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Sunday, March 31, 2013

World's biggest DDoS attack that Almost Broke the Internet


biggest DDoS attack that Almost Broke the InternetThe last week has seen probably the largest distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack ever. A massive 300Gbps was thrown against Internet blacklist maintainer Spamhaus' website but the anti-spam organisation , CloudFlare was able to recover from the attack and get its core services back up and running...




Hacker uses Evernote account as Command-and-Control Server


Hacker uses Evernote account as Command and Control Server
Cyber criminals are using popular note-taking app Evernote as Command-and-Control Server to give commands to the malware installed on infected PCs using botnets...

Plume For Android Updated With New Widgets & Facebook Support


The last major update to the famous Plume Twitter app for Android brought with it the much-awaited Holo UI and support for posting comparatively longer tweets. Today, the folks over at LevelUp Studios have pushed another significant update to one of the most widely used unofficial Twitter clients for Android. Plume v5.0 has been beefed up with quite a few noticeable features such as much improved scrolling speed, profile banners, and a prompt to post the text part of your image-oriented tweets in case the image itself doesn’t load. However, the biggest improvement in the entire update can be seen in the app’s refreshed widgets (for both home and lock screens) that are now more customizable than ever before, and fully capable of sporting content from your Facebook Wall as well. More than anyone else, the new customizations in Plume are undoubtedly going to suit those of us who have connected multiple Twitter accounts with the app...
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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Pakistan Government servers messed up after security breach


Today a cyber attack on Pakistan Government servers crash many Government departments's official websites including Ministry of Information Technology, Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Economic Affairs & Statistics, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Religious Affairs, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Environment and many more...
Pakistan Government servers messed up after security breach

Unofficial Pakistan Intelligence website hacked


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While the rest of the world engaged in cyber security conferences and Anonymous operations, an Indian patriotic hacker used the time to attack Unofficial Pakistan Intelligence agency ISI...

Hacker going by name "Godzilla" today claimed to hack into one of the server belongs to ISI website (http://isi.org.pk) and claimed steal possible information from website database...

onDeck: Easy Multitasking With Android Apps, Notes, Toggles & More


Compared to all other contemporary mobile operating systems, the number of multitasking and app switching solutions available for Android is quite staggering. You are likely to find a solution in the Play Store that meets all your app switching requirements, putting the stock offering to shame. Fresh on the Play Store, onDeck is yet another remarkably feature-rich app that packs the goodness of multiple similar solutions in a single package. By offering you multiple omnipresent on-screen triggers (referred to as ‘Decks’), the app lets you directly launch a variety of different apps and system features from anywhere in the OS without having to go to your home screen or app drawer. Customization lies at the core of onDeck, as it allows you to define the layout, screen position, launch delay, and behavior of each deck. Continue reading past the break for more details...
The basic concept of onDeck is quite similar to several other multitasking tools that we’ve reviewed in the past. However, it’s the depth and variety of supported features that impresses the most. Once activated, the onDeck app switcher/launcher overlay can be recalled from anywhere in the OS by tapping or swiping in from a user-selected edge of your device’s screen. Each deck can be assigned one of the following custom actions:
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Friday, March 29, 2013

Android Tweaker Is A Great Modding Alternative To Pimp My ROM [Review]


A while back, we reviewed Pimp My ROM that offered Android users possibly the largest collection of various system performance enhancement tweaks, hacks and mods bundled into a single package. Ranging from Kernel-based tweaks to internet & network-based mods, the tool allows both intermediate and advanced users to tinker with a lot of settings of their rooted Android devices. New to the scene,Android Tweaker by XDA-Developers senior member iGio90 is a similar tool that could prove to be a tough competitor to Pimp My ROM and other Android tweaking solutions currently available in the market. As with Pimp My ROM, Android Tweaker is equipped with loads of tweaks allowing you to play around with various performance-related settings of your Android device. Needless to say, the app is meant to work with rooted Android devices only. A good thing about Android Tweaker is that it is fully compatible with almost all Android devices, versions, kernels and ROMs (both stock & custom). Let’s explore this handy utility in detail after the break...
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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Discover & View Vine Videos On Android With Vine Flow

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When Twitter acquired video clip sharing service Vine back in October last year, fans of the popular micro-blogging network speculated if they’d soon be able to embed short video recordings within their tweets. As it turned out last month, Twitter finally launched the official Vine app for iOS that lets you record and share 6-second long personal video recordings to Vine, Twitter and Facebook. Since its release, this brand new video sharing sensation by Twitter has managed to attract fans and critics alike, with a large share of complaints coming rightfully from the huge Android user base that has been left out in the cold. However, not all’s doom and gloom for Android fans, especially with the likes of Vine Flowcatering to their video discovery and streaming needs from Vine. Fresh to the Play Store, Vine Flow is an unofficial Vine client for Android that lets you explore the latest video content shared by worldwide Vine users...

