Monthly Archives: July 2012

Android

ANT BUSTER – +101

Ant Buster is the original and one of the best ant smashing game on Android It also popular for its amazing 3 easy gameplay steps.
If you want to get full fun from Ant Buster create a Swarm Account to access Global Leader board.
Amazing 3 Steps to start Ant Buster D
Step 1 Select Play Button on Main Menu.Step 2 Bust as many Ants you want.Step 3 Keep playing until you beat your score or your friends score and Keep yourself on top 10 ) .
If you have any further questions about Leader board or about our game please feel free to reach out to our support team at admindaydreamerslab.com.
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Android

XnView Sketch – +101

With XnView Sketch you can easily turn your photos into cartoon or sketch images.

Android

XnView Retro – +101

With XnView Retro you can easily turn your photos into instantvintage images.

Android

Training Faces – +101

Train game app to help individuals recognize emotions for individuals with Autism amp other special needs
The app is designed to help people with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and other individuals with special needs with emotion recognition a skill that often eludes people with disabilities. The app is geared to help in three distinct ways improve recognition of the emotion the meaning behind the emotion and then the speed at which the individual can interpret the emotion. Great Geography fun as well. A percentage of each app goes to Autism charities.

Android

AT&T drops HTC One X to $99 on contract for a limited time promotion

AT&T drops HTC One X to $99 on contract for a limited time promotion

AT&T is currently running a great promotion for the HTC One X Android smartphone.  For a limited time only, the One X is available for $99 on a new two year contract.  Anyone eligible for an upgrade, looking to add-a-line, or start an account with AT&T is eligible to take advantage of the $99 priced HTC One X.

According to a HTC PR rep, the HTC One X’s price slash from $199 to $99 less than three months after its launch is part of a back-to-school promotion.  I imagine that it will return to its normal price of $199 in a few weeks, but until then, it’s a great deal.  Pitted against the Samsung Galaxy S III and Motorola ATRIX HD, I’m sure the One X will do better with its recent price cut.

[AT&T]

 

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Google Talk to step aside for Hangouts in Gmail

Ten heads are better than one, or so our friends at Google think as they have today unveiled that Google+ Hangouts will be replacing Google Talk as the embedded video chat service within Gmail. From today the service will be available for all users with a personal Google account, you’ll need to sign up for Google+ to enable the video conferencing feature.

Google Talk has long been Google’s messaging service since it launched on desktops back in summer 2005. It was also a mainstay of Android right from the very beginning, included as a core application in version 1.0 back in 2008. Google later added video calling to the application via the Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 update for the Samsung Nexus S.

Cue the launch of Google+ back in summer 2011. Google+ has had mixed success to date, although still very much a work in progress. All pros and cons considered, it’s fair to say that Hangouts has been one of the stand-out features of the service. As soon as Google+ was launched many Android users questioned the need for both Hangouts and Google Talk. Could this latest move be a nail in the coffin for Google Talk? Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

 

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Source: Gmail Blog