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Crowd Call



CrowdCall is very different than any other app or service that enables group calling because

1) It doesn't require participants to dial in - instead it makes an outgoing call to all participants (except the originator who calls a local number) as soon as the originator presses the call button. That means that unlike GroupMe or Voxer or any other conferencing service, there are no line or carrier charges for using the service - it is truly free to participants. It requires no work on the part of participants to join the conference, they simply answer the call and press "1" and they are in the conference. No dial in or pins required.

2) It doesn't require participants to have the app. If you have the app you can select the people you want to include in the conference from your contact list and hit the call button. Our server sets up the call and dials out to every on on the list using their regular phone number, they don't need the app or a smart phone or even a mobile phone, they just answer the call on whatever phone they have and they are connected, free of charge.

3) We use regular phone lines not VoIP connections to the phone. VoIP apps on 3G suck, the quality of the service is horrible. We use regular carrier lines up to our servers, that means the highest possible quality call and connections to all devices that are reachable with a phone number.

4) It is spontaneous, you don't need to schedule a call, you can create a group call and start it instantly, no need to send out a dial in number or pin or have participants do anything other than answer the phone ! Recent changes : Instead of letting caller dial out, our server dials back to the caller to create the group call.Many little but nice new changes to make it work simpler and look simpler.


Click here to Download CrowdCall.Apk for Computer or Laptop.

Click here to Download CrowdCall for Android.

Click here to Download CrowdCall for iPhone.

YouWave for Android


YouWave runs Android apps and app stores on your PC, no phone required. You will have the possibility to download numerous mobile programs via the app stores within YouWave.

High performance - The fastest way to run Android on pc

Ease of Use - Easy to install. Easy to import and run apps
Here are some key features of "YouWave for Android":

>> Supports Android 2.3 Gingerbread
>> Simulated SD card functionality - enables game saving
>> Saved State - enables fast restart
>> Enables multi-player online games
>> Dynamic rotating - phone-like instant response
>> Volume control buttons
>> Retractable control panel

Requirements :

>> Intel Pentium 1.6GHz CPU
>> 1GB DRAM
>> 500MB disk space

Limitations :

>> 7 days trial period
>> Nag screen

Click here to Download YouWave For Android.

Click here to Download the YouWave for Android Patch.

BlueStacks App Player


Ordinarily, if you want to run Android apps on a platform other than on an Android device, it is necessary to install a Software Development Kit. Unless you are a software developer, this may be something that you are not particularly keen on doing, and this is where BlueStacks App Player may be able to help as it enables you to install and run Android apps under Windows.

Working much like an emulator, the program enables users of Windows 7 to install Android apps on their PC and synchronize them with a device running Android. Making use of the company's cloud connect service, apps can be synced wirelessly without the need to remember to connect your Android device to your computer.

BlueStacks App Player is currently in beta which means that problems are to be expected. There is currently only a Windows version available, but there is a Mac edition in the pipeline. The standard version of the app allows for a limited number of apps to be installed, but an upcoming premium version will allow for an unlimited number of apps.

Verdict:
There are teething problems at the moment, but this is an interesting app for Android users.


Click here to Download BlueStacks App Player for Windows.
Click here to Download BlueStacks App Player for Mac.

TeamViewer 7


Occasionally, users might need to access their home computer when they are at work, even if it is only to access a few files. Rather than going home, copying the files on a USB flash stick then travelling back to work, one could leave the home PC on and access it using TeamViewer.

TeamViewer is an intuitive utility that enables users to remotely connect to a computer, view its desktop and operate it as if it was their own. Furthermore, these functions are not limited to professionals alone, as the user-friendly interface also allows beginners to use it, even if they have not tested a remote utility before.

Basically, in order to use TeamViewer, the app needs to be installed on both of the computers involved in the connection, and each of them get a unique ID and password. Whenever a user wants to gain control of the other computer, they need to input the corresponding ID and password, and they are connected.

In other words, one can set up a remote controller, start a file transfer, or access a VPN, with anyone in the world.

Another use for TeamViewer is setting up a presentation, that can be accessed be multiple users simultaneously, while granting them "read-only" privileges, so they cannot control anything on the host desktop.

