Today during Google’s I/O event, the company released versions of Google Drive and Google Chrome for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The apps work much in the same way as their desktop counterparts. Google Chrome for iOS will roll out with “Chrome Sync,” a new feature introduced that allows you to sync all your opened tabs, bookmarks, search results, etc. across all of your devices. You can find download links for the apps below.
Mriosdevices Rating: 9.5
Over 100 levels to start. Tons of different types of fish weaponry. Cute Boom Blox-style visuals.
Occasionally wonky physics. Missing the feeling of speed or impact that makes destructive physics games fun.
Below the ocean’s surface, a gang of vicious sharks is ready to attack you, but this application are prepared to save the day. Each Hero has its own unique ability. There’s the tough-guy Piranha from South America’s waters with accelerating powers, the inflating Puffer with sumo-style techniques, the inky and intoxicating Octopus and many more. These heroic fish accompany you through an undersea adventure to bring an end to the Shark Mafia
Spotify released an update for their iOS app last night, which brings Pandora-like radio feature to your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The Radio feature was introduced for the desktop version of the service last year. The new feature allows you to create your own radio stations by tapping into Spotify’s catalog of more than 16 million tracks.
If you’ve successfully Jailbroken your iPhone and wondering what next, then here are our best jailbreak tweaks and apps that are available in Cydia that you must check out.
You have a iOS Device? Use Safari? Want something a bit better? iSocialNet is for you! This easy to use web browser is just an awesome addition to Apple’s App Store! For a measly $2, your Browsing Experience can be totally transformed! Awesome, right?
Well, it gives you the standard Web Experience, but with an amazing twist, Facebook and Twitter from the first time you tap that app!
Well the UI is just simply great, clean and very stable! Always good! The one thing i hate about Safari is that every time i load a page, it’ll just crash, this fixes that issue.. Completely!
How Did iSocialNet Start Off?
The developer wanted to create an app, but couldn’t code, so he taught himself to make a web browser, he also wanted to add Twitter and Facebook integration, then he kept adding and adding when his knowledge grew. Pretty awesome stuff.
The Bad Stuff!
The Twitter portion lags quite a bit, that is it really, maybe in a future update a new UI?
Well here’s the best part! Giveaway! What you gotta do is follow @iSocialNet on Twitter, Subscribe to MriOSDevices on YouTube, tweet this message and comment below with both names, we will check! We have 3 codes to give away so get commenting! You have until May 12th to enter. Good luck!
UPDATE: GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED! Thanks for entering, everyone.
Now that Flashback has officially been dealt with (for now), it appears that another trojan is in town to make Macs hide in danger. “LuckyCat” is a backdoor SabPub trojan that also exploits a Java vulnerability, but this time through Microsoft Word. It scurries in through a hole in Word that lets malware spread via documents with the CVE-2009-0563 vulnerability.
“This new threat is a custom OS X backdoor, which appears to have been designed for use in targeted attacks,” says Costin Raiu, an expert from security company Kaspersky. “The backdoor contains functionality to make screenshots of the user’s current session and execute commands on the infected machine.”
Kaspersky, who traced the trojan back to a website controlled from Fremont, CA suspects LuckyCat is intended as a cyber weapon in world politics. Seems it may have been deployed to target Pro-Tibetan organizations, FireEye, Tibetan activists are hit with even more attacks than the U.S. government.
This doesn’t mean that normal users are free from this, far from that to be true, as this has gone public, there should be a patch but who knows, there isn’t as of yet, we will defiantly update! All information here.
Our recommendation, install a Anti Virus like Sophos, until Mountain Lion is released with its built-in Anti Virus, oh and Sophos is free!