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Cloud Management & Collaboration App BusyFlow Comes To Android & iOS


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The mobile app of BusyFlow boasts a neat, well-designed interface with a solitary dedicated stream displaying an overview of your latest activities on all the services supported by BusyFlow. The app keeps you updated regarding any new activities, comments and changes pertaining to these services via notification badges. In addition, it also allows you to manually update your stream using the simple drag-to-refresh gesture....
To get started with the mobile app, you’re required to log in with your BusyFlow or Google account. Those looking to register a new account with the BusyFlow service can do so by simply providing their preferred username, password and email address.




Tuesday, March 26, 2013

RetroArch Lets You Play PlayStation, SNES & Other Retro Console & PC Games On Android


Video game emulators are nothing new to Android. Ranging from PlayStation to Xbox and many others in between, you’re likely to find several emulators that let you play your favorite games from a variety of platforms on your Android device. However, why install a separate emulator for each platform, when you can have it all in one package with RetroArch? The app allows you to play your favorite gaming titles from at least a dozen different platforms on your Android device. Furthermore, RetroArch impresses with its automatic Plug & Play detection feature for various USB & Bluetooth gamepads, custom touchscreen controller overlays, game-aware pixel shading, real-time rewinding in games and plenty more...

Monday, March 25, 2013

Save 70% on Global Roaming with Sabeer Bhatia’s Jaxtr Global SIM


Jaxtr Inc, a company co-founded by Hotmail-fame Sabeer Bhatia, has launched a global SIM card that enables Indians travelling to foreign destinations cut down roaming charges by upto 90 per cent. Mr. Bhatia who made personal email a free comodity introducing Hotmail & later selling it to Microsoft, started Jaxtr as free messaging app – free messaging for everyone. Now with Jaxtr Global SIM he just took the right step – cheaper mode of communications...
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Amazon Cloud Drive Photos For Android Adds Instant Upload & More


Amazon debuted Cloud Drive Photos in November last year to provide Android users with a dedicated cloud storage service and visually-rich gallery for images. As mentioned in our review, the initial release of the app lacked several basic features that most rival companies had been offering for quite long. It seems Amazon has eventually realized the significance of most of the missing features, and included them in the latest update of the app. To begin with, the much-awaited instant, automatic photo upload feature has been added to the mix, meaning your Amazon Cloud Drive is now capable of handling your online photo backups in a much better and automated manner. If your device is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher, you can now snap fresh images right from the app using the new camera mode. Continue reading past the break to find out more details regarding the update.
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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Tuli clears the air on Aakash 2 Tablet delay reports


Datawind, the Canada-based vendor of Aakash 2 tablets, has released an update on the delivery status of Aakash 2 devices to IIT-Bombay, following reports this morning that hinted at a delay in supplies. 

According to a statement from the company, 17,100 devices have been delivered to IIT-Bombay and paid for, to date. As many as 29,400 units of the Aakash 2 are in transit to IIT-Bombay  through their logistics company and should be delivered in the next few days. Further, 23,500 devices have been manufactured and are at sub-contract manufacturers – pending shipment once it clears the payment for the 29,400 units...

As for the remaining 30,000 units, Datawind has confirmed that the motherboards, touchscreens and all other components have been manufactured and the final assembly is being completed. It expects to accomplish its completion within the next couple of weeks, withefforts being made to deliver as many as possible by March 31, 2013.
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Working Airtel 2G/3G Proxy Trick for PC and Mobiles



Hi, friends is another Proxy trick for Airtel confirmed working in most of the states on PC and mobile. HRJTricks.blogspot.in has always been first to share working tricks in all the mobile networks, continuing posting the best tricks over the web here is our new post. We all know airtel is very strict nowadays and they have blocked most of the tricks that were working in the past. Airtel is also blocking SIM card of its users for using free internet if they overuse the bandwidth. Most of the VPN and proxy tricks have stopped working in most of the regions. But still we managed to find few working tricks. This is a proxy trick that is reportedly working in Punjab, Delhi, U.K. and tested personally by the Author in 2G and 3G networks.

