13 Feb 2015

Twitter is Examining ‘Share To WhatsApp’ Button To Rising its Customer Base

As we all know that WhatsApp is more well-known than twitter in India. It has more than 50 million users. So, Twitter may launch a ‘Share to WhatsApp’ button in the forthcoming edition of its Android app.

Currently, this feature is under testing as it revealed by some user posts on blogging website. The main purpose of this button is to share their tweets on the mobile messaging app.

Currently, users can share twitter posts on WhatsApp via a general Share button. But having a button only for WhatsApp may further immediate the Twitterati to share twitter posts with their WhatsApp contacts. Users will be able to send a message, along with the twitter update, while delivering it to a WhatsApp contact.

13 Feb 2015

Gtalk will Become History After 16th Februrary

As we all know Google always modify their algorithms and come up with new services. Now, according to reporters, Gtalk will replaced with Hangouts app. The services of Gtalk will take their last breath on 16th Februray. An incredible number of customers of Gtalk who has used this support since times now has to change to Hangout whether they like new support or not.

Hangout is lately released instant messaging and video chat system by the giant web search Google and they call it upcoming of the company and so it’s a chance to say goodbye to one of the most popular services of Google of all-time.

The choice will not are available anymore, as Hangouts will be the only way to connect with co-workers and buddies from 16th Februrary like all good stuff, Gtalk will also become history.

Users of Gmail can move to Hangouts without modifying their entire email interface. Google is providing an option to update to Hangouts just for the chat window on the left board while the other Gmail interface continues to be the same. The change from Gtalk to Hangouts will not be challenged with this minimal change.

13 Feb 2015

The Feature of Free Voice Calling on WhatsApp? True or False!!!

As we all know about the app of WhatsApp, You can talk, deliver images, send voice notes too; and now, it’s going to become even better. Some reports recommend about the WhatsApp’s upcoming feature of free of cost voice-calling.

This feature has been leaked by the images via AndroidWorld.nl. Most likely, they might get given by a voice-calling service on the Android operating system 5.0 edition of WhatsApp that will be created available to devices operating on Lollipop flavor.

As the WhatsApp screenshot has shown some type of recording and playback choice engraved on the display with caller’s identification. Also, somehow the organization has handled to package in an individual calling display within the app that will come across in full-fledged way including of contact’s image, number and name etc.

The WhatsApp has been the method for the ruin of operator-bound SMS solutions. If they handle to provide 100 % free voice-calling service to an incredible number of its customers, then absolutely, it’s the end of conventional telecommunications designs, and thereby depending more on data-centric solutions.

29 Jan 2015

First Time JQuey Conference in Banglore, India

The very big news for all the aspirants who wants to enhance and share their knowledge that first time in India official JQuery conference will held on July 22-25, 2015 in Bangalore. The program schedules are:
Day 0- Wednesday, 22 July
From JQuery Mobile to Performance Tuning Front-end Code
Day 1 – Thursday, July 23
Meet the future of Web Technologies
Day 2 & 3 – Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25th
Everything You Ever Wanted to Learn About JQuery

Conference Venue

Chancery Pavilion
#135, Residency Road,
Bangalore – 560 025, India

For more information and registration you can visit http://jqueryconf.in