Google Triangle App Is Aimed at Helping You Save Mobile Data

Google Triangle App Is Aimed at Helping You Save Mobile Data

Google has launched a new Triangle app that’s aimed at save that precious mobile data from being wasted unnecessarily. The app is currently being tested only in the Philippines, and most of the features work only for Globe and Smart prepaid users only. This app is designed mainly for those regions where data caps are a big deal still – and optimum utilisation of data is essential. The Triangle app sees your current data usage, looks at your data cap, checks data balance, and uses a feature called Data Saver…

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Plex App for Android Will Now Let You Play Files Stored on Your Phone

Plex App for Android Will Now Let You Play Files Stored on Your Phone

Popular media server Plex has just brought a major update to its app for Android. You can now open and play pretty much any video file stored on your Android device or SD card, and you no longer have to play it through a third-party player. The company says that with this update, you will no longer face the problem of opening video files stored locally. The latest update for Android will now let you play local video files including .MP4s, .MKVs, .AVIs, .WMVs, and .WMDs, among other formats, within…

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Mobile App for Members of Parliament to Track Women’s Health

Mobile App for Members of Parliament to Track Women’s Health

A mobile application Swasthya Samiksha was launched here on Thursday which enables Members of Parliament to track women’s reproductive health in their constituencies and bring improvement. White Ribbon Alliance India, Centre for Catalysing Change and Swaniti Initiative, all not-for-profit organisations, collaboratively launched the app to help the MPs oversee the maternal health related indicators in their constituencies. The app — Swasthya Samiksha — which is still in its experimental phase, will be providing district-wise data for states of Jharkhand, Bihar, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh initially. “Swasthya Samiksha aims to engage…

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Apple to Remove Outdated Apps From App Store; Limits Names to 50 Characters

Apple to Remove Outdated Apps From App Store; Limits Names to 50 Characters

Apple is cleaning out the trash. The Cupertino giant is sending out emails to developers informing them that the App Store is being scrutinised for unwanted apps. If the app is found to be outdated, no longer functioning as intended, or violating review guidelines, it will be removed from the App Store. Additionally, Apple is also restricting app names to 50 characters on the App Store to avoid search optimisation tactics. Apple will begin the process of review from September 7. “To make it easier for customers to find great…

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App to show if your Beer is clean or Stale

App to show if your Beer is clean or Stale

in this sizzling warmness, chilled beer is what comes to your rescue however what if it has long past stale, threatening to damage your party? No worries as now there’s a phone app which can tell you if your beer is fresh to be gulped down tonight.Chemists from the Complutense university of Madrid have evolved a technique that allows brewers to degree the freshness of beer through using a polymer sensor that changes coloration upon detecting furfural – a compound that looks while this beverage a long time and offers…

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phone App facts exhibits the sector isn’t always sleeping sufficient

phone App facts exhibits the sector isn’t always sleeping sufficient

women inside the age organization 30-60 worldwide are snoozing greater than men — about 30 minutes greater on common — even as center-elderly men are getting the least sleep, frequently getting much less than the recommended seven-eight hours, a cellphone app-based totally take a look at spanning a hundred international locations has found out.folks that spend some time in the sunlight each day generally tend to go to bed earlier and get greater sleep than those who spend maximum in their time in indoor light, the group from university of…

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Infosys Co-Founder Launches App Chronicling Indian IT Journey

Infosys Co-Founder Launches App Chronicling Indian IT Journey

Infosys co-founder S Gopalakrishnan Sunday launched a new app itihaasa that chronicles the “fascinating journey” of the Indian IT industry since the 1950s. “I have been a part of the industry for over 37 years and have seen the industry grow, prosper and become an important part of the economy. I am fortunate to have been a part of this fascinating journey. With itihaasa, we hope to reach the incredible story of Indian IT to many more people across the world,” Gopalakrishnan told PTI. He added that itihaasa is one…

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New App to Help Avoid Landslide-Blocked Roads in Sikkim, Darjeeling

New App to Help Avoid Landslide-Blocked Roads in Sikkim, Darjeeling

Having faced roadblocks such as landslides and construction while traveling in the hilly areas of Sikkim, a team of engineering students from the National Institute of Technology (NIT) – Sikkim has designed a community-based app that helps people avoid such road obstructions. Launched on April 14 by Sikkim Governor Shriniwas Patil, the app named ‘Companion’ is a crowd-based navigation service, currently available for Sikkim and Darjeeling in West Bengal. “People can get stuck due to landslides etc. in the hills for three to four hours at a stretch. The app…

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Apple Forms Team to Explore Changes to App Store: Report

Apple Forms Team to Explore Changes to App Store: Report

Apple has formed a secret team to explore changes to its App Store, including a new strategy for charging developers to have their apps more prominently displayed, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the plans. The iPhone maker is considering paid searches, similar to Google’s model, where companies would have to pay to have their apps appear among top search results based on what a customer is seeking, Bloomberg said. About 100 employees are working on the project, including many engineers from Apple’s advertising group iAd, which is being scaled…

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Odd-Even Rule: iUnir Launches Ride-Sharing App

Odd-Even Rule: iUnir Launches Ride-Sharing App

As the city gears up for the second innings of odd-even rule, startup iUnir has launched a mobile application to facilitate ride sharing on personal vehicles. “There are about 1 crore seats that are estimated to be vacant in personal cars and bikes of people in Delhi. These can be utilised during odd and even scheme period. People opting for ride-share through iUnir need to only pay for cost of that ride,” iUnir Co-founder Sandeep Kumar told PTI. (Also see:  Odd-Even Rule: Startups Expand Scope, Offer Free Rides) There are…

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