Google is trying to go head-to-head with Facebook with their latest project, Google+. Just like Facebook has the option to download or backup all your profile data on your computer, Google+ also allows you to quite Google+ anytime with the addition of downloading all your Google+ profile and Google account data with Google Takeout.
Google Takeout allows you to download a copy of your data stored within Google products.
Google+ invites by email are currently not available to everyone except those who work at Google, but there is a small tip that could still make it possible for you to send invitations to your friends, family, co-workers etc.
Thanks to Badar Khushnood for sharing the tip, we can still invite everyone to join Google+. Read after the jump to know how to still send invitations even when not available by email.
Google+ Android app was released yesterday when Google first took the wraps off Google+. The app is available to some countries only and for most of us living in the ‘other’ countries where the Google+ Android app is not available in the Android Market – I have shared the direct APK file for your Android phone below!
Google yesterday announced Google+, their another attempt to take on the social networking world which is an invite-based stage currently and the Google+ project is not open to all.
I have got my hands on an invitations today morning and now would love to share it will all my readers who still haven’t got one.
One way to install apps on an Android phone is through the Android Market, but what if you have an APK file and want to install that manually? Android allows you to install third-party apps on your phone, but with a little option that you have to check in Settings.
This is a very basic Android tip, but after going through various Android forums and discussions boards, I found out that many new Android users have no idea of these small tips and trick which, according to us, are a must-do steps after a new or a full reset of an Android phone. I have decided to share basic tips/tricks as well. Now, coming back to the topic.
HTC Flyer – the first tablet from HTC. We got our hands on of these and I must say, it is one solid device. It is a 7-inch Android tablet that has a layer of HTC Sense on it and below that you find Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The size may not be perfect, but it is still better than what we found on the Dell Streak, a 5-inch display. We did a quick hands-on with the tablet and looked around what it has in store for us.
.Firefox 7.0 Alpha 1 (nightly build) is now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux. You can download the latest build as the Mozilla team works on it and regularly updates the nightly build daily. Firefox 5.0 was also just released yesterday for download.
Those of you trying to use Firefox 7.0a1 will be facing an issue that none of your Firefox addons would be working in this browser due to compatibility issues and you will have to hack your way through so that Firefox 7.0 doesn’t check for extension updates and disables them.
The first ‘nightly’ alpha build of Firefox 7.0 is now already available for download. It is regularly updated with new changes and updates as the Mozilla team works on it.
However, you will not be able to use your Firefox add0ns and extensions due to compatibility issues and you will have to hack your way through so that Firefox 7.0 doesn’t check for extension updates and disables them. We’ll do a step-by-step tutorial on that later on.
Firefox 5 is now available for download. We talked about the rapid fast development channel of Firefox, knows as Firefox Aurora – which now looks into action as the Firefox 5.0 is now already available for download after five weeks of testing on the Aurora channel and then another few weeks in five beta releases.
Looks like, soon after this we are about to see the Firefox 6 to hop on the Aurora channel and be ready for the final release soon. The first ‘nightly’ builds of Firefox 6 are already available for download since April.