Microsoft has unleashed its very own Bing app for iPhone. iPhone and iPod Touch users can download the app from the Apple’s App Store. The app comes equipped with cool features such as voice-based search, Seadragon powered mapping and location aware search. Full list of features provided below.
SkyFire 1.5 was launched a couple of days back for Windows Mobile phones. Claimed as the greatest SkyFire browser yet, this latest update brings support for full screen, improved touch-screen experience, higher resolution screen and much more. With version number 220.127.116.1120, it supports both touch (PPC) and non-touch screens (SMP).(Features, enhancements and tour video included below)
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Skype has just launched the much awaited Skype app for Symbian platform, and has given it the name Skype for Symbian. The just released app is currently in Beta version and supports a limited number of phones from the Finnish based company, Nokia. The app runs on Wi-Fi or 3G connection. Skype plans to bring support for more Nokia phones once they roll out the final version. (Features listed below)
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A few minutes back, we informed you about the just released Google Maps for Android 3.3. The just released update for the Google Maps app brings with it interesting enhancements such as the nearby business feature, introduction of Google Labs for the Google Maps app and report problems associated with map data right from your phone. In this post we will tell you all there is to know about the very cool nearby business feature.
Google has been on quite a roll since last night. Already they have made big announcements such as the release of Google Goggles, real time search and more. Just when I thought that this was the last shot from Google, I just came across this news and thought of sharing it with you guys. So here it goes, Google has updated Google Maps for Android to version 3.3.
Attention all S60 powered handset owners, Nokia has just updated its Ovi Mail Setup application. The latest update brings a few bug fixes, enhances device support and is localized in 18 different languages. (List of supported languages included below)
Yesterday, we informed you about Google Goggles, an in-house app that is currently being build by Google and is of course built using Google’s very own, Android. This app attempts to enable users to trigger a search based on an image captured via their mobile phones. Shown below is a video clip from CNBC’s special coverage on Google. The middle part of this video shows Google Goggles, also known as Mobile Visual Search in action.
Google has been working on a new mobile application called Mobile Visual Search that lets user upload images and search for related information of the uploaded image. The app which also goes by the name Google Goggles , is of particular use to tourists – whenever they come across a new place, they can just take a picture of that spot and use the yet to be released mobile app to find out what that place is and other interesting stuff. (Following paragraphs discuss the current state of this cool app)
Flickr has just updated their iPhone app to version 1.1. iPhone and iPod Touch users can download the updated app for free. Simultaneous upload of multiple video/photo files and picture edition are the new features that the version 1.1 brings for Flickr fans. (Download link provided below)
A few hours back, we informed you about the release of Opera Mobile 10 Beta 2. Well, that was not the only update released by Opera, as it turned out . Opera also launched Beta 2 for Opera Mini 5. Download link and features list included below.