Saturday, July 21, 2012

Social networking is often used to record
events that have already happened, or things
that are currently taking place. Facebook lets
you share your thoughts, ideas and photos with your friends, while Foursquare can be used to build up a record of the places you have visited.

Google Schemer is a little different as it
enables you to plan for the future. This
does not mean building up a to-do list of chores you need to complete, but compiling
a list of things you would like to do – fun activities, dream, adventures and more.

What’s It For?
Schemer can be used in a couple of ways. The
first option is to build up a list of things you
would like to do at some point in the future –
you could think of it as a bucket list on your
Android. Alternatively, you can use Schemer to
discover things to do based on where you
currently are. Add to this the ability to share
your lists with friends and family, and it’s
easy to see how Schemer is not only an
interesting tool but also a very useful one.

More Info is Here :
Google Schemer Is an Inspirational Way to Find Things to Do | Android.AppStorm
From sprucing up its production to launching it in space, Raspberry Pi is grabbing
headlines everywhere.

We reported yesterday that Raspberry Pi
has launched its operation system, Raspbian and now there is another browser for the credit card sized computer. Hexxeh, the developer of Chromium announced the beta version of the Chromium browser for Raspberry Pi. A post on reads: “Chromium binaries are now available
for you to download and try out.

These will ONLY work on Raspbian images,
if you're running Squeeze or anything that isn't hardfp, don't even think about it. Whilst it's not required, using the 224MB memory split, overclocking your Pi and using a fast USB stick or SD card for your root file system will improve your browsing experience. I've had the blog frontpage load in as little as 5 seconds by combining all three of these.”

Raspberry Pi is available for pre-order for
Indian users through the Element14 website at
a price of Rs 2350. The pre-order was opened
in March, which has gained huge response.
Infact, as soon as the pre-order was opened,
the company was reportedly selling 700 units
per second.

Read More Here :
Now Chromium Browser Beta For Raspberry Pi

Friday, July 20, 2012

App Review : A Complete Review of the Google Analytics Android App

Google recently launched the Google Analy-tics mobile app for Android users on June 29, 2012. Being an Internet marketing professional, I was pretty curious about
what the app had to offer.

In this post, I have tried to provide a
preliminary review of the app and the various
traffic reports that it offers. For the sake of
this app review, I have divided Analytics users into three categories based on the frequency of use and the level of user expertise.

The first one is the power user who eats,
drinks, and sleeps the process of churning out
Analytics reports, similar to the geeky folks in my office who stare at mounds of numbers and graphs on their screens and smile
intermittently. The second one is the medium
level user who looks at it frequently and tries to derive some insight from the traffic data while working on minor, but regular,
improvements to his website. The third one is
the least indulgent user. He is probably a
company owner who looks at Analytics from a
bird’s eye view, just to get a feel for how
well his website is doing from a traffic and
conversions perspective.

Given its current functionality, this app is
geared towards the third kind of user who
would just flip out his phone, check the current traffic, make a decision about whether it’s good or bad, and then get his boys to work on it to ensure the campaign is on the right track.

Monitoring website traffic on-the-go was a
tedious exercise previously. If you are a person
who lives and works in a non-3G, mobile
network area, checking Google Analytics was an
arduous exercise. It used to take forever for
the reports to load, and you can’t really
fault Google for that. It takes a lot of backend
processing to create the well-formatted
graphs that we are used to seeing on the
desktop UI.
With the introduction of this app, things will be
a lot easier since a major part of the

Read More :
A Complete Review of the Google Analytics Android App | Search Engine Journal