Version: 2.0updated Platforms: Java Categories: Internet & Communications Upload Date: 19 Feb 11 Developer:
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Deccan Chronicle Live news from the Deccan Chronicle powered by biNu to be ultra-fast, simple and easy to use. Also comes with other features such as Google Search, Wikipedia, English dictionary, Google Translate, weather cricket scores and other Indian news in many languages.
biNu is optimised to be ultra-fast on low-end phones, not just expensive smart-phones!
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