Google has rolled out a new feature for its Search app for iOS that makes it easy to explore and discover content while browsing the web. With the latest update, Google Search app will now suggest articles related to what you are reading. Continue reading “Google Search app for iOS now suggests articles based on what you are reading”
Gmail is getting a new handy feature that convert addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and contacts to into clickable hyperlinks. The update is rolling out for Gmail and Inbox by Gmail on Android, iOS, and the web. Continue reading “Gmail will now convert addresses, phone numbers and contacts to link”
WhatsApp for Android beta is getting a new feature that will allow you manage storage on your phone. The feature which is already available for iOS, will offer you a detailed break-up of the amount of space your chats is using on your device. Continue reading “WhatsApp beta for Android gets storage management feature”
Facebook Messenger now has over 1.3 billion monthly active users. The user base has increased from 1.2 billion in April. Messenger surpassed the one billion monthly active users (MAUs) mark in July 2016. Facebook owned WhatsApp also has 1.3 billion MAUs.
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It was reported back in July that Facebook is working on a video chat app called Bonfire. Now, the app is currently being tested in Denmark. First spotted by The Next Web, it is available in Danish Apple App Store. Continue reading “Facebook starts testing Bonfire group video chat app”
Google has updated the Translate app by bringing offline translation support to more Indian languages. Starting today, users in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu can experience offline translations and instant visual translation in their preferred language. Continue reading “Google Translate gets offline translation, conversation mode for more Indian languages”
It looks like soon you will be able to unsend a message you might have accidently sent to a person on WhatsApp. The Facebook owned messaging app is finally testing a feature that will let you recall a message after it is sent, according to WABetaInfo. Dubbed as ‘Delete for Everyone’, the feature will allow you to quickly delete messages before the receiver has had a chance to read them.
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WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton is leaving the company to start a new non-profit organization. He made the announcement via a post Facebook post. Continue reading “WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton to leave the company”
Apple unveiled the iPhone X yesterday that comes with a new feature dubbed as Animoji, which are basically animated emojis. The feature uses Face ID of the iPhone X to create custom 3D versions based on your own facial expressions. Continue reading “Apple introduces Animoji, animated emojis exclusively for iPhone X”
Facebook is testing a new feature that will make it easier for you to watch videos when you are on the move. Dubbed as Instant Videos, the social network is currently testing it on a small number of people. The feature was first spotted by The Next Web’s Matt Navarra and was later confirmed by TechCrunch.
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YouTube added High Dynamic Range (HDR) video support in November last year. Now, Google is rolling out support for HDR videos in the mobile YouTube app.
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It looks like Instagram wants to increase the reach of its popular feature Stories. According to Matt Navarra of The Next Web, Instagram is testing a new feature that allows people to share their Story directly to Facebook.
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Google Trips, Flights and Destinations is getting support for new languages and countries. It now support a combined 20 new languages and 26 new countries globally.
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