Thursday, December 4, 2014
'Kili' is a humble attempt to materialize something that we thought would have been very helpful for us, had it been there at our earlier years of birding.
Field guides and reference books do occupy a major space in the back pack of a birder, however using them while birding isn’t really convenient. So to assist enthusiasts while on field we have come up with an application that can be used in mobile phones and tablets.
We dedicate this App to the great bird man of India, Dr. Salim Ali on his 118th Birthday.
We present Kili to you with a lot of pride. Please go ahead and check that out, while we are working on a vaster and more elaborate version of Kili with lot more fun. Thank you all.
at 7:37 PM
Friday, July 4, 2014
ആന്ഡ്രോയിഡ് ഫോണുകള് ഉപയോഗിക്കുന്ന കുഞ്ഞുവാവകളുടെ അച്ഛനമ്മമാര്ക്കു വേണ്ടിയുള്ള ആപ്പ്.... പ്ലേസ്റ്റോറില് ലഭ്യമാണ്...
at 9:54 PM
Thursday, March 6, 2014
By default, Typein! uses atomic chillus. If you want old chillus you can select 'Use old Chillu' option.
It supports five keyboard layouts. They are Inscript, GIST, Typewriter, Panchari and Varityper Phonetic. You can download Typein! from the below link.
Typein! 64 Bit Setup
Typein! 32 Bit Setup
Typein! Portable for 32 Bit
at 4:17 PM
Friday, January 31, 2014
ChuvannaMulaku is a cookery guide in Malayalam Language. So non Malayalees, please don't install.
This app contains more than 250 recipes, categorised in to 7 different categories viz. vegeterian, non-vegeterian, fish, egg, palaharangal, palavaka and juices.
You can also use this app to know nearby restaurants and cafes using google maps. It includes list of hotels and thattukada in Kerala with map and directions to reach there. We take this list from the googl spreadsheet of hotels and thattukadas maintained by the Malayalam blogger Kochuthresia (http://malabar-express.blogspot.in/). Special thanks to Kochuthresia.
ChuvanaMulaku also contains a 'Food Dictionary' which can be used to know the Malayalam meaning of food items in English.
This app is baked with love in Kozhikode.
at 11:14 AM