• Review: RingID Sets a New Benchmark in Low Bandwidth Voice and Video Calling
    With WhatsApp leading the pack, the app market seems to be spinning out messaging apps on a daily basis and while some of these do stand out with their unique features, most others fail to impress. RingID is yet another app that wants to bring people closer but it seems to be derive its inspiration from a completely different ideology. I have been using the app extensively for the last few weeks and it has fared impressively.

    While the RingID boasts of quite a lot of new features, the deal maker for me was the ability to place voice and video calls over a congested sluggish network and also low speed connectivity. The app comes with a menu head that would allow you to navigate between Home, dial pad, contacts, call history and messages.   Read More
  • The last social network you'll ever need to join?
    The pain of using multiple communication and social networking apps is real. Some of my friends prefer Facebook, whilst others choose Twitter. WhatsApp is a must because the whole world appears to be on it. Unfortunately, the list doesn’t end there; I also have Line and Skype for work needs and Snapchat for the fun live events I can follow. Oh, and let’s not forget LinkedIn (although I think the app is crappy).

    The possibility of having just one app which has all these nifty features seems utopian and far-fetched. Of course, the benefits are enormous – lower battery consumption, more storage space, and less multitasking. But each popular social app has its own endearing quality– Line has its stickers, Facebook its news feed, and WhatsApp its simplicity and ubiquity, which is why we’re not exactly seething with rage at the clutter on our smartphones.   Read More