Showing posts from April 2, 2013

Infographic: Here is what we can learn about the Rise of Mobile Apps in India

The mobile devices are getting more and more essential in your daily life for buy, read, search, chat, play and so on. The stakes are therefore enormous. This infographic from, shows us the realities of what happen in India and to understand the

Feedly for iOS updated in Version 14: your RSS News Reader.

Following the recent shutdown of Google Reader, Feedly (RSS Reader) progressively becomes essential and more popular. Henceforth it leads the RSS war for professional.
Therefore the new version 14 brings Fixes random logout bug, New Feed Search and Discovery, New Title Only View, More controls over layouts, Enhanced Sharing & Save for Later
Henceforth it is possible via "Must Read" to easily organize the feeds you don't want to miss. You can also Customize Favorite Sharing Tool to G+, Buffer, Twitter, Facebook, Email or browser, Customize

Free Game: Dash is now free for your iPhone and iPad.

Do you love jumping and spinning across stunning 3D environments, Dash may interest you to Swipe your way over and under challenging obstacles.
Are you ready! Now you can run and destroy everything in your path, jump over barriers and speed around the loop the loops, defeat enemies using Sonic’s devastating homing attack.

Spring Integration 2.2.3 is henceforth available.

For those who unfamiliar, Spring is a Framework that provides a programming and configuration model for modern Java-based enterprise applications. It includes features like: Flexible dependency injection with XML and annotation-based configuration styles Advanced support for aspect-oriented programming with

Animated GIFs via your iPad and iPhone: Echograph updated in version 1.20.

For those unfamiliar, with Echograph you can create and explore animated photography.

Henceforth the new version 1.20 includes: Tumblr sharing, SFX