WhatsApp launched Status for Android and iOS in February this year. Now, the feature is available for web client of WhatsApp as well. The latest update bumps WhatsApp for Web to version 0.2.5856.
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You can finally use Google Allo on your desktop. The web client of the Assistant-powered messenger app was in the works since the beginning of this year. Continue reading “Google Allo finally arrives on the web, only pairs with Android phones”
Facebook has updated Live to add the ability for users to go live directly from their desktop. Users can now go live on Facebook via a web browser to Pages. The social network says the new tools and improvements will give publishers more control, customization, and flexibility over their broadcasts. Continue reading “Facebook Live now lets you live stream from web”
Google has officially launched Play Music Podcast, as expected. Available on Android and Web, users can collect and stream podcasts. Continue reading “Google Play Music Podcasts officially launched for Android and Web”
Google has finally updated Calendar for Web with support for Reminders. The move comes months after it added Reminders support for Android and iOS in December. Continue reading “Google Calendar for Web gets Reminders”
Instagram is beefing up offerings for its desktop client. The photo sharing app has added a new notifications tab for the Web app.
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Google has added a new outline tool for Docs on Web and Android. The feature which is present in the left pane of the page, outlines headers for each section of your document, making it simple to quickly jump from one section to another.
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Twitter has revamped the way it displays photos for its desktop client. The micro blogging site will no longer crop photos on your timeline when you access it via Web.
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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.
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Microsoft has taken a cue from Facebook and added two features to Outlook for the web. The company has added ‘likes’ and @mentions feature to its email client in the latest update.
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Earlier this week, Google redesigned its logo as the company got restructured under a new parent company called Alphablet. Now, Google has announced that it has started rolling out redesigned logos and icons of several of its apps on web and Android.
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Skype has expanded its support for free group voice and video calling to Web and Outlook.com. With the latest update, users can add upto 25 people to a voice call and up to 10 to a video call.
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Instagram is finally bringing search tools to its web client. The latest update will allow users to search for certain accounts, hashtags and locations on the web.
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Google is bringing new customization features to Gmail on Web. The Gmail app on web is getting new themes and emoji that will spruce up your email experience.
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Twitter is making conversation even easier to follow. Similar to what micro-blogging company did with the conversation in the home timeline, it announced on Monday that it has made some changes to how conversations are shown on the Tweet page for easy follow up. Continue reading “Twitter makes it easy to follow conversations from Tweet page”