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You might have a flood of apps with promising feature that enhance the photo with visual effects and other visual balances. Instagram is famous for its filters, snapseed is famous for its intuitive UI and great deed of image enhancing features and so on. But here comes a new photography app that does something different and amazing, “Path On” which is available for $1.99 on iPhone and iPad. This app basically aims at allowing the user to draw a freely drawn path or go for a template of shapes and then type text on the hand drawn path or the shape. It might seem simple but the final results are really good. Read on to know more about Path On.


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TypeStatus, a free app on Cydia is a simple tweak that notifies you in the iOS status bar with a simple icon of message bubble with dots when someone is typing an iMessage to you. No matter what you are doing on the phone the alert on the status bar still appears, this incredible tweak is simple yet very useful. The only downside of the app is that it doesn’t tell you who is sending you an iMessage but hey, it does let you know that an iMessage is about to be delivered!

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Since iOS 6 has gone public, everyone from all over the world is cribbing about Apple Maps. The drilled down detail in these maps are horrible and for many countries, there’s no detail at all. In fact, most of the places are not labelled properly, that is, one can see things marked on the surface of water. Apple Maps are more of a degrade than an upgrade from Google Maps. Due to which it’s expected that Google would release a Google Maps application on App Store.

But until now, there’s no news on it yet. However, it seems that an iOS hacker, Ryan Petrich has already ported Google Maps from iOS 5.x to iOS 6.0 on an iPhone 3GS. According to him, these Google Maps are not stable yet. There might be some glitches here and there, but we would be able to see it fully functional in future. Perhaps, the popular iOS hacker could release Google maps application in Cydia in the form of a tweak. [click to continue…]

In market like India where  the price of a product matters more than the brand, there are pleothra of smartphones available at below Rs 10,000. Even though iPhone 3GS is now sold for Rs 10,000 from Aircel with Rs 3,000 upfront for data connectivity for a month, we think that smartphones like Galaxy Y from Samsung that offers a decent value to its customers at Rs 7,000 would always outsell iPhone in India.

Galaxy Y is manufactured on the same plasticky build of Samsung smartphones. Although they are improving it in high end devices such as Galaxy S III, it seems that in order to lower down the cost Samsung tend to use the same material. Nevertheless, it is not a bad deal for customers who are looking for a smartphones in under Rs 10,000 budget. Samsung Galaxy Y features Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread), 830 Mhz of processing capability, 290 MB of available RAM, a rear 2 megapixel camera, micro sd card support etc. [click to continue…]

Well, till now this is a rumor. But i don’t think it would remain a rumor for too long. Apple will reportedly cut off its support for iPad 1 which does get all of the updates since its release and has almost all the features which are being ported to other iDevices. However, on the flip side, iPhone 3GS would get iOS 6, which was released even before the iPad 1 and gets all the software updates from Apple.

A Chinese site called ‘WeiPhone.com‘ claims to share the hosting of Apple’s next iOS 6 beta seeds from Apple and Safari 6 developer preview. Needless to say, this kind of leaks have appeared in the past and they have been proved credible last time as well. In these links, we have iOS 6 Beta downloads for iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, new iPad, iPod touch 4th generation, Apple TV 2nd and 3rd generation. [click to continue…]

So, all of you who were waiting for GarageBand to arrive on the iPhone and the iPod Touch well, your wait has ended. Apple has officially released a new version of the famous app for iPhone and iPod Touch models. The app is universal in nature now and has graduated to version 1.1.

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