Twitter has joined the likes of Facebook and Instagram to offer live broadcasting. The micro blogging site has integrated Periscope into into mobile apps which will allow users to live broadcast directly from the Twitter app. Continue reading “Twitter adds live broadcasts to its Android and iOS apps”
Earlier in September this year, Twitter opened its Moments tool for everyone that allowed its users to create their own stories using tweets and photos via desktop. The micro blogging site has now expanded this service to its mobile apps on Android and iOS.
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Microsoft has announced Sharepoint mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows. These apps will offer users full-fidelity access to company news and announcements, people, sites, content and apps.
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Spotify is all set to introduce a new service on its mobile apps this week, according to a latest report from the Wall Street Journal. The US-based popular streaming service is rolling out a video service on its Android and iOS app.
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Facebook has revamped Notifications tab on its mobile apps in order to make them more personal. The latest update replaces the notification tab with Google Now-style cards.
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Viber has updated its mobile apps on Android and iOS with a couple of new features. The update that bumps the apps to version 5.5 brings easier video calling, animated stickers, contact sharing and more.
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In a bid to increase user engagement on its platform, Twitter is experimenting a new feature that will highlight top news on its mobile apps, as per a latest report from BuzzFeed.
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HERE Maps for Android and iPhone is receiving reversible lanes feature in latest update. The latest feature will show users reversible lanes in case of a traffic congestion.
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Ola users can now book a TaxiForSure cab directly from its mobile app. At present only hatchback cabs from TaxiForSure are available as the integration is in its initial stage.
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Yahoo is giving Flickr a major overhaul. The photo sharing service is getting refreshed mobile apps along with a revamped website. The latest update bumps the mobile version to 4.0 and brings new tool to the apps.
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The authorities of Delhi Government has warned online taxi service Uber and Ola on resuming operations. The Transport Department of Delhi Government has asked the services to cease their operations in Delhi or their application for radio-taxi licenses will not be processed.
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Twitter is taking a cue from Instagram and adding new filters to enhance photo sharing experience. The micro blogging site is bringing new photo filters to Android and iOS apps
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Twitter has unveiled a new feature that lets users listen to music in their timelines on the Twitter mobile app. The micro blogging site has unveiled Audio Cards that will allows users to listen to songs, podcasts and other audio content on their Android and iPhone app.
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Google has updated Chrome apps for mobile with a bunch of new features. The company had announced in January that Chrome apps for iPhone and Android are coming later this year. Latest update brings Chrome apps closer to native built mobile apps with richer notifications and sign-ins.
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Google Chrome apps for iOS and Android are coming, as the company has just quietly unveiled, in its Chromium blog, that it is finally ready to extend the reach of Chrome apps to mobile platforms. It was previously rumoured to happen, but Google remained quiet even after the news spread fast. But now that it’s official, it is seen as a landmark announcement, as this might be a strategic move for all things Google, going forward. With Chromebooks gaining ground in the notebook space, thanks to several OEMs backing it up with some really interesting products, Google is now taking the bustling platform to mobile. This is a move that the whole industry has been expecting, ever since Google replaced Andy Rubin with Sundar Pichai, the Chrome boss at the Mountain View company. Having developed a tool chain for packaging Chrome apps into native shells for both iOS and Android, this Google-blessed offering will be a dream come true for many developers.
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