The company’s latest line of defense against the buginess of iOS 13.
Wait until next Tuesday to update your iPhone.
Fresh betas, anyone?
A fresh set of tabs, some additional features, and more are beginning to roll out to everyone.
After introducing the new features last month, Instagram today began rolling out a slew of new features to its iOS and Android mobile apps. This comes after the company unveiled IGTV last week. For starters, you can now video chat with other Instagram users. Within a DM, you can tap Continue Reading
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 8, LG V30, Google Pixel, or the Sony Xperia smartphone. Now, those on the iOS Continue Reading
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 than one person interact with an AR experience. Called Shared AR experiences, the feature will Continue Reading
Google today announced a bunch of new features for the Google Assistant at its I/O 2018 developers conference. The features will roll out over time, but if history is of any indication, it could be a while before we see any of them. That being said, they are still pretty Continue Reading
Google today released the first security patch for its Pixel and Nexus devices for 2018. Now rolling out, the January patch arrives in two levels: 2018-01-01 and 2018-01-05. Combined, the two patches have resolved 38 issues within the Android operating system, the most serious being related to the media framework Continue Reading
When the iPhone X launched, one of the major complaints I heard from users wasn’t what was wrong with the device itself, but what was wrong with the apps they use on a day-to-day basis, namely Gmail which has proven to be a nuisance. However, in the app’s latest update, Continue Reading
Last February, Instagram introduced a feature that allows users to upload multiple pictures and videos at once into a single album viewable via swipes left and right from within one’s feed. This was great and all, but only the classic square format was supported at the time. This has been Continue Reading
Google has updated both Google Allo and Duo with new integrations today. With the new updates, users can now call or video chat Allo contacts from within the app and automatically be transferred to Duo. Both ends need to have each app installed and activated, but if they’re not, the Continue Reading
Google wants to give making Android updates faster another go. The company’s new initiative, Project Treble, aims to make updating smartphones to the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system “easier, faster, and less costly for manufacturers.” Essentially, Google has re-worked Android’s framework so device makers don’t have to first Continue Reading
In case Sunday wasn’t already a reason to celebrate, Google has announced that within a special Play Services update which will roll out to all Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat users this week, the Google Assistant will arrive on more phones. In a nutshell, if you have a Continue Reading
Yesterday, we saw the first build of Android 7.1.2 be released to anxious beta testers and developers. But unfortunately, those who own a Nexus 6 or 9 won’t be getting the updated software… at all. This means that Android 7.1.1 Nougat will be the final official release from Google to arrive Continue Reading