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Gmail App For iOS Gets Google Pay Features: How To Send And Request Money Easily

Gmail for iOS got a new update that adds an email snooze option, as well as the ability to make financial transactions via Google Pay. Here's how to send and request money through the Gmail iOS app.

Apps/Software May 9, 2018

Facebook Rolls Out New Update That Includes Rewinding Live Videos

Facebook enhanced the Facebook Live experience for both app users and publishers. It added several new features such as the Live Rewind and crossposting that is expected to expand the social media network’s video services.

Apps/Software May 8, 2018

Ticketmaster Might Soon Replace Tickets With Facial Recognition

In the future, you might be able to walk into a concert with just your face, no ticket required. Ticketmaster and Live Nation have invested in a company called Blink Identity that claims to have sophisticated facial recognition technology.

Apps/Software May 9, 2018

Rumor: Twitter Is Testing An Encrypted Messaging Feature

Twitter’s newest feature is end-to-end encryption for direct messages, something a number of users have been requesting for a long time. The feature shows up in the latest Twitter APK, indicating imminent rollout.

Apps/Software May 8, 2018

Microsoft Introduces Cortana And Alexa Integration At Microsoft Build Conference

Microsoft shocked the technology world when it announced a collaboration with Amazon at the 2018 Microsoft Build Conference. The companies are working on a way to integrate their two smart assistants.

Apps/Software May 7, 2018

Instagram Might Incorporate Music Into Its App, According To Leaked Code

A piece of Instagram’s code has been leaked to the public. This leaked piece of code previewed that the social media network might integrate music into future software updates.

Apps/Software May 7, 2018

There Will Be No Ads On Facebook Dating App: Why This Matters

You won’t see ads on Facebook’s online dating service, the company confirms. That’s probably a wise move for a company that’s embroiled in one of the worst data scandals in history.

Apps/Software May 7, 2018

WhatsApp Black Dot Prank Message Crashes App: Here's How It Works

A WhatsApp prank message, featuring a black dot, is causing the app to hang and crash on Android smartphones for users who accept its dare. Here is the secret behind the seemingly innocent message.

Apps/Software May 7, 2018

Custom GIF Creation Now Coming To Gboard For Android

The Android version of Gboard now lets users create custom GIFs, just like on iOS. The feature is still in beta, however, so other folks might have to wait a bit before getting the new tool.

Apps/Software May 5, 2018

Google Assistant Now Lets You Buy Movie Tickets: Here’s How

OK Google — buy me tickets for ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story.' That’s right, Google Assistant now allows in-app ticket purchases, and you don’t even have to download the Fandango app.

Apps/Software May 5, 2018

Vine Co-Founder Postpones App's Sequel V2 Indefinitely: 'I'm Very, Very Sorry'

On Friday, May 4, Vine Founder Dom Hoffman said that the sequel to social media app Vine called V2 is delayed indefinitely. He originally announced the app was going to launch by the summer of 2018.

Apps/Software May 4, 2018

Google Chrome Crashing, Freezing After Windows 10 April 2018 Update? Microsoft Is Working On It

A bug within the Windows 10 April Update is causing devices to freeze or crash when using Google Chrome. Microsoft, Google, and Intel are now working on a fix.

Apps/Software May 6, 2018

Shopping Will Soon Be Possible Directly On Instagram

Get ready to go shopping on Instagram. The app is starting to incorporate native payments for some partners and if all goes well, Instagram could end up being a key player in the e-commerce space.

Apps/Software May 4, 2018

Facebook Used Your Instagram Photos To Train Its Image Recognition AI: Another Privacy Issue?

To enhance its image recognition technology, Facebook has the best source of images in the world: Instagram. Could this be another privacy issue for the company, though?

Apps/Software May 5, 2018

Facebook Is Redesigning Messenger To Make It Simpler, Cleaner, Faster

Facebook is radically redesigning its Messenger app to cut certain bloat and make a cleaner, simpler interface. Messenger Lite users, is it time to switch back?

