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DisplayRecorder for iPhone Now Supports iOS 5 and iOS 5.0.1

If you remember well, we had done a complete review of this amazing Cydia app in question. Display Recorder is a Cydia application for jailbroken iOS devices that can record iPhone screen. This app is currently the only perfect solution to record the screen on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. All others that are available are no more supported with the new iOS versions or don’t work at all. [...]

DoubleTwist AirSync : AirPlay for Android Devices

DoubleTwist Airsync first began as an iTunes alternative for everyone, but now has transformed in to an Android app that currently brings Apple’s AirPlay extension to your favorite Android devices. Previously, when DoubleTwist was launched it did not have this new feature that enables AirPlay features to be used on your Android phone, but only had the ability to sync your iTunes playlist, videos, photos to your device. Recenlty, we [...]

4 Apps To Increase Android Performance

Anroid is one of the most popular mobile and tablet OS. Though, those who have been using Android for long, they are aware of performance issues. Here I’m going to share some useful apps which will help you to Increase android performance on your phone or tablet. Recently we trained you on how to root android phones using simple applications that you can download for free. Rooting gives your android [...]

This Picture Was Taken By the iPhone 5

Originally discovered by PocketNow, the image below seems to have been taken using the upcoming iPhone 5. And unlike other leaks and rumors that are fake, this happens to be real. Why? Because the EXIF data from the image has some data that doesn’t match with the Camera model it was taken from. The photo was uploaded on Flickr and supposedly taken by the iPhone 4, but the EXIF data [...]

Google Currents: Feed Reader App for Android and iOS

We recently reviewed the amazing magazine styled news reader app for iPhone called Flipboard. And now here’s a new one for both Android and iPhone and it’s by none other than Google. There are a lot of news reader apps out there, but there aren’t many that are fun to read. Google Currents, as this new app is called, has a magazine styled theme just like Flipboard. But, unlike the [...]

How to Fix iTunes Error 1015

The process of upgrading your iOS device to a custom firmware or downgrading to one that isn’t supported by your version of iTunes always comes with errors. There are so many errors that one will encounter when doing an upgrade or a restore, but the most common one would be the 1015 error on iPhone. I’m about to explain to you a really simple trick on how to fix 1015 [...]

Flipboard for iPhone: App Review

The very famous and widely used feed reader app for the Apple iPad, Flipboard, has now landed on the iPhone. If you’ve never heard of this app, then you should read our review of the iPad version here. Flipboard for iPhone is a magnificent magazine themed feed reader app that makes reading news articles much more interesting and fun. It places all the news articles from various websites and feeds [...]

The Patent War Between Apple and Samsung [Infographic]

If you’re a tech enthusiast or either an Apple or Samsung power user, then you probably know about the war going on between them. It started last year when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which very much looked like the iPad and that’s when it all started. Apple tried and succeeded blocking sales of Samsung products in various countries and that didn’t make the latter very happy. Then there [...]

How to Recover Deleted Files on Android

This kind of thing happens all the time. You leave your phone unattended, specially when there are kids or friends around, and return to find some files have magically disappeared from your Android device. It’s not really magical, but you’re going to be shocked when you find some important data missing from your phone. If you’re on your computer, there are many ways to deal with such situations. You can [...]

Google Music Brings Free Music Streaming, Cloud Storage and Sharing

Google has been playing it’s game from some time now, from Android to the all new Google Music. Yes, the music service that was announced at Google I/O earlier this year, has now gone from beta to final. Google’s music service, simply called Google Music, is now live for everyone in the U.S and they can use it to upload their songs, purchase music and even share them with friends. [...]