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Uber Now Allowing Riders To Set Multiple Stops

10/28/2017, Sometimes we have multiple errands to run in a day, which means that we might have to make multiple stops and go to different destinations. Now if you’d rather not drive yourself and deal with the hassle of parking, or taking public transportation,...

Instagram Gets New Superzoom And Halloween Features

10/28/2017, For avid Instagrammers out there who love recording Instagram Stories and using the various special effects of the app, you’ll be pleased to learn that Instagram has recently updated its app to include additional new features, or rather two new features...

Slack’s Screen Sharing Now Allows Other Users To Take Control

10/26/2017, When it comes to productivity software, collaborative features are more or less a feature that we would assume is part of the application. This includes the ability to allow users to edit documents together and have the changes reflect in real-time, and...

Facebook’s Workplace Chat App Now Available

10/26/2017, Earlier this month it was reported that Facebook was testing out a new chat platform called Workplace Chat that from what we can tell, wants to be a competitor to the likes of Slack. For those who are interested in exploring new options and platforms,...

Your Favorite Dating Apps Might Not Be As Secure As You Thought

10/25/2017, Dating apps rely a lot on personal information about the user, after all that’s the point, right? This includes information like education, workplace, age, name, and even your location, since some dating apps like to try and connect users who are within...

Netflix DVD Queue App Released For Android

10/25/2017, You might not be aware but Netflix allows subscribers to rent actual DVDs and Blu-rays. It has offered subscribers this service for quite some time now and the company has also developed an app that helps them manage their DVD queue. This part of the...

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Will Be Coming To iOS Next Month

10/25/2017, Following the launch of games like Miitomo and Super Mario Run, last year Nintendo announced that the next titles that would arrive for mobile would be Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem. It was then reported that Animal Crossing would be delayed to 2018,...

Safari Now Reportedly Consumes Less Memory Than Before

10/25/2017, While Google’s Chrome browser is feature rich and packed with functionality, it is a bit of a memory hog, or at least that’s the reputation that it has gotten over the years, although to Google’s credit they have been improving it on that front....

iOS 11 Has A Weird Calculator Bug

10/24/2017, The calculator app on our mobile devices seems to be pretty straightforward. It is also something we take for granted and always assume that it should do what it’s meant to do, but unfortunately for iOS 11 users, there is a weird calculator bug that is...

Uber Lets Drivers Charge More For Longer Pickups

10/24/2017, If you like to take your sweet time in getting to your Uber when it has already arrived to pick you up, you might want to reconsider this behavior. As part of its ongoing efforts to become more driver-friendly, Uber is now adding a handful of...

Instagram Users Can Now Go Live With A Friend

10/24/2017, Instagram started testing a new feature over the summer which enabled users to add a friend to a live stream. It was the first time that the service allowed users to live stream with a friend. This feature has been in beta for a couple of months and...

Snapchat’s 60 Second Multi-Snap Videos Go Live On Android

10/24/2017, Snapchat launched a couple of new features in July this year. The Multi-Snap feature enabled users to post up to six 10 second clips at a time so they had a total of 60 seconds to express themselves in video. This feature was initially only available on...

Google Lens Preview Rolling Out For 2016 Pixel Handsets

10/24/2017, Searching for things using keywords has been pretty much the way it’s been done. However what if you wanted to search for something that you couldn’t really describe with words? That’s something that Google wanted to address when they announced...