Apps/Software May 2, 2018

Facebook Dating App Unveiled: Zuckerberg Throws Shade At Tinder

A Facebook dating app is coming soon, which will match users with potential love interests according to their dating profiles. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the service and took the opportunity to throw shade at other dating apps such as Tinder.

Apps/Software May 2, 2018

The 5 Best New Features Arriving On Instagram Today

Facebook revealed new Instagram features at the F8 developer conference. Instagram users will now have access to video chat, new augmented reality filters, and integration with Spotify.

Apps/Software May 1, 2018

Oculus Working On Immersive Theater: Viewers Will Interact With Actors In Virtual Reality

Oculus is working on a so-called immersive theater, which will be a new form of virtual reality entertainment. Virtual reality headset wearers will enter a virtual world where they can interact with actors who will provide an interactive performance.

Apps/Software May 1, 2018

MoviePass No Longer Allows You To Watch The Same Movie More Than Once

MoviePass won’t let you watch a film twice unlike before. The move is part of the company’s plan not to bleed even more money because of its too-good-to-be-true service.

Apps/Software April 28, 2018

Facebook Messenger Kids Getting Sleep Mode Giving Parents Greater Control Over Usage

Facebook Messenger Kids will be getting a new feature that allows parents to control at what times children can access the app called Sleep Mode. This app gets a major change after facing criticisms.

Apps/Software May 1, 2018

Facebook Ad Wants You To Remember The Good Old Days: Before 'Data Misuse' And Fake News

Facebook released a video as part of its latest advertising campaign. The video highlighted how good Facebook has been before the issues of data misuse, fake news, and more came.

Apps/Software April 28, 2018

Google Debuts Standalone ‘Tasks’ App For A Simpler And Uncluttered To-Do Experience

Google’s new Tasks app offers standard to-do list functionalities in a clean, simple, and no-frills package. Better yet, it’s part of G Suite, meaning it might stay here for a while, unlike Google’s other failed projects.

Apps/Software April 26, 2018

Expect To See Unskippable Ads On Snapchat Soon

Snap Inc. will begin testing six-seconds ads on Snapchat this May, which users won’t be able to skip. It’s a drastic move that indicates the company is struggling to pull revenue.

Apps/Software April 26, 2018

Google Is Replacing Play Music With YouTube Remix Streaming Service: Report

Google Play Music was reported to get shut down soon after forcing all of its users to a new music streaming service. The rumored YouTube Remix service will take its place.

Apps/Software April 25, 2018

Instagram Now Allows You To Export Photos, User Info, And More: Here’s How

Like on Twitter and Facebook, you can now get a copy of your entire Instagram data. Simply go to Instagram web, submit your email, and wait for up to 48 hours.

Apps/Software April 26, 2018

WhatsApp Incorporates Facebook, Instagram Video Features Into Latest iOS Update

WhatsApp gives iOS users exclusive features that will connect the app with two social media networks. Users will now be able to freely watch videos from Facebook and Instagram without leaving the app.

Apps/Software May 7, 2018

Spotify Officially Unveils Revamped App For Free Users With On-Demand Playlists, Features Less Shuffling

Spotify showcased its revamped app for free users for the first time since 2014. Free users will now get to shuffle less but for a limited selection.

Apps/Software April 24, 2018

Facebook Shares Secret Community Standards For Censoring Users' Posts

Facebook publicly shared the previously secret community standards that it uses to police its users' posts. The rulebook shows moderators how to deal with terrorism, hate speech, racism, self-harm, and other content that are against the rules.

Apps/Software April 24, 2018

Stop Using Internet Explorer: Browser's Zero-Day Exploit Leaves Users Vulnerable To Malware

A security firm had found a serious flaw in Internet Explorer that made it vulnerable to a malware attack. The group behind the attack is delivering the double-kill vulnerability through Microsoft Office files on a global scale.

Apps/Software April 26, 2018

Amazon Key Can Deliver Packages To Your Car: Perks And Limitations

Amazon wanted to deliver packages straight to the trunk of your car, and it ensures that it's safe. Amazon Key in-car deliveries are launching in 37 U.S. cities, but only for select vehicles.

