Instagram alpha update finally brings adaptive icon

Instagram new logo

Instagram has finally brought the adaptive icon with the latest Alpha update. With Instagram being a pretty famous app across the globe and it is present on the majority of home screens, it is about time the company updates it with an adaptive icon. Continue reading “Instagram alpha update finally brings adaptive icon”

WhatsApp beta for Android hints at Mark as read and Mute shortcuts in notification center

WhatsApp Mark as Read

WhatsApp is rolling out a new beta update for Android which hints at a feature that the company is working on. The app might soon get a new ‘mark as read’ shortcut in notification center, however, it is not available yet since it still under development. Continue reading “WhatsApp beta for Android hints at Mark as read and Mute shortcuts in notification center”

Twitter for Android finally gets a new bottom navigation bar

Twitter Bottom Navigation Bar

Twitter is finally rolling out a new bottom navigation bar for Android much like how it is for iOS. This makes it easier for navigation while browsing through the latest tweets. However, this change doesn’t let you swipe between the various tabs of the app such as Home, Search, Notifications, and Messages. Continue reading “Twitter for Android finally gets a new bottom navigation bar”

India WiFi networks to soon get enough attention as 4G: OpenSignal

WiFi Alliance

According to OpenSignal, the Indian Government is said to be increasingly making a shift towards public WiFi hotspots. It is planning to provide coverage to around 250,000 Panchayats and 5000 railway stations within the next two years. This makes sense considering the smartphone penetration growing in the country. Continue reading “India WiFi networks to soon get enough attention as 4G: OpenSignal”

Instagram said to be testing new ‘Request Verification’ process

Instagram

Soon it might become easier for users to get the blue tick verification on Instagram. The company is said to be testing a new verification process with an official request form that is publicly accessible within the app for the first time. For now, the new request form is available for iOS in Australia and a few other unspecified countries. Continue reading “Instagram said to be testing new ‘Request Verification’ process”

Samsung Galaxy Note9 with dual rear cameras, 3.5mm audio jack and S Pen in brand new golden color surfaces in poster

Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th and thanks to numerous leaks and rumors, we now know most of the details about the flagship. Now the freshly we get to see the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Stylus Pen in the new Golden or Yellow color. We already knew that the S Pen will come with Bluetooth support and it might be able to control music playback, long-range self-timer. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note9 with dual rear cameras, 3.5mm audio jack and S Pen in brand new golden color surfaces in poster”

PUBG mobile beta version for Android released on the Play Store

PUBG

PUBG is consistently releasing a fresh new update since it launched back in March. In May it rolled out the much talked 0.5.0 update and in June it released the 0.6.0 which is currently the stable release. Though it tests the upcoming stable release before it rolls out, the beta of the game is not so easy to find for everyone who might be interested. To make the process easy, Tencent Games released the PUBG mobile beta on the Play Store.  Continue reading “PUBG mobile beta version for Android released on the Play Store”

Sirin Labs Finney Dual-screen Blockchain smartphone with Snapdragon 845, SIRIN OS will be available in November

Sirin Labs, the Switzerland-based company that has a history of raising fourth largest crowdsale in history;  $157.8M, recently unveiled the final design of the FINNEY which is the first ever blockchain smartphone. Today the company has confirmed that it will hit markets in November and will cost around $999 (Rs. 68,430 approx.). Continue reading “Sirin Labs Finney Dual-screen Blockchain smartphone with Snapdragon 845, SIRIN OS will be available in November”

Sony Xperia XZ3 with dual front and rear cameras said to launch at IFA 2018

Sony is said to be working on a flagship despite the fact that it launched a flagship just two months ago. The company’s upcoming phone is said to be coming during the IFA 2018 event. Though we don’t really know much about the flagships, the first-hand information suggests that it will come with four cameras: two on the back, and another two in the front. Continue reading “Sony Xperia XZ3 with dual front and rear cameras said to launch at IFA 2018”

Twitter to remove locked accounts from followers list

Twitter logo

Twitter in its ongoing fight against fake accounts today has announced that starting this week it will be removing the locked accounts from follower counts across profiles globally and as a result of this, the number of followers displayed on many profiles may go down. Continue reading “Twitter to remove locked accounts from followers list”

Apple will launch 11-inch iPad Pro, refreshed Mac mini, Apple watch with larger display, AirPower charger in fall: Kuo

Apple

Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities is back with yet another new investor’s note and this time according to the analyst, Apple is said to be working on launching 11-inch iPad Pro, refreshed Mac mini, Apple watch with large display, Airpower in fall. The newly updated portfolio will join the three iPhone models; 5.8″ OLED model, a new 6.5″ OLED model, and a new 6.1″ LCD variant.  Continue reading “Apple will launch 11-inch iPad Pro, refreshed Mac mini, Apple watch with larger display, AirPower charger in fall: Kuo”

Telecom Commission approves new net neutrality recommendations proposed by TRAI

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Indian Telecom Commission, decision-making body in the telecom ministry has approved net neutrality recommendations proposed by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). These rules restrict telecom operators from discriminating against Internet content and services or grant higher speed for those who pay a premium. Continue reading “Telecom Commission approves new net neutrality recommendations proposed by TRAI”

Smartron’s Tronx Motors launches TRONX ONE e-bike with multiple ride modes, virtual gears in India for Rs. 49999

TRONX ONE

Tronx Motors, a Smartron company, today has launched India’s 1st smart crossover electric bike; TRONX ONE. It is Smartron’s first step towards building the Tronx Motors vertical coupled with the company’s own tronX ecosystem. It offers a powerful ride experience of 25 km/h. It also comes with multiple ride modes and Virtual Gears coupled with 3 Electric Gears and 6 speed Shimano Shifters. Continue reading “Smartron’s Tronx Motors launches TRONX ONE e-bike with multiple ride modes, virtual gears in India for Rs. 49999”

Snapchat Lens Explorer lets you browse community filters

Snapchat Lens Explorer

Snapchat back at the end of 2017 launched the Snap Studio and also introduced a new way for people to build their own lenses. Today the company is introducing a new way to find those lenses inside the app; it calls Lens Explorer. This shows a variety of lenses in a variety of ways. Continue reading “Snapchat Lens Explorer lets you browse community filters”

Opera for Android is the first browser with built-in Crypto Wallet

Opera Crypto wallet

Opera today announced that it is testing Cryptowallet beta built-in to its Android app and it supports the Ethereum Web3 API. Through this feature, users can send, receive and pay in cryptocurrency without needing a new web browser or a separate extension. Continue reading “Opera for Android is the first browser with built-in Crypto Wallet”