On the 17th Feb 2011, biNu’s app downloads on GetJar sailed past the 4 million mark! The last few days have seen downloads of almost 40,000 per day. Our best performing app is the Wordnik Dictionary which has achieved just under 700,000 downloads to-date. Thanks to all our loyal users out there who continue to [...]
Posted by tim.wightman, February 15th, 2011
The biNu team is pleased to announce the release of the Android client which can be used to access all biNu content on any Android handset. Several biNu apps can be found on the Android Market or directly via our mobile website: http://m.binu.com/a We look forward to welcoming all our new Android users!
Posted by joe.lipson, February 14th, 2011
Tim found this baby Eastern Water Dragon wandering about outside the office door. Cute little guy. Sometimes we see the big ones lounging on the warm asphalt in the carpark.
Posted by joe.lipson, February 9th, 2011
For those who are learning English or if like me you are constantly looking up spelling you are going to love the latest update to the Wordnik English Dictionary app. If the word you’re searching for can’t be found then a spelling suggestion is offered. Some of the spelling suggestions made in the past day [...]
Posted by tim.wightman, February 8th, 2011
The biNu client application has been upgraded to allow the user to navigate between links on a page using the scroll keys – up, down, left and right. On touch screen devices, navigation can also be controlled by touching within marked areas drawn around all the links on the page. Shortcut navigation via the numberpad [...]
Posted by tim.wightman, February 7th, 2011
biNu has added several new RSS feeds to it’s News and Blogs section. A lot of these are local news sources in regional Indian languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujurati, Bengali and Urdu. We have also added some local news feeds from the Middle East region, with a couple from Egypt. Head [...]
Posted by tim.wightman, February 3rd, 2011
Regardless of region, religion or language, the population of the world shares a common thirst for communication and knowledge, and that thirst is increasingly slaked by mobile phones. At least two billion mobiles already populate the planet, or one for every third person… http://www.mybusiness.com.au/articles/Export/Phoning-up-growth