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Watch Dogs 2 can be the biggest Ubisoft Seller

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The new protagonist in Watch Dogs 2 is named Marcus Holloway, a young hacker accused of a crime he didn’t commit, which in turn forced him to go against the system. Marcus differs from Aiden Pierce in that Marcus is a lot better at parkour, and also has a unique arsenal of weapons and gadgets courtesy of a 3D printer, such as the RC Jumper and a tiny drone called the Quad Copter. You can also play through the game in a completely nonlethal manner using a taser if you wish.

“Watch Dogs 2 has the potential to be one of the best selling in the history of Ubisoft games,” Guillemot explained. The head of Ubisoft confirmed that there are dramatic changes in the games gameplay, such as cooperative play or incorporating more relevant hacker culture, 2 things which gamers wanted from the original Watch Dogs. Moreover, Guillemot believes that the positive reviews received at E3 and the impact of the trailer on YouTube for Watch Dogs 2, are good indicators of the presumed success of the game.

A Bounty Hunt can be triggered in two ways – either by creating the requisite amount of chaos to catch their attention, or simply by opening up your in-game phone and sending out an invite for anyone online interested in literally cutting to the chase. Either way the goal is simple: evade your pursuers and break the line of sight for long enough to escape if you’re the bounty, or chase the perp down and make a mess of them on the streets of San Francisco if you’re the hunter.

If you’re playing solo up to three hunters can be called in to take you down, whereas if you’re in the midst of a two-player co-op session you’ll be met with two human rivals (in each case, the hunters will be supported by a squad of AI police cars). It’s the latter style of bounty hunter stoush which I found the most enjoyable, with one player trying to evade the attackers and his co-op partner running interference.

Surviving bounties (or claiming them) earns rewards that contribute to your overall character progress in the game, so it could be quite lucrative to trigger them as often as possible. Yet to me they’d be worth indulging in even if all I got was a scratched up car and a stupid grin on my face after yet another city-spanning automotive wreck-a-thon.

Pokemon Go v0.33.0 for Android Jelly Bean

pokemon-go-list1-1200x682A quick Pokemon Go Mod for Android 4.0+. Just mod the Game so can be run on 4.0+

I can login with my Google account in v0.33.0, you should try!!

4.0+ means:  work for Ice Cream Sandwich,Jelly Bean,KitKat,Lollipop,Marshmallow.

Pokémon GO v0.33.0 Mod APK (4.0+/No Root) | Mirror 2 |Mirror 3

For Previous Versions Click Here

Pokemon Go Version 0.31.0

fttfgsuqgjbapojsvyldHere’s the full list of things changed in the new update :

  • Avatars can now be re-customized from the Trainer profile screen
  • Adjusted battle move damage values for some Pokémon
  • Refined certain Gym animations
  • Improved memory issues
  • Removed footprints of nearby Pokémon
  • Modified battle damage calculation
  • Various bug fixes during wild Pokémon encounter
  • Updated Pokémon details screen
  • Updated achievement medal images
  • Fixed issues with displaying certain map features
  • Minor text fixes

Pokemon Go 0.31.0

Download Here

To Download pokemon go v0.33.0 fo Jelly Bean Click Here

Pokemon Go Hack For Android Jelly Bean

pokemon-goPokemon Go has become a gaming phenomenon unlike any other, but there are more exciting things people can do with it. Thanks to the Pokémon Go APK installation hack Jelly Bean updates and patch notes, players are in for more and a possibly better gaming experience.

Specifically, a update for Android Jellybean 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 has been released. According to Sports Rageous, users who want to get Pokémon Go in their devices will have to install the “APKeditor-59.apk” or download the “APK Editor” from Google play. Following the download, they have to open the file and copy both APK files found in the “Downloads folder.”

