March 21, 2012
Catalogue, the shopping catalog application by TheFind, lands this year’s Appy Awards in the retail domain. This triumphant achievement reflects the quality of an application that was built and tested rigorously. Having contributed significantly to ensure a premium quality product, QBurst’s Independent Validation and Testing team is happy to share this moment of glory with the rest of TheFind team.
March 20, 2012“It Happened Here” (IHH) was featured on the March 19th episode of Today’s Travel Show. The IHH app, which shot to #1 in the iTunes Travel category for paid apps is a fascinating one, especially for those who love to travel. It reveals to users stories and secrets associated with a city, as they travel. Using GPS, the app detects the user’s current location and highlights intriguing events that have happened in past in the locality. Users can view photos and also read about these events. For those who want to know more, the app provides links to websites that have related information. Read More...
March 7, 2012
QBurstians, Rejah Rehim and Sreenath Sasikumar are out to make life easier for fellow developers. They have created DevSearch - a simple search solution, especially for web developers.
DevSearch is a Mozilla addon that works on FireFox versions 4 and above. It has been built specifically to help find answers to developer queries on numerous programming technologies and frameworks. The tool provides search results from popular websites such as Google, stackoverflow and Google Groups as well as reference manuals and code snippets. DevSearch has been configured to return hundred Google search results as compared to the ten in a normal Google search. The technology search on DevSearch covers 39 different technologies and 195 frameworks.Read More...
March 6, 2012QBurst launches a revolutionary companion for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 users, who are more inclined towards health frontiers. In collaboration with our client, a medical research and development unit in Singapore, we bring you
"Breathe Plotter": a mobile application aimed at analyzing breathing patterns of the user."To use the app, user needs to sit on a cushion-like microcontroller unit (MCU), which can be fitted into a chair, and hold the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Read More...