Google is introducing a news feed that will comprise of personalized articles, videos and other content. The feed will appear underneath the search box. Continue reading “Google rolls out personalized news feed for mobile app”
Tata Starbucks has announced the launch of today Starbucks India mobile app across the country. Available on Android and iPhone, the app will allow customers to pay for in-store purchases and earn Stars through the loyalty program using their mobile device. Continue reading “Starbucks forays into digital payment with Starbucks India Mobile App”
Twitter has rolled out Fabric app for developers on its Android and iOS mobile apps. The mobile apps will allow developers to monitor various analytics and diagnostics about their applications.
Facebook has been tweaking its News Feed continuously over the past few months and now the social network is testing a new feature where the mobile app could get multiple News Feeds based on different topics.
Facebook is bringing a popular feature from Messenger to its main mobile apps. The social network will now let you doodle on your photos that have been uploaded to Facebook.
Orkut has been the most popular social networking website amongst India’s youth.But Facebook has been dominating the mobile social networking space . The Facebook iPhone App is a big hit. They launched a version of S60 phones recently and also mobile web version is usable. Google which released a mobile friendly version of orkut sometime back seems to have understood the need to roll out a dedicated Mobile App for Orkut. Continue reading “Orkut gets a Mobile App Finally , Start Writing Scraps on your phone”
Most of us would know about Gmail app for mobile phones.. It came out first as a java application but works smoothly on most phones
The app has evolved a lot over time.
Interesting features in the current version of the application include
- Multi Account support – you can use the single installation to access gmail and ur google apps for domains email.
- New Basic Offline feature which lets you read your recent email offline
- Offline Drafts – Save email as mobile drafts even if you loose connectivity
- Access contacts with autocomplete
- Jump to Gmail labels
- Search email
- Loads of short cuts
- View attachments including photos , word and pdf files
Well its one of the applications you MUST have if you are a Gmail user ..
Rita has a video review of the app in action on the Nokia E71