Pokemon Go(0.29.3) Edited apk:
Click Here to Download

APK Editor:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Download the “PokemonGO” APK file (This Pokemon Go 0.29.2. version is unlocked for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and higher)
2. Download the “APKeditor-59” APK file (same as you can download from Google Play)
3. Copy both APK file one of the phone’s folder (example: Downloads)
4. Install the “APKeditor-59” application
5. Open the installed “APK Editor” and follow the instructions on the video with the usage of the program (set “Internal Only”).
6. Start Pokemon GO
7. Wait until the loading screen disappear (at first start it can take quite long)
8. Restart your phone
9. Start Pokemon GO
10. Join with Pokemon Trainer Club! (Google Account not tested by me, since our Android is not supported by Google)
11. Leave feedback with your device and android version to help each other!!
12. ENJOY

OnePlus 3 ‘Soft Gold’ edition Keeps a 400$ Price tag

oneplus-3-soft-gold-variant-featuredAbout a month after releasing Engadget’s favorite sub-$400 phone, OnePlus is classing up the solid, budget-minded OnePlus 3 with a new, “Soft Gold” color variant. “This isn’t your typical gaudy gold smartphone,” a OnePlus staffer wrote in the subtweet-heavy product announcement. Instead of a jewel-encrusted piece of hardware, OnePlus has gone for a toned-down, “low-profile take on gold” to match the phone’s budget-friendly price.”

The OnePlus 3 in Soft Gold is expected to look and feel different. The company has taken a low-profile take on gold and given the smartphone a not-so-gaudy, subtle gold shade that’s not in-your-face, but stands out despite that. That’s what we can make from the renders at least. Hopefully, the actual device is as good as the renders lead us to believe.

Taking about purchasing a OnePlus 3 in Soft Gold, below are the international launch dates:

  • US – July 26, 12:00 pm US Eastern time
  • EU – August 1, 12:00 pm CEST
  • HK – August 1, 6:00 pm Hong Kong time
  • CA – August 1, 6:00 am Canada Eastern time

The OnePlus 3 Soft Gold edition comes with the hardware that is identical to the standard Graphite option. It packs in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, 6GB RAM and 5.5 Full HD Optic AMOLED display, all powered by a 3,000 mAh battery.

This one by ASUS deserves a plus one!

We all know the glancing fact that recently Asus has released its upcoming debut in to Indian Market, so this is the firm extended their Smartphone revolution and thereby received a great outcomes in terms of performance, specifications and processor. Today we here at out Tech Blog will be discussing about the newly launched Smart Phone (i.e.) Asus Zenfone 2. So, without wasting much time – let’s get started

Here We Go The Full Specifications, Features Of Asus Zenfone 2:

Asus Zenfone 2 – A 3000mAh Non-Removable Battery bagging so many features in it, new ZenUI derived from Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop.

The Zenfone 2 is having a screen size of 5.50 Inch 720p – 1080p IPS LCD touch screen.

Actually, the firm developed a three different Smartphone (ZE551ML and ZE550ML) with base feature being 2GB, 4GB RAM, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB storage selections.

The price tag of these handsets will start from 12,999 to 14,999 Indian Rupees.

Gorilla Glass 3 Protection is enabled.

The Asus Smartphone is motorized by a quad core Z3580 Intel Atom processor by means of PowerVR G6430 graphics.

The Asus Zenfone 2 Rear Camera is bagged with 13 Mega Pixels, a 5 Mega Pixels Front Facing is specially kept for selfie lovers.

High Quality Sound

Asus Zenfone 2 carryout superior quality audio support 3.55 mm playback for Hi-Fi, FLAC and WAV files.

The Zenfone 2 has battery backup of 9.5 Hours which is for Video Play Back, when it comes to surfing or browsing the same timing pertains. This Asus Zenfone 2 has stand-by tine of 46 Hours.

Have a very big viewing incident that fits completely in your hand with Asus Zenfone 2 by purchasing the 5.50 Inch 720p – 1080p IPS LCD touch screen, it’s pointed, and resolution captures all detail, as the display gives you stunning and lifelike colours with a 16:9 cinema-like manifestation.

