Archive for May 15th, 2012

UC Browser 8.3 For Java Final Version Released This Afternoon

Posted on May 15, 2012. Filed under: Mobile, Technology | Tags: |

New Features:
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Free online storage and easy management.
Application Center
Useful apps will be all gathered here.
GIF Support
Enjoy GIF animation on webpages!
Qwerty Shortcuts Support
Qwerty phone shortcuts support, you can get access to your mostly used feature by one click.
Special Features
Online Properties

Enjoy cool online properties.Netdisk, Bookmark Sync, RSS…All in your hand!(Only 8.3 or above supported.) Upgrade now )。
Forum Mode
Simple and ad-free forum, faster, more traffic saving and more suitable for mobilebrowsing.
SNS Share
Share pages to Facebook, recommend to your friends.
Night Mode
The screen light of night mode is more suitable for night reading, and bring you clean and soft night browsing experience.
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Facebook Updates Mobile Apps with Bigger Pictures

Posted on May 15, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , |


Facebook had promised investors that improving upon their mobile apps would be their first task post IPO . The company now writes on their Facebook Mobile page that they’ve brought an update to their mobile apps and have added larger pictures. The old News Feed design in the Facebook mobile apps treated images like regular status updates. However, now, thumbnails are much bigger and are even stacked in interesting ways in the News Feed. Photos are three times larger and Facebook says that the photos will fill your mobile device’s screen from edge to edge. The new design willbe made available on iOS, Android and m.facebook.com. This improvement of mobile pictures comes right after Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion.

Google+ also recently updated their iOS app to provide enhancement to photos. Both social networks understand therole of a mobile device intaking and sharing photos and as a result, itseems both services want to offer improvements to mobile photos. Facebook, in its app for Every Phone added filters recently to the photo uploader. Users can now add a greyscale filter or a sepia filter to the photos they upload to the social network. With Facebook milking its acquisition of Instagram, we’re bound to see more improvements to mobile photos.

While Mark Zuckerberg said that working on their mobile apps was a priority post IPO, what hemeant was monetization of the apps. Facebook has been criticized by investors for their mobileapps lacking advertisements and therefore, the substantial revenue stream that their web interface enjoys. Facebook also recently announced that they’re testing a new feature, “Highlighted Posts” whereusers can pay for their statues to hold prominence over other status updates. It will be interesting to see if that feature will come to mobile devices to help with mobile monetization.

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Twitter Will Now Send Tweets And Stories To Your Mailbox!!

Posted on May 15, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: |

New email digest service will be rolled out over the next few weeks.

There are many doubts about the accuracy of news breaking on social networking websites. Considering that many people use microblogging service such as Twitter to stay connected to the world, adding the social news aggregator tool Summify to its armour was a smart move. Apart from the new set of features coming up onthe website, Twitter has also started a weekly email digest that will be sent to user’s inbox. Through this, users will get access to the most relevant tweets and stories shared by their friends.
Sporting a design similar to the recently included Discover tab on the microblog, you can read through a brief description and click on the relevant headline, to be redirected tothe main story. You can alsocheck out related tweets from your followers.
While the service is now live, the complete rollout forall users will happen within the next few weeks. Users can manage preferences forthis newsletter, just like their email notifications, through the Notification Settings section of their account.

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