pokemonGO – Launched in 26 countries – Asia still waits for launch.

In an official tweet of Niantic Inc. , pokemonGO trainers of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Switzerland are officially allowed to download the app for both Ios & Android.

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Pokemon Go : Bangladesh still waits for official launch – Asia Update

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Pokemon trainers in Jakarta, apparently have started their journey on catching some Pokemon. Indonesian Pokemon trainers were the first ones to start off Pokemon Go in Asia. Bangladesh, India , Pakistan and other Asian countries still wait for the servers to be up and running this week. Continue reading Pokemon Go : Bangladesh still waits for official launch – Asia Update

SMARTPHONE BATTERY : CHEAT SHEET #STAYMOBILE

Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung and other global brands have come up with smartphones equipped with powerful mobile operating systems such as Google’s Android, Nokia’s Symbian, Apple’s iOS, etc, that allows users to play games, listen to songs, snap pictures, have access to the Net and even stream videos. Continue reading SMARTPHONE BATTERY : CHEAT SHEET #STAYMOBILE

Nokia N9 – Bengali Fonts

Nokia has done a good job supporting Bengali fonts into mobile phones , compared to other major Mobile brands in Bangladesh’s enormous cell phone market. With the N9 , bangla experience is a joy.

With full bangla character support on web pages, reading sites like prothom-alo  and other bangla based fonts are pretty good. Bangla support on RSS feeds and in applications  are flawless.

      

Bengali Numbers are also availble as the Clock on the upper status bar of the N9 interface , even on the lockscreen’s standby clock, which is pretty neat and would make many people exclaim some “wows!” none the less . Calendar looks neat thanks to the sharp numbers.

     

The fun doesnot end here, the calculator application is simply amazing thanks to the bengali fonts. Works perfect with the fonts and a smooth interface makes it the first bengali calculator on a mobile device. Hats off on that to Nokia , especially Meego OS for supporting the beautiful crisp Bengali Fonts.

    

Meego OS being open source , chances remain open for possible Bangladeshi developers to implement a true bangla user interface on the N9’s brilliant Swipe UI and great Qt based applications for the N9. It would really be welcome if the Meego team at Nokia would come up with improving bangla language support in the main UI for Bangladesh.