Where Should I Buy Asus Zenfone 2?

You can purchase this alluring handset from the world’s famous e-commerce website that is FlipKart.com. However the pore-booking for Asus Zenfone 2 is already being done. So hurry up!!

Investing in a used car in Jaipur

A used car, a pre-owned vehicle, or a second hand car, is a vehicle that has previously had one or more owners. Used cars are sold through a variety of outlets, including franchise and independent car dealers, rental car companies, leasing offices, auctions, and private party sales.

Dealer or Retail Price is the price you should expect to pay if buying from a licensed new-car or used-car dealer — retail price.

Dealer Trade-in Price or wholesale price is the price you should expect to receive from a dealer if you trade in a car. This is also the price that a dealer will typically pay for a car at a dealer wholesale auction.

Private-Party Price is the price you should expect to pay if you were buying from an individual. A private-party seller is hoping to get more money than they would with a trade-in to a dealer. A private-party buyer is hoping to pay less than the dealer retail price.

The growth of the Internet has fuelled the availability of information on the prices of used cars. This information was once only available in trade publications that dealers had access to. There are now numerous sources for used car pricing. Multiple sources of used car pricing means that listed values from different sources may differ. Each pricing guide receiving data from different sources and makes different judgments about that data.

There are many online companies which help to sell cars in Jaipur

Jaipur is a big city and there are enormous number of buyers & sellers of used cars with access to internet. Therefore, it is a great opportunity to be able to easily sell and buy cars online.

 Your own inspection and test drive can identify obvious problems, but a mechanic can find dozens of things you might miss.

If your car comes back with a clean Vehicle History report, aces your inspection and test drive, and gets a clean bill of health from a trusted mechanic, then you can be confident you are purchasing a reliable car.

15 of the best Android apps from March

It has been a good month for Android apps. So let’s take a look back at the pick of the new tools to hit Google Play over the past 31 days.

Dollarbird

Following its launch for iOS last July, Dollarbird finally brought its awesome personal expenses tracker to Android this month.

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Dollarbird is what you get when you cross a smart calendar app with a budgeting app, and helps you track and forecast all your spending.

➤ Dollarbird

Tribesports

Tribesports for Android is a GPS fitness-tracking app that pretty much replicatesits iOS counterpart, and if you’ve used any other similar app, it won’t take you long to get to grips with. You can log runs, cycles, workouts, and specific sports/classes, with real-time stats and progress graphs illustrating your endeavors.

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Do some dumbbell work before your run? Tribesports lets you log such data manually and in detail. You can choose from a ton of very specific activities (Box Jumps, anyone?), and save them to your favorites for easy access. You can also include the number of reps, add notes/photos and save it alongside all your runs, swims and cycles.

Moreover, there are thousands of workouts generated by the Tribesports community, so you can get actual instruction on numerous exercises and stretches.

➤ Tribesports Training

QuizUp

Four months after it arrived for iOS, Icelandic startup Plain Vanilla Gamesofficially launched QuizUp for Android users too, following a short invite-only beta period.

QuizUp follows the likes of Words With Friends by letting you pit your wits against buddies and strangers from around the world in a test of your knowledge.

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The Android incarnation pretty much replicates the iOS experience to the core, then there are no real surprises in here. QuizUp for Android notched up one million downloads in its first week alone.

➤ QuizUp

CALCU

While the prospect of a new calculator app might not set your saliva glands into overdrive, it’s worth your while giving CALCU a shot, purely for its attention to design detail.

Launching initially with a default dark skin, CALCU lets you select from twelve themes, all underpinned by the same slick navigability and UX.

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The main part of the calculator is pretty standard, with the result of your sum appearing at the top, and keypad at the bottom. By swiping down, you can view the calculation history tape, while swiping up on the keyboard reveals additional keys, including scientific functions.

