June 24th, 2013
Productgram, the app for selling stuff easily and socially, is here and has started reserving names. The site shows big numbers in username reservations, so you might want to get your productgr.am/you before it’s too late.
The iPhone app is going live on the App Store soon. The premise is simple: sell something just by taking a picture of it. The app makes sure the picture looks great through filters and image processing. And also, it pushes it to social networks and marketplaces simultaneously. It even creates a personal store right on your Facebook profile, and on the web, at a www.productgr.am/you address.
Productgram makes easy to sell. Think of all the stuff at home you don’t use, and you still have sitting there because selling online is a pain in the neck. The app can easily sell everywhere with a couple of taps, right from your iPhone, and pushing to all of your social graph and the web.
March 10th, 2013
Everyone has some kind of tasks to be organized, but which tool do you choose to get it out of your mind and keep track of the things you have to do? Whether it’s a simple, all-text app or a fancy cloud-based web app with smartphone app components, which organizer app you think would be the best for the job. Here is a list of Top organizer apps for Android that did extremely well in the year 2013.
» Read more: Top Organizer Apps for Android in 2013
November 2nd, 2012
This article is about the important things that you must keep in mind while designing an app for the iPhone. There are things that you must take care of because unless your app fits all the specifications, it will not get accepted by the iTunes gallery for distribution.
IPhone application development is a field that is growing at an unprecedented rate. Everyone is drawn to the device because of its beauty and interface. The iPhone is known to be the most popular kind of device ever.
As they keep updating the device, a newer and better model is introduced frequently. The growing demand of the device has in turn led to a high rise in the demand for iPhone app creators.
However, the iPhone is not Open source. This means that when an iPhone app maker makes an app, he must get prior permission from Apple in order to get his app distributed to the people. Apple is notorious for its stringent rules.
» Read more: Top tips to take while you create iPhone apps!
May 30th, 2012
Apple’s next iPhone, which is reported to launch in the fall, seems to have leaked. It’s entirely possible these parts are for a non-final version of the handset, but they do perfectly match up with what has been reported about the new iPhone — mainly a metal and glass rear case, and a new dock connector. Smartphone repair company uBreakiFix has sent us in these photos of the new case, and there’s a lot of differences compared to the current iPhone 4S. Among a redesigned rear case, the camera module cutout looks to be larger, there is a redone speaker and microphone configuration at the bottom, new dock connector, and it looks like Apple has moved the 3.5mm headset jack to the bottom of the device like the iPod touch. Read on for more photos.
» Read more: iPhone 5 parts leaked
April 11th, 2011
A new virus appear on internet to attack iOS. The distribution of the destructive virus happens with a App from internet pages about Fake Jailbreak presentation called: “UNLOCK NOW FREE”. Do not go to this page from iOS device.
If you do this, however, you’ll see -10-15 seconds of an animation followed by the text: “DOWNLOAD UNLOCK 2 NOW FREE”. Then it’s already too late and your information will be cleared (SIM and idevice information).
If you search information about Jailbreak or Unlock for iPhone or iPad –> search this information from Mac or PC, but don’t do it this from iOS device.
» Read more: New virus Found for iOS 4.x