PCMag Unveils its First iPhone App

The encyclopedia from PCMag will have 250000 definitions which can make its users the smartest being among their circle. This encyclopedia app provides you with fill of technical terms just in your pocket which keeps you very special among your friends or in a party. When your friends in a party ask you to play some game with tech names, you can bombard many tech names right from your iPhone. When someone asks you differences between those technical terms that seem very similar, you can even give many meanings to one single word from this app. You need not feel humiliated when your friends throw jokes at you using highly technical words or slapping or hi-fi words at you, u need get terrified if you have that pocket encyclopedia provided by PCMag.

This iPhone inaugural app which is the cellular version of the company’s renowned Tech Encyclopedia online, was launched by PCMag in partnership with the Company of Computer Language. This mobile version is really a user friendly app as all the 25000 terms can be viewed easily by browsing with the name and is in alphabetical format which is easy to use. Similar to Web Version, the mobile version also has extensive entries along with cross links available to related terms and the user can also expand the images to investigate.

This app is available for just 1.99 USD and this offer is available only for some time. It really very reasonable at this price as the user gets so much knowledge through this app. This app can be downloaded to the Apple’s iPod Touch, iPhone 3g and the iPhone mobiles from iTunes store.

This app features Mac, Windows, Linux, Web, Internet, Wireless networking, and Home theatre, Mobile, buzz words, Acronyms, hot topics, trends and many more. Every year you get free updates of definitions. This app doesn’t require any internet connection. The search for the words is very easy and lucid. There are about 3000 diagrams, photos and illustrations. The app also supports phonetic search. You can view the app in landscape or portrait mode too. While running the app after installation, it takes 25 sec on S 3G and about 95 sec on iTouch /3G while initialization.

The memory chips are clasped in a circuit board which is known as DIMM (Dual-In-Line Memory Module) and this is plugged in the DIMM slot available on motherboard.

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