Download Android App APKs From Google Play Store To Your Desktop


Back in February 2012, we reviewed a Google Chrome extension that lets you download APK files of Android apps from Google Play directly to your PC, to be able to manually sideload them to your device. This method helps you grab any app that you are otherwise having problems installing to your device due to regional restrictions. Though that extension required some tinkering after Chrome’s latest updates, and stopped working for some altogether. Today, we’re bringing you a Windows app calledReal APK Leecher that provides a more convenient way to download Android applications to your PC by similarly using your Google account associated with your device.
To get started, you first need to find your Device ID. Simply enter *#*#8255#*#* into your phone dialer, you’ll be shown your device ID (as ‘aid’) in GTalk Service Monitor. As another option, you can also use an Android app called Device ID that quickly reveals the ID to you without any extra jargon...
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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Diesel price hikes by 45 paisa/litre

It is the third diesel price hike in three months. Diesel prices will go up by 45 paisa a litre effective from midnight. Post this hike, the under recovery on diesel will stand at Rs 8.19/litre...

Waiting for the Apple iWatch? Here are some existing smartwatches


Suddenly, the buzzword in the tech industry seems to be “smartwatches”, and we think the only reason for this is the series of speculations and rumours surfacing about the iWatch by Apple. This reminds us of the pre-iPad launch period, when rumours about the Apple tablet were rife and all of a sudden, several renowned manufacturers also started prepping their own version of tablets. Today, tablets are arguably the most celebrated mobile computing devices. However, this isn't the same for  smartwatches. Moreover, we already have a few smartwatches in the market, which makes us wonder what new or different Apple plans to do. We don't know how long we would have to wait for the iWatch, but here are a few smartwatches already available in the market...

A perfect blend of tech and style
Explicitly named I’m Watch, this smartwatch lets you combine superior tech specs with style. It is available in aluminium, titanium and elegant gold/silver options, and straps in different colours to go along with it. Whether you are an iOS or Android user, this smartwatch connects with both to let you use functions like call, SMS, emails and so on.  It runs on a customised Android version dubbed I’m Droid and is compatible with smartphones running on Android 4.0 or above as well as iOS 4.0 or above.  The device has a 1.54-inch display with 240 x 240 resolution (220 ppi) and brings access to a slew of  apps from its I’m Market store. On connecting it via Bluetooth, the watch will allow you to access your phone functions from the watch instead of pulling out the smartphone from your bag. It has a rechargeable battery; the generic usage time is about 5 hours while the standby time is up to 24 hours. One can use its 4GB of internal memory to stock up apps along with the "I'm Cloud" cloud service that the watch supports. The I’m watch is currently being sold for Rs 17,990 as a promotional offer until early next month, after which the price is expected to shoot up to Rs 24,990...
I'm Watch is a blend of style and tech

Exclusive: Micromax A120 Canvas Pro HD with 1080p display coming soon


Afew months ago, when the Micromax A116 Canvas HD was launched, we wondered what else the company had in store for us. At the time, we speculated based on what the MediaTek MT6589 quad-core processor supports in terms of hardware... 

So what were the specs we expected to be featured in the Canvas 3? We speculated that it could have a 1080p display and a camera with a better sensor, besides a 3D display and 3D-capable camera. Of course, the latter two are just "fantasy" features. But guess what? Micromax actually is working on a handset that boasts a full HD display and a 13 megapixel camera...
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Google+ adds a new search filter for photo posts

Google+ adds a new search filter for photo posts
Google+ search results can now be filtered to display only photo posts, says Google's Dave Coehn in an official blog post. All the users have to do is type what they're looking for, and then select "Photos" from the filter dropdown. Once enabled, users will be shown spot photo posts that have been shared with them, and these include posts that were shared only with them or public photos on Google+. Say, if you're looking for "Cartoons" on Google+ and type "Cartoons" in the search box, then you just need to select "Photos" in the dropdown menu and you will see a stream of search results with images pertaining to the search...

Apple adds two-factor authentication to iCloud and Apple ID


Apple adds two factor authentication to iCloud and Apple ID
Apple is beefing up the security of its iCloud and Apple ID accounts by adding two-factor authentication to the account login process. Users who activate the option will be required to enter a four-digit code they may receive via SMS message, aside from the usual password...