If you’re looking for a simple but good-looking, nice-to-use calculator app for Android, CALCU is worth your time.

➤ CALCU

Timehop

Timehop, a popular service that ‘goes back in time’ to show you past posts on various social media sites, finally landed on Android this month.

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The Android app brings together your old photos and posts from your iPhone (if you have one), Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Foursquare, and replays them in the future to remind you of key events from your past.

➤ Timehop

Link Bubble

Link Bubble is a new entrant to the mobile browser space having only launched a couple of weeks back, but we expect this to rack up a fair few fans moving forward.

The browser sits in the background waiting to ‘intercept’ as you click on links from any app on your phone. So, if you’re browsing your feed in the native Twitter Android app (for example) and you see a link to a photo on Instagram, Link Bubble will automatically start loading that in the background (when you click it), meaning you don’t have to sit starting at ‘redirect’ screens on your phone, be it a redirect to the Instagram app (if you have it installed) or Instagram on the Web.

The same goes for any links from Facebook, Airbnb, Evernote, Dropbox…basically any app.

➤ Link Bubble [Free] | Link Bubble [Pro]

iSupr8

It was a long time coming, but iSupr8, the app for creating vintage-looking videos from your smartphone, finally arrived for Android this month.

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We say it’s been a long time coming because the iOS version launched way back in 2011, before Vine existed and before Instagram supported videos. iSupr8 lets you create retro classics and so so in 1080p HD, while you can choose from a range of film stocks that add a projector frame, flicker, grain, scratches, vignette, noise and film-burn to your video.

➤ iSupr8

Recordense

Recordense is a really nicely-designed audio-recording app that lets you mark and tag any part of a recording in real-time, and allocate a category to it.

During the recording process, you simply hit the ‘tag’ button and give it a name – for example, if you want to remember the location of a quote from a keynote speaker. Once the recording is complete, you can save it to a dedicated folder which you name, and also give its own unique color.

Now, in the Lite version of the app, you can only create two categories – for more, you’ll have to cough up two of your Earth (US) dollars to procure the full version. Also, you’ll only be able to use three tags per-recording in the Lite version.

➤ Recordense Lite | Recordense [Full Version]

Coursera

Online learning company Coursera finally came to Android this month, shortly after it debuted its iOS app.

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Coursera for Android keeps students engaged with more than 600 courses, provided by more than 100 educational institutions, including Stanford and Yale.

➤ Coursera

Photowall for Chromecast

Less than a week after Google launched its Chromecast streaming dongle outside the US, landing in 11 more countries, the Internet giant unveiled a brand new standalone app that lets you create a collaborative photo montage on your TV.

Photowall for Chromecast is officially an ‘experiment’, one that lets anybody take a picture and send it to a Photowall on their big screen – photos can be added via the Web and iOS too. It then creates a YouTube video of this collaboration, which can be shared with everyone.

With this launch, Google is trying to encourage third-party developers to use itsrecently-opened Cast SDK.

➤ Photowall for Chromecast

Auto Finder

Auto Finder automatically marks your location when it detects that your car has parked using your device’s built-in hardware – zero configuration is required.

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You can operate in satellite or map mode, and you are also able to manually mark a location if you wish. It also serves up directions back to your parking spot.

➤ Auto Finder

Milk Music [US only]

Samsung took a big step into the music-streaming fray this month with a new service called Milk Music, available exclusively for Galaxy devices.

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Available in the US only for now, Samsung is shaking its leg in a very busy space that currently boasts the likes of Spotify, Rdio, Beats, and Pandora. Indeed, Milk Music is most similar to the latter of these examples, with its Slacker-powered, DMCA-compliant app letting you skip tracks up to six times in an hour for each station.

➤ Milk Music

Fiverr

Fiverr took its Task Rabbit-rivaling app to Android this month.

To recap, Fiverr lets registered users monetize their skills and resources, which can be anything from Web design to gardening. The Android app, however, is all about browsing, ordering and messaging, rather than listing. If you’re looking to sell a service, you’ll still need to visit the website.

