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Brothersoft.com’s 9th Birthday Award 22nd – 26th July

by on Jul.22, 2011, under Featured

Happy Birthday To Brothersoft.com

Thanks For All The Users Who Laugh Heartily & Grow Together With Us. For the 9th Birthday Bash, Brothersoft.com organize this especially for all the Die-Hard Fans who give us the long-term support. You just need to do some simple things and then you will have The Chance to get the 9thAnniversary Limited Edition T-shirts.

All ou need to do is:

  1. Click the “Join ”button and tweet the activity news.
  2. 2. Follow Brothersoft.com on twitter.

And then you will be considered for this giveaway.
The Winners will be picked at random, so everyone will have the equal chance.

Remember the rate of winning prize can reach 50%.

The prize is the 9thAnniversary Limited Edition T-shirts With Brothersoft.com Logo Sign. Please Pay Close Attention To Brothersoft.com Official Twitter, they’ll Keep You Update About The News Of The Activity & The Winning Prize.

Brothersoft.com is one of the Internet’s top three most popular software download sites. It receives over 70,000,000 daily visitors and 30,000,000 daily downloads worldwide and maintains a powerful presence in non-English-speaking markets. Brothersoft.com also publishes insightful news articles and timely, professional reports on the software industry.

To learn more information about it please refer to Brothersoft.

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Sony Ericsson Brings Out Cedar

by on Jun.19, 2010, under Gadgets, Mobile, Technology

Social Networking websites have become a part and parcel of most of people’s necessity, people seemed to be hooked to such sites. Sony Ericsson’s upcoming 3G HSDPA handset Cedar has been designed to cater to this ever increasing need. The phone is claimed to be Eco-Friendly with part of the Cedar being constructed using recycled plastic.

Sony Ericsson Cedar

The phone has been fitted with a 2.2” TFT screen that displays images in 262K colors. The phone has got a basic 2 MP camera and allows VGA video recording at 30fps. It has got 3.5mm audio jack. Its network capabilities spread over GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS HSDPA 850/1900/2100, UMTS HSDPA 2100 and EDGE 850/900/1800/1900.

The phone weighs about 84gms with dimensions 111mm x 49mm x 15.5mm. It is available in two color combinations, namely, black and silver or black and red. It offers a talk time of about 12 hours 30 min and standby time of around 420 hours on a GSM network. It provides for approximately 4 hours 56 min of talk time and about 475 hours of standby time on a UMTS network.

It has pre-installed Widget Manager 2.0 app with which users can access social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace on the stand-by screen of their devices. EAS Push e-mail facility and modem connectivity have also been provided with the phone. 3G users can avail of faster internet speeds and access web browser Netfront 3.5.

The pricing is still under cover and it is expected to hit select markets within the third quarter of this year. Stay Tuned!

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TuneWiki for iPhone

by on Jul.18, 2009, under Reviews, Tips & Tricks

TuneWiki

TuneWiki turns song lyrics into subtitles so you can read along while you listen.

You must have herd about Lyrical, the free app that lets you look up lyrics for the currently playing song but TuneWiki does better, spooling out lyrics as the song plays. It actually streams lyrics in Real Time.

With TuneWiki for iPhone and iPod Touch, you choose a song from your library using TuneWiki interface, then watch the lyrics scroll past as it plays.

The song has already been “time-synced” by another user. If not, you’ll have the option of advancing the lyrics yourself so the app will know the sync points in the future.

TuneWiki also lets you stream music from countless Shoutcast radio stations, and works the same lyric-subtitling magic with most songs.

It also includes a YouTube video search option and supports both Twitter and Facebook, it can automatically update your status to show what song you’re playing. It even emulates the TuneWiki site’s mapping option to show you who’s listening to what in various parts of the world.

Overall, It’s a pretty cool app. But browsing your song library is a slow, awkward process, in part because TuneWiki lacks the alphabet-shortcut menu on the right edge of the screen.

The menu options and icons aren’t logically designed or organized. Most buttons don’t look like buttons.

If you like to read lyrics while you’re listening to music its the best. The subtitling works pretty well, and it’s hard to complain too much about an app that costs nothing to use.

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