3. YouTube Go 

So after the wait of 5 months from its announcement, finally Youtube go is here.Let’s take look at what this is all about …

Google has released a new app called YouTube Go designed to achieve two aims:

1.downloading videos.

2.sharing online videos easier.

The app is currently available under Google’s Early Access Program on the Play Store as a free download. Under early access, the app is not completely published and users can comment about bugs in the app. The app can be accessed in eight Indian languages — Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, and Malayalam.

Home Page of the app shows videos in a vertical scroll and swiping towards right reveals other sections in the app. However, unlike the primary YouTube app, the video scroll is very small and swiping towards right shows only one section called Saved.

The Saved section shows all the videos downloaded/saved from the Home Page. In the primary YouTube app, the option to save online videos is limited.YouTube Go makes things easier by only showing those videos which can be downloaded.

The YouTube Go app which shows Send and Receive buttons at the end of saved video page. It allows users to send and receive their saved videos with other users in the nearby area. To make it work, the sender is required to tap on the Send button and the receiver has to tap on the Receive button. The two devices will create a private wireless network and the video file will be transferred from phone to another.

This is very similar to the way ShareIt app works, with the only difference being that the video saved in YouTube Go can’t be accessed in the phone’s video player. It will only open within the YouTube Go app. 

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Tech History

February 8, 2005

Google Maps is Unleashed


The application was first announced on the Google Blog on February 8, 2005, and was located at Google. It originally only supported users of Internet Explorer and Mozilla web browsers.

Google Maps is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers

  • satellite imagery
  • street maps
  • 360° panoramic views of streets
  • Real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic)
  • Route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation.

The service’s front end utilizes JavaScript, XML, and Ajax.

How google is remaking itself as a machine learning first company -Steven Levy

Read this amazing article about Google’s Artificial Intelligence Journey and progress :


How google is remaking itself as a machine learning first company


Steven Levy

2.Folio Pro

So, now a days being social is really important, isn’t it? Our smartphones are our biggest resource to do that.And here are the apps that we require to remain social:





5.Tumbler and the list go on …

So now if I calculate the total size of all these apps I have written above then:

INITIAL=20+72+17+15+21=145 MB

After few days of use:500 MB

And after few more days of use: 750 MB

OK and did I say something about your huge battery life impact !!!

So here I have something to save your space and also have all apps in one app:

                              Folio Pro

Folio for Facebook ProNo need to fumble with RSS feeds. With Folio Pro’s advanced notifications system, once you’ve logged into Folio Pro you’re ready to get notifications out of the box.

It is really awesome app. Just give it a try and I am sure you will love it !!!

Folio Pro For Facebook

Just 1 problem:

It is available in play store at $2.99.So what to do?

Don’t worry!!!

Here is cracked APK of Folio Pro for you !!!


After downloading follow instructions:

The only thing you have to change in your phone is to allow installation of apps from untrusted sources …

Settings >>> Privacy >>> Unknown Sources

Write how do you feel after using the app in comments…

Stay tuned for more updates…

Why I told my friends to stop using WhatsApp and Telegram -Romain Aubert

When we talk about encryptions you may say:

Who cares? I have nothing to hide.

If you don’t think privacy is all that important:

Now read this amazing article:

Why I told my friends to stop using WhatsApp and Telegram


Romain Aubert

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