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Facebook Messenger For Android Now Supports Multiple Accounts

02/19/2016, Last week we reported that it was hinted that multiple account support for Facebook Messenger could be coming soon, and the good news is that it looks like it has, according to a recent announcement posted by Facebook on its official Messenger page....

Office 365 Deal For Lumia 950/950 XL Owners Expanded

02/19/2016, Last month Microsoft announced a promotion for customers who purchased either the Lumia 950 or the Lumia 950 XL, in which these customers would be entitled to a free one year subscription to Office 365. However the offer was limited to countries such as...

Find My iPhone Helps Locate Kidnapped Teen

02/19/2016, Most phones these days comes with a feature that helps you track the device in the event you’ve misplaced. In the past we have read of how the feature has been beneficial in locating not just phones that are lost, but people who are lost but have their...

Opera Max Lets You Know When Apps Use Data In The Background

02/18/2016, So you think that data is only consumed when you are actively using apps like Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, and etc.? If you do, you would be sorely mistaken because there are plenty of apps that use data while running in the background. Sometimes this is...

Microsoft Translator For Android Can Now Work Without Internet

02/18/2016, Microsoft has updated its Translator apps for iOS and Android with a couple of new features that include a new artificial intelligence powered on-device translation engine for Android and a new image translation feature for iOS that uses Microsoft’s...

Vimeo For Android Now Supported On Chromecast

02/18/2016, YouTube might be the main video streaming platform at the moment, but there are still plenty of alternatives, such as Vimeo. Now the good news for Android users is that if you’ve been waiting for the ability to stream Vimeo videos via the Chromecast,...

Nintendo’s Miitomo Game Will Have Microtransactions

02/18/2016, Nintendo’s first mobile game is the Miitomo which is expected to be released next month. The game will be free to download, but unfortunately there is a catch and that is the game will come with microtransactions. This has been confirmed by Nintendo who...

Google Translate Now Supports Over 100 Languages

02/17/2016, Google Translate has been an extremely useful tool for trying to figure out what certain websites are saying, what other people are saying, and also a good way to communicate when you’re on holiday in a foreign destination that does not speak your...

Gmailify Brings You The Best Of Gmail Without @Gmail

02/17/2016, It’s already possible to access email from the likes of Yahoo and Outlook right in the Gmail app. The company has been getting lots of feedback from users who want more of Gmail’s features but don’t want to change their email address,...

1Password For Families Launched

02/17/2016, Password management apps are widely used by millions of people across the globe, and there’s really no shortage of apps that offer similar features, in a bid to differentiate its app from the crowd 1Password developer AgileBits has announced a new...

Nintendo Miitomo Sign-Ups Are Now Live

02/17/2016, As many gamers have heard by now, Nintendo has a smartphone game in the works, their first actually, called Miitomo. The game is pegged for a release this coming March and for those of you who are curious as to how the game will play, the good news is...

Instagram Finally Enables Two-Factor Authentication

02/17/2016, How often have we seen Instagram accounts hacked? Pretty often, unfortunately, but it looks like those numbers should be going down  as Instagram has confirmed to the folks at TechCrunch that they are finally beginning to roll out the two-factor...

Google To Shut Down Play For Education

02/16/2016, For those unfamiliar, back in 2013 Google launched Play for Education. Basically this could be thought of as a curated store in which educators could purchase educational materials like apps and books, and distribute them to students’ Android tablets....

Skype For iOS Gets Native Support For Microsoft Office

02/16/2016, A new update of Skype for iOS has been released today and it focuses on making it simple for users to collaborate and get things done on the move. Skype for iOS now has native support for Microsoft Office documents which means that they can easily be...