Sunday, July 15, 2012

0 Pokki, The App Store for Your Computer

Pokki is an application store and platform for the desktop, inspired by mobile with Apple-esque design appeal, a free software download that brings awesome apps and games to your desktop.

The PC user need only install Pokki once to have access to “Pokkis,” the service’s web connected desktop applications, via the Pokki store. The Pokki store sits conveniently alongside installed Pokkis in the menu bar, where users are presented with a simple always-connected, yet browser-free way to interface with web content.

Pokkis look and feel much like applications you’d find on mobile. They’re built in HTML5, CSS and Javascript for a modernized web application experience.

Awesome apps, one click away and always on.

Keep up to date with everything on Facebook, Tweet without opening a browser, or view beautiful photos on Instagram. Never miss out on important updates or messages with real-time badge notifications.

Fun and addicting games.
Train mighty dragons on the island of Atlantis, battle never ending waves of medieval monsters, or try to take the house with a game of blackjack. The Pokki app store has dozens of games from puzzles, shoot 'em ups, and multiplayer social games.

And a built-in app store.
Discover and download hundreds of free apps and games in the Pokki app store. Search for something specific, or browse app categories, such as games, productivity, and social networking. Click once to download and install any app for free.

0 Best Android Web Browsers

There are dozens of great web browsers available for Android, depending on the features you're looking for. Whether it's syncing with your desktop, or super-speedy browsing, or support for flash navigation, you have options galore—some of them popular, others not so much.

Dolphin Browser

Dolphin Browser is our favorite web browser for Android, and for good reason. Dolphin's options and tools are unparalleled, even when compared to the big name browsers, supports dozens of third-party plug-ins and tools to extend its features, has built-in speech-to-text thanks to Dolphin Sonar, supports on-screen gestures to open bookmarks and navigate around pages, and comes in two flavors: the "HD" version for phones that can handle all of its features, and a "Mini" version for device owners who want speed and snappy performance over options. Even if you gravitate to one of the big names, Dolphin is worth at least trying.


Chrome for Android finally left beta late last month, which means now it can go on to be the new "stock" browser on Android devices, assuming you're running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher. If you are running ICS or Jelly Bean on your device, Chrome for Android is a must-download. It supports Incognito Mode browsing, bookmark syncing via Chrome Sync, and in its most recent updates, now supports search syncing, tab syncing, and more—anything that Chrome can sync on your desktop will be right there waiting for you on your Android device. Chrome for Android is also optimized for mobile, meaning it's blazing fast. The only downside is that Google hasn't made it available for phones running Gingerbread or tablets stuck with Honeycomb.


Firefox for Android has come a long way since its days in beta. It's fast, it's free, it fully supports Firefox Sync, so if you use Firefox on the desktop, it'll bring in your bookmarks and passwords. It's the first mobile browser to truly support Do Not Track, and the "Awesome Page" start screen that shows you all of your recently visited tabs helps you get right back to what you were doing if you had to put your phone down. It even supports add-ons and Personas, although there aren't too many of them yet. A few more options, and Firefox would be a good contender for our favorite, but it's clearly already one of yours, and for good reason.


If you're a fan of Opera on the desktop, Opera Mobile will suit you perfectly. Opera Mobile supports Opera Link, so you can sync your bookmarks, speed dial, and other user preferences with your desktop Opera install. Aside from that, Opera Mobile is fast, free, and goes out of its way to compress data in the background so you can browse your favorite sites without blowing past your wireless carrier's data caps. Opera even has its own mini-app store, full of third party add-ons that improve the browser or games that make it more fun to use. Have an older device? Opera Mini might be a better choice—you get most of the features, but even more speed.

Friday, July 13, 2012

2 Ethics Code in Instagram

It did not take long for Instagram to attract millions of new users. Recent reports, the company recently acquired $ 1 billion, Facebook has just recorded a milestone in the 50 million users.

This figure is a sharp shot, given in late April 2012, the number of registered users 'new' 40 million. Sure, its presence in Android also contributed many new users are.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

0 Reasons Why You Should Use Twitter

Facebook may be regarded as the largest social networking today. But that does not mean other social media sites are worse, one of Twitter. Internet users perceived need to use the site 140 characters.

According to social media analyst Jeff Bullas, the use of Twitter is not just simply as a medium for free twitt. But can also be used to raise the prestige of personal interests or the company.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

0 Words of Wisdom

  • Ideas are only seeds, to pick the crops needs perspiration.
  • The man who says he never has time is the laziest man (Lichtenberg).
  • A drop of ink can move a million people to think.

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