Google has recently introduced a web version of Android Messages. It provides you with access to all your regular text messages or SMSs on your PC. If this reminds you of WhatsApp Web, it’s very similar and works on the same principle.
Stories, Status are features which are now a prominent part of any social network. While WhatsApp calls it Status, Instagram and Facebook call it Stories. These stories stay for 24 hours and offer one a quick way to share what’s going on in their daily life.
With the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, the Korean company has further worked on refining its software which has always remained its Achilles heel. Over the last few years though, Samsung has been making slow and steady progress in this regard to improve the overall user experience of its UI.
There’s a new experimental app from Google which aims to bring one of Allo’s best feature to all messaging apps out there. Dubbed Reply and made by Google’s Area 120 experimental division, the app brings Allo’s Smart Reply feature to other third-party messaging apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype, Slack, Hangouts, and more.
Open source media player VideoLAN, popularly known as VLC, has received a massive update to version 3.0. The update comes three years after VLC 2.5 was released and brings the media player up to speed with the latest standards and codecs.
Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming platforms on the planet, and while the company has used playlists for years in the standard app, apparently it’s time to try out a standalone option.
HQ Trivia is a ridiculously popular game that’s only available on iOS right now, but that will be changing next week.
One of the major pain points of iPhone users switching over to Android is the lack iMessage for the OS. While there are a number of messaging apps, iPhone users — especially in the United States — prefer to use iMessage. A number of developers have tried to bring iMessage to Android through reverse engineering but their apps have eventually always been taken down by Google.
One of the side effects of using free apps in the mobile world are ads. They help support the development of the app and allow the apps to be used by a wider base of people. Some developers, however, implement ads in shady and annoying ways in their apps to garner maximum views and clicks. This includes sub-par apps showing ads on the lock screen even if their functionality has nothing to do with it.