Saturday, December 18, 2010

Best Online Game & Internet

1. Farmville

Farmville is an online simulation game developed by Zynga, available as an application on Facebook as well as an App on the iPhone and Android. This game allows the user up to manage a virtual farm by planting, growing, and harvesting of plants and trees and cattle herding virtual virtual.

Number of users Farmville had reached 81,125,786. Because of the popularity, even had time to promote DreamWorks' newest film, Megamind, through this game. Arguably, Farmville is the king of online gaming.

2. Point Blank

Point Blank is a tactical war game developed by Zepetto online, circulated among others in South Korea by NCSoft, Thailand (NCTrue), Indonesia PT Kreon, Russia (INNOVA). War game per person or group of people are (like Counter-Strike) must be downloaded first and then installed on the computer itself.

If you are loyal visitors internet cafes (cafe), you will discover how exciting the fans of Point Blank fight in this game. Or maybe you're one fan of this game?

3. Zynga Poker

At least 6 million people use Zynga Poker every day, especially after the launch as an application on Facebook. Developed by Zynga - Social games producer who also created the Farmville - this game is also present in mobile devices like iPhone and Android.

As the name suggests, these games test your skills in playing poker. Along with Zynga Poker's popularity, also spread a lot of sites that publish the secret codes (cheat) to win the game without having to try and think hard.

4. Plurk

Plurk is a microblogging service that is more popular in Asia (especially Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia) than in his native country, the United States. Services are more or less the same as Twitter, which is a status update - including sharing the link, it's just time-linenya visually more interesting.

What is also interesting, Plurk offers a reward system called Karma. The amount of Karma you will continue to grow depends on the interaction you do with other Plurk community. Not to mention a number of badges that can be collected, making Plurk seem more exciting.

5. WordPress

WordPress is one of the most popular blogging platform. Developed based on the principles of the code (open source), WordPress bloggers favored because of ease of customization and flexibility. Not only individuals, corporate institutions and even many who use the platform to make their official website. Users can use the free WordPress service, including if you want to use your own hosting.

First released by Matt Mullenweg and until August 2010, version 3.0 was already downloaded more than 12.5 million times. WordPress also has released their mobile version for iPhone, Android and Nokia making it easier for anyone to still be blogging from anywhere.

6. Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is open source web browser that is managed by the Mozilla Corporation. Until October 2010, Firefox is the second most popular web browser, used by 30 percent of the total users of the browser in the world. Firefox can run on different operating systems including Microsoft Windows, GNU / Linux, Mac OS X and FreeBSD.

In Indonesia alone, Firefox is very popular, until company executives often go back and forth to Indonesia to meet the growing Firefox community.

7. Meebo

Meebo is an instant messaging programs (instant messaging) that supports various IM services such as Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, AIM, ICQ, MySpaceIM, Facebook Chat, Jabber / XMPP, Google Talk, Myyearbook fanpop IM and chat. Meebo is developed first-September 2005 by Sandy Jen, Seth Sternberg and Elaine Wherry, and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

No doubt, instant messaging is a very popular activity among Internet users, both desktop and mobile. Meebo trying to accommodate the various instant messaging services that exist and put them in one place making it easier for users to stay connected with other friends.

8. Mivo TV

Mivo.TV is one of the online TV site that is popular in Indonesia that serve a variety of free programs since August 7, 2007. Users can also upload videos of his own work. Managed by Imediabiz Pty Ltd which is a global company that is also based in Sydney, Vancouver and Jakarta.

With the rapid advancement of mobile technologies and the growing extent of the use of smart phone that also has video recording facilities, services such as Mivo TV will have no trouble capturing video works from the community.

9. Multiply

Initially Multiply is a social networking service that allows its users to share media such as photos, videos and blogs with immediate network. In its development, Multiply users can also sell and shop online at that site.

Multiply this change of orientation can be understood considering the rival social network has too many and heavy, while niche-based e-commerce services are still very large, especially in countries such as Indonesia.

10. Opera Mini

As a derivative of the computer version, Opera Mini is a web browser designed specifically for mobile phones and other handheld devices. Opera Mini began as a "pilot project" in 2005 and launched globally on 24 January 2006.

Opera Mini favored by mobile phone users because this browser does not require a large bandwidth so they can save pulses and data users. Documentation interface, which allows people to open the sites previously visited, the main attraction.

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