Apps/Software April 24, 2018

PayPal Now Available In Samsung Pay: How To Use It

PayPal integration finally rolled out to Samsung Pay, nearly one year after the announcement. Here's how to set things up in just a few easy steps.

Apps/Software April 24, 2018

New Chrome UI: Google Is Testing New Material Design For The Browser

Google released a new UI for Chrome, which literally rounds up the edges. The new design is in line with Material Design 2 that already made its way to other Google products.

Apps/Software April 25, 2018

Huawei Reportedly Working On AI Digital Assistant That Can Understand Human Emotions, Not Just Commands

Huawei wants to develop an advanced AI assistant that would be able to understand human emotions and respond accordingly rather than just take and execute basic commands. The assistant should be able to prolong conversations and ease one's loneliness.

Apps/Software April 25, 2018

Google Launches Grasshopper App For People Who Always Wanted To Learn How To Code

Google rolled out Grasshopper, a free app that aims to teach people how to code in JavaScript with entertaining puzzles. The app is the latest product of Area 120, which is the incubator for the side projects of Google employees.

Apps/Software April 20, 2018

Amazon Alexa Blueprints Enable All Users To Create Customized Skills And Responses In Minutes

Amazon just launched a new tool called Alexa Blueprints, allowing anyone to create customized skills and responses without any coding skills. Here's how it works.

Apps/Software April 19, 2018

Netflix Mobile Apps Finally Get Short Video Previews: Now On iOS, 'Coming Soon' On Android

Netflix video previews were officially rolling out mobile, but just for iOS users at first. The feature is coming soon on Android as well, so here's what you get.

Apps/Software April 20, 2018

Facebook Allegedly Planning To Build Its Own Processors: What This Means For You

Mirroring Apple, Facebook is reportedly going to be developing its own processors for future hardware products. Offerings such as the Oculus Go and its planned smart speakers stand to benefit from in-house chips.

Apps/Software April 19, 2018

WhatsApp Gets ‘Dismiss As Admin’ Feature: Here’s What It Does

WhatsApp gets two new much-needed features. The first lets users remove a member’s administrator privileges without kicking them out of the group, and the second lets them pin high priority notifications at the top.

Apps/Software April 19, 2018

Free Underrated Apps Everyone Should Download Now

There are over 2 million apps on the market, and some of them are more useful than others. Here are 20 free underrated apps everyone should download.

Apps/Software April 24, 2018

Amazon's New Android Web Browser Is Called 'Internet'

Unbeknownst to many, Amazon released an Android-based web browser, and it has been available in India for over a month now. Called the Internet, Amazon described it as fast, light, and private.

Apps/Software April 19, 2018

Spotify Launches Redesigned UI, And It Could Be The New Free Tier Version

Spotify silently rolled out an update to select users that drastically changed the UI. The new design looked to be more colorful with some added perks from the Premium version.

Apps/Software April 19, 2018

You Can Now Create Your Own Face Filters On Snapchat

Snapchat finally opens up its Lens Studio platform to let creators develop their custom face filters, aside from World Lenses. The company is releasing a handful of new templates to play around with.

Apps/Software April 18, 2018

Russia Demands Apple And Google To Eliminate Telegram App From Stores

The Russian government has ordered that Apple and Google remove Telegram from their respective app stores. Telegram has over 200 million users as they can communicate private messages with each other.

Apps/Software April 17, 2018

WhatsApp Photo Contained Fingerprint That Helps UK Cops Catch Drug Dealer

Police in the UK was able to extract a fingerprint from a picture sent on WhatsApp to catch a drug dealer. Police are calling the work 'groundbreaking' and implying that it is the future of law enforcement.

Apps/Software April 17, 2018

Amid #DeleteFacebook Scandal, Dating App Bumble Will Let Users Log In Without A Facebook Account

Dating app Bumble changed its login and registration system to bypass Facebook altogether. The change goes into effect on April 17 as a response to the whole #DeleteFacebook scandal.

Apps/Software April 16, 2018

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