Sunday, February 5, 2017

How to Earn money easily Through Android Application

     Hello Guys, after a long time I am writing a Blog post.Today When I have searching for something related to Android Application , i got stuck to an answer in Quora. That answer was regarding to the question "HOW MUCH DO YOU EARN VIA YOUR ANDROID APPLICATION " .Answers to this particular question was interesting to read and one of the answer given by Rishabh Dugar was genuine. He mention details about the android earnings in the following way

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

WhatsApp has added Video Calling Feature for Beta users.Download the Beta App[ App Version 2.16.318 ]

WhatsApp has released a new Video Calling feature which is a much awaited feature.Google has released its Video Calling App "Duo".Whatsapp has done a great job by adding the Video Calling feature and giving an ultimate competition for Google's Duo.

Following are the download links to get this feature for you.Whatsapp has released this feature for beta users only.After getting required feedbacks they will give the official update.

Download link : or
Below are the Screenshots of the updated App.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Dislike button for the posts in facebook-Mark Zuckerberg

 Hi Friends,Welcome to my little blog.Today When i opened my facebook, I have seen many people are sharing n liking the recent Mark Zuckerberg post in his Official Page.In This post there is a video in which he says that
    We are thinking about it[ Dislike Button ].Like Button is valuable because quickly you can show your positive emotion by just liking.But there are more emotions which many people want to express when someone posted something rather than positivity.You know lot of people share sad things in facebook And many people are unable to like those posts like when someone lost their loved one
Yes,What is said is Absolutely Right.But Facebook gonna lose most of their users because many people don't like their posts to be disliked.Hope everything Goes fine

Monday, November 17, 2014

How to disable or Remove the Blue tick marks For Read messages in what's app

Hi Friends,as you know that What's app has recently made changes to Application.i.e., Getting blue tick marks when the message we sent to anyone is read.Most of the people liked this one, but there are a separate group of people who doesn't like to message when the message is delivered.This creates a great  misunderstanding between that two people.What's app sensed this and they released a new   version(V2.11.444)  in which you can disable this blue tick marks,just like hiding the last seen.In few days they will release this new version in playstore and appstore,But if you need it right away just go to their official Website 

       Click here to go to their official website.And their you can download the latest version 2.11.444 And download this new version.
  • If you are an android user make sure to check "unknown sources"  by going to settings->security
 Note: This feature however doesn't apply to group messages and will let other participants know when you've read a message. Also, once you disable this feature, you won't be able to view blue double-check marks when you send a message as well. 

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Sunday, November 16, 2014

What are the most productive ways to spend time on the Internet

Hi friends, i have recently come across a question in Quora "What are the most productive ways to spend time on the Internet".And I am really stunned to know that we can really be very much productive on the Internet.Following are the some of the websites and also some youtube channels which helps your productivity.

