Venturing into the world of cell phones Google propagated the very trusted and versatile Android Operating System for Smartphones and tablets only a few years back. Within five years of its release Android reached the peak of its popularity by becoming the world’s foremost smartphone platform in the end of year 2010. Google gifted android with the most versatile and sleek performing mobile phone browser Chrome at the onset of the year 2012. Since then Chrome has been one of the major reasons why smartphone users opt for buying an Android phone giving it a clear edge over its competitors. How Chrome has evolved along with Android and what qualities it possesses in its current form is reviewed as under:
Apple and Google have been envying each other trying to win consumer popularity race by bringing up the latest technologies ever. Google has just come one step ahead to provide its devoted users with the facility to enjoy Chrome’s benefits on the most popular iPhone. Let’s take a look at how Chrome has been working on the iPhone by analyzing its edges and its glitches.
If you’re a Windows Phone fan then it’s time for you to become more proud! Nokia, the best location based service provider has join hands with the most globally reputable smartphone i.e. Windows Phone. This cooperation is intended to provide the smartphone users with the most accurate, updated and interactive location based services ever, in the upcoming Windows Phone 8! The integration of both, the Windows Phone 8 and Nokia eco-system is ready to harvest a field full of blooming location based apps for Windows Phone 8 with the strength of the best Nokia platform working behind. The news is GOOD for both the Windows Phone users and its app developers as buying and using a smartphone without location based apps nowadays is like buying a smartphone without an audio player. Proposed Windows Phone 8 developers would now be able to dig into the Nokia navigation services and strive to achieve advanced location experiences.