Category: Apps & Software

Unlocked Moto Z Now Receiving Android 8.0 Oreo

Motorola has begun rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade to 2016’s unlocked Moto Z. The update has formally been confirmed by Motorola and is being received by multiple users over the air. Here […]

LG G6 Now Getting Android 8.0 Oreo Update on Verizon

Users of LG’s G6 are in for a treat today. If you’re the owner of the device and have service through Verizon, you can expect an upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo as the software has […]

Netflix in HDR Can Now Be Played on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, P20, and Sony Xperia XZ2

Netflix has updated its list of supported devices for HDR content playback with three new additions: the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, P20, and Sony Xperia XZ2. Now, owners of these smartphones can enjoy higher quality […]

Apple Releases Sixth iOS 11.4 Beta for Testing

Just a few days after the fifth build was seeded, Apple today began rolling out the sixth beta of iOS 11.4 for testing on the iPhone and iPad. To install the new build on your registered […]

Instagram Now Lets You Share Traditional Posts to Your Story

Instagram is beginning to roll out a new feature that lets you share traditional posts in your feed to your Story. To do so, you tap the paper airplane icon underneath the image and choose […]

Google Pixel Buds Get New Gestures, Including Triple-Tap to Shut Down

Google has begun rolling out new updates to its wireless headphones known as Pixel Buds. The updates include new gestures to perform actions, including one that probably should’ve been there in the first place, and […]

You Can Now Use Google’s ARCore on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Back when Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus earlier this year, buyers couldn’t load up augmented reality experiences due to lack of support for Google’s ARCore. It wasn’t clear why the phones weren’t […]

Google is Making its Cloud Storage Offerings Simpler

Google today announced it’s making the cloud storage services it offers a lot simpler by placing them under one name: Google One. This isn’t a sort of rebranding of Drive or anything, but it should […]

Apple Seeds watchOS 4.3.1 Beta 5 to Testers

Apple today began rolling out the fifth beta build of watchOS 4.3.1 for testing on the Apple Watch before an initial release to the public in the near future. This comes a week after the […]

Apple Releases Fifth macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 Beta

Apple today began seeding registered testers with the fifth beta build of macOS High Sierra 10.13.5. This comes a week after the fourth beta was released. To install the build, head over to the “Updates” tab […]

tvOS 11.4 Beta 5 Now Available for Apple TV

After last week’s release of tvOS 11.4 beta 4, Apple today began rolling out build 5 of the future OS upgrade for the Apple TV. To install the new build on your registered Apple TV, head over […]

Apple Rolling Out iOS 11.4 Beta 5 to Testers

Apple today began rolling out the fifth beta of iOS 11.4 to registered beta testers for debugging on the iPhone and iPad before an initial release to the public. This comes a week after the […]

Google Updates YouTube with HDR Playback for iPhone

Google has released an update to YouTube that adds HDR video playback to the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X. Previously, the feature made its way to those with a Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note […]

Instagram Now Lets You Vote in Stories with Emojis

Instagram is rolling out an update that lets users vote for things you post in your Stories with emojis. A new slider sticker will allow users to tell you how they feel about something, whether […]

Google Home Max is Getting an Update That Will Significantly Reduce Audio Latency

For users of Google’s $400 Google Home Max smart speaker, you may notice a slight issue with the audio jack on the back. When you plug a 3.5mm audio source into the speaker, there’s a […]

Google Drive is Getting a Redesign, Rolling Out Now

Following the major redesign of Gmail, Google has announced it’s rolling out a fresh look for its cloud storage solution, Google Drive. The service’s new look will mimic the new Gmail to an extent with […]

Microsoft is Testing a Cloud Clipboard and Other Features in Windows 10

A new Insiders build of Windows 10 (labeled 17666) is beginning to roll out to those in the Fast ring, and Microsoft has noted quite a few changes users can expect to see after installing […]

Google’s Chrome OS to Get Linux App Support

At its I/O 2018 developers conference this week, Google announced a big new addition to its lightweight Chrome OS operating system: the ability to install and run apps built for Linux. This means that developers […]

Google’s ARCore Now Supports Shared Experiences on Android and iOS

At I/O 2018, Google is announcing some new updates for its ARCore augmented reality platform, one of which is shared experiences. By using a new capability called Cloud Anchors, Google is able to allow more […]

You Can Now Load Your Boarding Passes and Tickets into Google Pay

Google has announced at I/O 2018 its updating its Google Pay mobile payments app with support for storing your boarding passes and tickets. This comes after the app added support for public transit back in […]