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Tiktik App Can Help Find the Best Net...

Tiktik App Can Help Find the Best Network in Your Area

Everyone living in India is has experienced shouting into a phone saying “Can you hear me? Can you hear me now?”, while you are walking around trying to find that one spot where the connection actually works. The makers of the app Tiktik have tried to find a solution to this problem using data from […]


Prisma app finally available on Andro...

Prisma app finally available on Android

The app that turn your photograph into an oil painting was initially only available for iOS users Instagrammers using Android devices can rejoice as Prisma, the popular photo editing app that turns images into paintings, can finally be downloaded via the Google Play Store. The app has been available on iOS for a while now. […]


Prisma takes photo filters to another...

Prisma takes photo filters to another level

Prisma is an art filter app exclusive to iOS devices. The app is great at converting regular photos into shareable works of art, mimicking the styles of various famous painters and art movements. While Instagram’s filters are designed to enhance photos visually, Prisma gives the image a complete makeover. The app seems to have been […]


Google’s Allo and Duo Apps: Eve...


Google has introduced two new apps called Allo and Duo for Android and iOS. Allo is an instant messaging app featuring the inbuilt Google Assistant, while Duo is a video calling app that claims to work well even on weak data networks. Instead of making Hangouts better, Google has decided to bring in two new […]


Apple to Introduce Unified HomeKit Co...


When Apple introduced HomeKit with iOS 8, the framework was mainly aimed at helping third party developers build apps for home automation. The Cupertino giant is reportedly now focusing its efforts on building a standalone HomeKit app which will allow users to manage all connected Internet of Things devices through a single app. This will […]


Opera VPN With Built-In Ad Blocker Co...


Want to access a site that’s blocked in your college or workplace? Opera has launched an app to help you do that. Opera VPN is a free iOS app that will help you bypass these filters or even access websites that are restricted in your region. Opera VPN app, now available via the App Store, […]


Android 6.0 Marshmallow Now on 2.3 Pe...


Google’s latest publicly available version of Android mobile and tablet operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, last month finally made it to 1 percent of active devices in five months after its release to Nexus devices. The new Marshmallow version in the company’s updated Google Play distribution data for the seven-day period ending March 7 has […]


Android N’s Revamped Interface


Soon after the first purported screenshots from Google’s next Android OS version made rounds on the Internet, we have more on our table offering new details about Android N. In the meanwhile, Google has released a video for its Maps app that may have revealed a major design change in the latest version of the […]


Microsoft’s Plumbago Digital No...


Looking for an alternative to pen and paper to scribble important notes on the go? US-based technology giant Microsoft heard you and has offered a tablet-based app recreating the analogue appeal of writing. For those who carry high-tech digital devices but prefer taking notes with pen or pencil and paper, Microsoft has launched Plumbago – […]


Android N rumors and news


Android N rumors and news: No app drawer, stylus support, and more Nougat? Nutella? We’re not sure what sweet, tasty treat Android N will be named after yet, but the rumors about what changes it will bring to the world’s most popular mobile platform are already flying. When will we see Android N? We expect […]