Instagram has updated its apps with a new feature that lets you have fun with the way you reply to a direct message. You can reply to direct messages using photos and videos.
Instagram has rolled out yet another update to Stories. The latest update brings the ability to reply to Stories with photos and videos. Prior to this update, you could only reply to Stories via a simple message.
Google’s Area 120 incubator project has launched a new app which is aimed at social video viewing. Dubbed as Uptime, the app allows users to watch videos in real time along with their friends. Continue reading “Uptime app by Google lets you watch YouTube videos with your friends”
Your Instagram feed is going to be more vibrant now. A new update from the popular Facebook owned video sharing app will now allow users to let its more than 600 million users to post up to 10 photos or videos in a single post.
It looks like soon you will be able to do a lot more with your WhatsApp status. The Facebook owned instant messenger is taking a cue from Snapchat and Instagram to bring a feature similar to Stories.
In a bid to bank further on the video content, Twitter has increased the video limit on its platform. The micro blogging site will now allow users to upload and share videos upto 140 seconds.
YouTube has rolled out Smart Offline feature in India that lets mobile users take advantage of cheaper mobile data rates at night. A number of telecom operators offer affordable night packs in the country.
Stock camera apps have come a long way in the past few years and offer a lot of customisation but that is often restricted to flagship products. What if you want a similar experience on your Android smartphone to be able to make the best of your smartphone’s camera and flex your photography muscles. That’s when 3rd party apps come into the picture and we have compiled a list of 5 camera apps that we feel can really take your camera experience to the next level on Android.
As someone who writes about smartphones and gadgets for a living, you are bound to have come across almost every device that releases in the market. In the case of the Sony Xperia family, I had the pleasure of not just using but owning almost every flagship device released in the Z family. This includes the Z, Z Ultra, Z1, Z2 and Z3 in that order.
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.
Vines are quite a popular trend nowadays since they are able to entertain people and grab their attention in such a short time span. More often than not, people love to do their own versions of popular Vine videos and the audio remix feature helps people do it much easier.
Instagram is introducing a new video feature called “Best Videos” which is basically a curated video channel like Snapchat Stories and Twitter Moments.
The Moto X Style from Motorola is the flagship product in the X series from Motorola this year. While the Moto X Play came out earlier last month, the X Style went official in India this month. It is basically a high-end smartphone that has a design that is quite similar to the Moto X Play but has much more beefed up specifications and features. We had reviewed the Moto X Play and we found that it is a really good smartphone and that it is one of the best in its price segment. Will the Moto X Style be able to impress us as much or even more so? Let’s find out in the review.
This is the third year running that Motorola have announced updates in the Moto X series of smartphones. However, this year is a little bit different as they introduced not one but 2 new smartphones in the X series. The first is a high-end model known as the Moto X Style and the second is a mid-ranger known as the Moto X Play. The X Play was recently launched in India at really competitive prices i.e Rs 18,499 for the 16GB version and Rs 19,999 for the 32GB version. The features and specifications promise to put up a fight with the other contenders in this price range. Let us take a closer look and see whether the phone lives up to expectations.
HTC has updated its Zoe app, that lets users create, share, and remix “professional quality highlight videos” on Android devices 4.4 or later, with new features and improvements. The latest update 2.0 that is available at Play Store includes a new smart trim feature and longer clips.