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Google Maps Navigation arrives in 20 more countries including Sri Lanka

September 22, 2014

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Google Maps Navigation is a mobile based application developed by its author, the very known Google Inc, for its official operating system Android and alternatively for iOS. This was later put into Google Maps by integrating into one. It provides GPS (Global positioning system) navigation turn-by-turn with voice guided instructions from source to the given […]

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Speed Index :: A localized app to check internet speed by location [Enriching Srilanka]

December 11, 2013

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Speed Index by Mobyle, is a localized android application (for Srilankans) developed by its founder Hameedul Aqeel.  This application provides an updated average speeds of localized network providers by its location. Which means; either a user needs to key-in their preferred place to obtain DATA from or by letting the GPS track down current location […]

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Find Your Android using Android device manager

October 25, 2013

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Lost your Android device? Couldn’t find it? Do not worry Google will locate your device for you. This was initially introduced by Apple by there Find My iPhone, Although it is a late catch up Google it works really well. You can remotely ring your Android device and you can also wipe all the date in your […]

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BlackBerry Messenger for Android (BBM) :: A walk-through

October 23, 2013

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After a big battle, long awaited BBM is arrived for both Android & iOS platforms. BBM (BlackBerry Messenger), an instant messaging application platform made for smartphone owners by Blackberry Ltd formerly known as RIM (Research In Motion). It was previously available only for the BlackBerry smartphones as now it support Android & iOS, the most famous mobile operating […]

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Dialog i35 :: A walk-through review

October 23, 2013

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This is how it all started My friends and family always say that I’m a lucky chap. But I don’t believe in luck thus I challenged myself and tried on my fortune to prove that they are wrong. It was the T20 World Cup season and Dialog Axiata (a well reputed telecommunication organizer in Sri Lanka) came up […]

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The Nexus 5 :: Image leaked on Google Play store

October 20, 2013

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Nexus 5, one of the most awaiting phone to be released by its manufacturer Google. After Google accidentally leaked shots of a new handset last month, images of its rumoured Nexus 5 phone have made an appearance on official Play store. Android Police managed to capture the Nexus 5 image from Google’s own server though the […]

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How to backup your Whatsapp Messages with SMS Backup+

August 11, 2013

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The waiting is no more for Android Whatsapp users, the developers has provided a solution to backup your whatsapp messages directly to your gmail, This application is non other than  SMS Backup+. We have already done a tutorial on basic SMS Backup+ functions How to backup SMS & Call log on your Android. For this tutorial i’m using […]

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Google Talk to Google Hangouts ~ A walkthrough

August 1, 2013

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Few months back at the Google I/O conference, Google has announced about their replacement of Talk platform with Google Hangouts. Hangouts, previously known as Google talk is an IM (instant messaging) platform offered by Google. In my personal opinion, I would recommend using this to anyone rather than other IM services. Because, unlike others Google always […]

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Viber for Desktop is just amazing

June 1, 2013

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Viber, an instant messaging & a VOIP software developed for smartphones. It is also a cross-platform application. Now, very recently they have released their desktop application for Windows & MAC for its users. Viber actually syncs all your viber contacts, chat & history so that you can get connected with the contacts even when you’re […]

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Android WCDMA / 3G only

April 25, 2013

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After upgrading you phone to ICS or if you have a shiny new android phone you might not find WCDMA only option under network settings which is a painful thing when you have a lower 3G coverage and want to browse some websites or download some apps. Here’s a simple workaround. Open up the dial pad and […]

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