Kerala Gramin Bank (KGB) Mobile Banking URL
Kerala Gramin Bank popularly known as KGB, based out of Kerala has banking application for Android phones, but there also exists a web interface, which is not widely publicized. Couldn’t find the link anywhere in the website or even with a google search.
The URL is https://mobile.canararrb.com/kgbmpaywap/kgb
It uses OTP to registered mobile number for authentication, along with a registered PIN.
It does most of the basic functions including balance check, mini statement, NEFT and IMPS based transfers. Really helpful for those who hate to use mobile applications due to various reasons.No Comments | Read More...
Getting out of Google Services
Being a netizen, its a long time ambition for me to be self sufficient to run the basic online services needed. Basic services for me on internet include:
- Website / Blog
- Storage / Data Sync
Earlier, these were distributed over multiple providers, but now mostly revolves around Google. GMail for Mail, Google Analytics in Websites, Google drive for cloud storage, again Google Contacts, GTalk/Hangouts, Google+, etc. So, its also an effort to get out of Google services with minimum effect on usability.No Comments | Read More...
For a long time, I have been using ColorNotes Notepad Notes To Do on my Android phone for managing my to-do list and storing notes. It has nice features to auto backup, but feels to be heavy now a days. So, I thought of switching to something new. Have heard of Evernote and AnyDo, but both are large in size for my Optimus One with just around 25MB more ROM space to spare. Then I cam across Astrid, which is just above 4MB in size, smaller than AnyDo and around half the size of Evernote.
Adding up tasks in Astrid is so simple and it syncs pretty fast with the web, so you can manage them from both mobile and browser in PC/laptop. It lacks a firefox addon but for me, the mobile interface is of most importance. The notification system is cool and it can be customized on user choice. I really liked the feature to schedule reminders for missed calls, at the time I miss one. Also, the feature to schedule tasks at repeated intervals like daily is cool.
There are lot more features to explore, like sharing tasks with friends, the ideas feature within and much more. Using it for just two days have made me fell in love with it. It helped me to get more organized and plan things for the day. Give it a try. Check more at the website: http://astrid.com or if you are an Android user, you can get it from play store.
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Here goes few screenshots from my Mobile. Feels like some issue uploading photos. Will fix that soon.
Get greater benefits on your mobile recharge
Gone are the of recharging your mobile with top-up cards and easy recharges from shops. Now a days, you get much greater benefits while recharging with alternate methods. I have been a user of these services for a while and now thought of writing a blog post on it.
EmbeePay is the Social Way to get Free mobile recharge around the world. It supports majority of the mobile service providers and rewards users with free mobile service and content to engage with leading brands. Works as a Facebook application, you can get free recharges by inviting your friends, doing surveys, signing up in websites, etc. It doesn’t post any unwanted posts on your wall or on your friends wall. If you have a good friendship circle, EmbeePay can be helpful in cutting down your mobile bills. For more details, visit the website @ embeemobile.com and Facebook Page2 Comments | Read More...