Mobile

Google adds Google Keep

After axing Reader a few days back, Google unveiled Google Keep. Integrated with Google Drive, Google Keep aims to help you keep track of your notes. The interface is very basic on the browser and straightforward on your phone.

Amazon adds Send to Kindle button

Ever since I bought a Kindle around a year back, I’ve rediscovered my love for books. The various apps available for desktop and mobile make reading a breeze. However, I am yet to use the Kindle to browser websites, because the browser is just not built for this.

Introduction to VPN on Mobile Phones

If you have a mobile phone or portable PC then you essentially have a full computer—one that is open to security threats, just as your laptop or desktop.  How many times do you access bank sites or other sites that store passwords?  Probably more often than you are comfortable admitting!

What 2013 will bring to the Tablet and mobile phone market

In today’s day and age, new technology is released at such an alarming rate, it is often hard to keep up with what is new and what is now considered old school. For example, in the UK, if you do a two year cell phone contract which seems to be the norm, by the time the contract is up, it is highly likely that three or four new versions of your phone have come out with at least five or six, software upgrades. Often these can be insignificant layout modifications or slightly more streamline designs as electronics manufactures strive to make their hardware smaller and smaller.

Convert files on your mobile to PDF with Able2Extract PDF Converter

Able2Extract Mobile for smartphones and tablets is a free, lightweight and easy to use app for creating and converting PDF documents. Available on Android and iOS, users can create PDF from MS Office documents and convert PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more. All you need to do is locate any file on your Android or iOS device and select to open it using Able2Extract PDF Converter.

Game for the weekend: Wreck-it Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph is a cool new animated movie that tells the story of a video game villain who wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream. But his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives. If you’ve watched the movie, you’ll note three key games that are highlighted throughout the movie.

Five Fun AND Useful Smart Phone Apps

Peel TV remotes are one of those things people love to hate. After all, TV remotes are forever disappearing, their batteries dying, and they just don’t do enough. The Peel app for Android, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is a fun and useful alternative.

Review of avast! Mobile Security posted at Blogsolute

When I checked out avast! Mobile Security, I was impressed by what the free mobile app had to offer and wrote to Rohit of Blogsolute to write a guest post on Blogsolute. Rohit was kind enough to oblige and you can read the article that was posted early this week.

How to take a screenshot on Google Nexus 7

In the past taking a screenshot from your Android device was a painful experience requiring you to root your device. Even today, many of the screenshot apps available on Google Play require root access. However, if you’re running Android Jelly Bean then you don’t need any special apps to take screenshots, since the OS comes inbuilt with support for them!

1Weather gives you the best weather experience on Android

If you have the Google Search app on your Android lets you quickly view the current weather of the location that you’re in, but anything more than that is just a painful experience! I’ve been searching for a decent weather app and came across 1Weather which is simply a cool app if you’re interested in monitoring the weather around you or any other city in the world. 1Weather gives you real-time weather information and forecasts plus weather related tweets from your area that tell you what real people are saying about current weather conditions.