Click here to Download TeamViewer.

7-Zip


There was a time when computer applications were few and a specific tool was used for each task one wanted to perform, such as image viewing, archiving files or converting videos. Nowadays however, the market has a lot more alternatives for each area, and when it comes to archivers, 7-Zip is definitely an app worth taking into consideration.

Installing it is a simple procedure and it all takes only a few seconds since you have to deal with such a light package. The interface is the same as the ones we’ve seen in other compression tools, but 7-Zip also includes a powerful file manager, so browsing the files stored in archives is really simple.

The tool supports most archive formats out there, including RAR, ZIP, TAR, GZ, LZH, LZA, ARJ and ISO, but it also comes with its very own extension, namely 7z.

You will be amazed by how fast 7-Zip compressed and decompresses files and the fact that it automatically places a bunch of options in the Windows context menu makes the whole thing a lot easier, while also saving a lot of time when it comes to managing archives. Those who do not like to have a cluttered Windows context menu can easily remove the 7-zip related items whenever they please.

Click here to Download 7-Zip.

VLC Media Player 2.03


VLC Media Player, a free to download, open-source multi-platform media player, framework and server, featuring a vast array of free special features.

No Codec playback error messages ever again unlike other media player software. VLC Media Player features the largest decoding and encoding libraries avoiding the need to download additional codecs. VLC Media Player is the first player to support playback from encrypted DVDs. Any format or codec, VLC can play it all.

VLC is a packed based media player. It supports playback from damaged, incomplete, or partially downloaded files. With the preview feature you can preview playback of partial media files to check the quality of your video file.

Click here to Download VLC Media Player.

Unlocker


Windows is Continuously Being Improved and Updated, therefore it make Sense to Stumble Across Errors once in a while. However, there is One Tool that can be used to prevent a certain type of Errors from Occuring.
Unlocker is the solution to messages like Cannot delete folder: it's being used by another person or program or Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use.

Unlocker is a very light software solution that helps rename, move or delete locked files with a single click and through a very simple yet efficient interface.

Click here to Download Unlocker.

Internet Explorer 9


The sound bite on Internet Explorer 9 will be a variation of "it doesn't suck", yet the changes to the browser go far deeper than that glib comment can reflect. Microsoft engineered a campaign, starting last year, to change the browser's image with both developers and casual users that was similar to the way that it got people on board with Windows 7. Frequent developer previews, devoid of features showed web developers what the browser could do. It was only with the launch of the first beta that Microsoft added the interface. By then, the browser had already made an impact with developers because of its standards support and in-page rendering speeds and much of the buzz coming from them was positive.

Click here to Download Internet Explorer 9.

Mozilla Firefox


For those of you who spent last year away from the Internet, it's the year that Firefox went from annual major-point updates to a Chrome-style quick-release cycle. How quick? A new major version number along with a spate of performance and feature improvements lands in the Firefox stable version every six weeks. So, Firefox is on version 13 at the time of this review. As a point of comparison, Chrome is currently on version 19 even though it only launched in 2008.

To put it bluntly: Firefox has benefited from the rapid-release cycle. Both fixes and features get out to users faster than before, which puts a safer, sleeker browser in your hands with fewer delays. A vocal, minuscule minority has pooh-poohed the increase in version numbers, but that's hardly a legitimate complaint in a world where mobile apps update silently and effectively.

Click here to Download Mozilla Firefox.

Google Chrome


Google Chrome has matured from a lightweight and fast browsing alternative into an innovative, standard-bearing browser that people love. It's powerful enough to drive its own operating system, Chrome OS. The browser that people can use today, Chrome 20, offers highly competitive features, including synchronization, autofill, and standards compliance, and maintains Google's reputation for building one of the fastest browsers available.

Chrome 20 represents a major milestone for the browser, but those expecting to see dramatic changes in major version-point updates will be disappointed. For a while now, Google has been pushing features over what it calls milestone numbers in a rapid-release cycle, which means that as soon as new features are usable in the beta version of Chrome, Google will likely push them to all users in the stable edition.

Click here to Download Google Chrome Web Installer
Click here to Download Google Chrome Offline Installer