On the whole, iMessage is a pretty useful app and millions of people use it to communicate with one another on Apple devices. However there are quite a number of instant messaging apps out there, and you may prefer using one of the many alternatives instead. If that is the case you may want to
When it comes to Indian railways, you don’t get too many apps from the government to make things easier for travelers, although there are one or two official apps with very dull user experience and there are bunch of non-official apps, but many of those are of no use, mainly due to the difficult interface.
As the tech revolution is underway in India led by handheld devices, the need for more sophisticated and feature-rich devices have become a necessity. The search for the perfect device between a smartphone and a tablet has led to the evolution of phablets. Phablets are slightly bigger than smartphones and a little smaller than tablets.
The mailbox mobile app has officially announced its retirement. Once an extremely popular mobile email client Mailbox will no longer be seen on Android & iOS stores & smartphones after February 2016. No surprises! Dropbox, the parent company of Mailbox app, was never an email collaboration company. They bought an amazing Mailbox for a 100 million dollars amount. And now they
Acquisition of merchandise through phone applications? Isn’t that a naïve bargain for Indian crowds as there is absolutely no visual analysis of the product and also duplication of such goods could prevent us from trusting the applications? This skeptical fragrance was scattered through large masses in the country due to the bizarre entry of app-based
I have been writing & experimenting about major tech tools like smartphones for some time now. Last few years have been really intrusive for the smartphone manufacturers. With increasing mobile phone usage, I see a lot of new problems emerging for families and businesses. Cyberbullying, ePredating, catfishing, scamming, identity theft, patents-theft are just a few