The objective is simple. Build a Golden Frame. The way to do it, is just as easy: Answer a series of math questions. Each correct answer will sculpt the frame one step further towards finish. Step? Well, you start with a blank frame, and you have to build each of the four arms to get a Golden Frame. That's all? Well, just a little bit more: Each arm has to turn Bronze and Silver before becoming Golden. A correct answer will turn the blank arm into Bronze and next correct answer will turn Bronze into Silver and so on. Once you have made an arm Golden, you move on to the next arm. Turn all four arms into Gold to have the Golden Frame. That is all.
What's the catch? Ah, there is always one, isn't? A wrong answer sets you one step back. For example, if you have a Silver arm, it will turn into Bronze. There are no other hidden traps or passive aggressive gestures. Well, there are three difficulty levels you can choose the game to be, but since you get to make that choice, it's not our fault.
You get to shape your own destiny. Use your intellect to build and experience success step by step or recover from that lapse of concentration. Your mind, Your game, Your Golden Frame.
Seithigal is an app that displays news articles from several Tamil news papers in one place. With the newest update, you can even listen to Tamil News from BBC(Tamil Osai). Enjoy your news as you can browse through several subsections for each newspaper(Politics, Sports, Editorial etc). It is designed in conformance with latest Android User Interface guidelines and sports a sleek, simple but elegant user interface. You can check seven newspapers and their subsections, read full articles, share any interesting ones to your friends or social networks from within the app.
Seithigal utilizes Unicode to display Tamil alphabets. Most modern phones support this standard, as a quick check if your phone displays the following word in Tamil (seithigal) then your phone supports Unicode:
The app is written to be fast and efficient and uses less data compared to using a browser. At launch, it supports seven (7) news papers and a Radio:
>Dinamani - தினமணி
>Dinamalar - தினமலர்
>Dinakaran - தினகரன்
>Maalai Malar - மாலை மலர்
>The Hindu (Tamil Edition) - தி இந்து
>Dina Thanthi - தினத்தந்தி
>Tamil Murasu - தமிழ் முரசு
>BBC Tamil Osai
Seithigal uses one of the latest UI conventions, Navigation Drawer to organize and present information. Just swipe from the left of your screen or press the app icon in the top left corner to display the list of newspapers. Swipe from the right of your screen to display the subsections for the active newspaper. Seithigal opens with a handy summary of news articles from an assorted list of news sources at launch, you can select your favourite newspapers and read the content exclusive to it. Just select a news item to read the full article, and press back to get back to the list of news items.
I hope you enjoy Seithigal. Please leave your comments on the ratings page or for any questions and queries, e-mail me at the address below. :)
If you have any suggestions or comments please let us know via the comments or by the email. This is an actively developed app and we will try to incorporate as many changes as possible in the subsequent updates :-)
★ Browse different sections of a news source(Politics, Sports, Business etc.)
★ Fast and responsive, even on 2G networks
★ Uses less data
★ Supports offline reading
★ Simple, intuitive experience. Just swipe from left to view the list of news sources and from right to view the sections.
Please note, this app uses Unicode to display different Indian languages. Most if not all phones sold in the past few years include Unicode. In case if it isn't available, you can only browse through English news. This is a technical limitation and beyond our control. Thanks for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Why Paper Round:
>>Brings you the news from several UK newspapers including their relevant sections in one place saving you time and effort.
>>Reduces the need for having several news paper apps or having a bloated feeds list in your feed reader by being a one-stop destination for a comprehensive collection of news stories
>>Fast and a very light footprint
>>Pleasing design and responsive UI
>>Browse different newspapers, read full articles and share without leaving the app
>> Sync news for offline reading
>>Add your own feeds
Paper Round brings you the news from several UK newspapers in one place(or round, if we are still being quirky). It brings you the news from several different newspapers in the UK including additional sections of available news sources(Politics, World, Sports etc). You can rely on Paper Round to catch a glimpse of stories from different news sources, browse different sections of a news source, read full articles, share them, all in one place and have apps only for sources that you need a even more deeper integration.
Using Paper Round is simple and intuitive. Just swipe from the left of your screen to display the list of newspapers and swipe from the right side of your screen to browse through any additional sections offered by that news source. Paper Route presents you a headline and a short summary, just tap on a news story to read the full article. That is all there is to it.
Please let me know what changes you would like to see or content you would like to be included via the comments or e-mail. Thank you.
Suvadi is an app that allows you to read Tamil literary works and their English translations side by side. Unlike many other apps, Suvadi supports several books in one single app. It is designed to be fast,lightweight, needs no permissions and conforms to latest Android visual guidelines. Suvadi is completely free to use and has no advertisements. So nothing interrupts you, Tamil and reading :-)
List of books available(Version 1.0.8):
Kandhar Shasti Kavasam
Bharathiyar Padalgal (Patriotic Songs)
Madurai Meenakshiammai Irattaimani Maalai
Nalayira Thivya Prapantham
If you would like a work added, please let me know via the comments or contact me through the support e-mail.
Important: Suvadi uses Unicode to display Tamil characters. Most new phones already support Unicode. As a simple check, if you can see Tamil word shown here:
Your phone supports Unicode and Suvadi should work without any issues.
If it doesn't I am sorry, Unicode is essential with the way Suvadi is programmed.