FaceBook has leaked its iPad app inside the latest update of its iPhone application.
In particular, the navigation system is great. Unlike the iPhone app – which even its creator is complaining about now as being stale – the Facebook iPad app uses a left-side menu system that can be accessed by the touch of a button or the flick of the iPad screen. The app also makes great use of the pop-overs (overlay menus) found in other iPad apps. When you flip the iPad horizontally, the list of your online friends appears and you can chat with them as you do other things on Facebook. The photo-viewer aspect looks great – similar to the iPad’s own native Photos app. Places exists with a nice big map to show you all your friends around you. Etc.
Take a look at a few photos below…
The Facebook app for iPhone has been updated to fix a number of bugs that caused the app to crash.
Facebook for iPhone makes it easy to stay connected and share information with friends. Use your iPhone to start a conversation with Facebook Chat, check your friends’ latest photos and status updates, look up a phone number, or upload your own mobile photos to Facebook while on the go.
What’s New In This Version:
- Restored the Send button for Comments, Chat and Messages
- Restored friend lists to the News Feed filter
- Fixed a number of bugs that caused the app to crash
You can download Facebook from the App Store for free.
Google+ social networking by Google, after lot of bad luck, not must going to be a big hit, which will surely damage the other market social websites and service, as we have seen on the launch that users who got their invitations were curious about to use it on their cell phones, just like they are doing with Facebook and Twitter on their mobiles and for it, Google released the Google+ app for android on the time and announced that they will kick out the app for other platforms soon, such as iOS, we have got words from the Google employee that app is already submitted to the App Store for approval and will roll out. but it seems some user (developers) or leakers using the app for iOS on their iOS devices, and leaked some screenshots of the app.
If you have look carefully on the above image, you must note that the iOS app of Google+ is look similar to the android app, and will carry five icons of basic services labeled as Stream, Huddles, Photos, Profile and Circles. At the bottom of the app you find Notifications area which shows the number of notifications you received from your last visit
The Wall Street Journal independently confirmed reports that the next generation iPhone will be on the way in the third quarter of this year. According to sources close to the supply line, Apple’s next iPhone is expected to trim down the famously svelte iPhone 4, making it both lighter and thinner than the current model. While plenty of other technology outlets had published similar details previously, the credible new report solidifies what we can expect from Apple’s next generation smartphone.
Terra, a popular web browser for the iPad, has added Facebook, Twitter, and Instapaper integration.
Terra has everything you missed in Safari: unlimited tabs, full screen browsing, text search and ability to save web pages for offline reading. All that you want is here.
? Unlimited Tabs
Enjoy desktop class web browsing experience. Create as many tabs as you need, quickly switch between opened web pages and open links in new tabs.
? Full Screen Browsing
Take advantage of the 100% of the iPad screen. Hide toolbars and tabs with one tap.
? Save Web Pages
You can save web pages to read them offline with all images preserved.
? Text Search
Easily find a word on the web page. Great for long Wikipedia articles.
Apple has posted a new commercial for the iPad 2 entitled, ‘Now’
iPad is now changing the way we do just about everything, from watching a newspaper to looking at the stars.
Now, we can watch a newspaper, listen to a magazine, curl up with a movie, and see a phone call.
Now, we can take a classroom anywhere, hold an entire bookstore; and touch the stars.