Download LastPass Browser for iPhone and iPad

Isn’t it hideous to always have to enter your Username and password when you have to log-in to your account on your iPhone or iPad. Safari Mobile browser doesn’t support the very helpful LastPass Extension which is available for the Mac. Of course you could make use of LastPass on your iPhone or iPad via certain bookmarklets, but even that is quite irritating.

Thus LastPass has gone all the way and developed an all new browser designed for the iPhone and the iPad. The LastPass browser is available via the App Store, but whereas the iPad App is free, the iPhone App will set you back by $12 per year. The browser for the iPad is known as LastPass Tab and does have the tabbed feature, but nothing that is really appealing. It is a really simple browser that helps you skip through the log-in process without any hassles. The LastPass Tab also has built in support for Multi-Touch in iOS 4.2.

Download LastPass Browser for iPhone/iPod Touch from iTunes, requires iOS 3.0 or later

Download LastPass Tab Browser for iPad from iTunes, requires iOS 3.2 or higher.

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Gets Ported to Nook Color

Nook Color is Barnes & Nobles best selling product and obviously a good contender to the Amazon Kindle and also the Apple iPad when it comes to eReader functionality. The Nook Color after all, has a color display, which the Kindle doesn’t and it runs on Google’s Android OS. Recently, Google previewed a video on the latest upcoming tablet specific Android, the Honeycomb 3.0 and also released an SDK for developers to try it out and find out what’s new. Of course it’s just an emulator and not the original release, but there are some real geeks out there who want to test it out on anything possible.

So the guys at XDA-Developers got hold of the Honeycomb SDK and ported it to the decently priced Nook Color. It’s always the guys at xda-developers that think of doing something like this that could help people enjoy a really good operating system. Although, the port is not all that fast and is quite buggy, but hey, it’s not an official OS too, just a developer version. They aren’t going to give up though, the developer states :

It does indeed run very slow so far. Touchscreen is working now. I’ll try to get the graphics acceleration running over the weekend that should help with performance.

If the developer succeeds in getting Android Honeycomb to run smoothly with all it’s amazing features then new tablets such as the Motorola Xoom, which hasn’t been released yet, may have some competition from this cheap yet powerful tablet/e-reader. If you have a Nook Color and want to experiment on running Android 3.0 SDK on it then follow this link here. Below is the video for all those who want to see how the Nook Color runs on Android 3.0 Preview SDK;

Xda-developers is a really good forum and it has helped me run Android 2.2.1 on my battered old Xperia X1. Runs great and smooth. Do let us know if you’ve had any help from the amazing developers at XDA on your device.

Motorola Defy Android Phone Unveiled in India

Few days we had updated you with the upcoming Dual 3G SIM Phone from Motorola Glen, now Motorola is back again with another handset which is specially designed to be suited for Indian Terrain, Motorola Defy.

Motorola Defy

Motorola Defy is a full featured smartphone with strong rugged Qualities. It is specially designed to suit Indian environment, with water, dust and drop resistant features. It is an Android Based OS phone, with 3.7-Inches Capacitive Touchscreen. Its 5 MP camera, MotoBlur UI and FM Radio adds more beauty and power to it.

Motorola Defy Android Phone
Motorola Defy Android Phone

It features Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, DLNA, 3G, A-GPS and Bluetooth 2.1 with AD2P. It is integrated with 2 GB internal memory, and external memory card slot allows you to add upto 32 GB memory.

Features of Motorola Defy

  • 3.7-Inches Capacitive Touchscreen
  • Gorilla Glass Display
  • Android OS 2.1 (Éclair)
  • 800 MHz Cortex A8 Processor
  • 2 GB Internal Memory
  • 512 MB RAM
  • MicroSD slot available, expandable upto 32 GB
  • 5 MP Camera with LED Flash
  • HD Video Recording @ 30fps
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA
  • GPS & A-GPS support
  • Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP

Features of Motorola Defy are amazing, but I think the price is bit costly. It is priced at Rs. 18000/-

So will you go with Motorola Defy? Do share your views with us.

Saving App: Manage your Finance easily on Mac

When it comes to finance and managing my money records, I am not that efficient. I do prefer to use some or other tool to manage my money and let me know where I am spending my money and how much money I am saving.

I tried few money managing apps but they were packed with many complex features which were confusing. I always prefer to use a simple application which suits my requirement and Saving is a very user-friendly application for Mac which can easily manage personal finance.
Here are few features of Saving App for Mac:

  • It can handle multiple accounts.
  • Provides proper categories like checking accounts, saving accounts, credit cards etc.
  • Keep tracks of account that is from where money is coming and where your money is getting spend.
  • Keep tracks of up and downs of your bills, balance, expenses and more.
  • Imports transactions from bank easily and supports multiple currencies.
  • It is easy to search any transaction or expenses in Saving app.

