iOS is Much More Secure Than Android [Report]

Well, here’s some good news about our iOS users! Symantec, the security company behind the Norton Antivirus software suite, recently did some research on the different ways that Android and iOS handle security methods. Guess, who wins? Yes, iOS, you have guessed that right. Actually, the 23-paged document titled as “A Window Into Mobile Device Security” concludes the winner as iOS. Let’s have more information on this from below. Read More

iAndroid Cydia Tweak is Released For iPhone To Bring Android Simulation Experience To iOS

New day, new tweak in Cydia! Well, introducing a new Cydia tweak, called, iAndroid, which is a new emulator for iPhone, allowing you to simulate very realistic operating system from Google on your iPhone and iPod touch. Also, this newly released iAndroid Cydia emulator also allows you to simulate the Google’s operating system in all its aspects without leaving the iOS user experience. Let’s have more information on this from below. Read More

In-The-Box Project Ports Android Apps To iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch

Well, here’s something for our iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users! Introducing a new open source project entitled as “In-The-Box”, which is being expected to make the job of porting Android apps over to Apple’s iOS platform much easier by providing tools that can take a ready-coded Android app, execute and test it on different iOS devices and then submit the binary to Apple’s App Store. Let’s have more information on this from below. Read More

SyncMate is Released To Sync Android Tablet With Mac

Eltima Software has declared the new SyncMate 3, which has been providing Android users with a way of seamlessly syncing their phones with their Mac for sometime, but, this newly updated version also brings the support for Android powered tablets. Also, the software enables you to mount your device as a disk and send SMS messages directly from your Mac using the SMS manager. The devices can be connected using the SMS manager. Read More

Android Port For iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS Coming

Well, here’s something for our iPhone 4 and 3GS users! Yes, though it’s quite ironic, but it’s true! Apart from releasing considerably enough amount of Android gadgets, but, many users want to run Google’s finest on their iPhones too. Well, Joshua Tucker in a forum post of ModMyi, has published an interview with the guy behind the project to get Android running on the iPhone 3GS and A4-based software such as iPhone 4 and iPad. Read More

Old iPhone 3GS Still Outselling Some Android Phones [Report]

Well, here’s an interesting story for our Apple fans! Yes, as you all know, the iPhones are the most popular cellphones in the world, but in the same platform, Google’s Android phones are also standing being a tough competitor. But, now, according to the recent report by tech analyst Michael Walkley from Canaccord Genuity, at both AT&T and Verizon, older versions of mobile devices are outselling some current Android models. Read More

Android 2.3.1 Gingerbread for iPhone, iPod touch is Now Available

Previously it has been said about Android ports for iPhone 4, iPad and iPhone 3GS to be coming soon. Which is thankfully finally here. Android 2.3.1 Gingerbread for iPhone 3G, 2G and for next generation of iPod touch has now been released. However this is a preview release only. Thus you can not have it with the help of popular Android installer package called Bootlace, but have to download the binaries and install it manually by following the instructions here. Read More

Google Goggles for iPhone – Experiment Video

You may know about Google Goggles app, which has able to place the web searching to another level. As we covered it in out post (posted here). Google Goggles is a downloadable image recognition application created by Google Inc, which is currently found in the Google Labs as a beta version, and basically used for searching stuffs (ie- information) via pictures taken by mobile camera rather than input keywords. Read More

How to Dual Boot Android 2.2.1 Froyo with iOS on iPhone 3G / 2G [Video Guide]

In our previous post, we have guided you on how to run Android 2.2.1 froyo on iPhone 3G or 2G. But for those, who couldn’t get Android 2.2.1 to work on iPhone 3G or 2G using the our manual guidelines, they can now have a complete step by step video guide on how to install Android 2.2.1 with iOS in dual-boot configuration on iPhone 3G & 2G using Bootlace in Cydia. Read More

Android is Coming to iPod touch 4G via OpeniBoot

Are you wondering to have an Android platform on your 4th-gen iPod touch. Well, if you are wondering so, then good news for you my friend, Hexxeh has just confirmed that he and his team has tested the required binaries on a iPod touch 4G and it is perfectly working as it worked on other A4 devices like the iPhone 4 and iPad. Read More

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