➤ Fiverr

Wonder Timer

When it comes to timer apps on Android, there’s no shortage, but Wonder Timer is a simple and attractive alternative that packs a punch.

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Wonder Timer lets you set, save and control multiple timers, with single taps letting you initiate your ‘laundry’, ‘egg’, or ‘yoga’ clocks. These can all be reconfigured with names to suit your own endeavors, and there’s more than 200 icons to choose from.

➤ Wonder Timer

Newsbeat

American media behemoth The Tribune Company launched an interesting new service this month, one that lets you audio-stream text-based stories from online newspapers.

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The core raison d’être of Newsbeat is to “reimagine news for mobile”, using human voiceovers and text-to-speech technology. Newsbeat streams up to seven thousand stories each day from across the Web.

While it does have a US-centric content offering, it also serves up global news tidbits too, though you can’t indicate a specific country other than the US. You can also narrow things down to specific publications, topics, sports teams, and more. It works just like a standard media player – you can skip forward or back if you miss an audio snippet.

➤ Newsbeat

If you’re on the hunt for more Android apps, check out some of the best ones from February, or put your feet up and peruse through the pick of the bunch from the whole of 2013. Alternatively, you can check out some of the best iOS apps from March too.

Ultrakam lets iOS cinematographers shoot at film-quality resolution

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These days, it seems, everyone’s a videographer. We can attribute (or blame) that phenomenon at least partly on the ubiquity of video on smartphones and consumer cameras.

But now there’s a way for mobile filmmakers of all levels to push even harder beyond creative limits. VFXWarrior today launched Ultrakam, the first and only iOS app that can record 2K video—a higher resolution than Full HD.

With Ultrakam, you can shoot in either H.264 (iFrame) or M-JPEG codecs to yield up to 2240 x 1672 pixels, or 70 percent more than 1920 x 1080 Full HD. The app’s ability to capture 4:2:0 full range color shows denser blacks and whites.

“My vision is to create the most powerful tools for the next generation of content creators and to integrate mobile devices as a professional tool in content production,” said Hassan Uriostegui, the developer behind Ultrakam. The emphasis is both on high resolution and minimal compression.

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Different specs for each device

Ultrakam works on late-generation iOS devices, including the iPhone 5s, 5c, and 5, as well as the iPad Mini and iPad 3. Each has its own hardware specs and thus the app has operational variations that conform to those limits.

Shooting a movie with Ultrakam on the iPhone 5s using the H.264 codec, for example, yields the highest resolution possible from the software—some 70 percent more pixels (2240 x 1672) than Full HD with footage captured at 20, 24, and 30fps. When alternately using the M-JPEG codec, 2K resolution on the iPhone 5s has 35 percent more pixels than Full HD (1936 x 1446), at the same frame rates.

On the iPhone 5 in contrast, Ultrakam’s recorded 2K video yields 1936 x 1446, however that footage is only available at 20fps using the M-JPEG codec. iPhone 5 users can also record regular HD video at 24 and 30fps in both M-JPEG and H.264 codecs.

In addition, Ultrakam lets you create 640 x 640 proxies in the player, so you can view and interact with smoothly running 2K material on your handset.

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Calling indie filmmakers

Though Ultrakam’s target audience spans a range from casual shooters to professional cinematographers, its developer designed the feature set with indie moviemakers in mind. In addition to high resolution capture, Ultrakam also provides special effects capabilities.

Slow motion recording converts the 120fps video shot on the iPhone 5s to 12, 24,or 30fps on hardware that supports it. However, resolution is limited to 1280 x 720, with shooters able to choose M-JPEG or H.264 codecs to generate up to 10x slow motion effect. Timelapse resolution is 2592 x 1936 with either codec, with playback speeds of 6,12,24,and 30fps. The app also records CD quality audio in uncompressed Stereo Linear PCM format.

