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eBuddy XMS Now Available For iOS and Android

The famous web and mobile messengers, eBuddy has recently announced the worldwide launch of its free real time messaging app, eBuddy XMS in iOS and Android mobile phones. The users would now be able to connect to popular instant messengers like Gtalk, Yahoo, AIM, MSN, Facebook and MySpace, directly from their mobile phones using eBuddy. With the introduction of this app, it is going to give a direct competition to the services like Kik and WhatsApp which expands the capability of normal text messaging and provide fast, secure and reliable service.

eBuddy XMS

eBuddy’s XMS utilize user’s data or WiFi connection to send messages. It allows the messages to be sent all over the world free of cost. Just like the native apps, the iOS and Android clients also scans user’s phonebook and Facebook or Twitter profiles to retrieve the information of the friends using this service and then the user can email, sms, Twit or IM the friends whom they want to reach out. eBuddy XMS allows the users to personalize the applications, to view pictures and receive over 100 different emoticons and time stamp the friend’s interactions. In addition, the application also alerts the users of any unread messages.

With the boom in smartphone use and preference to use messaging apps over traditional messaging, the launch of eBuddy XMS is definitely going to be crucial. The application is fast and is of great importance for the people who like to keep in touch with their friends and co workers all the time. eBuddy XMS can be download from App Store or Android market. It can also be downloaded from eBuddy XMS website.


Updated version of Google Books for iOS

Last year, Google introduced the concept of Google Books for iOS and opened the world of Google’s 2 million digital books, however it lacked finesse. Earlier this week, they unveiled the updated version. What’s special about the latest release is; there is a landscape mode feature for e-book reading on iPad. As you scroll through a book, they have added a find feature that shows specific keywords and phrase matches. Apart from that, users can now easily download e-books using their Gmail account. Simply put, the overall performance and speed has been improved. You can download the updated version from the Apple store for free.

The iPhone5 will support dual SIM cards

iphone4 dual sim

Good news for those who always wanted to have an iPhone but had to compromise with the non-availability of dual SIM facility. Good news is that, the iPhone 5 will hold two SIM cards allowing you to use 2 phone lines. This sounds amazingly great!
iphone4 dual sim

“iDealsChina says that the feature will allow iPhone 5 owners to have two lines of service and could operate two numbers at the same time, which would be great either for travelers who need access to a home SIM on a home network and also a global SIM for roaming, or for users who use the iPhone 5 and would want to have their work and personal lines on the same device.”

The iPhone5 is rumored to include a Qualcomm Gobi cellular and data chipset. It is expected to be released in July or July this year with a slider physical keyboard and aluminium case.

Apple officially claimed its working on gesture-based lockscreen for iOS

We knew it was coming up and today, Apple intelligence officially claimed that it is working on a new Android like gestures based lock screen for its next major version of iOS. The new feature works by having the user set up a definite pattern and in order to access the phone, the same pattern has to be entered instead of the usual password or passcode. The new type of lock screen is already being tested by 9to5 mac.


Because of the fact that the new lockscreen style looks absolutely identical to Android’s interface, there is no official word from Apple if it is planning to push this new feature in the next iOS update or in the future. There are also rumours that Apple might incorporate it in the upcoming iOS 5.