Shoutpedia is a website that publishes useful and insightful articles for lovers and users of handheld devices. We seek to present fresh news, noteworthy tips, tutorials, softwares (apps) and high quality games that the modern technology user will appreciate.

Shoutpedia was launched in October 2008 by a mobile enthusiast Aamir Usman with the name of Mobile-Geeks.Com but in October 2010 we changed the domain from mobile-geeks.com to shoutpedia.com. Initially the purpose of this site was to share those apps, games, tips and tricks which I used myself. Now Shoutpedia is emerging as a purely technology site with fresh and exceptional content and resources related to Apple and its competitors.

About Me:

Aamir Usman

Well, my name is Aamir Usman and I am single married, living with my family in a countryside. I started this blog only to share some interesting stuff related to Nokia and Symbian OS. Later when I purchased Apple products, I really loved the products very much and started writing the posts about Apple. Now this blog is a pure Technology Blog. If you want to find me on web, you can follow on my personal twitter account and on facebook. I now also have a Google+ page here.

Want to Write for Shoutpedia?

If you are interested in becoming the part of shoutpedia, you can drop an email at admin(at)shoutpedia(dot)com. It’s best if you have already got some good stuff to share related to Apple, Google and Microsoft (articles about smartphones and tablets will be given priority) – but if you don’t, we can help you to find a good topic.

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Shutpedia’s Twitter, Facebook & Google+ Links:

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