Monday, September 16, 2013

Privacy policy

We do not collect, process or distribute any kind of user-identifiable data. The app Zip Code Search uses Google Admob service for advertisement and Google Analytics for app analytics. These services collect anoymized usage data. For any questions regarding the privacy policy, please send an email to jgeorge.feedback@gmail.com.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Search Plus for Android released!

Search using third party search engines, search for files, do mathematical calculations and uninstall applications directly from the quick search box on your android phone!!! Bing, Yahoo etc. already included!

Type in any search query and search using any of the search engines included, you can add your own by selecting the appropriate option from the application menu!

Type in .jpg(or .png, .pdf etc.) to find all jpg(png, pdf) files!

Type in the first few letters of a file name to search for files, with names beginning with those letters!

Type in mathematical expression (5*6, 2+(3/4), sin 90 * ln 2 etc.) and get the answer instantly!

Watch this video to see Search Plus in action:


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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Android SDK 1.6 Quick Search in action

Donut version of the Android SDK with Quick Search

worldTime running on the new SDK

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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

worldTime for Android

worldTime is an easy yet powerful tool, which shows you the current time at any location in the world. You can either double tap on the map, or search for a location by name.


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Sunday, August 23, 2009

newsSurfer for Android released!

newsSurfer, a geoRSS reader, shows news and other RSS feeds on the map, based on their location. It's free, download now from the Android market...

Here's a pic of newsSurfer in action:

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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Postal code search now available in Android market!!!

My newest Android app Postal code search is available in the Android market for free. A few screen shots:

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Friday, July 17, 2009

Chandrayaan's Star Sensor Fails!!!

According to ISRO chief Madhavan Nair, Chandryaan's star sensor failed a month ago. Now the scientists are relying on the onboard gyroscopes and ground antenna to navigate the satellite. When ISRO suddenly posted a press release in their website in May, there were speculations of something gone wrong with the mission. Now, we know the reason. It'll be interesting to see, for how long they can navigate the satellite like this, and how much more data it can collect. Good luck Chandrayaan!

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Indian troops lead Bastille day parade

In a historic first, a contingent of India's armed forces lead this year's Bastille day parade in Paris. Jai Jawan and Vive La france!!!

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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

YouTube is down in Germany!

This is the first time, I'm experiencing a complete outage of YouTube....

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Indian Premier League Gadget

Keep track of IPL news, live score and current points using my new Indian Premier League gadget!

Copy and paste the following code to your site/blog to embed this gadget!

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