Which map is best… ?

Today's world is integrated and a good mapping software enhances this integration. Any new buyer going to buy a phone lists Maps as an important aspect while buying a new smart phone.   On the scale of 10, maps rate about 4 to 5 for being a pre-requisite add on. But recent stories about Apples IOS sending users to forest, it is important to compare the maps available on various smart phones. Android: Google Maps (Developed by Google...

Read More

Google Maps for iPhone released

Google has released its native Maps application for the iPhone. Check the video review after the break. Google Maps includes vector drawn maps for faster loading, voice guided turn-by-turn navigation, public transit directions, street view, live traffic conditions and more. The app is still not optimized for the iPad and is available for free from the App Store....

Read More

Free Apps for mobile phones to access and edit Wikipedia

Wikipedia is the world foremost website for information and knowledge of all things possible. If you want to access it or edit it (if you are registered with Wikipedia) here are 6 free apps for mobiles with their reviews. Wikipedia: for Android, iOS(named Wikipedia Mobile) and Blackberry: This is official Wikipedia app and displays Wikipedia in 280-odd languages. You can share the information using the Share function while another...

Read More

Hike, the new instant messenger in town

Want to have free messaging for life? Get Hike. This is WhatsApp like app but with a lifetime free messaging opportunity. Hike is a new Instant messenger launched by Indian Developers. It is easy, sleek and has an elegant interface. Whats more its free for life.The other great advantage is you can send 100 SMS's to non Hike users, who can read the messages in the native SMS inbox. The developers are very positive to the reception this...

Read More

Gmail 2.0 out for iOS

Google has launched Gmail 2.0 native app for iOS with a new look and multiple accounts support. Gmail 2.0 has new look, it's sleeker and is almost to the par with the Android version launched last week by Google. The official Gmail blog stated that the work on Gmail 2.0 had begun 6 months ago. The app has support for Google calender and Google + and now you can comment and +1 directly from the app. The search feature also have...

Read More

App Update: Twitter gets an update for both iOS and Android

A new update arrived for Twitter on both the iOS and Android platforms with a whole set of new features. Check out the entire change log: Twitter for Android v3.5.0: What's in this version: There's a lot more to see and enjoy when you visit Discover or search. What's new: See what's popular on Discover. Tweets now appear right in the stream These Tweets show photo, video, and article previews so you can engage easily Get a new...

Read More