Saturday, 26 April 2014

Other android apps


Video Player Apps:

MX player codec


UC Browser 9.3.1


Other Apps:

Team viewer 9.0.1555

McAfee Security_3.1.1.896.apk



Holo Launcher_2.1.1.apk

Notification Toggle_2.8.1.2b.apk

OI File Manager_2.0.4.apk

My Calc_1.5.apk

iReff Mobile Recharge Plans_0.9.20.apk



Adobe Reader_11.1.0.apk


Gmail_4.6 (836823).apk

Expense Manager_1.9.2.apk

Go SMS android app


GO SMS Pro V5.36Update release
Monday February 17th, 2014 by admin in Announcement | Leave a comment
GO SMS Pro V5.36 released, we strongly recommend you experience the latest version. Come and download now. Please click here for more detail.

V5.36 Update (2014-02-17)
1.(Free New)You can top the message in the message list.(Long press the conversation, choose the “Sticky on top”).
2.(Improved) The loading Speed of the GO SMS Gallery.
3.(Fixed)Fix some crash problems.

Skype for android

Skype /ˈskp/ is a freemium voice-over-IP service and instant messaging client, currently developed by the Microsoft Skype Division. The name was derived from "sky" and "peer".[15]

Skype was first released in August 2003. It was created by Janus Friis (Denmark) and Niklas Zennström (Sweden) in cooperation
with Ahti Heinla, Priit Kasesalu, and Jaan Tallinn (Estonia), who supplied the backend which was also used inKazaa.[16] Skype had 663 million registered users as of the end of 2010.[17] It was bought by Microsoft in 2011 for $8.5 billion. Microsoft's Skype division headquarters is in Luxembourg, but most of the development team and 44% of the overall employees of the division are still situated in Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia.[18][19][20]

The service allows users to communicate with peers by voice using a microphone, video by using a webcam, and instant messaging over the Internet. Phone calls may be placed to recipients on the traditional telephone networks. Calls to other users within the Skype service are free of charge, while calls to landline telephones and mobile phones are charged via adebit-based user account system. Skype has also become popular for its additional features, including file transfer, andvideoconferencing. Competitors include SIP and H.323-based services, such as Linphone[21] and Google Hangouts.

Unlike most other VoIP services, Skype is a hybrid peer-to-peer and client–server system. It makes use of background processing on computers running Skype software, and this is reflected in Skype's original proposed name of Sky Peer-to-Peer.

Some network administrators have banned Skype on corporate, government, home and education networks,[22] citing reasons such as inappropriate usage of resources, excessive bandwidth usage, and security concerns.[23]

WhatsApp Messenger

WhatsApp Messenger is a proprietary, cross-platform instant messaging subscription service for smartphones that uses the internet for communication. In addition to text messaging, users can send each other images, video, and audio media messages as well as their location using integrated mapping features. The client software is available for Google Android, BlackBerry OS, AppleiOS, selected Nokia Series 40, Symbian, selected Nokia Asha platform, Microsoft Windows Phone and BlackBerry 10. WhatsApp Inc. was founded in 2009 by Americans Brian Acton and Jan Koum (also the CEO), both former employees of Yahoo!, and is based inMountain View, California.[1][2] The company employs 55 people.[3]

Competing with a number of Asian-based messaging services (like LINE, KakaoTalk, WeChat, Telegram), WhatsApp handled ten billion messages per day in August 2012,[4] growing from two billion in April 2012,[5] and one billion the previous October.[6] On June 13, 2013, WhatsApp announced that they had reached their new daily record by processing 27 billion messages.[7] According to theFinancial Times, WhatsApp "has done to SMS on mobile phones what Skype did to international calling on landlines."[8]

Viber android app

is a VoIP - software for smartphones and desktop computers. The program allows free calling between Viber users over the Internet via wireless LAN or UMTS ; There are also out-calls available in fixed or mobile networks. Unlike other VoIP providers such asSkype Viber does not require a user account, but uses the existing telephone numbers. Viber requires that the software is installed on both devices. [1]

The service was of Talmon Marco founded. He was four years in the Israeli army and graduated from the University of Tel Aviv in computer science and management from.

Earlier it was for the service switching software from the company SPIRIT DSP licensed. After their competitor Global IP Solutions ofGoogle Inc. acquired and their software as free software was published, Viber changed to this license-free software stack.

Viber was born on February 14, 2014 by Japanese company Rakuten adopted [2] .


The use of Viber services when communicating with other Viber users is free, but it falls to the normal cost of Internet access. Out calls are chargeable (pre-paid cCredit). Call charges may be calculated on the website. [3]

Viber is due to poor data protection in the criticism. Viber collects data in considerable amounts, which go far beyond the usual measure of other VoIP providers (eg Skype), both by users as well as non-users of the service. Many of these data are stored without the consent of and without the knowledge of the persons concerned in each case, in violation of European data protection law. [4]

Viber keeps a low profile with details on the company. Thus, it is unclear where and, where appropriate, for which purpose the collected data will be stored or get into whose hands it. [4]


We Chat android app .apk

WeChat (Chinese: 微信; pinyin: Wēixìn; literally "micro message") is a mobile text and voice messaging communication service developed by Tencent in China, first released in January 2011.[8] The app is available on Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Symbian, and OS X[9] platforms. Languages supported include traditional/simplified Chinese, English, Indonesian, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Malay, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Italian, Thai, Vietnamese, Hindi and Russian. WeChat is supported on Wi-Fi,2G, 3G, and 4G data networks.

WeChat provides multimedia communication with text messaging, hold-to-talk voice messaging, broadcast (one-to-many) messaging, photo/video sharing, location sharing, and contact information exchange. WeChat supports social networking[10] via shared streaming content feeds and location-based social plug-ins ("Shake", "Look Around", and "Drift Bottle") to chat with and connect with local and international WeChat users.[11]

Hangout android app.

Google Hangouts is an instant messaging and video chat platform developed by Google, which launched on May 15, 2013 during the keynote of its I/O development conference. It replaces three messaging products that Google had implemented concurrently within its services, including Talk, Google+ Messenger, and Hangouts, a video chat system present within Google+. Google has also stated that Hangouts is designed to be "the future" of its telephony product, Google Voice, and integrated some of the capabilities of Google Voice into Hangouts.[1]


Prior to the launch of Hangouts, Google had maintained several similar, but technologically separate messaging services and platforms across its suite of products. These have included the enterprise-oriented Google Talk (based on XMPP), Google+Messenger, and the Hangouts feature of Google+, which allows for group videoconferencing with up to 10 users at once. However, its increasingly fragmented and non-unified suite of messaging offerings was also facing growing competition from services such as Facebook Messenger, iMessage, and WhatsApp. A decision was made to scrap the existing Google Talk system and code a new messaging product through a collaboration with multiple development teams.[2]

Following reports that the new service would be known as "Babel", the service officially launched as Hangouts during the Google I/O conference on May 15, 2013.[2][3]

Hangouts allows users to hold conversations between two or more users. The service can be accessed online through the Gmail or Google+ websites, or through mobile appsavailable for Android and iOS (which were distributed as a successor to their existing Google Talk apps). However, because it uses a proprietary protocol[2] instead of the XMPPopen standard protocol used by Google Talk, most third-party applications which had access to Google Talk do not have access to Google+ Hangouts. In contrast, the GVJackApp for magicJack and the GVMate Phone Adapter both of which are signalling independent will not be adversely affected and will continue to work for users as normal using the Google+ Hangouts platform after support for XMPP has been terminated.[4]