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Snapchat’s Parent Company Files For A $3 Billion IPO

02/03/2017, Pretty much ever since the app launched, Snapchat was known as Snapchat, but last year the company decided to rebrand itself where the app would continue to be known as Snapchat, but the company would be known as Snap. This seemed to indicate grander...

Outlook For iOS Now Supports Third-Party Apps

02/03/2017, The convenient thing about using apps on the desktop is that they tend to be more flexible, in the sense that it’s easy to access files from the cloud or computer, add photos, share links, and so on. On our phones multitasking like that isn’t quite as...

Google App Now Recommends The Best Recipes

02/02/2017, With game day just around the corner, I’m sure many will be firing up Google to find recipes for snacks to impress guests that come over to watch the big game. Google has now improved its recipe search. When users search for recipes via the Google...

Viber Gets Self-Destructing Photos And Videos

02/02/2017, Ephemeral messaging, better known as messages, photos, and videos that self-destruct after a set period of time, were made popular by Snapchat even though the feature has existed for a long time in one form or the other. Snapchat is really what brought...

Pokemon GO Has Now Crossed $1 Billion In Revenue

02/02/2017, Back when Pokemon GO was first launched and the craze of the game was at its peak, analysts offered up their predictions in which they claimed that Pokemon GO had the potential to make as much as $1 billion in revenue a year. It looks like they could be...

‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ Now Available On iOS And Android

02/02/2017, A couple of weeks ago Nintendo confirmed that Fire Emblem Heroes would be their next mobile title and that it would be released on the 2nd of February. Sure enough Nintendo has kept their word because if you are interested in getting your hands on the...

YouTube For iOS Updated With Chromecast Lock Screen Controls

02/02/2017, Having to always unlock your phone to control media playback can be rather annoying, not to mention very inefficient and inconvenient. This is why more often than not, apps that support media playback tend to have a lock screen interface in which users...

MIT Has A Smartwatch App That Can Detect Emotions

02/01/2017, Our smartwatches are pretty good at telling us how we are performing physically during our exercises, such as how far we’ve run, how fast we’ve run, how many stairs we’ve climbed, how many calories we’ve burnt, what is our heart rate, and so on....

Instagram Seemingly Testing Multiple Photo Upload Feature

02/01/2017, Instagram has largely been a single-photo app, in the sense that users can only upload one photo at a time. However that could be changing because in a tweet by Philip Chang (via Cult of Mac), it has been discovered in the latest beta of the Android...

Snap Testing Out ‘Smarter Lenses’

02/01/2017, One of Snapchat’s defining features would be its “lenses”. These are basically filters for real-life where thanks to the use of augmented reality, it allows users to augment things like their faces by introducing some pretty funny and crazy filters....

Gmail Will No Longer Support Chrome 53 And Below

02/01/2017, There are some users who feel the need to upgrade to a major operating system whenever a new version is released, and then there are those who are content to keep using the current version until there is really no choice. This is because sometimes some...

Google Allo For Android Drops Out Of Top 500 Apps Chart

02/01/2017, Despite all of the initial hype associated with the launch of its new messaging application, it appears that Google Allo has fallen out of the Top 500 free apps chart on the Play Store. You can head over to the Play Store right now and check out the chart...

New ‘Gold Goombas’ Event Announced For Super Mario Run

02/01/2017, If you recall, Nintendo had previously confirmed that they do not have intentions to release DLCs for Super Mario Run. We know this can come off the wrong way as it would suggest that Nintendo has no intention of keeping the game fresh and entertaining,...

Nintendo Reiterates Plans To Release 2-3 Mobile Games A Year

02/01/2017, Last year Nintendo revealed that their plans for mobile was to release 2-3 games a year. Recently during the company’s latest financials, Nintendo reiterated those plans in which they are aiming to release at least 2-3 mobile titles a year, so if...