Google Trips is getting a major update with bunch of new features that will make your next vacation better. Launched in September last year, the travel planning app will now keep hotel, flight and other reservations in one tab and let you share any of it with the tap of a button. Anyone you share with will receive an email with all the reservation details, and see them in the app too. Continue reading “Google Trips gets new features for better vacation planning”
Self-declared merchants can now to transfer up to Rs 50,000 directly in their bank accounts using Paytm. The Paytm app has also been updated which according to the company makes the app three times faster even on low-end smartphones and slow networks.
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Fitbit has released a new software update for its Blaze fitness smartwatch which bring a bunch of important features. The company has also rolled out new Special Edition Gold Series for Alta fitness tracker and Blaze fitness smartwatch.
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Truecaller has announced new features for iPhone app such as Smart Call History, built-in dialer and more. All these features were already available Android app. Continue reading “Truecaller for iPhone gets Smart Call History, built-in dialer and more”
CyanogenMod has been known to release some really interesting features for Android users and this upcoming feature is one of them. The update will allow users to assign a protected status for any apps on the phone including system apps.
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Apple has released first beta of iOS 9.3 for developers and previewed a number of new features of the next software update for the iPhone and iPad. The list includes features such as Night Shift, CarPlay improvements, secure notes and more.
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With an aim to make it easier for small business to enhance its mobile presence, Facebook has redesigned Pages by introducing new tools for better communication with customers.
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We hope that by now you have seen the list of Ten New Features on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Today, we have compiled a list of 5 features that was introduced on Android Marshmallow but was already available on iOS devices prior to that.
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Gmail has updated its iOS app with a couple of new features. The latest additions bumps the Gmail iOS app to version 4.0 and app makes it more easy to use.
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Twitter has teamed up with Bing to translate your tweets. The latest collaboration will enable users to view tweets in multiple languages thanks to the translation feature.
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Microsoft has offered a glimpse of Windows 10, its next version of Windows OS. The company showed off some features of the new OS like virtual assistant Cortana, new browser Spartan and more.
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Back in 2011, Samsung had launched the original Galaxy Note, a large screen device that brought the stylus back into vogue. Initially used as a substitute for the finger in old touchscreens, the stylus, also known as the S-Pen, became a value add for Samsung’s new experiment. Even though the positioning of the Note has slightly changed, the stylus has stuck to its place and evolved along with the device, now in its fourth iteration. Has it become more useful, this generation? Let’s find out.
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Google has announced a bunch of new features to enhance its Chromebook offerings for Work. For starters a new $50 per year subscription is launched for businesses. Users can either pay a one-time fee of $150 in order to access the advanced Chrome OS support and management features or opt for the $50 per device/year option instead.
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Google has given Google+ on Android a massive makeover with a revamped user interface and several new features. The tech giant has introduced a new feature that organizes and manages your vacation photos.
Dubbed as Auto Awesome Stories, the feature combines photos and videos and transforms them into a photo album. It automatically pulls data from geo-tags on photos, landmark detection, location history, and other photo analysis tricks to make various slides for Stories. In addition, Auto Awesome Movies which is available on iOS and web allows you to automatically mix together photos and videos to make quick and fun highlights.
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BlackBerry had announced its latest BB10 smartphone called BlackBerry Q20 in February this year. The name of this device was soon changed to BlackBerry Classic and is now expected to be launched in November.
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