Google Calendar Wants to Become Your Trainer in Achieving Goals

April 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Be it exercise or any other skill learning, we do need a gentle push from behind to keep us ticking in achieving it. Now, technology is coming at your aid in the form of Google Calendars. The company has just added a new feature, called Goals, in the latest update of the app falling in […]

Periscope to Soon Let You Sketch Doodles on Streaming Videos

April 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s entry into live stream has witnessed the adoption of many features from Twitter’s Periscope services. And now, it seems that Periscope is turning its sight into Snapchat to get its live stream video service overhauled. Currently, the Twitter-owned platform is testing a new feature for its beta users which would let broadcasters sketch doodles […]

iOS 9.3.1 Has Got a Handy Bug Hidden Inside

April 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The reason behind the sudden flushing out of iOS 9.3.1 was that the previous 9.3 version was so bug-laden. Users who get their iOS updated did find it to be useful in suppressing many bugs, but there were still many present, along with some new ones. Interestingly, one among those bugs is now appearing to […]

Reddit App Instantly Tops the Chart Following Official Launch

April 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was a long wait for smartphone users to get their hands on the official Reddit app. The wait came to an end recently, after Reddit finally rolled out the official app following months of beta. And it now appears that the app has become an instant favorite at the app stores. According to data […]

Apple Finally Will Let You Hide Unwanted Apps

April 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple stock apps do not fall under the ‘frequently used’ category. They remain ones that make the iOS Springboard appear clumsier. Until now, the only possible option was to group them under a folder so that they don’t remain scattered. But users can now stay relieved knowing that the company is planning to bring an […]

BlackBerry Marshmallow Beta for Priv Launches Amid Struggling Sales

April 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry has announced that its first Android output, the BlackBerry Priv, will soon have the latest update of the operation system it runs – Android Marshmallow. Users of the BlackBerry Priv can now have access to the public beta of the Android Marshmallow OS in their devices, which currently runs the older Android Lollipop version […]

Miitomo, Nintendo’s First Smartphone App, Goes Global

April 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nintendo has retained its unique-bizarre trait very well with the new Miitomo app that got launched initially in Japan. Now, they are taking the strangeness all the way to the west as the app now finally gets a global release. Miitomo’s role as a social hub was much discussed even before it made its debut […]

Android Camera to Get Visual Search Features without Goggles

March 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Live visual searches became no more a distant reality back when Google introduced the Goggles services. Despite having capabilities like visual recognition of captured images and signboard, language recognition, Goggles is still not an app that’s a hot favourite among the Android users. But Google is planning to change that. There aren’t any promotional works […]

Apple Rolls Out iOS 9.3 with Night Shift Mode

March 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Loop You In event by Apple witnessed some key hardware launches, including a 9.7-inch sized iPad Pro and a new 4-inch iPhone 5 SE smartphone. Along with that, Apple had also kept their software products readied up for the launch, and iOS users will be happy to know that version 9.3 of the OS […]

LastPass Spins Out New App for Secure, Easier Two-Factor Authentication

March 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LasPass is handing out a sense of relief for all smartphone users, amidst the battle over encryption. The popular security service provider has now rolled out a new dedicated two-factor authentication app of their own with considerable improvement over the rest. Called LastPass Authenticator, the new app from the company offers two-factor authentication for its […]

Samsung C-Labs Wants to Enrich Virtual Reality with a New Dimension

March 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Whether it makes you feel the dimensions of depth or not, Virtual Reality does have the finesse to immerse users in a world isolated from their real-life. Now, tech behemoth Samsung is looking forward to bring that extra punch to VR by making people further soaked in the VR world. The idea comes from the […]

Skype for Web Upgrades Voice Calling along with a Few Other Perks

March 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A big overhaul is on its way for all Skype users access the service via web. Microsoft has announced a few big upgrades for Skype for Web which will now hand over phone calling services to the browser-based Skype services. The web services from Skype where launched in beta form a few months back for […]

Google Now will Soon Pick your Voices Extensively in Offline Mode

March 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Now is apparently a beloved pal of all who have got their hands upon it. Yet, at many stage would we all have wished for a personal assistant to listen to our voices more actively when working offline. But don’t worry folks; Google will have it covered for you. Your personal assistant in Android […]

Microsoft Now Facilitates Migration of Your Evernote Notes to OneNote

March 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Despite having a partial pullout from its business, Evernote still has got its note services pioneering the segment. But rivals Microsoft is now gearing up to take benefit of the scenario by luring Evernote users to its similar platform, OneNote. A new update on the OneNote service means that users can easily import their notes […]

Cola App Goes Live on App Store; Make Your Text Conversations More Interactive

March 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There are many who believe that their smartphone devices are meant for texting, texting and just texting. It’s for these users that some app developers push the limits to come up with something out of the box so frequently. Some of them get the users excited; some of them get shunned. A new app called […]

© 2008-2012 - All rights reserved | Privacy Policy