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by on December 28th, 2012

Obnoxious callers is one issue faced by every one around the world, you can simply turn off your phone or you might miss an important call, not you can choose to accept the call to put an end to it. Android fixes this issue itself by giving the users the ability to blacklist callers, however, apple did not bother to do so and user’s only option is to wade it out. So, if you are using an iOS device and face this issue then Call Bliss is the perfect application for you, and the good news is that you don’t need jailbreak or any other hack to run it.

by on December 27th, 2012

Since Mobile Application stores boomed with games and applications, the gaming industry took a turn from hardcore high graphics game towards easy and fun to play arcade games. Although many developers like EA games, UBISOFT and Atari are still making games for Smartphone from their popular titles on full consoles, the truth is that they aren’t particularly loved like the games  angry birds, cut the rope and tiny wings. This is good news, it means that you don't have to have a quad core phone or a 2GB RAM to have a little fun time. The game that has caught our eyes this time is a title from a popular developer who brought us Cut the rope. Pudding monster’s is a fun puzzler game featuring 100+ levels of interactive game play with more levels promised with updates.

by on December 26th, 2012

Photo editing is not an easy job, people often believe that adding layers of different colors to the picture will make them a professional, but that is not the case. I am no professional at editing pictures either and deeply rely on tutorials and guides for smallest of tasks. The biggest and most annoying thing i find in the pictures is the presence of white background, what if you just want the logo, what if you want to use that “inside image” ? If you use Photoshop then there is a magic eraser button which will vanish the background for you, but in Corel draw there is no such tool, so, we are going to fix that with a small and easy tutorial to manage just that.

by on December 24th, 2012

Google chrome extension library is expanding day by day, and it is a good thing as well considering there is an Operating System based on just Google Chrome i.e. Chrome OS. There are few applications that are absolutely necessary/recommended, like Adblock, but it’s not that easy to find an extension that would eventually prove to be useful. We have grown to like the chrome app store and the versatility of application’s it provides and such an extension has caught our eyes. Image dictionary lets you search related image from the selected text with just a right click, it will pop up the related image in the same tab saving you a lot of time.

by on December 21st, 2012

QR codes are very useful and can save a lot of time provided you use them correctly. QR codes are as common as “Tinyurl” links, perhaps they are even better than that. QR codes very originally design for the Smartphone users so that they wont have to type the whole web address and they could just scan the code and be on their way. There are many applications that will let you create QR codes, but all of them will re direct to one URL, there is a Google Chrome extension which is rather clever. Smart QrCode Generator is a small extension which can be downloaded right into the browser, it can assist you in generating QR code out of pretty much everything.

by on December 20th, 2012

Apple started the trend of unibody smartphones, starting with original iPhone, the kept the trend throughout their lineup. The concept is great, and besides that; we know how reliable iOS has gotten. There is no running away from the fact that Applications on Apple products are rather stable and run without a hitch, but we must remember that it is a computer and will hang up eventually. Since the batteries are built into the design, you can just take the battery out to get your phone running again, however, there is a solution to this problem, infact, there are several procedures that you could take road of.

by on December 18th, 2012

One of the features enjoyed widely on android is the support of SWYPE texting. The feature allows users to slide on letter to form words and sentences without lifting your finger. SWYPE, which has been fairly popular on Android ever since it’s launch is available on Cydia to download on iOS devices, but not everyone jailbreak(s) their device. TouchPal Keyboard had been a major competitor for SWYPE keyboard on android, some even prefer it over SWYPE suggesting it behaves more naturally; the good news is the TouchPal Keyboard is now available for iOS users and what makes the news exciting is that it is not limited to Cydia store only.

by on December 18th, 2012

Google is having a great stint at Apple’s platform, with recent success thanks to Google maps, which hit 10 million downloads in 48 hours, the company has released yet another app. Google seems to like iOS more than android, i mean the official Google apps perform better on iOS than it’s on playground. The latest application released is a YouTube capture app which let’s the iOS users shoot and upload their videos instantly on YouTube, Google +, Facebook and share links on twitter.

