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Rdio Allows You Stream Unlimited Music On the Web

A day after Spotify has reported that it would offer free unlimited desktop streaming to users, associate music service Rdio has reported that it will now offer free unlimited listening on the Web. Earlier, Rdio offered users a limited streaming. As of now, it has eliminated all limitations! Now there are no restrictions to stream music via Rdio on the Web. Enjoy listening to your desired number of songs for free on the go! But the company says that the…
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Firefox 26 Beta is Released On Android and Desktop

Following the launch of Firefox 25, Mozilla has unleashed a new version of the browser, Firefox 26 beta for desktop and Android users. Though it’s a beta iteration, the browser brings plenty of new features, changes and performance enhancements. The new desktop version, which is available for Mac, Linux, and Windows, brings ‘Click to Play’ upgrade, related to all versions of all the plugins, excluding the newly launched Flash. Now the browser can automatically load any plugin requested by a…
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Tomfoolery’s Anchor Hits Android Platform

Tomfoolery, a startup that aims to develop consumer-quality, mobile-first enterprise apps, has released its Anchor app on the Android platform. Anchor was first launched in the month of July and was publicized as ‘powerful social network for the workplace’. Employees can easily interact with each other, share images/videos, and submit links as they do on Facebook, but it’s only limited to team members. Besides the launch of Android version, Anchor for Web and iOS got a major update. Here are…
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Xbox Music Lands On iOS and Android

Microsoft is broadening its most eminent Xbox Music service to new platforms with the release of devoted apps for both iOS and Android users! Xbox Music service works similar to other streaming services like Rdio and iTunes Radio, enabling users to play music on-demand and build playlists with their desired songs for listening later. Unluckily, the iOS and Android versions do not support offline mode. The company says that they will refurbish iOS and Android versions for every 4 to…
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Layar Launches an Entirely Redesigned Augmented Reality App On iOS and Android

Layar has unleashed a new version of its augmented reality app for iOS and Android. The update brings a bunch of new features, including the ability to scan QR codes.   The latest version has been completely refreshed with a clear look and improved navigation. This makes it much easier to quickly discover your way around the app without much strain, and you will be able to get to your AR scanning much snappier than ever before. Additionally, with the…
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Google Drive Receives an Update with Spell Check Mode and Customizable Lists

Google has just launched an update to Google Drive. The update brings a new spell check mode and customizable lists. The newly added spell check feature resembles the real-time, traditional spell check feature (for instance, Word). With this, you will be able to check the spelling of the complete document at once. To access the spell check feature, just click on the ‘tools’ and then select ‘spelling.’ A window will pop up on your screen and you can ignore or…
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Google Redesigns Zagat for Web and Android, Debuts iOS Version

Google has just rolled out a new app called Zagat for iOS users. This app helps users to easily find restaurants, cafes, clubs and bars across the world.   The similar app, Google+ Local for iOS enabled users to browse places by location, and also like businesses, rate places, view reviews and share what they found. But users will not be able to access this app from August 7th as it will be eliminated from the mix. So, the company…
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Google Releases Cloud Printer and Cloud Print Service for Windows Users

Google has advanced its Cloud Print tools to the Windows platform. The company has introduced both Cloud Print Service and a Cloud Printer for users. The Cloud Print connects the Print-friendly apps to any printer. It collaborates with the mobile apps of Gmail and Google Docs, and also mentioned as a printer option in the Chrome’s Print Preview page. The company says that the recent release goes further for Windows users. Now the Google Printer helps users to print their…
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Google Releases Chrome 29 Beta on Android and Other Platforms

A week ago, Google had revealed the stable version of the Chrome 28. Now, the company has introduced Chrome 29 in the beta format. This is available on multiple platforms like Android, Windows, Linux and Mac. The company says that the desktop version has got enhanced omnibox suggestions functionality. Now, depending upon the novelty of the websites visited, you will receive more relevant suggestions. In this release, most of the changes were introduced to the Android version, which includes support…
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GitHub Releases a New Mobile Site Design

The online hosting service for software development projects, GitHub has recently rolled out a new mobile site design. This allows users to browse repositories directly from their smart devices. This release allows you to browse repositories calmly. Bleikamp, GitHub designer says that the new design offers an extremely smooth browsing experience for users. Bleikamp also explains that GitHub’s mobile site do not allow users to develop things, but it is ideal  to browse and view the content. Instead, it focuses…
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