“Who’s Down” A New Free Hangout App launched by Google for Android and iOS

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Today Google released its new app shows which of your friends are available to hang out known as “Who’s Down”. As you might be able to tell from its name, the app will apparently – once there are people who are actually using it – let you see which of your friends are free to hang out. Google’s New App Releases for android & iOS to help friends hang out, making it easier for individual see if their friends are up hanging out.

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10 Best Hybrid Mobile App Development Frameworks

Generally, mobile apps in Android, iOS, and Windows Phone are built using completely different programming languages; an Android app uses Java, an iOS app uses Objective-C, while a Windows Phone app uses .NET.

 

But now, anyone having the basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can build a mobile application. The key benefit of using web technology to build your app is Portability. Using a packager/compiler, like PhoneGap, developers will be able to port and install app on many different platforms.

 

There are many tools and framework that make this possible. They reduce the work to half to bridge the gap between web and mobile platforms. In this article, we’ll decided to cover the best of mobile app frameworks available in the market as of today.

 

1.   Sencha Touch

Sencha Touch

 

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Facebook Search Feature now Find Public Posts

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Facebook search now showing up results from all posts across entire social network you have access to. It will bring out or discover almost 2 trillion Facebook posts and will display those results for which you have enough permission to see.

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Apple Remove Apps That Collects Personal Data of Users

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Apple is removing several of iOS apps from its store that collects user’s private data. Collecting personal information of user is in violence of company’s privacy policy.

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Dropbox Launches Paper, a new Collaborating Editing Software

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Today Dropbox has launched Paper, its new collaborating editing tool. Paper is currently in beta and the invitation to use ‘Paper’ is beginning to be sent. It is somewhat similar to Google Docs that presents its user a shared space to work on documents.

 

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