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“Ultrakam was designed working closely with indie filmmakers and we added what they asked for: timelapse and slow motion,” Uriostegui said. ”This way, directors can easily switch between live action, timelapse, and slow motion recording with maximum quality and control.” All videos recorded with Ultrakam are accessible in the camera roll, where users can preview and delete recordings. Filmmakers can export movies recorded in the H.264 codec to share with other applications.

Ultrakam also features a remote control panel for wirelessly transferring files from your phone or laptop, and is accessible via any Web browser connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If you need to quickly transfer files, you can also access them via USB or iTunes file sharing.

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Users can play the files on the phone and preview the Audio/Video Sync via the app’s gallery.  During playback, users can freeze and extract a video frame and send it to Ultrakam’s color grading companion app, Cinekolor. This allows filmmakers to start designing color looks that can be exported into programs like After Effects, Scratch, Lustre, or Nuke.

Cinema handling

For all its high level specs, I found that Ultrakam handled quickly and easily on my iPhone 5, with a simple, intuitive interface. Just point the phone in landscape orientation, and hit the red button. Controls for white balance, focus, and exposure are available, and just like in many sophisticated photo and video apps, you can independently lock both focus and exposure.

A readout at the bottom of the window reminds you which specs you chose. To change those, tap the Gear icon to see a compact, elegant control grid that is easy to understand and swift to operate. Presets automatically give you a range of video qualities from the highest to the lowest and Web, with a single tap. Tap the play button to preview or halt playback. You can manually go forward and backward by dragging your finger across the screen.

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Companion Remote Control

The new Ultrakam Remote Control app, released alongside Ultrakam, is a companion app for both the iPhone and iPad versions. This Bluetooth remote app lets you control shooting remotely with controls for focus, exposure, white balance, and recording. It operates only with Ultrakam installed on the shooting device.

Pricing and availability

Ultrakam is a universal app for both the iPhone and the iPad and is now available on the App Store for a discounted price of $7.99 (the regular price will be $12.99). The Bluetooth-based Ultrakam Remote Control, is now available for a discounted price of $2.99 (with a regular price of $5.99). Both apps require iOS 7.

Google launches Photowall for Chromecast, an app that lets you beam collaborative photo albums to your TV

Update: Google has now officially announced Photowall for Chromecast, and has confirmed that the associated app will be available for Android too.

Less than a week after Google finally launched its Chromecast streaming dongle outside the US, landing in 11 more countries, the Internet giant has unveiled a brand new standalone app that lets you create a collaborative photo montage on your TV.

According to its description in the App Store, Photowall for Chromecast does exactly as it says in its name, though oddly the so-called ‘Chrome Experiment’ seems to be an iOS-only affair for now. That said, we expect an Android version will be arriving shortly too, as the existing iOS app doesn’t seem to be fully operational yet.

When connecting your Chromecast to the app, you’re asked to sign-in using your Google+ credentials so it can “make sure you’re not a robot”. But then, after giving you the option of which browser to use to sign in, it just takes you to a blank page with a password field in it (see screenshot on the right below). Thus, it’s likely the iOS app has just been pushed live early – though we have reached out to Google for clarification on this front.

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Photowall for Chromecast lets anybody “take a picture and send it to a Photowall to instantly see it on the big screen” – photos can be added via the Web too. It then creates a YouTube video of this collaboration, which can be shared with everyone.

Thus far, Google’s Chromecast has pretty much been about streaming video from your mobile phone to your TV, with a handful of third-party apps integrating with the service. And Chrome users on desktop can mirror more content from their screen too. Now, with a new standalone app in tow, Google’s looking to appeal to the photo-taking fraternity too – though perhaps it’s more about encouraging third-party developers to use its recently-opened Cast SDK for developers.

Meanwhile, check out the official promo video below.

➤ Photowall for Chromecast  Google Play | App Store [via 9to5 Mac]

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