With an aim to encourage Indian users to vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2014, Facebook has added a “I’m a Voter” button. Indian users will see a reminder message about voting on the polling day depending on once locations at the the top of their New Feed. The “I’m a Voter” button will be present next to the reminder message and both these features will be available on Facebook mobile apps on polling day.
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You can now vote for your favorite mobile application at the second annual Open Web Awards presented by Mashable.
There are are lot of mobile applications we love
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The 2007 Crunchies is an annual competition and award ceremony to recognize and celebrate the most compelling startups, internet and technology innovations of the year.
The nominees include
AdMob is the world’s largest mobile advertising marketplace. Founded in 2006.
Fring is a free mobile VOIP application that lets you make free voice calls via Google Talk , Skype using your phone.It works over Wifi and GPRS. It also support instant messaging networks such as MSN,Google Talk.I have tried Fring and it seems impressive.The initial version used to kill my battery but the latest version seems to have solved the problem.
Loopt is a mobile social mapping application that works only in the USA as of now. It display the location of users on a mp using GPS and other data.Users can interact with each other, exchange info etc.
Shozu is a great mobile photo and multimedia application.I personally use it to upload photos from my phone to my flickr account. We had already covered Shozu as a part of the Killer Mobile Apps
Twitter is similar to Jaiku and is one of the Micro Blogging platforms. It lets users post short status messages which can be read by other users who are following. The entries are archived and can be viewed in the future. Continue reading “Vote for the best mobile startup”