Just a few weeks ago Whatsapp replaced its text-based status feature with a Snapchat clone, allowing you to post images or videos as a status (same way you can with Snapchat), which also disappears 24 hours later. Now, after Continue reading “Whatsapp will bring back its text-based status feature”
For months now has Apple’s iOS had a better hand at Google’s keyboard(Gboard), but now it is available for Android too.
If you want a keyboard app that has many features built in; including gifs, emojis, plain old smileys ;), does glide typing and most important, Google search built-in, Gboard is the keyboard app for you. Continue reading “Gboard – Google’s keyboard app”
The widely known media streaming service, Netflix has finally released the biggest update to their system that everyone was hoping for since the day Netflix started off. Continue reading “Netflix offline viewing – Android & iOS”
MyVR is a social VR platform created by MyWebRoom. Head to the link to read up on it.
The famous six-second clip platform, Vine is said to be killed off by Twitter in the upcoming months.
Vine is a platform where people post six second videos in the hopes of them going “viral”. Vine has been up for the public since 2013 and since then it made a huge difference in the way we discover new artists, dancers, comedians and Continue reading “Death of Vine”
Just two days ago I made an announcement that Google’s chat app, Allo would be releasing this week. It was more of a rumor going around but looks like The facts were proven.
Google’s sophisticated messaging app is finally out on Play Store. It’s not yet available for everyone, but rest assured; IT IS HERE… Continue reading “Allo is here!”
If you are like me and you follow news about tech and Google, you must know about “Allo”, Googles AI messaging app.
If you don’t know, I’m here to explain, well Google is here to explain. This is the description of Allo on Play Store: Continue reading “Google’s “Allo” messaging app releasing this week?”
Just a week ago was it mentioned that Google will be dropping the Nexus brand of their phones and naming it “Pixel”.
Just previously was the Nexus launcher leaked, showing a whole bunch of new features and add-ons. The “Nexus Launcher” does not have an app drawer icon, but it is there, just under the static icons at the bottom of the screen. There were a lot of features but Continue reading “Google Pixel Launcher”