Posts tagged Android
Yesterday Blackberry announced the release of its most used product i.e. Blackberry messenger both on iPhone and Android. But the main issue with that was user need to first register its email and than need wait for until and unless you get the official mail from Blackberry.
But we have a simple technique which can help you to bypass this waiting list and can actually register for BBM. Below are the steps.
Download the BBM from AppStore for iPhone and from Playstore for Android. Open the app and follow the registration process. And once you get the field where you need to enter your email, enter the email and forcefully close the app. In iPhone you can close by double clicking the button and in Android goto Manage apps in Settings, select BBM and tap force to close.
After completing the above process open the app again and continue with the registration process and this time it will accept your email address and will bypass the waiting list.
It worked for me and I am enjoying its features.
Let me know if it works for you.
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Proud Samsung owners of Galaxy S4 can download near final build of the company’s Android 4.3 distribution. Sammobile on Sunday released an Android 4.3 build that’s designed to run on the Galaxy S4 and user can download the build from Sammobile website. However it’s not clear whether it’s safe to download and will it cause any trouble for those who download’s it (Install at your own risk).
Rumors are already out that Android 4.3 will be available for Galaxy S4 users in a couple of week. So those who are eager to get Android 4.3 can refer to Sammobile site and those who wants to play safe can officially wait for Samsung updates.
Recently Google announced the revamped version of Gmail for web, which includes the new tabbed inbox. And with that Google also announced that they will soon release the corresponding app update with the same features. Today Google released the updated app for Gmail.
Latest Gmail app for Android is actually very fast and it’s UI is absolutely awesome. It takes the full advantage of Tabbed Inbox interface, and with that user can filter the email in much more efficient way.
Along with the Tabbed Inbox feature, Google also updated the app with pull to refresh, and I was just waiting for this. Now instead on tapping on refresh button users can just pull to refresh like any other similar app.
There are tons of other changes related to performance and it really makes Gmail app very fast on Android and I strongly recommend this update to download.
All this great features is surely on the way for iPhone and I am eagerly waiting for this.
Download: Gmail for Android on the Play Store
Google has updated its Chrome web browser for Android with several new features and upgrades.
With new update Android users will be able to access the saved passwords and have forms auto filled when they are signed into Chrome same as the Desktop version. Also the new releases brings several stability improvements.
Download Google Chrome for Android from Google Play.
Making a brief appearance just 2 days ago, Google Keep is now live and available. Even the corresponding Android app is available for download.
I personally use Evernote and I really like it and now with Google coming with its service I might move to it since now everything will be integrated for me. And for all Android lovers its already available in the Play Store. Even the corresponding website is available for all the users who are not Android users and its tied with Google Drive. For iOS users its still not announced whether when the app will be released.