by on December 14th, 2012

Usually it could be hard to find a decent applications and games on the App store, mainly because there are far too many apps and the good ones sometimes are found lost in them. Apple has decided to help users out a bit and has released the charts for the most popular and most downloaded Apps on iPhone and iPad platforms. So, if you are wondering what to download next then the list might help you out a it. The list of applications are great, and my two favourite apps have made the list Rayman and Where’s my water. The list on compiled in four sections, two for each, the iPhone and iPad revealing the top free apps and top paid apps. Without further to do, here is the complete list:

by on December 13th, 2012

Plug-ins really do have an impact on a browser’s reputation and popularity, look at Firefox and where it has got itself in midst of all this competition. Google seems to be finally moving steadily, and with it’s continuous growth, it is the best browser you can have on any operating system. Google has stocked up a lot of Plug-ins in it’s web store, many are rather useful like Adblock which will save you from spam and annoying ads, there is Evernote, the fabulous task manager and then there is the new Plug-in from Google itself which allows you to save pictures, audio files and videos directly to your Google drive. The Plug-in is called Save To Google Drive which is a much needed ad on for chrome browser, having said that, you had other options before such  as Save to drive which would do pretty much the same thing but an official plug-in speaks volume.

by on December 12th, 2012

Many of the windows 7 users have migrated to windows 8. Having said that, not all of the users would have deleted their Windows 7 installation, the reason being that they are more familiar with it. Once you boot up windows 8 and want to switch back to completely shut down windows 8 a problem arises. When you press the shutdown button from the charms bar in windows 8, the OS just puts the kernel in ‘hibernate’ mode, leaving applications running leaving the user session all behind. This was done to reduce the boot times. You do have options, you can add a custom shutdown button (which we will cover) or if you just want to switch to another windows you can use a built in option.

by on December 11th, 2012

It is usually typical for manufacturers to leave out candy features on their old devices while them being perfectly capable. Like the case of iPhone 3G and 3GS; 3Gs got up to iOS 6 iteration, meanwhile iPhone 3G which was pretty close in performance if not equal was left at iOS 4. Another example is Siri, which iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4 demonstrated that they could run it perfectly but Apple decided otherwise. Samsung turned to the same pages as well with their Galaxy S3, leaving the most awaited touchwiz feature to Galaxy S3 and Note-II, yes, we are talking about the Multi View windows. But not to worry, XDA has decided to take the matters in their own hands and a memer named ‘mythtrandyr’ has released a tweak which will give you the same features on your Galaxy SII.

by on December 11th, 2012

Have you ever wondered if iOS you go useless paces to change slightest of things, screen brightness for instance; you would have to go down to settings, display and change the brightness from there. While it is not a particularly challenging task but it would be great to have an option to tweak it from a widget or a shortcut. while the iPad users have the quick app switching which helps them with this issue, what about iPhone users? The thing is that issues like these are always handled by the development community. For Android you can find pretty much everything over at XDA, and for iOS there is one giant repository of tweaks, yes, Cydia.

by on December 5th, 2012

The main selling factor and the main reason why most of the people go for android is the customization options. Although other operating systems such as iOS and Windows Phone do provide these options, but in fairness they are not as flexible as android’s customization options. If you have an android device then you got off to a good start, now comes the difficult part, source if inspiration. Most of us would love to keep the devices as minimal and as simple as we could, but in a few days you will eventually get bored of the interface and want to spice things up. Recently, while going through a few websites i came across a website and i was stunned to find out how much work people have put into android interface customization and all you need to do it is a few cheap apps, ability to read and patience.

by on December 4th, 2012

Android market is booming with applications, every day several hundred or perhaps even thousands of applications make their way into the play store. But, not every one of those applications are, say “Worth it” and you usually delete them right away. The app we are going to take a look into today is a great one, it would require an Android device, a Windows and Mac running system and a Wi-Fi network. The application is called ‘Wifi Mouse’ and as the name suggests, it will let you control your mouse pointer through your Android device, pretty nifty right? i remember tinkering with my old K700i and it’s bluetooth to du just that, but doing the same on a touch screen feels different.