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HTC Vive App Finally Makes Its Way Onto iOS

04/26/2016, The HTC Vive connects to a computer in order for users to take advantage of its features, but given how connected we are these days, it didn’t really come as a surprise to learn that the HTC Vive had an app of its own. The app was previously released...

Starbucks Launches Their Own Standalone Emoji Keyboard App

04/26/2016, Starbucks is a company known for their coffee (and to a certain extent, their tea selection as well). However the company has dabbled in mobile ventures in the past, such as creating their own Starbucks app that lets customers order coffee in advance, and...

Gmail On Android To Get Support For Exchange Accounts

04/25/2016, Gmail is Google’s email service and while we’re sure Google would love everyone in the world to just use Gmail, there are plenty of users out there using alternatives, such as Yahoo, Outlook, Exchange, and so on. Now a couple of years ago Google added...

Facebook Reportedly Working On Standalone Camera App

04/25/2016, Facebook’s mobile apps come with a built-in camera where users can take photos on the spot share them. This is versus a slightly longer route where you snap a photo with your phone’s camera, save it, then go to Facebook or Messenger to share it....

HTC One Gallery Bites The Dust On April 30th

04/25/2016, The HTC One Gallery was a project that the company’s research division came out with. The app enabled users to upload photos and videos to multiple cloud storage services directly through the HTC Gallery application. It doesn’t seem to be...

Microsoft Releases Word Flow Keyboard For iOS

04/25/2016, Earlier this year it was reported that Microsoft was bringing its famed Word Flow keyboard to iOS although last we checked, the app still appeared to be in beta. The good news is that if you have been looking forward to getting your hands on the app, the...

Millions Of Android Apps Could Be Coming To Chrome OS Soon

04/25/2016, One of the important things when choosing a software platform like Windows, Mac, Linux, and etc. is the amount of apps that are compatible with it. Given that Windows is the dominating platform, it isn’t surprising to see that the majority of software...

Nintendo Bringing ‘Splatoon’ Gear To Miitomo

04/22/2016, Many were surprised when the first mobile game that Nintendo would launch is a completely brand new franchise called Miitomo. It did not feature any familiar or popular characters from other Nintendo titles, but yet at the same time the game has managed...

Walmart’s iOS App Update Enables Walmart Pay For Users

04/22/2016, When Apple Pay was first launched, Walmart was one of the few big retailers in the country who flat out refused to use Apple’s service. Then last year we found out that Walmart actually had their own mobile payment service in the works called Walmart...

Police Want Google And Apple To Block Encryption Apps

04/21/2016, Apps with encryption isn’t so much about trying to skirt around the government’s prying eyes, but it’s more about security and privacy in general. Sometimes we might send sensitive information like credit card information or company secrets that...

Fallout Shelter For iOS Updated With 3D Touch Support

04/21/2016, The folks at Bethesda did not know that Fallout Shelter would become the runaway success that it did when the first launched it. We suppose the upside to the game being successful is that Bethesda now has more reasons to keep it updated with new content...

Crossy Road Updated With Multiplayer Feature

04/21/2016, If you’re a fan of endless runner titles, you might be familiar with Crossy Road. The 8-bit looking game has won over many gamers with its simple gameplay, not to mention the cute graphics. So much so that they even worked together with Disney to create...

Google May Launch A New Travel App Soon

04/21/2016, It appears that Google might launch a new travel app soon. The company is inviting Maps explorers to try its new app for travelers. In the email it’s sending out the company says that it’s going to introduce a new travel assistant app for...

Opera Browser Now Comes With Built-In VPN

04/21/2016, There are many reasons to use a VPN. Maybe you just enjoy your privacy, or maybe you’re trying to access video streams from service providers that aren’t available in your region yet, or maybe you’re just trying to get better ping for your gaming...