Ubuntu One is a personal cloud storage web service for Ubuntu users which provides synchronization of not just files and folders but also bookmarks (via Firefox add-on), as well as bandwidth restriction management options (for downloading and uploading files). It also has an application for iPhone and Android phones which can also be used to stream music. Every user gets up to 2Gb of free storage. It also has a Continue Reading →
Miro Video Converter is a free and open source video converter, which converts any video format to MP4, WebM (vp8), Ogg Theora, Android, iPhone,iPad and other formats. It is available for Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. It has presets that also correct size and formats for phones, iPods, and many other media players. All you need to do is to convert your video and copy it to your Continue Reading →
Do you own an iPhone? If your answer is a “Yes” then you’re definitely in luck. I’m saying this simply because with iOS App Development Companies you’ve become an esteemed member of the elite group of technology-savvy individuals.
PhoneClean is a cool iPhone iPad cleaner by iMobie. With its simple and intuitive interface, users can easily use this management to clean junks, make iDevices faster and even keep the iPhone privacy from others.
Wondershare is offering a giveaway for the Wondershare Video Converter Pro for Windows. For those of you who may be unaware of this product, Wondershare Video Converter Pro is an all-in-one converter that offers video conversion to all popular formats, including formats compatible with desktop computers, tablets and smartphones.
I have an AVI file, but it can’t be edited in Final Cut Pro. My friends tell me to try a video converter tool to convert AVI to Final Cut Pro. After spending months of Sundays in looking for the right video converter, I decide to use Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate for Mac (Windows version available). My reasons for selecting Wondershare will be included in the review below.
Cell phones have probably reached the end of their natural life cycle and maybe are close to being replaced by a more lucrative technology (Hybrids anyone?). Not to mention there are already a wide range of hybrid devices entering the market and are likely to become better in coming years. There is even talk of Windows 8 based Hybrid devices with a SIM card with conventional microSD slots. Until the Continue Reading →
Apple has released their new upgrade of the firmware called iOS 6. There are quite a few features about this wonderful OS that have pleased people with iPhones, iPads and the latest generation iPod Touch devices. Below is an overview of a couple of the latest iOS 6 updates.
People, especially iOS users, might not have realized how much their everyday routine has grown dependent upon Google’s excellent mapping service and the turn-by-turn navigation instructions offered by it. However, when Apple announced that Google Maps will no longer be available as a native iOS app, there was a huge outcry. Apple promised to make up for the loss with a maps app of their own, but when Apple Maps Continue Reading →
Services like Skype, Viber and Tango have completely changed the concept of conference calling and VoIP in recent years, but an even bigger revolution was the arrival of these clients to smartphones. After all, apps that have free voice chat offer a functionality that seems to be tailor-made for a phone. The concept might have been perfected with the passage of time, but there is still room for improvement in Continue Reading →