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Nov 17, 2017
BHU professor's 'Har Har Mahadev' app blocks pornographic sites and redirects user to bhajans and devotional speechesNamed 'Har Har Mahadev', the app has been designed by Dr Vijay Nath Mishra of the neurology department, from the Institute of Medical Sciences at BHU
Nov 06, 2017
Google Maps update lets you share 'Lists' with everyone from your desktopAnd now a user can see the changes made in the list across platforms, from iOS, Android, to the web as well and share them as well.
Oct 24, 2017
iOS and Google Play Store see a rise in downloads and profitable revenues in Q3 of FY17It has been forecasted that worldwide downloads may reach 240 billion downloads and $100 billion consumer spend on both iOS and Google Play.
Oct 23, 2017
JPMorgan launches smartphone app to provide online banking facilities and attract new depositorsJPMorgan is too big to win government approval to buy another bank to reach more depositors, Dimon has acknowledged.
Oct 15, 2017
App Weekly: Whether you need to calm down or get pumped up, we have just the right app for youIf you like travel, the sound of rain, zombies or guns, we got you covered in this app weekly.
Oct 08, 2017
App Weekly: Had a tough day? This is a special list of apps that will help you wind down and relaxCheck out some of these apps to remind yourself of what is truly important in life and the fact that you can always go buy more cheese.
Oct 01, 2017
App Weekly: Get your strategy gaming fix for the weekJust to make sure we got you other gamers covered, there’s a platformer and a local multiplayer shooter too.
Sep 24, 2017
App Weekly: Apps for a happier, stress free life, and a healthy dose of casual gamesThis week, our first two picks will help you get into a positive state of mind and eat healthy.
Sep 23, 2017
Study indicates that smartphone apps are effective in fighting depressionFor the study, the team systematically reviewed 18 randomised controlled trials which examined a total of 22 different smartphones-delivered mental health interventions.
Sep 23, 2017
Twitter bots need not troll, they can be used to spread positive messages and run interventions: StudyThe researchers deployed a network of algorithm-driven Twitter accounts, or social bots, programmed to spread positive messages on Twitter.