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Facebook Testing New In-App Browser For Mobile

01/17/2016, Facebook for mobile has a built-in browser, in case you did not already know this. This makes it easier for users to browse websites outside of Facebook, while still sort of remaining in Facebook, but it looks like the company’s latest browser really...

Microsoft Word Flow Keyboard Coming To iOS

01/15/2016, While Microsoft has its own mobile operating system to contend with, it seems that the Redmond company is equally eager to get as many of their products onto competing platforms as well. We’ve seen Microsoft launch their Office suite of apps on iOS and...

Nintendo To Bring Popular Characters To Mobile This Year

01/15/2016, Last year Nintendo announced their first mobile game called Miitomo. It looks like a rather odd game and seems to be more of a social game than an actual game that gamers might be more familiar with, but it’s the company’s first mobile effort so we...

Lumia 950, 950 XL Owners To Get 1 Year Free Office 365 Subscription

01/14/2016, If you are eyeing the Lumia 950 or the Lumia 950 XL, or if you already own either (or maybe even both) devices, you might be pleased to learn that Microsoft has announced that they will be giving you guys a free year’s subscription to their Office 365...

SoundHound Updated With YouTube Playback, 3D Touch Support

01/13/2016, Ever hear that song on radio or in a cafe that you love, but don’t know the name? Thankfully if you have a smartphone, there are apps like SoundHound that lets you figure it out. For those unfamiliar, it basically uses your smartphone’s microphone to...

Skype Translator Now Available For All Skype For Windows Users

01/13/2016, Quite a while back Microsoft launched a separate Skype Translator app which provided real-time translation in seven languages. Since the feature was in beta it was not incorporated into the main app but now the company is confident enough that this...

Microsoft Office Apps For Android Get Significant Updates

01/13/2016, Over the past year or so Microsoft has been very open about bringing its software products to rival platforms as well, we’ve really seen the Office suite establish its footing on platforms like Android, and the company is continuing with that...

Skype Meetings Can Now Be Scheduled In Outlook For iOS

01/13/2016, With Microsoft owning both Outlook and Skype, we suppose it shouldn’t really be a stretch to think that eventually the Redmond company might consider integrating them with each other one day. In fact that day has come as the iOS version of Outlook will...

Upcoming Google Maps Update Can Figure Out Where You’re Going

01/13/2016, Google Maps is great not only for finding out where you need to go, but it can be great if you already know where you’re going but you just want to check up on traffic conditions. Now if you’d rather not go through the trouble of entering every...

Skype Brings Free Group Video Calls To Mobile Devices

01/12/2016, While Skype on mobile has always been able to make video calls, what it did lack was group video calls meaning that if you wanted to participate in a group video chat while on the go, that would not be possible. This is despite the fact that a similar...

VLC For Apple TV Now Lets You Cast Content

01/12/2016, VLC is without a doubt one of the most popular media players out there, it’s available for a wide variety of platforms, and not too long ago it made its way to the new Apple TV that’s capable of running apps. A new version of the app has been released...

Twitter Will Now Integrate Periscope Broadcasts In Its Timeline

01/12/2016, If you’re tired with being greeted by a huge wall of text when you browse Twitter, you will be pleased to learn that Twitter will be jazzing things up by integrating Periscope feeds into its timeline. For those unfamiliar, Periscope is an app that lets...

Touch ID Support For Notes Added In iOS 9.3

01/11/2016, We have to admit that we find it odd that after all these years, Apple has not added the option to make the Notes app more secure. It is possible that Apple is assuming that you would have locked your phone and that if you unlocked your phone, it means...

Apple Denies They Are Working On An iPhone Exporter Tool

01/11/2016, According to a rumor yesterday, it was suggested that Apple could be making a tool that would allow iPhone users to transfer their files and data easily over onto Android devices. However, it turns out that the rumor isn’t true as Apple has since issued...