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Flipboard Windows Phone App is now available in Private Beta

The popular digital magazine app, Flipboard will be soon making its way to Windows Phone. The company has recently announced that it will be releasing the Windows Phone version of the app very soon. Currently the Flipboard app is available on Windows Phone Store in private beta version with news sources from CNN, Los Angeles…Read More…

Chrome for Android One comes with data compression and safe browsing

Android One launched by Google, are the devices that aims to deliver a great Android experience at an affordable price. This also includes offline YouTube viewing as well as a feature of data compression and Safe browsing in Chrome browser. The data compression feature compresses the amount of data flowing between the phone and the…Read More…

YouTube India users can now download YouTube videos and watch offline

Google has today announced that the YouTube users in India will be able to save their favorite videos offline and watch them later any time they like, without the need of any data connection. The company made the announcement at an event in Gurgaon, India, after launching its ultra-cheap Android One smartphones. “YouTube is popular here.…Read More…

Here are the winners for Avast Premier 2014 License Giveaway

Our Avast Premier 2014 License Giveaway is finally over, which means its time to select our 10 lucky winners who will be getting the Avast Premier 2014 License from Avast. Well, the list was long so we decided to take the help of random selector for picking out 10 winners from the list. So, the…Read More…

Ultralingua Bookshelf, the best Dictionary Android App now available for Download

You will find plenty of dictionaries out there on the Google Play Store, but Ultralingua Bookshelf stands out among all of them.  If you are a serious wordsmith, then this dictionary is right for you. This dictionary in itself holds several other complete dictionaries. It not only holds the knowledge to tell you about the…Read More…

64-bit Google Chrome for OS X to launch in November

The 64-bit version of Google Chrome web browser was recently made available for all Windows users and now it seems like soon the Mac OS X users will also get it. Google says that it will be launching official and stable version pf 64-bit Chrome web browser for OS X users in the month November.…Read More…

Evernote and Vine are the first Android Apps coming to Chrome OS

Back at Google I/O, the company announced that it plans to work with select set of developers to bring Android apps to Google Chrome OS, allowing users to access their favorite apps even from their Chromebooks. And now the search giant has announced the first set of Android apps which will be making their way…Read More…

HTC Sense 6 Lock Screen App now available on Google Play Store

HTC has finally released its official HTC Sense 6 Lock Screen app on the Google Play Store. The latest version of Sense 6 Lock Screen can be easily downloaded from the Google Play Store and similar to other HTC Apps, this lock screen apk will be only compatible with HTC Devices. Those HTC Devices which…Read More…

Uber to add Paytm and PayU Wallets as payment method in India

Uber, which is a global taxi-hailing company is reportedly in talks with Paytm and PayU to integrate their digital wallet with Uber’s payment process. Economic Times reports that Uber was forced to do so due to recent restriction on International payment gateways by RBI (Reserve Bank Of India). Back in August, RBI ordered Uber to…Read More…

Stardock ShadowFX for Windows 8 now available, adds shadows to windows

As we all know Stardock has released a number of popular Windows 8 programs including Start8 desktop menu, Fences and WindowBlinds. It has now released a new customization utility tool for Windows 8 and 8.1 OS. ShadowsFX adds distinctive drop shadows to the Windows 8 user interface, allowing users to personalize standard or coloured drop shadow which adds…Read More…

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