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Monthly Archives: September 2018

OnePlus 6 Now Getting Upgraded to Android 9 Pie

Following a short beta process that was introduced earlier this month, OnePlus has begun rolling out Android 9 Pie to owners of the OnePlus 6. The update comes in the form of OxygenOS 9.0 which includes the company’s own customizations on top of a nearly

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Instagram Now Lets You Send GIFs in Direct

Instagram has announced a new update it’s rolling out to its mobile app that allows users to share GIFs to friends within its Direct messaging section. Now, instead of being forced to send text, photos, or videos, you can send a GIF using Giphy integration

UNREAL Mobile Review (2018): Absolutely Worth It

Earlier this year, I got the chance to review FreedomPop, a carrier who offers free data plans for those on serious budgets. It came with plenty of exceptions, but it’s a good service nonetheless. Recently, one of my contacts at FreedomPop reached out and asked

Google’s First Smart Display Leaks Out in New Images

Google is rumored to unveil its own Assistant-powered Smart Display at this October’s Pixel 3 event, and now, we have our first look at the device thanks to newly-leaked images. Via MySmartPrice, we’re getting our first official-appearing look at what’s called the Google Home Hub.

Apple Releases First watchOS 5.1 Beta for Testing

Following the release of watchOS 5 to all users yesterday, Apple has already begun rolling out the first build of watchOS 5.1 for test-driving on the Apple Watch. If you’d like to give the new beta a go on your registered watch, head over to the Apple Watch app

Apple Releases First tvOS 12.1 Beta to Testers

Following yesterday’s release of tvOS 12 to the public, Apple today released the first beta of tvOS 12.1 for debugging on the Apple TV. Registered beta testers can install the new build by going to the Software Update section of the Settings app and hitting the download button. The latest beta

Apple Seeds iOS 12.1 Beta 1 to Testers

After releasing iOS 12 just yesterday to the public, Apple has already begun rolling out the first beta of iOS 12.1 for testing on the iPhone and iPad. Registered beta testers can install the update by heading over to Settings > General > Software update. From there, you’ll see

Instagram Makes it Easier to Shop in its App

Instagram is taking further steps today to make shopping in its mobile app easier for users. According to the social media network, it’s adding a new Shopping tab in Explore that lets users see products brands are selling using the existing shopping tools available for

Apple Releases Siri Shortcuts App for iOS 12 Users

Apple has released its Siri Shortcuts app for iOS 12 users today on the App Store. The app coincides with the release of iOS 12 that includes things like grouped notifications, Scree Time management tools, and faster performance. The Shortcuts app replaces Apple-purchased Workflow, an