Tag "App"

Now track your lost items at airports using Umang app

By : CIOL Writers

The EDP Cell of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), in collaboration with Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance (UMANG) team of National e-Governance Division (NeGD), has developed new ‘Lost and Found’ functionality in the Umang app that will help users

This AR-based gaming app gives kids a real-world petting experience

By : CIOL Writers

Always wanted your kid to have a pet? But, then it is not always realistic to manage a real one. We understand, so here’s an AR-based gaming app that gives your kids a real-world petting experience. It is developed by

Twitter ends support for Mac desktop app

By : CIOL Writers

Twitter has announced that it is ending support for the unpopular Twitter for Mac app and that the app has been pulled from the web and the App Store. Users have 30 days, starting on February 16, before the app will no

Alibaba-owned enterprise collaboration app DingTalk comes to India

By : CIOL Writers

In a bid to tap into the growing enterprise chat and collaboration app market in India, Alibaba-owned platform DingTalk has unveiled an English version of the app that caters to the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The English version of the app, also available

Rajinikanth launches website, app after announcing political debut

By : CIOL Writers

A Day after announcing his entry into Indian politics, Superstar Rajinikanth has launched a website(rajinimandram.org) and an Android app to help his followers register their names with the All India Rajinikanth Fans Association (Akila Indiya Rajinikanth Rasigar Mandram). The app

Did you know your kid can ‘learn to code’ online?

By : CIOL Writers

Abhishek Sawant A Google doodle recently celebrated fifty years of coding languages for kids by “Coding for Carrots.” It is the first ever coding Google Doodle and uses the ‘Scratch’ programming language. ‘Scratch’ is the most popular kids programming language,

HQ Trivia is finally coming to Android

By : CIOL Writers

HQ Trivia, the live trivia app is finally coming to Android. Created by Vine co-founders Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll, the app was previously available on iOS. Android users can pre-register to download the app on Google Play Store. HQ

Edward Snowden launches Haven, an Android app to protect you from intruders

By : CIOL Writers

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden unveiled a new surveillance app that helps you protect from spies. The app named Haven has been developed by The Guardian Project, Freedom Of The Press and Snowden to offer eyes and ears to prevent, or at least increase

MS Dhoni launches Run Adam to help youngsters realize sporting dreams

By : CIOL Writers

MS Dhoni, Indian cricket team’s “Captain Cool” has teamed up with Run Adam to launch an app that helps youngsters realize their sporting dreams. Run Adam is a sports talent ecosystem that connects aspiring athletes to their stakeholders on a

Reddit’s mobile app gets theater mode, chat function and more

By : CIOL Writers

Reddit has announced a number of changes to its iOS and Android apps for both users and moderators. Reddit says these features were developed as a response to community feedback. The biggest addition to the mobile apps is the user-to-user

Gurgaon-based Mobycy launches dockless bicycle sharing app

By : CIOL Writers

Gurgaon-based Mobycy has launched a dockless bicycle sharing application. Dockless bike sharing is a system where users can cycle a public bike without having to pick it up, or drop it off at a docking station. This is done via a mobile

Cheetah Mobile launches PhotoGrid lite in India

By : CIOL Writers

Cheetah Mobile has launched a lite version of its photo editing app, PhotoGrid in India to fit the needs of Indian mobile users with limited cellular data. The PhotoGrid app is a key product for Cheetah Mobile in India and India

Top 5 sports streaming apps for Android & iPhone

By : CIOL Writers

There are people who love cricket. Then there are those who love Football and of course, there’s a separate coterie of Lawn Tennis and NBA fans. And then comes those that love them all. Yes, the sport geeks who swear

Youtube gets a makeover and a new logo

By : CIOL Writers

Everybody’s favorite video streaming app Youtube is undergoing a huge makeover. The California based video platform has revamped its look with a new logo and desktop and app re-design. Neal Mohan, Chief Product Officer, YouTube in an official blog said, “We

Sarahah secretly uploads users’ contacts to the company’s server

By : CIOL Writers

Sarahah, the popular anonymous feedback app has been secretly uploading user data on the company’s server without your knowledge or permission. The behavior was spotted by security analyst Zachary Julian and first reported by The Intercept. According to Julian, the Sarahah app plays

Google testing ‘Search Lite’ app in select regions with patchy mobile network

By : CIOL Writers

After conquering the developed markets of the world, tech majors are now looking at the emerging markets as the new growth areas. However, the infrastructure or the lack of it poses a big deterrent here. So, to overcome this, the

Facebook covertly launches a mobile app in China

By : CIOL Writers

Facebook, which has largely been banned in China since 2009, has found a way to sneak in the country. The social networking company has quietly launched an app called Colorful Balloons that behaves very much like company’s own Moments, according to a report by

Uber partners Delhi Police to enhance women safety

By : CIOL Writers

Uber is partnering with Delhi Police to integrate women safety mobile app, Himmat in its rider app. The quick access to Himmat from within the Uber app will act as a “force multiplier,” the company said. This is Delhi Police’s first partnership with a technology company

Microsoft rolls out Kaizala, a ‘made for India’ chat application

By : CIOL Writers

Microsoft has launched its ‘made for India’ chat application called Kaizala. The application is designed for large group communication and can enable messages to be sent to millions of people in a group simultaneously. ”Kaizala brings together the two disparate

Automotive OEMs and the app-pedal

Shrikant Salke Automotive consumers have become increasingly tech-savvy and have started using mobile applications for each