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Gangsta Search Yo’ Results With Gizoogle – Turn Yo MuthaF’in Website All Gangsta Yo’

Google’s search results are way too vanilla for an OG like yourself. You need a search engine with a little gansta funk in it. Fo’ shizzle my nizzle, here’s one that’s “realer than Real Deal Holyfield” Gizoogle.

What’s Gizoogle you ask? Though not affiliated with Google in any way, it’s just like its more straight-laced cousin, with one noticable difference: it translates all search results into ganstalisious slang popularized by Snoop Dogg. Gizoogle was originally created by John Beatty, who started the site in 2005 as a joke after inspiration from a friend’s constant use of the slang on America Online’s Instant Messenger service and also by Snoop’s “Doggy Fizzle Televizzle” program on MTV.

Let’s take a look – we will use our It’s here. Gogole Maps for iPhone post or as Gizoogle, It’s here. Gizoogle Maps fo’ iPhizzy

“Git tha freshly smoked up Gizoogle Maps n’ say wassup ta Gizoogle search, voice guided navigation, transit directions, Street View, n’ much mo’. Put yo muthafuckin choppers up if ya feel this!Da freshly smoked up Gizoogle Maps application fo’ tha iPhizzy became da most thugged-out downlizzleed free item up in Applez‘s App Store on Thursday, just hours afta its launch.

Da long-awaited app launched up in tha early hourz of Thursdizzle morning, finally brangin relief ta tha mazillionz of iPhizzy playas forced ta rely on Applez’s own much-maligned mappin system.”

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It’s not just for websites either it works great for Facebook and Twitter but if your tweets are protected it will not work and you will see, “Only confirmed followers have access ta @JordanTBHz Twizzlez n’ complete profile. Click tha “Follow” button ta bust a gangbangin’ follow request.“.

Update 11:05 PM: It appears this doesn’t work for Facebook yet (if you find a way around it let us know) you will be given an error message; (which basically it’s saying your browser is outdated.)

Update Yo Crazy-Ass Browser
You’re rockin a wizzy browser dat isn’t supported by Facebizzle.
To git a funky-ass mo’ betta experience, go ta one of these cribs n’ git tha sickest fuckin version of yo’ preferred browser:”

Sparrow updated with iPhone 5 & Passbook Support

After Apple rejected Sparrow’s iPhone 5 update earlier in the month, critics cried foul and commentators happily pointed out Apple was attempting to derail the popular email client for iOS devices and Macs. There was little hope left for new features after Google acquired Sparrow in June. Plus, the search giant acknowledged as much when it said the Sparrow team would move to Google’s Mountain View offices to work on new Gmail features. It’s a welcome sign, then, that a new version of Sparrow just surfaced on the App Store. Though short of features, it does bring out two major nice-to-haves: support for the iPhone 5′s taller display and Passbook integration

Support for Passbook, a new stock app in iOS 6, allows Sparrow to send .pkpass files to the Passbook app. These small files are embedded in confirmation email messages when buying tickets, boarding passes, loyalty cards and other items Passbook understands.

Apart from the iPhone 5 and Passbook support, changelog makes no mention of other tweaks.

If you don’t have it, Sparrow will run you £1.99 (three bucks) on the App Store.

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

Google has an iOS 6 Maps app – awaiting approval.


If you are missing Google Maps after updating to iOS 6 over the past 24 hours, good news may be just around the corner. As previously rumored, The Guardian suggested this afternoon that the folks at Google built a separate Maps app for iOS 6. The report further added that it will “appear in time,” to which well-known developer Steve Stroughton-Smith seemingly confirmed with a “Yep.”

The same sources say that Google is preparing a Google Maps app for iOS6, which will appear in time. No official statement has been made and there will inevitably be questions over whether Apple will approve it in the App Store. (Apple might not, on the basis that it “competes with existing functionality”, but would invite a further backlash if it did.)

Separately, we’ve heard Google has been building separate versions of a iOS Google Maps app for quite a while that goes back years. Additionally, we’ve learned an updated iOS 6 version of the Google Maps.app has been submitted to Apple. It is awaiting approval, however, and that could take some time. It took a year for Apple to approve Google Voice, for instance, and Apple could technically likewise claim Google Maps “duplicates a native service” even though there are quite a few mapping apps already in the App Store (like Google Earth). Last month, it looked as if Apple were putting an update to Google Voice that featured Siri-like functionality through purgatory.

Over the past 24 hours, Apple’s Maps application has received a ton of negative feed back from the press and some users. Sure, Apple’s Maps has great functionality like turn-by-turn navigation, Siri integration, and more, but many have found Apple Maps to be sub-par without key mapping data (that Google once brought to iOS). The Guardian claimed the folks at Google are enjoying the bad press thrown at Apple:

Google, I hear from roundabout sources, is enjoying the bad press Apple is suffering. It would be surprising if its mappers could resist some schadenfreude, since they are very proud of their work; having it rejected wholesale must be galling.

TechCrunch says that Google hopes to have the app approved in the next few months:
Debunking the diabolical theory that Google will take as long as it likes to release its Maps App, in an effort to convert people to Android, I’ve got a source telling me that the Google Maps team is taking this as a crisitunity, doubling down on staff, lining up the team and resources to have a standalone iOS app in the App store “before Christmas.”

via, 9to5mac.com

Apple iOS 6 (Beta 4) Kills Built-In YouTube App

Apple on Monday released iOS 6 beta 4 to developers, and one of the most notable changes is the removal of the built-in YouTube app.

According to users in the MacRumors forum, the YouTube app is not included in the list of apps on the iOS home screen, where it has resided since the iPhone launch in 2007. Apple said the license with Google to include the YouTube app on the home screen has expired and Google is now working on a standalone app for the Apple App Store.

The updated iOS app will not be available until the fall, when Apple rolls out iOS 6 (presumably with its next-gen iPhone). But when it arrives, the Maps app will replace the Google Maps app that currently comes pre-installed on all iOS devices.

The good news is i think Google (YouTube) will be able to pull this one off, if they add a YouTube app to the App Store rather than built in as it will be updated more often. I myself hardly use the YouTube app due to lack of features and design is a little out-dated.

According to iLounge, meanwhile, iOS 6 beta 4 also includes Bluetooth sharing. Last month, there were reports that users will not be required to enter a password when downloading free apps in iOS 6.

check out 92 New Features in Apple’s iOS 6 by pcmag.com.

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