Looks like WhatsApp just got updated to fix a couple of major bugs for Samsung and ICS users. If you’re not familiar with WhatsApp, it’s an app that allows you to text people using your data plan, not your texting plan. It also has quite a few cool features along with group chatting, and the best feature is that it’s completely free! You can also text international for no additional charges, pretty cool app right? WhatsApp is one of the most popular Social apps in the Android Market right now, and is available on every smartphone platform including Blackberry, Symbian, iOS, and webOS.
Here’s the full changelog for version [...]
If you’re fond of using Google Voice app on your Android smartphone, you’ll be pleased with this bit of news!
Google Voice has just received an update to version 0.4.2.44—which provides a few tweaks, as well as a complete UI overhaul for both Android Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich. Another new feature that the update provides is the ability to queue outgoing text messages. With this new update, failed messages can be sent first as soon as data connectivity has been restored.
Now isn’t that exciting? You no longer have to tinker around with the app as it will do it for you!
If you’ve already updated your Google Voice app, how’s it going so [...]
Among the biggest problems of people who use their smartphones while walking is bumping into things, tripping, and even falling into potholes (yes, it happens!). So as an answer to this, an app has been created under the name of Transparent Screen. The app allows you to use your phone while walking so you don’t get yourself into an accident.
Although it really isn’t something new to boast of, Transparent Screen has a different approach for usability. Instead of just focusing on texting and walking, the app turns each user’s entire Android experience into a translucent one. Compared to other apps that provide this feature, Transparent Screen works on any part of the [...]
It seems like all the developers of the major social apps decided to update their app around the same time. Yesterday Seesmic got it’s first update in a very long time. Foursquare just got updated not to long ago, and now here is Google+ with a cool new update. The two biggest parts of this update are the additions of the What’s Hot list and the ability to see who+1’ed your post. We’ve got the full changelog below for you to check out.Full Changelog: Massive performance improvements across the app What’s Hot! View who +1′d a post or comment Stream posts shortened to fit more per scroll Infinite photos feed in ‘From your circles’ Stream no longer jumps to [...]
We have seen quite a bit of updated and new apps in the last 24 or so hours, including Chrome Beta and Microsoft’s OneNote launching in the Android Market, and Seesmic, Google+ and Foursquare getting updated. But most importantly Foursquare added NFC Beam support in it’s latest update. This goes without saying but I am going to say it anyways, you need a NFC chip and Android 4.0 for Android Beam to work. So basically right now the only device that Android Beam will work on is the Galaxy Nexus. Foursquare also improved scrolling speed throughout the app in this update.
So now when you and your buddies are out at the strip club and one of your friends check’s [...]
Back in 2008, Google released “Google Chrome” to the public. The web browser features speed, simplicity, security and now its own web market jam packed with games, apps, and extensions. Furthermore, Google Chrome has become so popular that in the past 3 years, it has sped past Safari and Firefox into second place in the web browser market share only second to the quickly failing Internet Explorer. Finally, in late 2010, Google distributed around 60,000 Cr-48’s (Chromebooks) that were run completely in Chrome OS (A modified Google Chrome).
It was only a matter of time before Google Chrome reached the mobile market, and today, February 7, Google [...]
Say goodbye to a past where business was confined to the four walls of an office. Technology has made it possible for us to be productive anywhere we go–outside the office, at home, or even at a coffee shop. But, since no person is an island, we often find ourselves needing to collaborate with other individuals from our field. Sometimes we’ll even need someone to provide us with a service requiring skills that we don’t have. As comprehensive as search engines can be, looking for the right people can be difficult. Thanks to Mingle, it’s now easier than ever to find and connect with professionals from all walks of life to get work done.
Mingle is [...]