Afterlight App

Afterlight photo editing app is now available on Google Play

Afterlight, the photo editing app, which was only available for iOS users until now, has made its way to Android. The app can be downloaded from Google Play Store for $0.99. Afterlight is a quite decent photo editing tool for fast tweaking of the images. It has got 15 adjustment options to increase the quality […]

nanu app

Nanu app allows free calls in Singapore

nanu appIf you are interested in using free call service to speak to your families, friends or anybody else in Singapore, then Nanu, an Internet phone service that is set to deliver free calls to customers in the country.

The company behind it, Singapore-based Gentay Communications, believes that people will love to use the app as it benefits them by giving international calls free of cost. Read more about Nanu app allows free calls in Singapore

Google launches voice search in Hebrew and Arabic

Google has announced that now users will be able to search in Arabic and Hebrew languages on their Android smartphones.  Residents of Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Qatar, UAE, and Israel countries use these languages. Read more about Google launches voice search in Hebrew and Arabic

Games now available in Android Market for Korean users

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After almost one and a half years, Android games are finally returning in Android Market for users in Korea. Google today announced via the Android Developers blog that Android users in Korea will have access to all the games in Android Market right away and they will be able to use direct carrier billing for paid titles. Read more about Games now available in Android Market for Korean users

Fliq Android Apps now available in Korean

Mark/Space has localized four popular Fliq apps into Korean, bringing a new level of functionality to Android phones, tablets and e-readers for the language users. Fliq Notes, Fliq Tasks, Fliq Calendar, Fliq Bookmarks productivity apps are now available free on the Android Market. Read more about Fliq Android Apps now available in Korean

Official Google Apps in Android Market – Guide

Google as an app developer has released various applications in the Android Market and some of these come pre-installed on most Android devices – like Gmail, Google Maps, and Google Search.

But others have to be downloaded from Android Market; we have compiled a list of these apps that have been developed by Google. The number comes around 40 apps, although we have tried our best, but we might have missed a few. But not all applications are available in every country and every device; some are regional apps as they support only certain languages or certain apps might support only few device types. So, the best way to check if one of these apps is available in your country is to go to the phone/tablet based Market app and try searching for that particular app – if it comes in the search results than you are good to go. Read more about Official Google Apps in Android Market – Guide