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Meizu have launched a nice present for Chinese fans for the Chinese New Year by releasing Flyme 3.4.1 for all current MX devices.
Another hands on video with the quad-core JiaYu G4. The video below shows the new Chinese smartphone running a number of games ranging from Temple Run 2 to the more challenging Modern Combat games! In the past we have read the JiaYu G4 specs: 1.2Ghz quad-core,1-2GB RAM, and have seen leaked Antutu benchmarks of almost […]
Meizu have been on a release and launch marathon this week, with the Chinese company launching the Quad Core version of the MX, an updated dual core MX and now Flyme 1.0.1 OS for all Meizu Android phones!
Exciting news for Android loving Mac users as the popular Blustacks for Mac was finally announced allowing Apple users to run Android applications direct from their dock. Keep reading for full instructions on how to install WhatsApp on a Mac!
Earlier today Facebook launched their first camera app, Facebook camera, which comes straight of the back of the company’s acquisition of (the AWESOME!) Instagram. We have download Facebook camera, given it a whirl, like it BUT… Instagram is better for one simple reason!
Although your new Android Tablet (or phone/media player) comes with the rather lovely open source Android operating system from Google it may not have come with the rather convenient Android Application store, and even if it did some of the applications on the market may be blocked from use by your mobile carrier (only applicable […]
Traveling in China can be a little daunting for someone arriving here for the first time, and even for us who have lived here for years can still find the prospect of traveling in China a major nightmare! Luckily there are apps for traveling in China which can make your trip much easier!
Have an Android device and don’t know how to download or install Android software? Then follow our simple 8 step guide here! How to Install Android Software First you will have to download the Android software or application. You can either download from the Android market (instructions here) or you can download your Android software […]
You know what is really annoying? Buying an Android tablet only to find that there is no simple way to download application for it! Actually, even more annoying is having an Android tablet which features the Android Market, but only allows you to download those lack luster free apps!
If you are worried that your personal details such as location, websites visited, messages sent and possibly even passwords and credit card numbers are being logged by your Android device and sent to some unknown third person you WILL want to download this handy app!
We have already reported on Sina reaching the staggering figure of 250 million registered users, but Sina must have thought the news was worth releasing again as they announced the figure at their quarterly earnings call earlier today. Charles Chao, Sina’s CEO had some interesting things to say about Weibo such as 86 million messages […]
If you have ever been to one of the major, and massively busy, cities in China like Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, you will no doubt understand how difficult it can be to find a taxi. Thankfully Zhou Hang, CEO of Yongche, has an app for that!
There are a few things which I have yet to grow out of and radio control off road buggies are one of those things (radio control monster trucks is another).
Huohua has apparently been available for both iOS and Android devices for a while now, but had managed to slip under our radar until just now. The free application lets users search for people in their area with similar interests using keywords and your phone’s GPS location.
Android is ‘winning in China’ but with with the official Android market only working part of the time and over 70 Chinese markets to choose from it increasingly difficult to get hold of the truly great apps! This is where new application discovery tool Qiuqiu is hoping to make its mark by making application interesting […]
A new government funded iPhone app which is offering free condoms to it’s users is struggling to take off in China, as the those in charge are only handing out low quality, no brand condoms! The free condom service, which even boast free home delivery, is currently on trial, but many Chinese consumers seem […]
If like me and you only bought an iPhone 4 a couple of months ago, you will be feeling a little torn about what to do this Friday when the new iPhone 4S is launched. Should I upgrade to the new Siri powered, 8 mega-pixel iPhone? Or not. But, what if we told you that […]
Tencent, the makers of our fave Penguin embossed software (sorry Linux) have released a beta version of their new augmented reality translation app, Intelligent Eye, for both Android and iPhone.
The iPhone 4 and iPad 2 are officially astronomical hits in China. The year has been filled with headlines of iPhone 4 sell outs, iPad smuggling and more recently iPad 2 sell outs, but there is one thing that has always bugged us about iOS devices in China, and thats the Youtube app.
Sina have really caught Chinese internet users attention with their micro-service Sina Weibo. The popularity isn’t just confined to Chinese users either, with many foreign users making use of the online messaging service both in China and internationally.