Microsoft has revealed it’s redesigned Internet Explorer 11 at it’s Build 2014 conference held at Moscone Center in San Francisco from April 2 to April 4, 2014.,where they have announced the major changes they have made to Windows 8.1 – the latest update for Windows 8.
The new Internet Explorer 11 comes with more software and hardware compatibilities including hardware accelerated WebGL . Enhancements have been made for better media experience like HTML 5 videos . Windows 7 and 8 Operating systems will get the IE 11 in the coming days .
Continue reading New Internet Explorer 11 ,auto adjusts according to the device
When Techcrunch buzzed about the Office Mobile (finally ) from Microsoft ,I was amazed and rushed to try it on my Android mobile phone . At Techcrunch, the review of ‘Office Mobile on i-Pad’ was explaining the great features and giving me further push on trying . Continue reading Microsoft’s Official -office mobile for android – What the heck is this ?
I have been using Pulse e-reader application both on my Motorola Xoom tablet and Samsung Galaxy S2 for about an year. The sexy appeal of the feeds on Pulse makes me to read a lot. If you are using the very old fashioned Google reader for your feeds ,then definitely you would love to switch to Pulse app .
Pulse is a free application for your devices available on Google Play for download . Last week I have reviewed the Flipboard app ,which is similar to this app ,but Pulse scores more as it allows you to read more feeds in a limited space of screen .
Pulse for Desktop Computers
Pulse has been launched for Desktop users very recently ,it is available as an online app within your browser. Just go to Pulse.me and start using it [you can logging in using your Facebook Account for instant access ,but better to create a pulse account that carries all your feeds with you every where in every device )
Pulse – Features
- Screen shots of the pulse reader given here ,may give you the idea of look and feel of the app and great UI.
- Pulse gives you push notifications of the updated feeds (which can be set off from settings menu)
- You can add more pages and feeds
- Pulse offers you a very useful catalogue of feeds ,so you can pick up some
- Settings menu allows you to control the data connections (Update on Wi-Fi only etc..)views,flash use etc.
- Single user account created in Pulse syncs your contents on all devices .
Pulse tend to make use of my Xoom tablet more and more for reading !
Let us know what you feel about it in comments section !
Best of Android Apps Series – Mini Reviews at TecKdiary.com
I thought about giving my personal insights about the best apps of Android (sooner Apple)after using them for some time. There are tons of applications available in the Market ,as a user you may struggle to identify the best ones and usable ones .We ,at tecKdiary.com (My self and Stephen ) take care of this filtering job for you and plan to publish reviews of Good apps for smart phones (As we did for Symbian at symbiandreams.com ) continuously .
It is a small application (free) that allows you to read your subscribed feeds and the feeds recommended by the application itself in a beautiful and well organized view. You can simply flip up and down the pages by tapping your finger ,it offers you a great transition look ,makes the reading experience more colorful .
- You can choose the news items ,to add your Flipboard .
- You customize the Flipboard, watch out your Facebook ,Twitter timelines in a E-Book style (first image on the top shows my Facebook time line activity )
- You can add your Google feeds to this app, like most of other apps do .
- It has an average rating of 4.5 so far and downloaded over a million times .
Try Flipboard and let us know ,how is it !
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Android Jelly Bean 4.1 Changelog included.
Android Ginger bread gained a major share in Android eco system as per the recent reports ,the latest arrival, Jelly Bean just approached only 1.2% share . The new Samsung Galaxy S3 holds Jelly Bean 4.1 currently and this video is giving you a clear picture on the new Jelly Bean 4.1 . As a S2 owner I can simply compare this new one with my current Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 and waiting for the interesting update which is due to my device soon. Hope this video produced by Gsmarena will answer your questions about Jelly Bean .
Jelly Bean got plenty of performance updates and new features .If you wish ,visit the official Jelly Bean changelog page and have fun at reading .
What’s New in Galaxy S III Jelly Bean :
- Project Butter (smoother UI animations with higher frame rate)
- Offline voice typing support
- Better notification area with expandable notifications
- Better Settings organization
- Two different modes for home screen behavior
- Resizable pop-up play window
- S Note app replaces S Memo
So what is lost in Jelly Bean ?
Flash support has gone now ,you will get ugly look of some web sites due to the missing flash support !