Elder Scrolls: Blades Now Available For Pre-Order

Earlier this year during E3 2018, Bethesda took the wraps off a new mobile game called Elder Scrolls: Blade. The good news is that if you liked what you saw and wouldn’t mind getting your hands on the game, it appears that it is now available for pre-order/pre-registration for both iOS and Android devices.

Evernote For iOS, macOS Gains Dark Mode Support

Dark mode is a useful feature in apps because it helps reduce the overall glare that you get from an otherwise mostly-white interface. Even Google has found that dark mode actually helps with battery life. The good news is that if you’re an Evernote user, it looks like dark mode has finally made its way onto the iOS and macOS version of the app.

Facebook Rolling Out Unsend Feature For Messenger

Facebook recently confirmed that it will soon enable users to unsend messages within a specified period of time after they have sent it on Facebook Messenger. Those who have been waiting for this feature to arrive will be delighted to know that Facebook is now rolling out the unsend feature for Messenger. Many users are waiting for this feature since Messenger is one of the most popular cross-platform messaging services […]

Your Messages With Local Businesses Will Now Appear In Google Maps

Google allowed users in select countries to message businesses from the Business Profiles on Google. This allowed them to ask a business questions without having to make a phone call. It’s taking this one step further by displaying messages with the business you connect with through Business Profiles within the Google Maps app.


Snapchat Caves, Finally Introduces Friendship Profiles

Snapchat is viewed as a messaging app, although some might argue that it is almost like a social media platform, which is why for the longest time ever, the company resisted the idea of allowing its users to create social network profiles, claiming that chances are people you chat with are your friends already.

Facebook Messenger’s New UI Design Is Rolling Out To Users

Last month Facebook announced that they would be rolling out a new UI update to its Messenger platform. The idea behind the new UI design is that it would make it cleaner and less cluttered compared to the current version, which is very much welcome when you consider how long the app has been around.

WhatsApp To Delete Chat Histories Not Backed Up To Google Drive

Several years ago, WhatsApp gave Android users the option of choosing to either backup their chat histories to their devices locally or to Google Drive. However it seems that backing up to Google Drive is now mandatory as WhatsApp has confirmed that chat histories that have yet to be backed up to Google Drive will be deleted.

Cloudflare Launches Its DNS Service On iOS & Android

In some countries, certain websites are blocked for various reasons. However an easy way to bypass these restrictions would be to change your DNS, and Google’s DNS is one of the free options out there. Now earlier this year Cloudflare launched their own resolver that anyone can use for free, and now it looks like that DNS resolver has since been turned into an app.

Yahoo Debuts Alarm Clock App That Reads You News Snippets

Nowadays many of us rely on our smartphones and smartwatches when it comes to alarms. Back in the day, there would be devices such as clock radios that would wake users up to a radio station at a set time, and if you miss that way of waking up, not to worry as Yahoo might have something for you.

YouTube’s VR App Now Available On Oculus Go

One of the perks and upsides to watching videos in virtual reality (VR) is that it gives us a feeling like we’re actually there in person, and it allows us to look at the video from different angles and perspectives. If you do enjoy VR videos, then you might be interested to learn that YouTube has launched its VR app on the Oculus Go.

Netflix Updated With Support For New iPad Pro’s Display

Apple’s iPad Pros have always featured what Apple calls a “Retina” display, and for the most part over the years, the company has maintained the resolution of its displays on the iPad Pro lineup, even with the newer models which features a new design, thinner bezels, and what Apple is calling a Liquid Retina display.

Facebook Launches Its TikTok Rival Called Lasso

There were reports that Facebook was developing a new app to compete with TikTok, a very popular app from China that allows users to create 15-second videos. TikTok is hugely popular with teens and it recently merged with Musical.ly to further expand its user base. Facebook is looking to tap into that teen demographic as well given that they don’t seem to prefer its social network that much anymore. It […]

Tidal App Launched For Samsung’s Smartwatches

Music is a great way to keep ourselves entertained or focus when we’re exercising, and if you’re the owner of a Samsung smartwatch, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Tidal has officially launched its app on Samsung’s smartwatches (via Engadget) where users will be able to use the app to play music on their wearables.

Vine 2.0 Will Be Launched As ‘Byte’ In Spring 2019

When Vine was acquired by Twitter, the company continued to allow the app to run for a while, but last year Twitter announced that they would be shutting Vine down. However for those who loved Vine’s short form videos, Vine’s co-founder teased that he might be thinking of launching a successor.