Articles about Apps (page 16)

How To Use A Password Manager
With the number of hacks we’re hearing about these days, perhaps it might be a good idea to start considering more complex passwords to protect your account, and here’s how password managers can help.

How To Edit Photos On An iPhone
If you need to make some quick edits to photos on your iPhone, check out our guide on how do it without the need for third-party editing apps.

Latest Telegram Update Will Now Let Users Schedule Messages
When it comes to messaging apps, WhatsApp is probably one of the biggest messaging platforms at the moment. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is the best. In fact, several other messaging apps previously launched features that WhatsApp only implemented much later.

Gmail On iOS Will Now Automatically Block Images From Loading
We’re sure that many of us have received emails that contain images in them. These types of emails are usually from companies who are advertising their products or services. However, did you know that sometimes emails that don’t look like they have images might actually contain “invisible” images that can be used to track you?

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Screen Sharing Could Soon Be Coming To Facebook Messenger
When it comes to video conferencing calls, screen sharing is a feature that most would expect to see. This is because video conference would typically be used by companies where they might need to collaborate on a document or a presentation remotely, and sharing a screen is how they can go about sharing information with each other.

Microsoft Office For iOS And Android To Get A Dark Mode
Last year, we heard that Microsoft could be working on a dark mode for its Outlook app. Just last month, renders of the upcoming dark mode were leaked, and now for those who are fan of dark mode, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has confirmed that dark mode will be coming to its Office and Outlook apps on both iOS and Android.

Instagram Could Be Developing A New Messaging App ‘Threads’
A couple of years ago, Instagram launched a standalone app for messaging called Direct. Instagram already has a direct messaging feature built into its app, but decided that apparently the feature needed a standalone version.  However, it turns out that it wasn’t the best idea and the company killed it off earlier this year.

Grammarly Keyboard Update Adds Synonyms To Make You Sound Smarter
If you write a lot, then you might be familiar with a piece of software called Grammarly, which is a service that lets you check your grammar as you write. It exists as a browser extension and it also exists as a third-party keyboard app for iOS and Android devices. If you use it as the latter, then a recent update to the app might be worth checking out.

Early Apple Arcade Hands-On Preview Shows Us What To Expect
According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Apple could be gearing up to launch its Apple Arcade subscription service where for $4.99 a month, you could play as many premium games as you want. However, apart from the official announcement and rumored pricing, not much else is known about the service.

Apple Arcade Expected To Cost $4.99 A Month
Back in March, Apple announced an upcoming subscription service called Apple Arcade. For those who are unfamiliar, Apple Arcade is a monthly subscription in which for a flat fee, Apple customers will be able to access a library of games, some of which will be exclusive to Apple Arcade.

Google Could Be Working On A Low-Light Mode For Duo
Google Duo is Google’s video calling app, but given that video calls can take place anywhere and at anytime, sometimes quality can be less than stellar, especially if taken in low-light environments. Of course, this has to do with the camera hardware where some lenses allow for more light, but software plays a role too.

WhatsApp Flaw Lets Hackers Alter Your Chats
One of the security features of WhatsApp is support for end-to-end encryption. This means that messages sent and received through WhatsApp are encrypted, which in theory means that no one would be able to intercept and read your messages mid-transmission. However, security researchers at Check Point are now suggesting otherwise.

How To Translate Webpages In Safari For iPhone
If you use Safari on your iPhone or iPad and come across a website in another language, here’s a quick and easy way to get that webpage translated into your language.

How To Cancel iOS App Store Subscriptions
Need to cancel a recurring subscription for your iTunes account? Unfortunately, it’s not always the most obvious, but our guide will walk you through the steps you need to take to cancel your subscriptions.