Circulets: the game for families, friends and parties(Android and iOS)

Circulets is the newest two-player game from India-based Hashstash Studios. The game is now available for both iOS and Android. Circulets is a game that pits two players against each other on the same device on a fun trip to collect as many tiny colored circles – circulets, as the other player will let you. You have to work your way against the other player and ensure that you end up on the top.

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Twitter Releases Video-Sharing App Vine

Twitter released a new application video sharing for quick video sharing, Twitter on Thursday officially launched this  mobile service called “Vine”, Vine lets users easily capture and share short looping videos with a few swipes of your finger on a smartphone. “Vine” was a purchase rather than something homegrown, and sits mostly on its own. Twitter acquired Vine lat last year.

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Batch For iPhone Is A Gorgeous App That Lets You Share A Ton Of Photos Quickly

Beautiful moments pass us by everyday. Instead of scrambling for a camera to capture them ,now on your iphone, ipad, and ipod touch. photofresh is an innovative iPhone and iPad app that lets you browse, upload, and share your Facebook photos and videos. It’s just easier to whip out your iPhone and turn to Camera Plus Pro. With Camera Plus Pro, precious moments will last a lifetime.

Capture photos and videos in any light you wish, using the built-in live filters. Preview your photos and videos in any of the cool filters and pick the right one to set the mood! . You can also enjoy all your friends’ albums and all the photos that come through your News Feed. In one word, it’s awesome!

Browse your photos and videos & those of your friends.
• Quickly access your photos and videos and those of your friends in full screen, even your News Feed photos and Tagged Pictures.
• View your photos and those of your friends even when you’re offline.
• Turn your iPad into the perfect picture frame using your Facebook albums.

Upload your photos and videos.
• Quickly upload photos and videos in full resolution with captions to your Facebook account whether individually or in batches—you can even choose different image sizes.
• Create new albums and set their permissions.
• Background uploading lets you do other things while Facetastic does its thing.

Share photos in a snap.
• Post to your Facebook wall or email photos, links, and albums.
• Download photos one-by-one or in batches to your iPad.

Over time, we expect the developers of Batch to fill the holes in the app, both in terms of missing features and random bugs, and hopefully it will become much more useful as it gains more users. We’ll certainly be keeping our eyes trained on its progress.

Apple’s iPhone 4S Now Available In Additional Launch Countries

Apple released the iPhone 4S in seven countries on October 14th and at that time they also made it clear that an additional 22 countries would be getting the handset on October 28th. And well, it looks like those additional countries now have the iPhone 4S available for pre-order.

Whilst queues didn’t quite meet those seen in the US and in many of the other launch countries, customers still camped outside stores and carrier outlets to get their handsets before others in their respective countries.

The original seven countries included Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the UK and US. And now, for those additional countries, those include — Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

AsiaOne reports that SingTel customers in Singapore that had secured one of the more than 10,000 slots to buy the new phone were able to purchase it at the telco’s Suntec Singapore event from today to Sunday. All slots were snapped up  yesterday.

After all, it would be less than ideal if you decided to go the in-store route on the 28th — to have them run out of stock before you get to the front of the line.