  1. Brain Pickings - Brain Pickings is a human-powered discovery engine for interestingness, a subjective lens on what matters in the world and why, bringing you things you didn’t know you were interested in — until you are. It is maintained by Maria Popova who reads over 12-13 books a week to post all the awesomeness that's in there.
  2. HowStuffWorks- HowStuffWorks is a wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Communications and is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works. Gamut of categories to feed your intellectual hunger.
  3. TED: Ideas worth spreading - Learn from the experts by watching under 20 minutes of mind expanding talks.
  4. Investopedia- Learn everything there is to know about finance. From dictionary to tutorials, they have it all!
  5. Mind Tools - An amazing website to train you in different aspects of life!
  6. Mental Floss - An amazing website that offers random, interesting articles and facts.
  7. The Art of Manliness - Another mind expanding blog to keep you inspired and intellectually hungry.
  8. BBC - Future - Know more about the future stuff that matters. Example:Timeline of the far future
  9. Litemind - Litemind is about exploring ways to use our minds efficiently. Covering articles on being more creative,thinking more clearly, boosting your brainpower, developing yourself and more.
  10. Entrepreneur. - For all the entrepreneurs out there.The website offers some amazing insights related to entrepreneurial world.
  11. Stumbleupon  : This helps in discovering more stuff that interests you!
  12. Big Think: They have some great stuff!
  13. The Mind Unleashed: Helps you discover yourself scientifically, culturally and intellectually. Example article: What If Everything You Were Ever Taught Was A Lie?
  14. Top Documentary Films - - Choose from a wide category and watch some interesting documentaries. Example (and favorite one): The Century of the Self
  15. Free Online Course Materials (MIT OpenCourseWare), Coursera,edX - They need no introduction!
  16. Project Gutenberg - Find over 40,000 ebooks
  17. Goodreads - Learn more about your favorite books, review them, find lists, award winning books, quotes, trivia, join reading groups etc.
  18. Zenpecils - Meet art + inspiration + mind expansion.
  19. MAKE- DIY Projects, how-tos and inspiration from geeks, makers and hackers.
  20. Duolingo Want to learn a new language but can't find a reliable source? Duolingo is your solution.
  21. The Muse: For some kick-ass career advice and more!
  22. Coffitivity - Did you know that cafes are one of the best places to spark your creativity? Since now you do, check out coffitivity that creates the atmosphere of a coffee shop straight from your laptop/PC.
  23. IFTT: Standing for “if this then that,” IFTTT helps different apps, online programs, and services work together to make your life way easier. Think getting the weather texted to you every morning or having your photos automatically save to Dropbox. :D
  24. Codeacademy  Extremely addictive website that helps you make the most of your time on the internet and teaches you all about the languages that back it and more!
  25. Canva: Love designing? Then here's Canva for you that makes designing insanely easy for you and the only limitation is your imagination.
  26. Sporcle: Sporcle is still the best place on the internet for testing your knowledge. You can take quizzes on any topic imaginable, which is a pretty fun way to learn new things (and also to challenge your co-workers to see who knows more about obscure TV references or countries of the world).
  27. FACTSlides → Amazing FACTS you didn't know!: FACTSlides allows you to click through a variety of random facts that not only feed your curiosity, but are also perfect fodder for the break room. For example, did you know that UPS delivery trucks save 10 million gallons of gas every year by making no left turns?
  28. 99U : An amazing blog that keeps your brain healthy by stimulating it with beautiful insights into creativity and more!
  29. Fast Company You will never get bored of FastCo if you love business, innovation and everything in between.
  30. zenhabits: One of the most popular blogs out there. Leo's advice on life and his thoughts about stuff we take for granted is marked by extremely meticulous and perspicuous insights.
  31. Farnam Street: Recently discovered this gem of a blog. From Psychology, to books, to decision making, one can find very interesting reads on the blog.
Now some Youtube channels that you can follow!
  1. Veritasium
  2. Vsauce 
  3. MinutePhysics
  4. Numberphile
  5. SciShow
  6. AsapSCIENCE
  7. The RSA
  8. Big Think
  9. eHow
  10. SmarterEveryDay

Saturday, August 30, 2014


NFC logo

What is NFC?

        NFC means Near Field Communication.It is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into proximity, usually no more than a few centimeters.

             NFC builds upon RFID(RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION) systems by allowing two-way communication between endpoints, where earlier systems such as contactless smart cards were one-way only. It has been used in devices such as Google Nexus, running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, named with a feature called "Android Beam" which was first introduced in Google Nexus.

NFC devices can be used in contactless payment systems, similar to those currently used in credit cards and electronic ticket smartcards, and allow mobile payment to replace or supplement these systems.
With the release of Android 4.4, Google introduced a new platform support for secure NFC-based transactions through Host Card Emulation (HCE),[ for payments, loyalty programs, card access, transit passes, and other custom services. With HCE, any app on an Android 4.4 device can emulate an NFC smart card, letting users tap to initiate transactions with an app of their choice. Apps can also use a new Reader Mode so as to act as readers for HCE cards and other NFC-based transactions.
      NFC can be used in social networking situations, such as sharing contacts, photos, videos or files, and entering multiplayer mobile games
There's more evidence Apple is diving into the world of mobile payments with its next iPhone.
Wired, citing people familiar with the matter, reported Thursday that NFC, or near-field communication, is coming to the hotly anticipated iPhone 6 and will power a new mobile-payment platform on the device. NFC allows for touchless, short-distance interaction between a mobile device and other objects, often used to allow payments at a register or a quick way for one phone to recognize another.

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