Facebook Year in Review: Diwali, surgical strikes most talked about topics in India

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After Google, Twitter and YouTube, Facebook is also giving us a recap of what all moments and events were most talked about in 2016 in India. Facebook’s Year-end review for 2016 shares inisghts that we talked most about Diwali, Cricket, Uri attacks and surgical strikes this year.
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Telegram v3.15 gets IFTTT integration, conversation pinning and more

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Telegram has updated its app with a number of new features. The update which bumps app to version 3.15 allows you to pin important conversations to the top of your inbox. However, the most useful addition is the IFTTT integration. Continue reading “Telegram v3.15 gets IFTTT integration, conversation pinning and more”

YouTube will now offer more local language content in India

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YouTube is adding a new feature for its users in India. The video service will now show more local language content on Home and Trending. YouTube will automatically identify your preferred regional languages based on your watch history. It will support Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu languages.

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Google Search app update gets divided into Upcoming and Feed tabs

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Google has revamped its Search app with an aim to make it easy for you to keep a tab on all the information they see everyday on their phones. The Search app has been dividesd in two parts – Upcoming events and Feeds. Continue reading “Google Search app update gets divided into Upcoming and Feed tabs”

Google Duo gets video quality improvements and camera rotation in latest update

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Earlier this year, Google launched video calling app Duo along with its smart messaging app Allo. Google has now started rolling out an update to Duo which bumps the app to version 5.0. The update brings couple of new features for an improved user experience. Continue reading “Google Duo gets video quality improvements and camera rotation in latest update”

Dropbox for Android gets offline folder support

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Dropbox has rolled out a new feature for its Android users which will allow them to access files on the go. Dubbed as Dropbox Mobile Offline Folders, the feature lets users work when their phone is offline i.e. without a data or WiFi connection. Continue reading “Dropbox for Android gets offline folder support”

Instagram will finally let you disable and like comments

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Instagram is finally adding new features that we all have been wanting for a long time. The Facebook owned photo sharing app will now allow users to turn off comments on specific posts, adding the ability to like comments and remove followers from private accounts. Continue reading “Instagram will finally let you disable and like comments”

Haptik personal assistant v5.0 gets AI powered Genius mode, smart wallet and more

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Haptik, chat based personal assistant app has been updated to version 5.0. Powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), the app is getting new features such as smart wallet, improved bot library and support, faster response time and more. Continue reading “Haptik personal assistant v5.0 gets AI powered Genius mode, smart wallet and more”

Google’s Trusted Contacts app lets your loved ones know you are safe

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Google has introduced a new personal safety app dubbed as Trusted Contacts. Available on Android, the app lets you share your location with loved ones in everyday situations and in case of emergencies. The app will work even if your phone is offline.

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