MakeMyTrip MobileApp for BlackBerry !

A very great Good news for Travelers is , now they can book their flight tickets from their Blackberry Mobile. One of the leading travel ticket booking website MakeMyTrip announces that it realesed a MobileApp for BlackBerry mobile phones.

This MobileApp features to book travel tickets by using BlackBerry Mobile. If you are preferred to book your regular flights through this BlackBerry MobileApp. It also remembers your preferences in your BlackBerry mobile.You can also cancel your scheduled flight tickets through your BlackBerry mobile. MakeMyTrip announces that all the transactions are safe, security guaranteed. It also remembers you of the booked flight tickets by using your BalckBerry Calendar on the date or before the date also based on your reminding preferences.

This MakeMyTrip MobileApp also has A special feature, by using GPS it also helps you to find the nearest restaurants also!.

P.S: The payment method is through VISA, MasterCard only. Not for AmericanExpress card holders.

Note: Download this MobileApp from MakeMytrip website link

Or you can also find in BlackBerry AppWorld .

May be in the nearest feature it may also release this useful travelers application for iOS, Android phones also.

Happy BlackBerry journey!!

Mobile-mSpot for Android- Free mSpot software downloads for Android.

mSpot is the service that allows users to upload their own melody and then stream it to their computers and mobile phones. mSpot offers a music cloud service that lets you upload up to 2GB of music for free of charge and admittance it from any Wi-Fi-capable PC / mobile phone or Android gadget.

The mSpot app edge is clear-cut, with four tabs facing the apex of the display: one all for playlist, album, artist, and songs. In accumulation to any playlists you have saved on the mSpot Web server, the first tab also includes a Quick List that you can add to on the fly. The other tabs are self-explanatory, but it's worth mentioning that there's a handy "shuffle all" task at the apex of the song catalog.

MSpot's playback display is also pretty typical and clear-cut. Album art sits dead center and can be exaggerated to fill up more than half the display with a single hit. However, this will hide further functionality, such as shuffle and repeat options and the playback timer (a quick tap will shrink the art right back down, though). The currently playing track name is in large font at the top of the display with smaller artist and album info written under it. reins for playing/pausing music and shuttling through tracks line the base of the screen and are very quick to respond on the Android.

The application got few neat updates, including voice-activated playback via song/artist/album search for Android, ability to stream songs without actually storing them locally (for conserving space on SD cards) and support for USB side loading music files directly from your computer to the phone.

The 2GB of storage remains free but there’s also a new plan, offering up to 40GB of storage for $3.99 a month.

As a final point, in accumulation to Android, mSpot facility on various other platforms, iOS-based devices included.

P.S: For use of mSpot first you have to download the Uploader for widows or Mac. Once creating an account and grabbing the mSpot uploader application, you can upload precise music folders commencing the Finder or your complete iTunes library to mSpot’s servers .

Key in Proxy settings for access point in NOKIA S40 v2 v3

Key in Proxy settings for access point in NOKIA S40 v2 v3

As we all know, Nokia doesn't allow one to specify a proxy for an Access Point in Series 40 v2 and v3 phones (6131, 6133, 3110c , ) etc.

In its recent versions of the Series40 OS (v2 & v3), Nokia has removed the ability to specify a proxy server associated with an access point. Therefore, those with WAP network plans (such as TMobileWeb users, Airtel NOP users) are unable to use JAVA programs that require internet access (such as Opera Mini, Google Maps, , ).

However, Nokia does allow users to create a provisioning document on their computer. This document, created in wbxml, specifies an access point along with a proxy. The S40 phone recognizes the configuration settings in the document and allows the JAVA midlet to use those instead, thereby allowing the midlet to access the proxy. Its very simple to implement.

The files included in the zip provide some sample xml documents, and the associated provisioning (.prov) files.
Click here to download Nokia S40 proxy settings for JAVA applications ZIP file

figure it out yourself, genius.
NokiaJAVAProxy.wml: The wml file that you can edit if you need/want different proxy settings.
NokiaJAVAProxy.prov: The actual binary wbxml provisioning file that should be sent to your phone (via bluetooth or usb). This can NOT be manually edited.

1: Push the "NokiaJAVAProxy.prov" file to your phone using Bluetooth. send the file via "Send File, " option only do not copy paste to your phone ("object push", not file transfer). If your are unable to do it, just transfer it to any bluetooth supported phone and send that file via bluetooth to your phone.

2: The phone will recognize the configuration settings, and will prompt you to save them. Don't worry if it says "no supported applications".

3: Go to Settings->Configuration->Default Config. Settings, and change the default config to [the name of the configuration we just loaded].

That's it! JAVA midlets like Opera Mini, Google Maps, MGMaps, etc, should work now.

Detailed README file is inside the zip file.


iStethoscope turns your iPhone into a stethoscope, allowing you to listen to your heatbeat and see your heart waveform, or listen to other quiet sounds around you. If you prefer to have no adverts and want the spectrogram option, try the professional version of the app: iStethoscope Pro.

Developed in collaboration with cardiologist researchers. For best results:

- Use good quality headphones (heart sounds are often too deep to hear using the white earphones).

- Press the microphone in the bottom of an iphone 3G, iphone 3G(S) or iphone 4 to your chest. A good place is the apex of your heart (below your left nipple).

- Place the microphone directly against the skin, not through a shirt.

- Take the iphone out of its protective case if you use one.

With practise you should be able to find a wonderful clear sound. Shake the iphone to hear the last 8 seconds and see a phonocardiograph display and a spectrogram. Press the little envelope and you can email the audio and the spectrogram image to anyone you like! Go to Settings and modify every major setting, including sample rate, audio delay, audio filters and accelerometer update frequency.

WARNING! It takes physicians years to learn how to use stethoscopes correctly and the iphone microphone is smaller than a conventional stethoscope diaphragm. You cannot place the microphone randomly and expect to hear your heart - you must place it very accurately. To hear your heart you must learn where to listen!

Six modes of operation:

• Mute

• Heartbeat pure (uses a clean low-pass filter to help 3G iphones work better, and to provide better clarity of sound).

• Heartbeat filtered (uses filters to enable you to hear your heartbeat clearly)

• Conversation (uses filters to make voices clearer and other sounds quieter)

• Clear Sound (minimal filtering to allow you to hear all quiet sounds)

• Accelerometer (maps G forces to audio to allow you to hear subsonic vibration.)


• Shake-activated phonocardiograph! (Give the iphone a shake and listen to the last 8 seconds while watching the phonocardiograph display.)

• Email the audio. (On the phonocardiograph display screen, press the envelope in the corner and email your data. It's also a handy way to store your data locally in a folder of the Mail App.)