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Sunday, 30 October 2016


True Balance, (beta) gives you one touch solution to manage your prepaid mobile balances. Not only checking balances, but it also
supports recharge;

Invite friends, earn points and buy new packs!
This app has launched a very trusted “Refer & Earn” program where both you and your friend get Rs 20 on signing up with referral code and then you can also earn upto Rs 10,000 recharge by referring friends and getting Rs 20 per each. Isn’t that amazing ? Hurry up and grab this cool offer now 🙂

The best thing about this app is that you can instantly get Rs 10 recharge without even inviting friends. However it is valid for prepaid numbers only not postpaid !!
Not only this, you can also earn extra bucks on downloading new apps via True balance !!

Update- As Dhanteras Special, True Balance is offering Rs 20 per invites. Download now !!

Steps To Follow :
1. Download True Balance & Get Rs.20 SignUp Bonus from Here.
2. Open The True Balance Android App and If It Ask Enter The Below True Balance Referral CodeTo Get Rs.20 Mobile Recharge.Use The True Balance

Invitation Link -

Once you download, open it and Turn ON True Balance to show your balance and data usage.

4. Now register your account and mobile number& password.
5. Finally let it verify your number & after successful verification, you will get Rs.20 in your True Balance wallet.

Now you can recharge using your Rs.20 SignUp bonus or refer more friends to grab more free recharge.* Per referral you will get Rs.20, your friend will also get Rs.20 once they sign up using your referral link.

So refer more friends & earn more free recharge from True Balance App.

True balance app is really simple and easy to use app. You will get free recharge on the go just by referring your friends. The only drawback is that you can only recharge your registered mobile number. This app lacks the power to recharge any number. So choose your registered number wisely. We had recharge serveral times using true balance app and it works always smoothly.

How to earn more by downloading New apps ?
Yay !! Now, you can earn extra money just on downloading various apps offered by True Balance. Lets start the journey !
1 . Open the app and Go to your Referral Earning Section >> Click on “Earn” >> Offers
2 . There you will see various offers on different apps, Just go through it and earn more bucks !!

Thank you for reading this post, stay tuned

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Google’s new wallpaper app brings beautiful backgrounds to your Android device

Wallpaper collections are a dime a dozen on Google Play, but the big G thinks it can do better with its new Android app.

Wallpapers brings a ton of backgrounds to pretty up your device, sorted into categories like Landscapes, Cityscapes, Life, Textures and Earth. The app pulls in imagery from Google Earth and partners like 500px, and so far, the collection looks good. You’ll find loads of striking photos to suit your home screen setup, and it looks like Google has carefully curated pictures that work well with portrait orientation.
In addition to rifling through each section and picking one out, you can also set a live wallpaper that changes up your background once a day with images from any of the above categories.

The app also lets you look through live and still wallpapers already stored on your device. If you’re running Android 7.0 or newer, you can set different images for your home screen and lock screen.

Personally, I enjoy the quirky and colorful original designs offered up by Backdrops, but this is great for when you want photographic backgrounds. You can grab the free app now from Google Play.

Google Play on Wallpapers

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Programming Language & Code used to develop Facebook, Google, Windows, Apple’s OS, Linux & others

Top software and the programming language in which they are written

We always hear that this programming language is good or that is better. We get the most popular programming languages list from a variety of sources like Stack Exchange, TIOBE, Github, etc. But do you know which programming languages are actually used in writing popular software like Google’s Chrome or Microsoft’s Office (Excel, Word and Powerpoint)?

Contrary to popular  perception, most popular software are forks of different coding languages which means that the tech companies use different programming languages to make the software. However, some software also use a single coding language. Here are some popular software and their programming languages.

Google Search :

BackRub (Google’s first incarnation) was written in Java and Python. Now, Google’s front end is written in C and C++ and its famous crawlers (Spyders) were written in Python. However, the  crawler kept crashing, and indexes got stale with old information, therefore Google developed a new crawler (capable of incremental index updates) written in C++.

Google Chrome :

Google Chrome is written in C++, Assembly and Python


All Adobe products (Photoshop, Acrobat, Illustrator, etc) are written in C/C++ and embed Javascript (Adobe calls their implementation ActionScript), and then the UI etc. are written in Javascript.


Microsoft products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) are written in C/C++, embed a VB engine and the UI etc. are written in VB. Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is written in C++ while its kernel is written in C.


Apple’s Mac OS X is written in Objective C while its kernel is also written in C. The IO PnP subsystem in Mac OS X uses Embedded C++.


Most of the Linux is written in C programming language. Most Apps are  written in Python, KDE is all C++.  All Linux kernels use Assembly code as well.


The first release of AutoCAD is purely written in C and some parts in Assembly. The current version however, is written fully in C++. The popular AutoCAD wrappers are written in AutoLISP, Visual LISP, VBA,  Dot NET and JavaScript.


YouTube was initially written in PHP, but they switched to Python very early in their history. They stuck with Python all the way until they were acquired by Google.


Most of the popular blue UI front end that we see today on Facebook  is written in PHP, Much of it is written using XHP, and the runtime is HipHop for PHP. Facebook also uses a lot of JavaScript and Erlang.


The world’s most popular cloud storage App uses Python as its main programming language.


The creators of Quora, who used to work for Facebook, chose Python because it’s expressive and quick to write. LiveNode, one of the internal systems that manages the display of content on the web page, is partly written in Python.


Reddit one of the biggest communities of the web and its registered users, people like you, provide the content. Originally written in Common Lisp, it was rewritten in Python in 2005 to gain greater development flexibility and access to Python’s plethora of code libraries.

We will continue to update the Software and their programming langauges.

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