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Google Releases Android TV Remote App For iPhone


After around two years of Android TV launch, Google has finally today released the much awaited Android TV Remote app for iOS. So, now just like Android users, the iPhone and iPad users can also control their Nexus Player or other Android TV running device with their Apple iPhone or tablet.

The iOS version of Android TV Remote app is same as the Android version. You can select the D-pad or touchpad to control the TV or you can even use voice commands or keyboard, right from your phone or tablet. Overall, the Android TV Remote app is very useful app. But please note that to make it work you will need to connect your phone to the same Wi-Fi network as your Android TV.

Those who are interested can now free download Android TV remote app for iOS from the Apple App Store.

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Brain Baazi is India’s Live Quiz Show Game like HQ

HQ Trivia aka HQ is currently one of the most popular Live Quiz Show game designed for mobile users. Unlike other quiz apps, which give you nothing for completing Quizzes, HQ gives you money as reward for answering set of questions. While originally, HQ was launched exclusively for iOS running iPhones, but it landed on Android too, a couple of months back.
Thanks to the launch of HQ for Android, the app gained more than 1 million active players. More than 1 million people turn in to answer questions and win the Jackpot prize, which keeps on changing.

Seeing it’s popularity, Times Internet, has launched its own Live Quiz Show, specifically designed for Indian users. The app is known as Brain Baazi, and is now available for download on Google Play. Though HQ app users might call Brain Baazi as copy of the original game, but it has some notable differences too. Like for example, unlike HQ, Brain Baazi is run by Indian, so the questions it ask is related to India.


The Live Show game bein…

The 7 Best Windows Apps

Whether you are a student or a working professional, there is a high likelihood that you are using a Windows PC and if not, you have used one in the past. The popularity of Windows stems from its ease of use and the affordability.

To enhance its ease of use, the developers at Microsoft are introducing endless possibilities that make the use of the Windows devices seamless. As a public relations Toronto professional, some of the tools you should start using are highlighted below.
Rufus This is a lightweight utility which simplifies the creation of bootable USB flash drives. With DVD drives and Blu Ray players now things of the past, getting Rufus in your life is invaluable.

With Rufus, you can create a reusable drive of some sort. It is useful when you want to keep a fresh copy of Windows 10 ISO on to a flash drive for easy reinstallation. You could also use Rufus to create an ISO file of a working Windows 10 installation, just as a handy backup. You will appreciate

Rufus a lot when y…

Rounded Corners On Android Smartphones Are Getting HOT

Google recently launched its highly anticipated Google Pixel 2 smartphone and it is already winning hearts all over the world. Except some negotiable disadavatanges (apart from high price), Pixels 2 is currently one of the smartest and most perfect Android smartphones you could buy right now.
In a brief
The new Pixel 2 smartphone comes with 5.0 — inch and 6.0 -inch display options. Packed with 12.2MP rear camera and 8MP front facing camera. And obviously running the latest version of Android operating system. I don’t want to bore you with specs, as at this price, you could expect that you will be getting high end hardware in this phone. So, let’s skip that part and move directly to the new feature which everyone has noticed but only a few cared about. I am talking about the rounded corners. No, not the design, the UI rounded corners. (Look at the below image)


I haven’t used the Pixel 2 smartphone yet, so I don’t know if they have some use, like in Samsung smartphone, or they are just…