Check out the screenshots below:

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I like the way it represent all my data and not just few numbers. It provides the report in an easy form and as I am not an account student I find it very easy to keep track of my money in an interesting way. The interface and navigation of application is also good.

It is also useful for freelancers or bloggers to manage their money. Overall Saving App for Mac is packed with lots of useful feature and that too in simple way. It is available for free trial if you like the app then you can buy it for $19.99. You can download Saving App for Mac from it’s official website.

Apple iPod Classic May Get 220 GB of Storage

Many of us may not be fond of the Apple iPod Classic, mainly because it’s old, bulky and out of fashion. It’s not the same idea with people who have a huge collection of music and like to carry it around with them. The iPod Touch won’t help you out then, with all that touchscreen magic there is not much storage space. I myself have around a 100gig of music and iPod Touch wouldn’t be my first choice.

That’s where the iPod Classic steps in with it’s marvelous storage capacity of 120GB and 160GB which would surely be very useful for geeks who like to carry a lot more music, videos and other data wherever they go. And even though the iPod Classic is quite old now and hasn’t been updating since a long time, Apple hasn’t stopped it’s production and still sells it.

This could all change with the all new Toshiba hard drives that offer storage capacities of up to 220GB in the same 1.8 inch 5mm form factor the iPod Classic uses. The new Toshiba MK series of hard drives come in 160GB, 200GB and 220GB and according to a report by Hardmac, Apple may soon update the iPod Classic line up with these hard drives.

Imagine the iPod Classic, the big boy of all the iPods, to be packing another 60GB more, that’s like carrying half of a normal home computers storage around in your pocket. If Apple decides to update the current line-up of the Classic with the Toshiba 220GB Hard Drives then I’m definitely all game for getting myself a brand new iPod Classic.

What would you do? There’s the iPhone 4 for the calls and multi-tasking and then there’s the iPod Classic for your storage needs.

Official Apple iPad Prices, India

We recently told you that Apple will be officially launching the much eagerly awaited iPad Tablet today, January 28. They’ve kept to their word and also have updated their Apple India website with the latest and official Apple iPad prices for both the Wi-Fi and 3G models. There wasn’t any much drama, just a message saying that they’re updating their product catalog and that is it. No word on the pricing of the iPhone 4 or launch date in India.

The Apple iPad, although available in India via other means or through Ebay or other online sources, wasn’t much advertised in India. The iPad was actually launched last year, but unfortunately Apple did not launch it in India at the same time and now it’s almost about a year after that it’s being launched in India. Not really a good idea for marketing as it has been much speculated that the iPad 2 will start production next month. Anyways, below is the official prices of both the Wi-Fi and 3G models of the iPad;

Now the question is, would you rather wait for the iPad 2 or rush to an Apple Store nearby to buy the iPad? For more information on the iPad and how to order your iPad please visit the Apple India Online Store.

iPhone/iPad Game App Review: Dead Space

Dead Space™ is a sci-fi action game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. This game features enough blood and violence to make any FPS gamer satisfied. While some people stated that this game was frightening, it was far from it. However, blood drenched corpses will fall from the corridors and the dark atmosphere should be enough for some of the more casual gamers to tremble.

You are Vandal who is left alone to fend for himself as menacing alien beings called Necromorphs try to attack and eat you for dinner.  If you have experience playing any third person shooter for the iOS device then you should have no problem navigating through this game. You will use the left side of the screen to either run, or walk and the right side of the screen will be used for aiming and controlling your point of view.

Those who are familiar with the console version should see recognizable abilities and weapons. You will have several weapons such as the plasma saw along with gadgets like the kinesis and stasis module.  Kinesis will use some kind of laser type force to pick up and throw objects that you normally couldn’t do with your own strength. And the stasis module is also available and will allow you to form a force field around a Necromorph, essentially paralyzing it and leaving it open for you to gleefully kill.

The game offers eleven exciting chapters which should take from anywhere between 4-10 hours. The game is full of suspense and you might notice your pulse rising just a bit. The graphics are beautiful and the sound effects are really realistic. Those who actually watch the cut scenes will also be satisfied with the voice over’s. This game is really an excellent FPS game and those who are a fan of them will definitely need to check this game out!. The cost of this game is $6.99.


The Sony PSP 2 Officially Revealed, A Real Game Changer

The day has finally arrived, Sony has finally revealed a next-generation power packed portable gaming device (Sony PSP 2), a successor to the Sony PSP. It’s been code-named NGP, I’ve no idea what that stands for, but once you know what’s packed inside this 5-inch beast, you’ll never want to know what NGP means.

