Category «Internet»

Browsers can now cache Youtube videos

YouTube has finally allowed its videos to be cached in the browser’s Temporary Internet Files/Cache.  Although this has been possible all along for Flash movies, but YouTube had disabled caching probably due to copyright issues. Now that it’s enabled, you can buffer a video, and refresh the page and watch it again. You can even …

Twitt’m – Another Adobe Air desktop client

Twitt’m is another new Adobe air based Twitter client in the market. It’s very lean and clean and short on features as well. That’s right, no notifications, minimize to tray, twit pic and the likes. But it’s a an early beta so it’s expected to gain more features down the line. The UI is very …

Blu – The best looking Twitter app just got better

Blu - The best looking Twitter app just got better

Blu, the WPF Twitter app for Windows XP and beyond, has been finally updated with the long awaited Twitpic integration, and have they nailed it! It has a very simple but intuitive way of uploading the images, without any extra clicks or hassle what so ever. Actually, it’s a ‘clickless’ process just like the TinyURL …

Foxmarks now available for IE and Safari

Foxmarks, the bookmarks synchronization service for Firefox has finally arrived on IE and Safari (for OS X), with support for Google Chrome coming soon. While it brings all the best features we’ve come to love of Foxmarks on Firefox, it lacks a few features, such as: No password syncing No custom server bookmark syncing, which …

Free Official Gmail Stickers

The guys over at Gmail have printed out some Gmail stickers and are giving them away for free. All you need to do is send a self-addressed stamped envelope along with postage. A standard $0.42 stamp is needed if you’re in the US or an international reply coupon (IRC) if you’re outside the US. Only …

*chirp – Best. Windows Twitter Client. Ever.

*chirp – Best. Windows Twitter Client. Ever.

While I absolutely loved Destroy Twitter, *chirp by thirteen23 has totally blown me away! It’s the kind of application that’ll make you proud of being a Windows user and jealous if you’re not. Built on WPF (Windows Presentation Framework), *chirp gives you an experience that really surprises you from the word go.