Friday, September 3, 2010

Top 10 most downloaded game for iPhone

No 1. Plants vs. Zombies

Plants vs. Zombies is a tower defense video game developed and originally published by PopCap Games for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X systems. The game involves a homeowner using many varieties of plants to repel an army of zombies. The homeowner, along with a neighbor called Crazy Dave, must defend the homeowner's house during day or night, in the front yard and the backyard (which contains a swimming pool), and even on the roof.
No 2. PES 2010

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (officially abbreviated as PES 2010 and known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2010 in Japan) is the latest football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series. The game was developed and published by Konami for release on Sony's PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Portable; Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Windows; Nintendo's Wii; and mobile phones.

No 3. Street Fighter IV

Street Fighter IV is a 2008 fighting game produced by Capcom. It is the first numbered Street Fighter game released by Capcom for the arcades since 1999.

No 4. NBA Live 2010

NBA Live 10 is the 2009 installment in the NBA Live series, developed and published by Electronic Arts. Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic was selected to grace the cover of this year's edition of NBA Live.

No 5. Taiko: Drum Master

"Taiko: Drum Master" (English title), also known as "Taiko no Tatsujin" ("Taiko Master") is a drumming game for the Sony PlayStation 2 based on the popular Japanese arcade game. A drum simulating the taiko is played in time with music.

No 6. Need for Speed: Shift

Need for Speed: Shift is the 13th installment of the long-running racing video game franchise Need for Speed; published by Electronic Arts. It was announced in December 2008 as part of a three-game announcement that includes Need for Speed: Nitro and Need for Speed: World.[4] Shift was developed by Slightly Mad Studios in conjunction with EA Black Box and published for Electronic Arts.

No 7. Resident Evil: Afterlife

esident Evil 4, known in Japan as Biohazard 4, is a survival horror third-person shooter video game developed by Capcom Production Studio 4 and published by multiple publishers, including Capcom, Ubisoft, Nintendo Australia, Red Ant Enterprises and most recently in Australia, THQ Asia Pacific.

No 8. Command & Conquer: Red Alert

Command & Conquer: Red Alert is a real-time strategy computer game of the Command & Conquer franchise, produced by Westwood Studios and released by Virgin Interactive in 1996. The second game to bear the "C&C" title, Red Alert is the prequel to the original Command & Conquer of 1995,[2][3][4][5] and takes place in the early history of the alternate universe of Command & Conquer when Allied Forces battle an aggressive Soviet Union for control over the European mainland.

No 9. Asphalt five HD
Asphalt five HD for iPhone from Gameloft is really a game that won't take the speed limit into consideration. Exactly the opposite. Nitro bursting, auto demolishing street racing coupled with fantastic graphics and smooth controls is what makes this game a joy to engage in.

No 10. Angry Birds
Angry Birds is a puzzle video game developed by Rovio, a developer based in Helsinki, Finland. Since its release for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch devices, over 6.5 million copies of the game have been purchased, and versions have appeared for other touchscreen-based smartphones.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Free iphone gps tracking softwar-Instamapper

With InstaMapper, the object you track is a moving dot on a map. Positions are updated as often as every 5 seconds.

We will store up to 100,000 positions per device -- enough for several months of 24/7 tracking.

Stored data can be exported in KML and CSV formats and accessed programmatically via an API.

By default, your InstaMapper account is protected by a password. Should you choose to share your location with others, we offer several options:
- Send a link to a map with your location.
- Embed a map on a web page or blog.
- Embed a map with your current location in your Facebook profile.

Historical data can be organized into tracks, which can then be exported in a variety of formats and shared with others as embedded maps.

Your InstaMapper account can be accessed from most mobile phones. Point your phone's browser to While you are out of coverage, up to 100 positions can be buffered in phone's memory so that your track doesn't get interrupted. Will learn more here

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Using TrailGuru to track outdoor activities on iPhone

TrailGuru is a terrific program for those who get fit with iPhone, it lets you capture your next run, ride, walk, hike, biking trip, or any outdoor activity using your iPhone 3G’s integrated GPS. There are plenty of options for not just runners, which many of the other apps have unfortunately limited themselves too. Besides, you can actually upload all of your stats to a community site to share what you've accomplished and routes you've taken.

The main screen of the TrailGuru shows track of how far you've gone, how long you've been going, and your coordinates (latitude and longitude). All of these data seem to be very accurate as long as you're in an area where you have full cell phone service. Once you complete your trail all you need to do is name it and select how you conquered that trail.

It will exit you out into Safari to do so as well. When you're on your trail, if you receive a phone call or lose reception, the app basically falls apart and stops tracking the information accurately. Even on EDGE it does seem to struggle at doing it's task. So unless you're a big fan of taking a trail located around a 3G tower, you may not find this app too useful.

TrailGuru gives you a chance to differentiate what method of trailblazing you decided to use. This is great for keeping notes and of course reading through others in your area too, so that you can find the best possible trail in your area.

You have first to sign up with them and get your account, and then you are ready to go.

Many customers do not give a good review about TrailGuru, however, you may want to give it a try, or stick with your current tracking software.

The app can be download at

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Using Twitter to track your iPhone location

Since Apple released its iPhone Gps tracking app Find My iPhone, it's not being long for other free iphone tracking softwares to be introduced on the market. However we today get the message from tuaw that they have integrated another popular tool twitter into their new tracking software findme.

This new feature will allow your iPhone to send you the nearest cell phone tower ID to your iPhone, and it can show you its exact latitude and longitude on Google maps.

You can create an iPhone specific twitter account; your iphone will update this account with its location at specified intervals. And only those who you approve can see your updates. Of course you can use a public twitter account so that everyone can see it as well.

This way you would not worry about the bulk SMSs arrive to your cell phone, nor do you have to login to any cell phone tracking companies websites. You family only have to view your twitter updates to track your current locations.

The wholoe story can be found here.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

How to track a cell phone location

Step 1. Get a GPS enabled cell phone. In order to track a cell phone location, you need access to a GPS enabled cell phone. If you already have one, go to next step, otherwise you need to buy or borrow one.

Step 2. Get an account. Many companies out there are offering cell phone tracking service now, some are paid, and some are free. Whatever, every company would require you to sign up with them and get an account.

Step 3. Install the cell phone tracking software. After you get an account, you need to download the mobile tracking software. Usually you need to download clients for both your cell phone and computer. However that is not always the case, sometimes you just need to download a small app for your cell phone. After you load the tracking program, you need to install it. You need to follow the instructions enclosed with the program.

Step 4. Start tracking. When you have installed the tracking software, you can start to track your location. You can always log into the tracking companies website and view your tracks on GPS maps like Google Maps or even Google Earth.