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Viber Update Adds ‘Secret Messages’ Feature: Users Can Now Send Self-Destructing Photos And Videos

Viber has just released an update that adds a ‘secret messaging’ feature to the popular messaging app, wherein users can send photos or video that self-destruct after a given period. The update is available now on both iOS and Android.

Apps/Software February 6, 2017

Yalu iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Update: YES, Jailbreak iOS 10.1.1 Is Coming To iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus

Good news for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus owners: a Yalu102 jailbreak will soon be coming to you. Luca Todesco confirms on Twitter that an update for Apple's flagship phones will come in the future.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

Skype Is Getting Better But Older Versions Won't Work From March

Skype is all set to get better and Microsoft has stated that users needs to update their apps to the latest version. Come March, the older version of Skype will not function.

Apps/Software February 4, 2017

Google Chrome To Make Web Apps As Powerful As Native Ones

Soon, you can add web apps to your phone's home screen and app drawer, thanks to Google's Progressive Web Apps. The new feature will make web apps function like native apps in an Android device.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

Self-Publishing Platform Medium Comes Up With Subscription Plans To Stay Afloat

Despite readership growth and an increased number of posts last year, Medium finds itself in a financial bind. The company plans to come up with subscription plans to make the platform more profitable.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

WhatsApp Beta Update: Enjoy iOS Emojis In Android Devices

WhatsApp Messenger’s latest beta update will bring in loads of new emojis for its users. The Unicode 9.0 emojis promote gender equality and will available in various skin tones.

Apps/Software February 4, 2017

Windows 10 Cloud: Early Build Of Microsoft’s Answer To Chrome OS Leaks

Screenshots of Windows Cloud, apparently Microsoft’s own version of a Chrome OS-like platform, have been leaked. There’s no word, however, on when the company plans to release the lightweight OS.

Apps/Software February 4, 2017

Google To Remove Now Launcher From The Play Store Sometime In Q1 2017

Google will reportedly pull the Google Now Launcher from the Play Store before Q1 2017 ends. The launcher, however, will still be functional, but don’t expect major updates moving forward.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

‘The Godfather: Family Dynasty’ Mobile Game Is A Hit For Mobster Fans

Enter the world of Vito Corleone and build a crime empire thanks to the new ‘Godfather’ mobile game based on the iconic movie franchise.

Apps/Software February 9, 2017

YouTube Rolls Out Double Tap Function To Fast Forward And Rewind Videos

Some iOS and Android users reported having the ability to double tap on videos to fast forwarding rewind by 10 seconds in the YouTube app.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

Sony PlayStation 4 Update Bringing External Hard Drive Support And More, Sony Reveals

Sony's update 4.50 is now in beta testing and a number of neat features are in tow. Among the highlights, the update will finally bring support for external hard drives.

Apps/Software February 4, 2017

Tinder Users Predict Patriots Win Super Bowl, And Everyone Would Swipe Right For Brady

According to a Tinder ‘Super Poll,’ the New England Patriots will win Super Bowl LI, as Tom Brady is the most liked player among users.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Running Android 7.0 Nougat Gets Update With Bug Fixes

Samsung rolled out Android 7.0 Nougat to its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge flagships last month, albeit most regions are just starting to get the treat. The Galaxy S7 edge is now getting another update, bringing some bug fixes and stability improvements.

Apps/Software February 4, 2017

Plex Gets Amazon Alexa Integration, But With Limitations: 'We Got Skillz' [Video]

Plex is taking its first steps toward home automation and it now supports voice control thanks to Amazon Alexa. Here's what you need to know about this new Alexa skill and its limitations.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

Siri For iPhone 8 Getting Smarter But How Can It Beat Google Assistant And Amazon Alexa?

Apple is working to improve Siri in time for its flagship phone's launch this September. The A.I. has fallen behind after facing tough competition from Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

Hater App: How To Find Love Based On Things You Hate In Common

A new dating app matches users based on mutual dislikes. The app's unique premise isn’t just fun, but it may just be what daters need right now.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

Android Nougat Beta: How To Test Android 7.1.2 Nougat Developer Preview On Your Phone

You can now beta test Android 7.1.2 Nougat, the latest version of the Android OS open for nitpicking. Find out how to download and install this recent build on your device.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

Protest Against Uber's Practices During Controversial Immigration Ban Reportedly Resulted In 200,000 Deleted Uber Accounts

Over 200,000 Uber accounts were deleted as part of a protest against Uber’s perceived exploitation of a concerning political climate, according to a new report. The pressure has even led Uber’s chief to step down from Trump’s advisory council.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

Outlook For iOS Update Brings Support For Third-Party App Integrations Called ‘Add-Ins’

Microsoft has begun opening up its Outlook app for iOS to third-party developers via Add-ins, downloadable extensions that provide extra productivity services for Outlook users. The feature is now rolling out to Office 365 users.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

HTC One M9 Starts Getting Android 7.0 Nougat

HTC has rolled out Android 7.0 Nougat update for One M9 users. The update is currently available to countries in mainland Europe, Turkey and Africa but will be pushed out to more regions in a few days.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

Is Snapchat's Growth Hampered By Instagram? Platform Faces Competition (Again) From Facebook

Snapchat experienced a slower user growth in the last two quarters of 2016. The company is facing stiff competition from Instagram, and could be facing another competition in Facebook.

