There are loads of things in the name of apps you have installed already on your android devices and you keep a track also of the new and top application in the play store. We came across some of the apps which are not much known and doesnt being popularised so much but they are really worth being used:
Announced at the same time on the same stage and running the same software, the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 couldn't be more different. As part of BlackBerry's all-in gamble on reinventing itself, the two smartphones are aimed at two very different customers.
BlackBerry launched its much-awaited Q10 smartphone in the country at a premium price of Rs 44,990 targetting high-end customers. It will be available for sale in 20 cities across 1,000 stores from today.
Samsung has been receiving a lot of flak from users of its flagship, the Galaxy S4. You see, the base model of the Galaxy S4 was advertised as having 16GB of storage, but it only gives you 9.15GB of space to store your data or for installing apps. However, all that will soon be a gripe of the past, as Samsung has begun rolling out a firmware update for the Galaxy S4 that gives users access to more space on the internal storage. The update also brings a lot of improvements, enhancements and bug fixes.
The Micromax A116 Canvas HD has just seen its first major update released, which adds several cool new features and delivers a fix for the low GPS lock issue.
The rumors are flying everywhere about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 getting updated to Jelly Bean 4.2, but as of now, we have no freakin' idea when. Among all of the features sported in the update, Photo Sphere is one of the more popular, allowing you to snap incredible and immersive 360 degree photographs.
LAVA International's latest product in the market, the Xolo Q700, has been priced safely within the Rs 10,000 bracket. The manufacturer claims that it's the world’s first multi-profile Android smartphone, a feature which is usually seen on tablets running Jelly Bean. The phone sports a quad-core processor with an IPS display running Google’s latest Jelly Bean v4.2 operating system. The device looks smart, but does it pack enough performance and features to woo consumers? Let’s take a look.
The hybrid tablet-laptop segment is getting more exciting by the day. Here’s a deal: If you find blowing up almost a lakh on a fancy high-end hybrid Windows 8 device ridiculous, how about a sweet-looking mainstream device for less than half the price? Rest assured it will run all the basic everyday applications without any hiccups and you’ll get at least nine hours of battery life—now that’s a real road warrior! We got our hands on the first such device, the Acer Iconia W510, which currently is the only option in its price band.
You just bought yourself a new Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 and you are impressed with your investment. The smartphone was shipped to you with an older operating system version of Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 and the shopkeeper informed you to go ahead and update it from the Internet. You readily agreed and went home to start the phone and set up the email accounts and all the necessary applications on it. You also noticed the update from Samsung available and went ahead to install it. Now that you are pleased with the performance, you want to root it. Uh-oh! You went through a lot of websites online to find a method to root it and got the easiest one out. But it happened to be working on the older version of the operating system. Unfortunately, you have already updated to the latest firmware version from the Internet. Now your smartphone shows you the version or build number as "I9500XXUAMDK", which is not being rooted with the older method. So, how do you root your S4?
Micromax has quietly launched a quad-core version of its ultrapopular A110 Canvas 2 smartphone. The A110Q Canvas 2 Plus is currently available through the company’s website for Rs 12,100.
Neither Babble nor Babel, Google has finally named its much-talked about cross-platform messaging app as Hangouts. By the look of it, Hangouts appears to be a perfect combo of Google’s cool communication features, all brought under one roof. With the likes of iMessage, WhatsApp, Skype and several other instant/social messaging apps, though late, the company has given its messaging platform a much-needed facelift. Basically, Google has merged its key communication channels such as Google+ Hangouts, Voice, Google Talk and the Google+ Messenger. Here’s a quick look at what Google’s new unified cross-messaging platform is all about.
Microsoft has unveiled its next-gen console—dubbed the Xbox One. Instead of just specialising in gaming, however, the company has gone for an all-in-one approach with features on the new console aimed at taking over the living room instead of just offering a gaming machine. The Xbox One was unveiled during an event held by Microsoft last night.
Bigger than the Note but not as bright. Not saying anything. We wouldn't want to get this guy upset. So, careful with the F-word. And no, not phablet, obviously. Though at 8mm, the Samsung Galaxy Mega technically isn't fat. There has been no such thing as size limit for Samsung but is the Galaxy Mega 6.3 already pushing it too far? The massive 6.3" screen puts the bigger one of the Mega brothers well into the upper range of phablets and almost into tablet territory.
i’m Watch is much more than a watch. It’s a latest generation device that makes the most of your smartphone. With i’m Watch you can leave the phone in your pocket, in your purse or on your desk. Starting from Rs. 13999.00.
Google‘s I/O event might not start until tomorrow, but a few goodies have already made their way to the surface tonight, including an updated Google Play Store that is rolling out to users now. With the update comes a handful of changes that were both needed and a long time coming, and that aside there are a bunch of features added to the Google Play Services framework. We’ve got a rundown after the jump, as well as download links.
Announced alongside the Facebook Home launcher, the HTC First for AT&T is the first smartphone to feature the social network's Android add-on out of the box. Launching a dedicated "Facebook phone" isn't an unfamiliar affair for HTC - back in 2011, the Taiwanese manufacturer released the Salsa and ChaCha duo of entry-level devices.
HTC First official photos
HTC First official photos
It has been a long wait but the Nexus 4 has finally landed in India through official channels. But it's LG and not Google that has taken the initiative.
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