Yesterday when Android M was officially announced, Google also announced that Android Pay is a new feature that would launch alongside of it. For those who missed the announcement, basically Android Pay is a mobile payments service that users can use to make payments at retail outlets with their mobile device.
Now if you’re thinking that this sounds very similar to Google Wallet, you’re not mistaken but at the same time, how can two similar services exist side-by-side? Or is Google planning on doing away with Google Wallet? Well for those who are fans of Google Wallet, you can rest assured knowing that Google Wallet will not be going away. Instead the service will see some of its features changed in order to have it function as a completely separate app and service. Read full post →Despite Android Pay, Google Wallet Will Continue To Exist
If you have been following the news, you might have heard of a bug affecting the Messages app on iOS. Basically when a user receives a particular message containing a set of characters, it will cause the app to crash and reboot the device instantly without any warning. It seems more annoying than malicious but it’s still something that needs fixing all the same.
Now recently Apple has come forward and acknowledged the bug and stated that a fix will be released in due time, but in the meantime the Cupertino company has posted an official workaround on its support website which users can refer to if they were to receive such a message on their iOS device. Read full post →Apple Offers Up Temporary Workaround For Messages Bug