The reveal took place today at the PlayStation Event being held in Tokyo and took everyone by surprise. Below you’ll find some exclusive pictures and the official specification list. The Sony PSP 2 a.k.a NGP has some really cool hardware that will take gaming to the next level.Sony PSP 2

Oh yeah, and NGP stands for next generation portable. Surely this is a gaming device for the next generation, but it will also act as a medium of social interaction. The Sony PSP 2 will not run on UMD’s, instead they’ll be using some kind of flash memory on which no information is available. So here we go, the official specification list;

What the Next Generation Sony PSP 2 will have:

  • 5-inch OLED Capacitive Display with a resolution of 960 x 544 and
  • A new UI known as Live Area showcasing various home-screens and built in Social Media apps via the Playstation Network
  • A quad-core ARM Cortex A9 CPU
  • A quad-core Imagination Technologies SGX543MP4+ GPU
  • Multiple Capacitive Touch Pads in the front and also on the back for extra and new controls
  • Both Front and Rear Cameras
  • Stereo speakers and a Microphone
  • Dual Analog sticks and the other normal gameplay buttons
  • A Six Axis Motion Sensing System consisting of 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis electronic compass
  • Built in GPS, 3G and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth for location based services and Internet connectivity/sharing

To know more about the new Sony PSP 2 a.k.a NGP please read the complete Press release. The Sony PSP 2 will most probably be launched and will be hit stores in the 2011 holiday season.

[ Via Engadget ]

What do you think of the amazing features in the Sony PSP 2 a.k.a  NGP? Do you enjoy playing games on the PSP, would you like to buy the PSP 2 when it’s released?

CleanApp: Clean Your Mac from Unwanted Apps

Installing any application on Mac is very easy. You just need to drag and drop the app in Application folder. If you are not aware how to install any application on Mac then here is a quick guide:

  • Download the app. ( Here I am downloading CleanApp )


  • Once you will download the app, you will get a dialog box having App icon.
  • Now drag that app icon in your Application folder.


  • Done guys, your application is installed. You can see the app icon in your application folder.


Just as installing, deleting application is equally easy as you just need to drag the app icon to Trash. But while deleting many applications, few of the related files are not deleted from your Mac.
In such case, there is an application called as CleanApp which removes all unwanted app files from Mac. CleanApp is a user-friendly app with good interface to get rid of all unwanted files which are saved in different locations by just drape and drop. It is one of the best Mac uninstaller I came across.
Download Link to CleanApp

  • Download and install CleanApp ( follow above installation steps )
  • Once installed you will see a dialog box like below. Click on left icon to logging to CleanApp.


  • Once logging is done, CleanApp will keep track of all the app installed and where are files saved of the app. Thus while removing it will be aware from where to delete all related files.
  • When you want to uninstall any app, just drag n drop it to CleanApp and it will find all related and duplicate file to be removed and it will trash same.


  • It will provide you all related files to that dragged app and duplicate files too, if there are any. You can even scan again to search duplicate or relevant files.


More Mac Applications:

As a blogger, I find this app very useful because I keep on trying new applications to share with my readers and CleanApp becomes very handy when I need to uninstall unwanted apps on Mac. It is available for free trial, so that you can pay later if you like the application. CleanApp costs $15 and it’s worth giving a try.
If you are using any other Mac uninstalling app then do share with us.

Is the Nintendo 3DS Really 3D?

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The Nintendo 3DS is the latest handheld console to hit the market, and it’s most remarkable feature is 3D, without 3D glasses.

This is an immense deal, but just how 3D is the Nintendo 3DS, really?

After a little bit of experimentation with one of these gadgets at a local trade show I can say the Nintendo 3DS really is 3D. To a certain extent at least.  The Nintendo 3DS looks highly 3D if you have it at the exact angle. The good news is that the Nintendo 3DS includes an easy to use slider which controls the depth of field of the 3D depth.

Fortunately if you are in a situation where the Nintendo 3DS doesn’t work, you can easily slip it back in to 2D mode!

The 3D does not end at the display.  The Cameras on the Nintendo 3DS can also take 3D images to display on your screen, this is actually a pretty cool feature, and fairly unique (especially at the price).

On top of the 3D features of the Nintendo 3DS, this stunning console has an interior gyroscope for even more engrossing console control in game. This extra level of control comes in extremely useful in the 3D world.

So the Nintendo 3DS really does have true 3D, without needing 3D glasses. but is it worth the cost? The nintendo 3DS costs nearly $100 more than it’s predecessors.  The 3D gameplay is definitely more engrossing, but do we really want to spend the extra cash?

In the end the decision is down to the buyer, if you love Nintendo DSi games then this is the obvious step up. However if you just use your Nintendo DS console for text based games, or brain training games, then you probably will not need the 3D functionality of the Nintendo 3DS.

The 3D funcitonality is definitely unique, and definitely a whole new level of gameplay, however it does not perform too well in strong outdoor light. In most environments however the Nintendo 3DS performs admirably, with an intendely in depth level of gameplay with it’s enthralling 3D capabilities!