Archive for September 2015

Spotify Running now on Android

Good news to all Android users. Spotify Running is now finally available on Android.


iPhone users has been using this since May. Millions of Spotify users have laced up and hit the road together with the best musical motivation out there since then.

Spotify Running combined the best music on the planet with recommendations based on your listening history, multiple-genre playlist as well as original running compositions. Simply select your tempo and start running. Spotify will match the perfect music in sync to your steps to help you go the extra mile.

OK, maybe I should really give Spotify Running a try after the haze.

Twitter Highlights nows on Android

Twitter just introduced Highlights today for Android users. Highlights is a simply summary of the most interesting things on Twitter for users delivered via push notification.


Highlights will change the way users use Twitter. Currently, the home timeline is the place where users browse and engage with Tweets. For old time users like me, we are used to this method of using Twitter. But some newer users and those who don’t use Twitter as often might find it intimidating or challenging. That’s why Twitter introduced Highlights to let users get the most out of it no matter how much time they spend on the social media platform.

Highlights provides a fast and simple Twitter summary to let users catch up on interesting thing quickly. To create Highlights, Twitter looks at things like the accounts and conversations that are popular among people that the user follow, Tweets from people they are closely tied to, topics and events that are trending in the area or within their network, and people that are popular or trending among people they follow.

Highlight in English is now available to all Android users. Twitter will extend this experience globally in all 35+ languages that Twitter supports. Twitter will consider bringing Highlights to other platforms in the future.

Red Alert 2 and Yuri’s Revenge now free on Origin

Classic RTS game Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 and Yuri’s Revenge is now available free on Origin!


This is part of the Electronic Arts’ “On the House” program where EA gives out some old games free for a limited time. Previous On the House games include Syndicate and Theme Hospital.

Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 was released in 2000. Back then, it was a popular game. I still remember spending hours playing it.

So hurry! Log in to Origin and get Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 and Yuri’s Revenge On the House before its over.

Free supercar rides by GrabTaxi Singapore

It’s the Singapore Grand Prix week. To match the speed of the fast Formula One car, GrabTaxi Singapore is offering free rides on 7 supercar from 15 to 20 September. Yes, FREE.

GrabTaxi Singapore revs up atmosphere with free supercar rides this race season (1024x683)

To book the free supercar rides, simply download GrabTaxi app and register for a free account if you haven’t. Select Grabspeed, enter your pickup location, destination and promo code ‘GrabSpeed’.

The 7 supercars available are:
- Aston Martin DB9 Volante convertible
– Aston Martin DBS Volante convertible
– Maserati GranTurismo
– Maserati Quattroporte Sports GTS
– McLaren MP4-12C
– Porsche C4S 911 Cabriolet
– Porsche Carrera


Due to limited seating capacity of the supercars, each ride can accommodate only one passenger at a time.

GrabTaxi is also giving away tickets to the Motor Racing Championships to 2 lucky winners everyday who completed a ride with Grabspeed.

Spotify playlist for #SGHaze

The haze is getting worse lately. Since most people will be staying indoors during this period, the good folks at Spotify created a playlist to beat the hazy blues.

Brilliant idea. Didn’t know that there are so many songs related to haze.


Should we Just Breathe (by Pearl Jam) or Try Not To Breathe (by R.E.M.)?