Tag: Apps

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 […]

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 […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

Google Maps Gets Redesigned with New ‘For You’ Tab, Personal Recommendations, AR Navigation

Google gave its Maps app a big redesign today at I/O 2018 and introduced a suite of new features that will roll out to both iOS and Android users this summer. For starters, there’s a […]

Google News Gets a Dedicated App with Tailored Feed, Full Coverage, More

Google is making an effort to change the way we consume news. Today during its I/O 2018 keynote, the company unveiled an all-new Google News app that will begin rolling out to iOS and Android […]

Google Photos Gains Suggested Actions, Document Conversion

Google has announced a slew of new features for its Photos app at I/O 2018. The company says over 5 billion pictures are viewed in the app every day across users and they want to provide […]

Microsoft Timeline Expanding to Both iOS and Android

After initially unveiling the feature yesterday, Microsoft on stage at Build 2018 formally announced Timeline would be coming to Android via the Microsoft Launcher. With the tap of a button, users will be able to […]

Amazon Alexa Can Now Be Your Default Assistant on Android

Amazon has had its Alexa voice assistant accessible to Android users for some time now, but it’s never been that easy to summon it. You’ve traditionally had to open the Alexa app to start a […]

Microsoft is Bringing Windows Timeline to its Android Launcher

During its Build 2018 developers conference in Seattle, Microsoft announced it will be bringing Timeline to its Android home screen replacement, Microsoft Launcher (via Neowin). If you recall, the feature allows users to go back […]

Microsoft Will Soon Let You Mirror Your Phone on Your Windows 10 PC

At its Build 2018 developers conference this week, Microsoft has announced a new app for Windows 10 called “Your Phone.” Shipping in the next major upgrade for the operating system which will likely arrive this […]

Hands-On: Flitter for iOS is the Twitter App You Deserve

It seems every few weeks, there’s some sort of new social media app or client that tries to shake things up. Twitter, for instance, as seen its own fair share of clients over the past […]

Lenovo’s Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Now Supports Multiplayer

Lenovo’s awesome Droid-slaying AR kit, Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, has received a free update for both iOS and Android users. Backed by overwhelming demand, the app now lets two players battle each other in a […]

Newton Mail Update Brings Sent Messages to Your Inbox

Newton Mail, the $49.99/year email app, has received an update that makes it easier to see your messages all in one place. With the latest version of the app, rolling out now to all supported […]

Facebook is Finally Gonna Redesign Messenger

Facebook has been corroding its messaging app, Messenger, with various features and updates that no one has asked for. This has led to an overall messy experience that’s far from simple and convenient. Now, however, […]

Instagram is Bringing a Slew of New Features to its App, Including Video Chats

Instagram has announced a slew of new features it will begin rolling out to its mobile apps. For starters, the social network is bringing Spotify and GoPro integration to Stories. Now, when you tap the […]

Apple Finally Makes iTunes Available in the Microsoft Store

After nearly a year’s worth of waiting, Apple has finally launched iTunes in the Microsoft Store. The app is available to anyone running Windows 10, including those with Windows 10 S who, up until now, […]

Google Releases Standalone Tasks App for Android and iOS

Google today announced the release of a standalone Tasks app for reminders and to-dos. This comes the same day Gmail received its big redesign. The app is pretty simple. After downloading, your Google account is loaded […]