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1 Malaysia TV

By on December 24, 2011

The 1Malaysia TV launched by our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at 18 Dec 2011 as a new channel for the government to deliver the real time information directly to the people. He said on the launching ceremony that the government has to speak the younger generation language, which is language of technology in order to deliver the first hand message to them.


1MalaysiaTV is an Internet Protocol television (IPTV) focusing on youth. The new service is available through as well as mobile devices for Apple, Android and Blackberry apps through



1Malaysia IPTV offers a growing range of programs led by our signature channel called ”Malaysia Youth TV”, which currently features a number of in-house programs like:Dance and Health, Sembang Cyber and Itu atau Ini along with external shows and music videos. But that’s not all, 1 Malaysia TV also provide free-to-air channels RTM1, RTM2, TV3, Al-Hijrah, CCTV News, a Korean entertainment channel (eKorea TV), a documentary channel (D TV), a radio station (KL POP) with many more channels coming soon!



The service is owned and operated by a private company, 1Media IPTV Sdn. Bhd. The application is developed by and the property of Raffcomm Technologies Sdn. Bhd.



For more information about 1Malaysia TV you may visit to their official web site or their official facebook


Download 1 Malaysia TV for iOS 

Download 1 Malaysia TV for Andriod OS

Download 1 Malaysia TV for BlackBerry OS

Local mobile application developer, JustMobile Sdn Bhd has announced a new smartphone app called MySOS, a must have app for Malaysians.

With the MY S.O.S app, smartphone users can now access a variety and detailed list of emergency contact numbers, such as funeral services, the various government departments, hotels, taxi services, hospitals, cinemas, banks, highway breakdowns, the general line of nearby police stations, general complaint telephone numbers that covers electricity and water cut, potholes on roads, water pipe leakages, and so forth.


MySOS works on AndroidiPhone/iPad(iOS) & BlackBerry for free.

The official native Gmail app is back in the App Store today. The long awaited app had initially been released and then quickly yanked back on November 2nd, due to problems with notifications and possibly other bugs.

Today Version 1.0.2 of Gmail is available in the App Store – with this bit of guidance for those who have the original version installed:

If you already have the Gmail app 1.0.1 released on 2 Nov, you will need to uninstall or log out of the old app prior to installing the new app.

It’s interesting that they use the term ‘new app’ rather than update. That first launch was a pretty spectacular fail, so here’s hoping this one goes better for all those iOS device owning Gmail fans out there.

I removed the original version and installed the update just a short while ago. This time there’s no error on launching the app, and it shows up properly under Settings > Notifications – so hopefully Google’s got that part figured out.

Here’s an App Store link for Gmail – which is even more useful than usual as so far the updated app does not show up well if you search for it.

The world’s largest retail electronic payments network Visa Inc. today announced that the company will provide for the iPhone, mobile payment applications, so that all their consumers can enjoy more easy and convenient shopping experience.

Now, just by gently touching fingers, Visa cardholders can get 50 kinds of businesses exclusive offers, involving clothing, food and entertainment daily consumption. Visa mobile payment applications from the iTunes App Store is currently available for free download.

Visa will work with selective most popular group of merchant to provide the exclusive benefits to their cardholder in order to help them to save money in their daily consumption expenses.