Instagram has a lot of projects it has been working on, but the social media giant’s priority has remained on the Instagram app itself. More than a billion people use the mobile app between Android and iOS, and both platforms are getting a new feature announced this week that will have good use to it.
Unlike most Android boxes, the NVIDIA SHIELD TV still gets all the latest features thanks to continued support even after years. Because of this, it has retained much of its original value. Recently, NVIDIA announced GeForce Now. The service will work with Android TV set-top boxes made by NVIDIA such as the Shield TV. If you own this device, prepare to be amazed at what’s coming.
Have you ever been curious about downloading Instagram content or even Instagram messages? You currently can’t, but soon you will be able to since the app will be updated with data portability in the coming months.
In the last week alone, we have heard a lot about an upcoming flagship from OnePlus, the OnePlus 5T successor, OnePlus 6. The flagship killer has now been confirmed and is expected to launch some time in early May, earlier than usual. Though the information and teasers from OnePlus have told us a lot about the device, there’s still some that’s unknown. We know about the phone including its questionable design with a notch, textured back panel, fingerprint placement, and USB Type-C charging port, but [Read More]
Some news is going to make game developers and augmented reality fans real happy as Google Maps now has APIs to guide developers in creating real-world games. Augmented reality games are arguably the future, allowing players to immerse themselves in a new digital world and interact with make-believe objects. And now, we have reason to expect a whole lot more of these games.
Google updated a handful of apps and services last week, but Allo was one that received no treatment. However, it might soon with an improved web client supporting standalone messaging similar to Apple iMessage.
Instagram took things to its blog this week to announce a new update for Android and iOS. According to the company, users will now be able to follow hashtags just as they do other users.
Two stories this week shinned brightly. Early in the week, Google Allo was updated with web support and desktop sync. And later in the week, Google Home was updated with Hands-Free Calling functionality. It seems that both Allo and Google Home have had their share of problems since first arriving on the market, and this week, Google has attempted to start a comeback.