Articles about Apps (page 20)

A Woman Finds Her ‘Missing’ Husband In A TikTok Video
TikTok, for those unfamiliar, is a popular music app in which users can record themselves lip-syncing and dancing to popular tunes. However, it seems that in addition to being able to provide users with countless hours of fun, it seems that it can also be used to locate missing spouses, which is what one woman from India did.

Windows 10 'Your Phone' App Can Mirror Notifications From Android Devices
Microsoft’s ‘Your Phone’ app for Windows 10 allows for greater connectivity between your PC and smartphone. The idea is to enable users to interact with content on their smartphone without requiring them to use the device as long as it’s connected to their Windows 10 PC wirelessly. Checking notifications is why most of us pick up our phones so many times every day and that’s just going to get a […]

How To Turn On The Google Map Speedometer
If you use Google Maps frequently while you’re driving, then the built-in speedometer feature could be useful, and here’s how you turn it on.

SwiftKey For Android Could Get Crippled With Google’s New Policy
The problem with third-party apps on mobile devices is that they need to comply with the rules and policies set by the company that owns the ecosystem, whether it be Apple or Google. For the most part, if the app complies, they are usually left alone, but there are times when it could spell bad news for the app and its users.

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Mozilla’s Firefox Preview Browser Is Twice As Fast
One of the main components that makes for a good browsing experience is speed. If a website takes too long to load, most people would just give up and seek an alternative website instead. While web hosts do play a role in determining how fast pages load, browser are also crucial in this aspect where it will also help determine loading times.

Pokemon Masters Will Be Coming To Mobile This Summer
The Pokemon franchise makes perfect sense as a mobile game and if you are looking forward to playing more Pokemon games on your phone, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Pokemon Masters has been announced for a release this coming summer. However, this game will be slightly different in that it seems to be focusing more on the social aspects of the game.

Safari In iOS 13 Will Prevent Users From Opening The Same Website Twice
If you’re someone who keeps multiple tabs open in Safari on their iPhone or iPad, sometimes you might accidentally open the same website twice. It’s not necessarily a big deal, but it can be a waste of time if you already have the website open in another tab. However, iOS 13 will come with some quality of life improvements that should change that.

Gucci Lets You Try Shoes In AR Through iOS App
Many fashion brands are using augmented reality to enable their customers to try out products remotely. Gucci, the Italian luxury fashion brand, is now doing something similar. It has launched a new iOS app which enables customers to remotely try out its Ace sneakers collection used augmented reality.

This Photo Editing App Uses AI To Remove People From Photos
There are a ton of beautiful and scenic spots in the world that many people go to take photos of. However, most touristy places tend to be pretty crowded and filled with tourists, all of whom are trying to take the same photo. This usually results in a photo that is less than ideal due to the sheer number of people in them which can distract from the photo.

Google Duo WIll Soon Let Users Send Photos To Each Other
When Google announced Duo and Allo a few years ago, the differences between both apps is that one app was designed to be a messaging app (Allo), while the other was meant to be a video calling app (Duo). Google has since shut Allo down but it seems that the company could be slowly incorporating some messaging features into Duo.

Google App For Android Testing A Way To Share Your Search With Others
Despite Google being so easy and straightforward to use, people still like to ask questions that they can easily Google the answer for, but we get it, sometimes older users might not be familiar with the process and the good news is that Google is testing out a way for users to easily share their searches.

YouTube Is Testing A New Way Of Displaying Comments On Android
Most of us have used the YouTube app on our phones. One of the ways to view the comments on our phones is by scrolling all the way down. This isn’t the most convenient way of viewing comments, but according to a report from XDA Developers, it appears that the company is testing out a new way of displaying comments on the Android app.

Apple’s Project Catalyst Could Bring New Messages And Shortcuts App To Mac
iOS and macOS have different apps, although the company has tried to create apps for both platforms, such as Messages, Calendar, Notes, and so on. Now, as far as Messages are concerned, the version on macOS doesn’t feel quite as robust compared to its iOS counterpart, but that could soon change.

watchOS 6 Will Let Users Delete Apple Watch Built-In Apps
While native apps that come bundled with our devices are meant to serve a purpose, there are times when we don’t need to use them. For the longest time ever, Apple would not allow users to delete native apps on iOS, but that changed in recent times when an iOS update finally allowed users to delete native apps.