Apps/Software February 4, 2017

Google Chrome For iOS Update Adds In-App QR And Barcode Scanner

Google has come out with an update to Chrome for iOS that turns it into a QR and Barcode scanner. With this, the need for installing third-party QR and Barcode scanners becomes almost negligible.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

The Best Apps To Love This Valentine’s Day

From finding love to planning the perfect girls night, here re the best apps to download for this Valentine’s Day.

Apps/Software February 7, 2017

Android 7.1.2 Brings Google Pixel's Fingerprint Gestures To The Nexus 5X

The fingerprint gestures of the Google Pixel have been among the most requested features among Nexus users, and the Nexus 5X finally gets the treat with Android 7.1.2. Nexus 5X beta testers can now swipe on the fingerprint scanner to see or hide notifications.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

Samsung Pay Mini Heading To Android Devices This Quarter

Samsung has announced the Pay Mini app in South Korea, which will be available for all Android smartphones. The service will be compatible with smartphones running Android Lollipop or above.

Apps/Software February 3, 2017

PayPal Phishing Scam: How It Works And How To Avoid Becoming A Victim

PayPal users are falling victim to a new phishing scam that tricks them into divulging login credentials to hackers. Users are being sent a spoofed PayPal email that alerts them to a problem with their account.

Apps/Software February 2, 2017

Multi-Photo Posts On Instagram Could Soon Be Possible

Rumors suggest that Instagram version 10.7.0 may possibly bring the multi-photo option users’ way. The exact date of the upcoming feature's arrival is not known.

Apps/Software February 2, 2017

Tired Of Seeing Political Posts On Your Facebook Feed? Here's How To Remove Them

Even though the election is over, your Facebook feed is still full of political drama. Give yourself a much-needed break by taking the politics out of your News Feed.

Apps/Software February 5, 2017

Snap Inc Testing Snapchat Lenses That Overlay Augmented Reality Animation On Landscapes

Smarter filter are reportedly being developed for Snapchat, ones that can overlay augmented reality animations onscreen. Don’t expect them to come any time soon, however.

Apps/Software February 2, 2017

Google Play Store February 2017: The New Apps, Music, Movies And TV Shows Available To Download

New titles available in February in the Google Play Store include the mobile game ‘Fire Emblem: Heroes,’ the movie ‘Doctor Strange,’ and the book ‘Empire’s End: Aftermath.’

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

Snapchat Lets Users Create QR 'Snapcodes' That Launches Websites

The new iOS update for Snapchat features the ability to create unique QR codes that will launch any website from within the app.

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

T-Mobile Galaxy S7 And Galaxy S7 Edge To Get Android 7.0 Nougat Soon

T-Mobile may soon roll out the much-awaited Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge phones. The update is currently in testing as revealed by the carrier's support page.

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

OnePlus Said To Have Cheated AnTuTu And Geekbench Benchmark Apps

OnePlus and Meizu reportedly cheated on benchmarking apps in Geekbench and AnTuTu. Handsets from these two companies artificially performed better while these apps were opened.

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

Nexus 6 And Nexus 9 Will Not Get Android 7.1.2 Nougat, Confirms Google

Google has announced a confirmed list of compatible devices that shall receive the Android 7.1.2 Nougat update. The Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, however, did not make the cut.

Apps/Software February 2, 2017

Facebook Is Working On A Video-Focused App For Set-Top TV Boxes: This Is How It Will Work

A report claims that Facebook is working on a video-focused app for set-top TV boxes such as Apple TV. Facebook is also holding discussions with various media companies on the possible licensing of long-form TV-quality programs.

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

Google Chrome For iOS Becomes Open Source, Development Speed Improves

Google has now made the Chrome for iOS code open source. The move essentially invites other developers to build on the code and create their own third-party browsers for the iOS platform.

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

Android 7.1.2 Nougat Beta Factory Images Now Available For Download

You can now install the Android 7.1.2 Nougat Beta build after Google posted its factory images. Supported devices include Google Pixel C, Nexus Player, Google Pixel, and Pixel XL.

Apps/Software February 1, 2017

Comcast To Start Testing Xfinity TV Beta App For Roku: Free For Now, Monthly Charge Later

Comcast has now opened up the Xfinity TV beta app to owners of Roku streaming devices for testing. The test run is free to use now, but additional outlet charges are on the cards when the service officially launches.

Apps/Software January 31, 2017

Microsoft Cortana Beta Program Coming Soon To iPhone

Microsoft has developed a new beta program for Cortana on the iPhone. Thanks to the Cortana update, iPhone users will soon be able to access new features.

Apps/Software January 31, 2017

Instagram For Windows 10 Mobile Gets Updated, Brings Night Mode And Boomerang Support

Instagram has finally rolled out an update for smartphones running on the Windows 10 Mobile platform. The update brings Boomerang, hands-free and night mode features users’ way.

Apps/Software January 31, 2017

Siri Updated To Answer Super Bowl Questions: Here's What You Can Ask

With the final NFL Super Bowl 51 game all set to be played at the NRG stadium, Apple has updated Siri. Siri will be able to answer all Super Bowl-related questions thanks to this update.

Apps/Software January 31, 2017

Twitter Promises To Roll Out 'Long Overdue' Fixes That Fight Harassment This Week

Twitter promises to roll out changes in security to prevent online harassment of users. The promise made by Twitter is expected to take effect within the week.

Apps/Software February 2, 2017

Google Introduces Android 7.1.2 Beta, Begins Rollout To Nexus And Pixel Devices Except Nexus 6P

Google has now rolled out the Android 7.1.2 beta build to all testers with eligible devices enrolled in Google’s beta program. The new update contains bug fixes, optimizations, and refinements.

Apps/Software January 31, 2017

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