T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling App vulnerable to Man-in-the-Middle attack

T-Mobile devices having a default Wi-Fi Calling feature that keeps you connected in areas with little or no coverage using Wi-Fi connection. But according to new finding by students Jethro Beekman and Christopher Thompson from University of California Berkeley, that this feature lets millions of Android users vulnerable toMan-in-the-Middle attack...

MTNL Delhi Launches Per Second 3G Starter Pack 127


Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today announced the launch of new Prepaid 3G Starter Up Pack for Rs.127 with per Second pulse for Home and Roaming calls in Delhi circle...
MTNL Delhi Rationalizes 3G Vidyarthi Plans
MTNL Starter Pack 127 comes for Rs.124 with Free 3G SIM Card and Plan Voucher (FRC) which provides lot of freebies like 127 Min Local (Any N/w), 127 Min STD Calls, 127 Local SMS (Any N/w), 127 National SMS and 127 MB 3G Data valid for 30 days from the date of activation...

Vodafone India Disappointed with Rejection on Extension of its Licenses in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata by DoT


It’s a set back for Vodafone India, the Department of Telecom (DoT) has rejected the extension of their mobile service licenses in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata telecom circle now this move will make Vodafone India to bid spectrum to continue its service...

LMT Launcher For Android Updated With Pie-Style Multitasking Shortcuts


Paranoid Android is arguably one of the most popular custom ROMs available for Android these days, offering the best features of Android smartphones and tablets in a single well-blended package, along with several other goodies and customizations. PIE is one of the ROM’s features that is fast gathering attraction from Android developers and users alike. The feature can be cited as an enhanced version of Taskarou Launcher that we already have covered at Addictive Tips, which in itself takes inspiration from an optional interface offered in the stock ICS browser. As with the said launcher, PIE allows quick and convenient multitasking on Android by offering a Chinese fan-like menu overlay containing conventional hardware emulation keys and various other ones supporting user-selected actions. In addition, you get to see information regarding current time, date, battery & Wi-Fi status and unattended notification count. If you wish to enjoy a similar feature on your rooted Android device without having to flashing the entire ROM, XDA member noname81 brings it to you the latest update to LMT Launcher – a fully gesture-controlled and highly customizable multitasking app that hasn’t yet made it to Google Play Store despite being around since 2011...
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Friday, March 22, 2013

South Korea Cyber Attack, Wiper malware and Chinese IP Address


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Yesterday we reported about a massive Cyber attack on South Korea that was responsible for shutting down networks of South Korean banks and TV broadcasters. Police are still investigating the cyber attack  but the country's Communications Commission has revealed that the hacking originated from a Chinese IP address...

HDFC Bank website vulnerable to ID Theft and Account Blockade


Indian Security Researcher Jiten Jain today revealed that one of the Largest Private Banks in India, HDFC Bank’s e-Banking website could be easy target of Unique type of Denial of Service Attack which could result in blocking of e-banking accounts of all its customers. Here is the detailed report of vulnerability submitted by him...

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The NetBanking service of HDFC Bank, Which is one of the largest and most reputed Banks in India, is completely vulnerable to ID theft, Targeted phishing and Mass Account Blockade. HDFC bank has implemented an extra security solution called 'Secure Access' on its website but instead it has given a hidden door to hackers to block all HDFC NetBanking accounts. 'Secure Access' is an additional layer of security implement on HDFC Bank website is essentially a solution protecting your account from hackers and fraudsters. Secure Access, an online security initiative is intended to make NetBanking transactions safer by protecting users from phishing websites and Hackers and help users authenticate original HDFC website. HDFC Bank's NetBanking login is now a two-step process with Secure Access image and text verification. Let us take you through the steps involved in Secure Access and how it intends to protect NetBanking account of HDFC customers...

Videocon Mobile Services makes incoming calls free on Roaming for its subscribers


Videocon Mobile services has made incoming calls free while on Roaming by default i.e. without any processing fee or special tariff voucher etc for its subscribers, thus offering another Industry first...
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Airtel New Offers 3G Dongle with 2GB Data for Rs 450 for MTS MBlaze Users


In an order to tap inactive MTS Dongle (MBrowse & MBlaze) users, country’s largest mobile operator Airtel is offering an awesome offer in those circles MTS shut down services...
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Is Google Planning to Bring $50 Nexus Smartphone in India?


