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Abishiekh Jain

Author Archives: Abishiekh Jain

Abishiekh Jain is a 16-year-old programmer and blogger born and brought up in Chennai. He is the founder of Hackers Den :)

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Facebook Messenger’s Hidden Chess Game

Every one of us today has a Facebook account, be it teen or an adult, everyone uses  it to chat with their friends, to get latest updates, to connect with new people, to play games on Facebook platform and the list is endless We all know we can play games on Facebook, and it is kind […]

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Programming – The Pros And Cons

After Reading the title “Programming – The Pros And Cons ” what popped up in your mind?How Does a programmer ,who is programming everyday listing out the cons of programming? Strange? Yes! I am  posting this post to make the programming aspect clear to everyone like before stepping up into the world of programming what […]

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How To Make An Android App For Free!

Everyone wants to make an app for his or her company or project ,but when you browse plans or hire an app developer then it’s too costly for you to build just a single normal app, like if you want to make an app convert your website into mobile app for better viewability for users then […]

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How to Transfer Internet Data?

  Today almost all users owning a smartphone has 2G/3G/4G Cellular Data Today’s nearly all mobile operators have started the service for Internet data transfer from one mobile to another.You can transfer data instantly from one mobile to another. Today I will share a simple trick for How to Transfer Internet Data from one mobile […]

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Top 7 Hidden features In Your Android Phone

Android is accumulated with so many tools and configuration options, we often overlook some of its most beneficial features. Sometimes they’re hiding in plain sight. Other times, they are concealed so thick, you’d never find them without spelunking deep into submenus, touch blindly in the dark. But don’t let that one killer feature get away. […]

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