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Twitter announces native video support for Twitter Kit – iOS users first to receive it, Android to follow
Twitter has announced native video support for Twitter Kit. This means that users will be able to enjoy Twitter videos and GIFs without having to leave their app or launch the Twitter app.
The Vine app is now making its way to users of the Apple Watch which means that you have one more way to watch your favorite Vines.
Skype has just released version 6.6 on iOS devices. The new version for iPad and iPhones mainly focuses on improving the multi-tasking experience on the devices.
Adobe and Dropbox had announced a partnership last month to make PDFs more simpler to use and make it more accessible to the user. Today, the fruit of the said partnership has now been announced …
There had been a hoax in the past which stated that an update to iOS 7 would make your iPhone waterproof and many users actually fell for it. Now, apparently the next generation iPhone is …
Google has released an update to the Google app for iOS devices. The Google app is basically a version of Google Now for iOS that can be activated similarly by using the phrase – “OK …
Google has released a new and updated Google+ on web, Android as well as iOS. The redesigned Google+ is much simpler and intuitive to use.
OneNote has updated its mobile apps on Android and iOS with a bunch of new features and improvements. The note taking app from Microsoft is also getting an update for web.
Google has released a beta version of Chrome for iOS through Apple’s TestFlight platform. The beta version of its mobile browser now comes with support for 3D Touch.
Facebook had started rolling out 360 degree videos to its News Feed in September. Now, the social network is expanding the feature to iOS and Gear VR headsets.
YouTube has launched a new standalone app dubbed simply as YouTube Music on Android and iOS. The YouTube Music app is aimed at making music discovery easy.
Facebook has officially launched a new app called Notify that will send you push notifications about news, entertainment, sports, weather and so on.
Facebook is testing Photo Magic, a new facial recognition feature that scans your newly taken photos and notifies you with an option to send them to friends who are in the photos.
Google Drive has updated its iOS and Android app with a bunch of new features. The latest update introduces sharing notification that notifies you when someone shares a file or folder with you.
Evernote has updated its iOS app with a a couple of important features. The latest update that bumps the app to version 7.9 brings support for sketching on notes and split screen for iPad.