If you are Android fanboy and hate Google for not launching Nexus phones in India, you have a good news. In a recent interaction with Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt in Delhi said low cost smartphones with web browser and web client apps can be launched at $50 in a day not far off...
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Tonido Allows Remote File Access & Cloud Sync Across All Major Platforms [Review]


Syncing files between two computers isn’t a novel concept and services like Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive and many others have simplified it greatly. If you want to able to access files from your PC on your smartphone; you can sync them over one of these services. The only problem here is that given the limited storage space, you can’t sync all your files; and you will always have to choose the files to sync by adding them to your cloud storage folder, or setting a custom folder to sync (offered by only a few such services). Tonido is service with free apps available for Mac, PC, and Linux and free mobile clients for Android, iOS, Windows Phone 7.8 and 8, and Blackberry that allows you to access all your files on any device from another. Additionally, it lets you sync 2GB of files between your devices for free. Though instead of offering both these services from the same apps, Tonido splits file access and file syncing between two different apps. Here is a simple breakdown of how you can set it all up...

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Reliance GSM’s Latest 2G Internet Plans Details


Reliance GSM 2G Internet PacksIn the line of recent tariff hike, Reliance Communications has revised its 2G data offerings. Recently almost all GSM operators revised their 2G internet packs by lowering data benefits or validity period. The move first is seen by Airtel, soon followed by Vodafone and Idea. Tata Docomo also revised its GPRS tariff several times to be in the league...

Airtel Got Stay Order to Continue 3G in 7 Circles


As we shared earlier that DoT ordered Airtel to stop 3G services in 7 circles where Airtel is offering 3G via ICRA with Vodafone and Idea within 72 hours, the cat and mouse game of 3G Roaming continues as Airtel got a breather from court...
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Exclusive: Airtel to Launch 4G/LTE-TD Services in Chandigarh Today


India’s largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel is going to announce its 4G presence in Chandigarh, the capital of Punjab and Haryana today. Though the launch is announced today, the commercial availability is going to commence from 25th of March, 2013...

Direct Download Torrents with Full speed By IDM (Internet Download Manager) Tested by HRJ Tricks



We HRJ Tricks Congratulates today your problem has been solve now you can download torrent file directly from internet with full speed by IDM (Internet Download Manager)
Here is some step you have to follow-

Access Recent & Favorite Apps From Anywhere In Android With HomeFlip


Such is the popularity of Android app launchers and task switchers that every few days, we come across a brand new concept of multitasking and quick app switching that appears to be more convenient and user-friendly than its predecessors. Today, we have another candidate vying to become your default Android app switching solution, especially for those who love to have a few favorite apps of theirs available just a few taps away from anywhere in the OS. With a file size of just 44 KB, HomeFlip (beta) by XDA member id0x12345 is easily among the most lightweight Android app launchers that we have come across so far. However, don’t let the meager file size of the app fool you; it boasts some very handy features that expedite multitasking on Android better than most existing solutions. Available for ICS and Jelly Bean devices, HomeFlip lists your recent apps/tasks anywhere in Android upon tapping the Home key. From the app’s dedicated recent tasks list, you can use various touch and swipe gestures to switch to required apps, pin select apps as favorites, hide items from the list and reorder favorite apps to your liking...

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

GroupMe v4 For Android Exits Beta; Gets Revamped UI & Tablet Support


GroupMe is a popular cross-platform group messaging app for Android, iOS, web, Windows Phone & Blackberry that needs no long introduction. A few days back, the company behind the app announced an invite-only beta of its updated Android variant (v4) for those interested in trying out its new look and features. If you missed out the news, fret not, because the app is now out of beta and available in the Play Store for everyone. Besides a totally revamped UI, the biggest addition in GroupMe v4 for Android comes in the form of the much-awaited tablet support. You can now invite anyone to existing groups by sharing a public URL, and sending direct messages to select contacts has also been made a lot easier; by just tapping a user’s avatar anywhere within the app, you can start chatting with them in private...
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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Create Local & Cloud Nandroid Backups Without Recovery Using Orange Backup


A timely NANDROID backup of your Android device can save you from losing your precious mobile data and personalized system settings. Android users have long relied on custom recoveries (such as ClockworkMod Recovery and TWRP) to create NANDROID backups of their devices. However, there are various apps and solutions available these days that can help you create NANDROID backups without having to reboot into recovery. Developed by XDA member snoopy33, Orange Backup is arguably the finest addition to the list of such tools to date, as it supports 1-tap NANDROID backup, zipping and uploading to cloud storage of your choice. Needless to say, Orange Backup is meant to work with rooted devices only. The tool also supports scheduled backup & uploading to cloud, full, incremental or split backups, backing up user-selected partitions only, option to upload data over Wi-Fi and/or while charging only, integrated app & task manager, and lots more.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Button Savior Now Offers Android Hardware Key Emulation Without Root


