Chances are that you already use Google Chrome as your primary browser due to its snappiness and speed. Over time you probably became aware of the plethora of the neat usability features that Chrome comes with, such as the ability to add extensions, tricks with the omnibar and the infamous incognito mode. However, not all(…)
Google Maps app for iOS and Android has gotten an major update with enhancements to offline maps, navigation, search filters, location sharing, contacts and more. Download now.
Tumblr’s app for iPhone and iPad now lets users customize their blog form within the app. Users can play around with accents, header images and background color to get the right look that they want.
Access two-factor authentication tokens from services like Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Twitter and more by installing Authy. Works on Google Chrome for Windows, Mac and Linux
Get the iPhone and iPad’s iOS 7 Control Center on Mac OS X by downloading this app.
Enabled Firefox’ new HTTP Cache to speed up browser performance. The new HTTP cache back-end keeps the cache content after a crash or a kill and doesn’t cause any UI hangs, helping in a speedier experience.
Download Typist for Android to test your typing speed using any keyboard on your phone or tablet. This free app lets you try the official Google Keyboard for Android or any third party keyboard and see which one lets you type the fastest and with the least number of errors.
Apple has released iOS 7.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This much needed update contains performance improvements for all supported devices, UI improvements, CarPlay support and more. Animations are much faster now and overall performance, specially for iPhone 4, is much improved now.
Pebble appstore has been made available with SDK 2.0 Beta 6 apps for iOS ( not Android yet ). Announced a month back, Pebble appstore is a one stop shop for users to find and download watchfaces and apps and also keep them updated, right from with the Pebble mobile apps. As with previous betas,(…)
Nexus phones have never been known for their camera quality. Google tried to change that with Nexus 5 by including an 8MP rear camera with optical image stabilization but unfortunately, the reviews still blasted away the results due to saturation, color and autofocus issues. Luckily for users, XDA exists and its amazing user base with(…)