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32-bit Mac Apps Will Be Phased Out In 2018

06/07/2017, With the 64-bit architecture being pretty much the standard these days for both mobile and computing devices, it makes sense that companies are trying to push users and developers towards running 64-bit apps. With Apple, the update to iOS 11 will see...

Messages App To Get ‘Business Chat’ Feature In iOS 11

06/06/2017, Thanks to social media and technology, businesses are finding new ways to get in touch with customers, updating customers on new product launches, and also providing different ways for customers to contact them besides the usual email and phone. We’ve...

Photos App For macOS High Sierra Gets Advanced Editing Features

06/06/2017, For many years, Apple has offered its customers its own option when it came to photo editing in the form of the Aperture app. However Apple later killed off the app back in 2015 in favor of Photos, which we guess was Apple’s way of streamlining photo...

WhatsApp Adds Filters, Albums, And Reply Shortcuts

06/06/2017, Facebook-owned WhatsApp today announced the launch of three new features for iOS users. These features are aimed at improving the visual experience and focus on leveraging the handset’s camera to enable more effective content sharing between users....

Latest Skype Redesign Brings Many New Features

06/04/2017, Microsoft has tried to revamp Skype multiple times ever since it acquired the cross-platform communication service six years ago. It hasn’t always gone off smoothly for the company and now that services like Messenger and WhatsApp are gaining...

Adobe Scan App Turns Receipts Into Editable PDFs

06/02/2017, When it comes to apps that can scan your receipts or documents onto your phone, there are plenty of options to choose from. However that did not stop Adobe from tossing their hat into the ring with their latest release in the form of the Adobe Scan, and...

Apple Has Paid App Store Developers More Than $70 Billion To Date

06/02/2017, Deciding which platform to develop for is an important choice because some platforms aren’t quite as lucrative as others. Also for smaller developers, being able to develop for multiple platforms simultaneously can be tiresome and expensive. That being...

Chrome Will Start Blocking ‘Annoying’ Ads In 2018

06/01/2017, As much as you might hate ads, they are a way for companies and publishers to make money and draw attention to products. Unfortunately sometimes the way some ads are designed can be annoying, which is where ad blockers come in where they block all ads...

Facebook Reportedly Building A Teen-Friendly Chat App

06/01/2017, Facebook Messenger is Facebook’s default and pretty much the only way for users to chat with each other at the moment. However it seems that the company could be thinking of building a new app, except that this time this app will be aimed specifically...

New Pokemon Game For Smartphones Released

05/31/2017, The world isn’t quite over the frenzy that Pokemon Go put it in yet and now we hear that there’s going to be a new Pokemon game for smartphones. One has just been launched by The Pokemon Company for iOS and Android. The company has decided to...

Microsoft Office Bug Nags With Pop-Ups Every Hour

05/31/2017, If you’re using Microsoft Office and you’ve recently updated your software and have been noticing that you’re getting naggy pop-ups every hour, know that you’re not alone and know that this is a bug, not a feature. According to user reports, it...

YouTube For Android Gets New Bottom Navigation UI

05/30/2017, Back in 2016, YouTube began testing out a new bottom navigation UI for its Android app that gave it a new layout. This feature wasn’t visible to all users but over time, YouTube started to roll it out to more users. Now it seems that YouTube might have...

Original ‘Crazy Taxi’ Game Is Now Free For Mobile Devices

05/29/2017, In the gaming world, there are various games that despite there being newer and more exciting will always remain a classic. Sega’s Crazy Taxi is one of them, and for those who wouldn’t mind revisiting the good old days, you’ll be pleased to learn...