• 16:53 Aug 21, 2019


Latest Applications News


Dow Jones and Bharti Airtel tie up for WSJ India app

This application will enable the users to access the latest international and Indian financial and business news from The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires.

Mobile learning seeks growth curve in India

Companies in the telecom sector see potential for mobile learning in India and are developing the necessary applications to work towards mobile education.

Opera mobile browser now on Google's Android

Opera Software unveiled a version of its Mini mobile browser for cell phones running Google's Android software.

Apalya to stream IPL matches live on mobile

Apalya Technologies signs a deal with GCV for streaming IPL matches live to mobile handsets.

RCom launches social networking mobile app

The application, made by Antarix Networks and Reliance Communications, offers simultaneous connectivity to many social networking sites.

Maximum mobile ad impressions in India come from Nokia phones: AdMob

AdMob's Mobile Metrics report publishes analytics data on Indian mobile web users.

SBI plans mobile banking expansion

State Bank of India said it is focusing on mobile banking, particularly in rural areas, and will soon issue tenders for payment system gateway solutions.

WSJ India to launch mobile app, ties up with Naukri

The collaboration between Wall Street Journal India and Naukri.com will allow users to search for premium jobs on the WSJ website and through a soon to be released mobile application.

Mid-Day enables mobile-newspaper integration

Mid Day's new application allows readers to view files linked to stories in the paper on their mobile phones.

Mobile World Congress: Music finds a new tune on mobile

From the third day of the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Neeraj Roy of Hungama writes about a mobile application which can change the way you hear music on the device.

Comviva introduces online gaming solution for mobiles

It is a development on the existing online gaming model, where users need to download each game individually.

Opera Mini reaches 50 million mark

The number of Opera web browser users has grown by 150 per cent from 20 million in January 2009.

VAS player mCarbon to launch mobile music store

It will enable users to select and download full song tracks, ring tones, caller ring back tones and music videos on their mobile phones through a single interface.

Balaji Telefilms to develop fiction, non-fiction apps

The production house, which produces varied programmes across all general entertainment channels, is likely to soon come up with the new applications on mobile app stores.

'VAS will drive new business models'

At the Apex '10 private equity conference organised by Chennai-based Venture Intelligence, panelists shared major investment insights in the telecom sector.