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Nook For iOS Now Supports VoiceOver & Zooming Feature

11/26/2012, Users of Barnes & Noble’s Nook app on iOS will love to hear that the app has just been updated to version 3.3.0. The key feature of the new update is the support for Apple’s VoiceOver accessibility feature which helps people with reading...

Photos to Art app will turn your Instagram snaps into reality

11/26/2012, Instagram has this uncanny ability to take regular looking photos and turn them into more interesting pieces – it’s either that or it’s the hipster in me that’s talking. In any case that’s not to say that great photos can’t be taken by...

Facebook reportedly pushing their developers towards Android

11/26/2012, Android users, have you ever felt that when it came to the native Facebook app for your phone that perhaps the social networking giant could be favoring iOS when it comes to implementing new features and issuing updates? Well it looks like the higher ups...

Messages beta client for OS X Lion to expire on 14th December

11/19/2012, Mac OS  X Mountain Lion users get access to the Messages app, which is essentially iMessage for Mac. OS X Lion users have the app too albeit in a beta form and the only way to get the full version would be to upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion. For some the...

The official Pokedex makes its way onto iOS devices in Japan

11/16/2012, While there exist unofficial Pocket Monster apps in the iTunes App Store, we have a feeling that many Pokemon players might soon start switching over to the official app if and when it makes its way out of Japan. Yup the Pokemon Company has announced the...

Google launches augmented reality game called Ingress on Android

11/15/2012, Google is upping the ante by launching an augmented reality game called Ingress. Developed by John Hanke and his team at Niantic Labs, Ingress is inspired by J. J. Abrams’s “Lost,” although Hanke says that they don’t want to leave...

Referee Pro app can flash penalty cards on a smartphone

11/15/2012, Athletes aren’t the only ones relying on technology nowadays. Siine, a start-up company based in London and Barcelona, wants referees to enjoy the gift of technology too. They’ve created a brilliant smartphone app called Referee Pro which...

Dijit NextGuide Update

11/14/2012, Dijit NextGuide, the “hyper-personalized” TV guide for the iPad , was launched a couple of months ago and today the company rolled out a few new features to improve the user experience. According to the compnay, The guide works with traditional...

Dropcam for iPad Launched

11/14/2012, Dropcam has finally launched its iPad app, so if you own a Dropcam and an iOS tablet, you won’t have to deal with a magnified version of the iPhone app anymore. Obviously, the iPad has a larger screen (7.8″ to 9.6″), and Dropcam touts...

Android apps now installable from Google+ Stream

11/14/2012, Although the new feature has yet to be announced, Google is beginning to allow Google+ users to install Android apps right straight from the Stream. I personally tested the feature this morning and was able successfully install a number of apps on my...