Back in 2010, we covered an Android app called Button Savior that provided HTC HD2 users with an alternative means of navigation on their device through a dedicated on-screen panel sporting simulated hardware keys for search, home, menu and back buttons. At the time of review, the app was a bit feature-constrained and exclusively available for rooted HTC HD2, while support for other rooted Android devices was added later. XDA member jerryfan2000 – the developer behind several other Android apps including Smart Statusbar and Everywhere Clipboard – has worked hard to come up a version of Button Savior that works even on non-rooted devices, and packs quite a few other goodies as well. Unlike the rooted devices version, the version for non-rooted devices works only on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher. Through a slew of customizable options, Button Savior puts you in complete control of the on-screen panel’s layout, behavior and various actions that you wish to associate with the available keys...

Sunday, March 17, 2013

2ya Is An Android & iOS Facebook Chat App With Built-In Content Discovery & Sharing


Multipurpose third-party Facebook chat apps are nothing new for Android and iOS users, but you won’t find too many options sporting an integrated search tool to help you find the exact item of interest that you wish to share with your friends. Say hello to Sprylogics International’s 2ya – an unofficial cross-platform Facebook messenger for Android and iOS that adds content discovery and sharing capabilities to the mix. With 2ya, you no longer have to worry about leaving the chat interface and switch to the Facebook app or the browser to search for something that you intend to share with your friends. Instead, the app itself presents you with a dedicated search and content discovery tool capable of helping you look for and share a variety of content including YouTube videos, nearby bars, clubs, restaurants, cafes & theaters, people, custom locations, movies and what not! Once your required item is found, you can share it with a mere swipe. Each category supported by 2ya offers extensive details, and the best part is that your recipient doesn’t even need to be running the 2ya client on their end to receive the shared information...
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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Airtel free 3G Tricks for March & April

There is good news for every Airtel customer. Last night i make research on Airtel Tricks that how can we use free internet by Airtel in 2G, 3G, 4G speed. Finally i found Great Trick. This Tricks is working currently i checked personally.

Create Your Own Stunning Android Live Wallpapers With Ditalix


Live Wallpapers have been a distinctive feature of Android since the very early days of the OS. Over the years, we have seen some visually attractive and amazingly functional Android Live Wallpapers arrive in the Play Store, with most of them supporting extensive personalization. Today, we’re bringing you yet another highly customizable Android live wallpaper app in the form of Ditalix by Fahrbot – the creators of several nifty Android apps including SwitchMe, CallMaster and Undelete. Sporting a plethora of customizable glow styles, designs, themes, pixelated effects, animations, palettes, interactions and layout settings, Ditalix is your very own custom Android LWP generator. Using all the aforementioned tools, a custom background image of your choice and personalized settings, you can design sparkling live wallpapers that respond to your taps and touches in the form of various glowing animations...
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Friday, March 15, 2013

USB Disk Security Pro 7.5.0.501 Cracked By HRJ Tricks












USB Disk Security is the best software to block threats that can damage your PC or compromise your personal information via USB storage.

Manage Project-Based Task Lists On iOS & Android With Chaos Control


Creating a simple reminder in your iPhone might help you in getting started on a project, but it is much easier getting things done when you break a big venture down into smaller and more manageable parts. This is the idea upon which the ‘Get Things Done’ (GTD) methodology of task management is based, and Chaos Control is the practical manifestation of this method. Chaos Control has been around for Android since last August, while its presence on PC and web predates even that. Up until now, iOS was the obvious absentee in the list of platforms supported by Chaos Control. The app has finally made its way to the iPhone, offering the easy list management and syncing features that distinguish it from its competitors. You can create projects, add tasks to them, set reminders and view pending tasks in the context of your daily routine.
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Thursday, March 14, 2013

HRJ Tricks: Exchange Link

HRJ Tricks: Exchange Link: I Rishabh Jain owner of this blogger. Taking some decision in favour of  HRJ Tricks  fans because many of visitors visit in my blog after v...

Tata Docomo Free 3G Internet GPRS Hack Trick for March April 2013

 As Tata Docomo is the growing network of all the states, many people can take the advantage of the trick and hack free gprs. The main advantage of the trick is that it is supporting all kinds of downloads. The facebook users can also enjoy the facebook activities for free of recharge cost.