Xender, a file transfer and sharing application, has announced the launch of its new version – with comprehensive functions and better user experience. Xender attempts to retain its lead as the world’s fastest, most convenient mobile sharing tool that is available free of cost. Xender offers seamless transmission between Android, iOS enabled devices, Windows Mobile, Windows PC and Apple MAC system. Xender, launched sometime in 2013, boasts a current global cumulative user of over 330 million. Of the lot, India shares a staggering 110 million user base, a whopping 33% for a global platform coming from a single country. Xender however, hopes to peg their user base at over 800 million over the next three years.
Come vacation, long weekends or festivals, the first thing that comes to mind for the people planning travel is train tickets. Booking a ticket during these days is a mental, emotional and physical challenge for many but unlike private operators for buses, we are dependent on government operated trains. Tickets booking open as early as 120 days and reservations for available seats gets completed so fast that short term planners find it almost next to impossible to travel by train. Though buses are an option, travelling with elderly people and women on a longer journey is not preferred by many. Tatkal is another option but here too, it is for the jiffy expert users to find tickets using this process. This has led to a development of a fantastico high utility travel app called ConfirmTkt which predicts chances of confirmation for wait listed tickets using historical data. It also suggests alternates like break journeys to help book confirmed railway tickets.
Smartphone is a pretty sleek gadget that outsmarts me every time. With all the world knowledge in its pocket, it advises on when should I get up, what should I eat, when is my next appointment, who is communicating with me and what, my social reach, and also takes care of my shopping needs. Wow! Not yet! I have missed out a lot more that makes my life complete, what is wrong in calling my gadget my companion of life? And I just cannot miss it even for a moment. It is always in my hand or around my neck and every odd place it can be when I am busy using both my hands. No way! I will never leave it alone. It needs no personal space and neither do I. My privacy is centered on me and my smartphone, in short, ‘Me’ is ‘me and my smartphone’. Now a twist to this story, we have a villain who is so serious in breaking our ever lasting relationship, my daughter.