Twitter Acquires Cover, an Android Screen Locker - To Improve Its Mobile Services

Tuesday, 15 April 2014


Twitter has acquired Cover, an android screen locker app that lets you customise what apps you see and when. You can read more on how Cover works here.

“We’re excited to announce that we are taking a turn today as we bring the Cover team to Twitter to take these ideas even further” says on Cover blog post.

“Twitter, like Cover, believes in the incredible potential of Android. They share our vision that smartphones can be a lot smarter — more useful and more contextual — and together we’re going to make that happen. We’ll be building upon a lot of what makes Cover great, and we’re thrilled to create something even better at Twitter.”

Say Goodbye to E-Commerce and Get Ready to Welcome M-Commerce

Saturday, 1 March 2014

Do you remember the time, when you use to go to the super market to buy products? Yes, we all do. Then with the popularity of telephone, people have started calling for home delivery then the time came when we all became too lazy to even call the super market and started using the concept of e-commerce. It looks like now we also have to say good bye to e-commerce because m-commerce is making its way at a very rapid pace in our lives.

Interesting Smartphone App Store Statistics [Infographic]

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Smartphones are now important parts of everyone lives. We love to play games, use apps and think to do new and new things from mobile phone, this amazing infographic made to show the smartphone stats and app store stats of iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows phone. According to this
infographic, 53% of smartphone users play games daily and it's correct because I use to play games daily and 70-80% of apps downloads are from the game category, there are more amazing stats to show the Smartphone App Store Statistics, look into this and share your views in comments section below:

Cancer Can Be Cured By Mobile Game App - Play to Cure: Genes in Space

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Cancer is one of the deadliest decease of this world which is affecting about 4.9 percent people all over the world. In order to effectively fight with this decease, the scientist at Cancer Research UK have developed an interesting game which will hook the players to the game while helping the scientist to analyze the genetic data which they have gathered in recent years. Play to Cure: Genes in Space is the world's first free mobile game that uses the collective force of players to analyze real genetic data and help beat cancer sooner," notes the game's description.

Mobile App or Mobile Friendly Website: 4 Helpful Points for Your Better Decision

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Before you can estimate the advantage of a Mobile App vs. a Mobile Website it’s significant to understand the key differences between the two. Both Mobile Website and App are retrieved on handheld devices such as tablets and Smartphones.

Apple iPhone 5S Beats Samsung and Nexus in the Google Trends 2013

Friday, 17 January 2014

Even after Steve Jobs, the legacy of being unique and trend setter has been continued by the management of Apple Inc. This fact was again came into the light when Google trends 2013 has launched the list of “Top Consumer Electronics 2013”.

iPhone 5S topped the chart whereas second position was grabbed by Samsung Galaxy S4 and PlayStation was able to secure 3rd position in the list. Other products which were able to make it to the top list were Xbox, Nexus, HTC one, iPad Air etc.

Why You Should Invest in IBM Worklight Whereas PhoneGap is Available at No Cost

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

About IBM Worklight there are many assumptions that show it is quite similar to PhoneGap as many enterprises and customers are still confused as why they should go for this highly paid tool as some other tools are available completely free of cost. It is quite obvious for the enterprises to raise this question but they should not only be concerned about its expenditure but what matters is what one gets after spending on it ROI i.e. return on investment.

However there lies much of difference between IBM Worklight and PhoneGap.