SuperBeam is the easiest and fastest way to share large files between Android devices usingWiFi direct. You may pair your devices devices using QR codes (with the included QR code scanner) or NFC, if your devices support it.
No more clicks and manual approvals for connections. SuperBeam makes file sharing as convenient and fast as it should have been, because it is already 2013!
• Share files between devices using NFC or QR code scanning.
• Blazing fast transfer speeds using WiFi direct.
• Switches to hotspot mode automatically for devices that doesn’t support WiFi direct.
• Can use existing WiFi network connection between devices in case WiFi direct fails.
• Share single or multiple files of any type (photos, videos, zip files, APK’s… You name it!)
• Works with all 3rd party file managers and photo galleries.
• Light and dark color themes.
• Advanced settings for geeks!
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Samsung is back with an exchange offer for Galaxy S4 phone. The company is now offering INR 5,000 discount on the INR 41,500 purchase price of Galaxy S4, if you trade-in your old phone.
In addition to providing the INR 5,000 discount, Samsung has also bundled several free goodies as incentives for buying Galaxy S4.
The company is offering a free S-View Cover, One time free screen replacement, interest free EMI upto 12 months, free entertainment content worth INR 12,000 from myServices, and discounted data plans from Vadafone.
You can contact your nearest retailer to learn more about the Smart Upgrade Offer now and as always do read the fine-print before committing anything.
Only select smartphones are valid for trade-in and you can check out the full list below.
- All Apple, BlackBerry and HTC phones
- Sony Xperia Ion
- Karbonn A9, A21
- Micromax Canvas A110, A75, A100, A87, Ninja 4 and A73
- Nokia Lumia 710, Lumia 610, Lumia 510 and Lumia 800, Nokia Asha 311, 300, 302, 303, Nokia C5-05, C5, C5-03, E5, 500, 5233, N8, X3-02, C6 and C3
- All Galaxy phones except Note II & Galaxy Star; All Samsung Wave and Omnia phones
After Taiwan, HTC has now started rolling out the Android 4.2.2 update in some European countries – mainly Nordic countries, reports Android Central. The update, which is about 412MB in size, went live over-the-air late Friday.
The latest Android version brings a host of improvements and changes to the Sense-d HTC One. They include enhanced launcher bar, quick settings, widget panel rearrangement, and Android Daydream mode. The status bar can finally show the battery percentage.
Furthermore, the Home key can now launch the options menu via a long press. Google Now can be accessed by swiping up from the Home button. BlinkFeed has been tweaked to support Instagram, and HTC Zoe has also been enhanced alongside with the camera’s AF/AE performance.
There’s a new lockscreen style too. Widgets can also be added to the lockscreen after the update.
If you are an HTC One owner who has installed the update, feel free to drop us a line with your experience in the comments section.
Alleged images and video footage of Apple’s much talked about budget iPhone made an appearance on the web. The images reveal a svelte-looking handset with a 4″ display, made of poly carbonate. Despite its plastic nature however, the budget iPhone is said to be impressively well put together.
From the front, the budget iPhone looks almost identical to the iPhone 5. But if you look closer, the front glass of the budget iPhone sticks out a little and the main differences are most obvious on the rear.
Curiously, the photos come courtesy of a well-known Chinese manufacturer of KIRF devices called Techdy, so we urge you to process them with a pinch of salt. Techdy already has on offer an Android booting copy of the device you see above, sporting a quad-core Snapdragon 600 SoC, priced at an eye-popping $199.
You can check out the full gallery of photos at the source link below.