job ...

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Apps Which Sends ‘Yo’ Greetings Raises $1 Million

The two letter word Yo and an app might sound a bit silly initially and can even make a veteran Yo-er hesitate at first. However we are giving a brief explanation! Yo is actually an app which performs actually what it says. Just push a button to send a Yo message to those on your contact list. Or Abel, the ...

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The New oSnap – A Messaging App to Send Smells

Next time you take a pic of your favourite food, why don’t you add smells to it? From next year, you will be able to add it to your photos. A free app for iPhone known as oSnap is now on to enable you to capture images and choose an area within the photo to hold those smells. To smell ...

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Latest Remote Desktop Apps Helps You Control Your PC Like Your Phone

Remote Desktop Apps are known for their efficiency while dealing with tablets as there is quite an area for display but they are not ideal for smartphones. But, wouldn’t it be good if you can have better control on your PC at home as if it was your phone app? Parallels’ is dealing with this challenge of offering different access ...

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Gippsland Medicare launches Black Pages App

Gippsland Medicare Local has unveiled its Black Pages app this Thursday to offer a guide to indigenous people about local services. Tanisha Smitherson, Team Leader, Closing the Gap, Gippsland Medicare Local said that the Black Pages app includes many services such as health services, transport, arts and culture, employment, education, community support etc. She also added that the main aim ...

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