Yes, finally the WhatsApp developers have heard the cries of people wanting a desktop version of the famous social messaging app. They have come with WhatsApp Web that will allow users to send messages without even touching their phone while they busy working on your desktop. How cool is that. Eureka! Ok guys, enough of fun. Lets get to the point.
Users of Android, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Nokia S60 will be only ones who can get their hands on the desktop version of WhatsApp. Apple users, tough luck. Due to Apple platform limitations, Apple users will miss out on this. I’m glad I have Android. Android FTW! Follow the below guide to start using the desktop version of WhatsApp.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 has been announced with great features like the Ultra Power Saving Mode and Heart Rate Monitor but there is still a month left to get your hands on the device. Galaxy S5 will be available in April, Sprint will get it on April 11.
For those who are very eager to know or get an experience of the features Galaxy S5 has under its belt, they can download the Samsung Galaxy S5 experience app from the Google Play Store and get a feel.
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A security issue regarding WhatsApp for Android was posted by Bas Bosschert which allows any other app on your phone to read your WhatsApp conversations.
This issue still exists even after WhatsApp received a major update for Android. One way you could be secure is by not installing any malicious apps on your phone.
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The creator of Flappy Bird game, Dong Nguyen, has tweeted that he will be removing the game from the App Store after the media overrated the success of his game.
Flappy Bird went on to be the #1 Android and Apple iOS game as it got huge amount of people addicted to it. The game’s success reached such a point that the creator of the game earned $50,000 a day in ad revenue.
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Facebook Paper was announced on January 30, 2014 and now it is officially available for download from the App Store.
Paper is a wonderful story telling app which allows you to explore stories from Facebook as well as other themed sections like photography, sports, food, science and design.
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Nokia Here Maps, a navigation app for iPhone and iPad users, was removed by Nokia from the iOS App Store.
Nokia blames the recent changes to iOS 7 for the removal of the app. They believe it hinders the user experience. Users can still use the mobile version at m.here.com.
If users search for the Here Maps now on the App Store, they are going to be disappointed to see the message saying “It’s no longer available.”
A Nokia spokesperson told CNET:
We don’t want to blame Apple or iOS 7 — the app simply was not optimized for iOS 7 so we decided to remove it.
iPhone apps are flooding in the App Store. Everyday we see new apps joining the club. Some good and some bad. “Which apps should I download for my iPhone?“, you ask. Behold, I have the answer. Here is a list of 10 best iPhone apps of 2013.
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