Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Night Sky app

The Night Sky app

Article Snip: "...The Night Sky - Simply Magical

The Night Sky is a magical new app that enables you to identify the stars, planets, galaxies, constellations and even satellites you can see above. Just stand anywhere and hold your Android Phone or Tablet up to the sky and The Night Sky will display the names of the stars, planets and other objects you are able to see, just like magic!

Even if your view is obscured by clouds or daylight, The Night Sky app will know which stars, planets, galaxies, constellations and satellites are hiding from your view! You have to use this app to realize just how amazing it is!

The Night Sky does this by using your location data provided by the GPS and compass built in to your device. It then cross references your location data with its inbuilt map of the sky and overlays the stars, planets, galaxies, constellations and satellites names on your screen. It really is magical and will amaze you, and anyone you show it to!

So next time you're gazing up in to The Night Sky and wonder the name of a star, planet, galaxy, constellation or even a satellite, just get out your Android Phone or Tablet and let The Night Sky app amaze your gaze!

The Night Sky is a #1 selling app because it really is simply magical!..."


Reference: play.google.com

Friday, April 20, 2012

Google Drive Android app

Google Drive Android app spotted in the wild

Article Snip: "...Google’s widely talked about but still highly under-wraps cloud storage service looks like it is just about ready for prime time. Pictures of an app called “Drive” have been leaked from what appears to be a developer-friendly Android phone. ..."


Reference: www.slashgear.com

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Beware of service called "GameUpdateService"

New Trojan malware disguises itself as an Android game app

Article Snip: "...Computer security firm Sophos said the Trojan tags along in a legitimate Chinese game, "The Roar of the Pharaoh," which is not distributed on Google Play (formerly the Android Marketplace). "Once installed the malicious application gathers sensitive information..."


Reference: www.gmanetwork.com