Tag: Apps

YouTube Has a New Mobile App Currently, 3D VR Video Coming Quickly

YouTube New Mobile AppGoogle has announced several changes to its YouTube mobile interface for both Android and iOS. The update, which debuts three new tabs: Home, Subscriptions and Account, is  Available on Android and also mobile web browser now (iOS coming soon), it makes it simpler for the creators to release and edit them directly in the application and complicated for viewers to a channel with a single button to subscribe (and also with ten million of them touched channel can earn the owner of the new diamond-play button reward). Continue reading

Skype Updated V5.5 For Android With Single-Button Sign-In And Link Previews In Chat

Skype Updated V5.5 For AndroidMicrosoft pushed an upgrade for its Skype for Android application to the Google Play Store, bringing it around v5.5 and including some features that will be useful for mobile users. The largest among the changes is perhaps a renovation to signing in from mobile, making it easier for those which insist on logging out to sign-in back in from their Android smartphone or tablet. The chatting feature will soon be upgraded, as well, and also will certainly likewise be a bit more hassle-free once it is.

The Skype v5.5 for Android version bears in mind user’s log in details, and so when a user logs out they now just need to touch the arrow and it will certainly execute back in as the user that existed on the display. Continue reading

Skype for Business Arrives on Windows Phone

Skype for BusinessMicrosoft last day announced the release of another Skype for Business users – it has finally rolled out a Windows Phone app, one that is a re-brand of the Lync 2013 application, and also users on both services have the ability to use it. All the Skype for Business features are there, such as the calling features combined with instant message, control over conferences, phone controls like transferring, and more. It also has some security protection features like easy authorization and a Skype for Business certification. Microsoft announced the applications arrival last day, and also as anticipated it comes as a Lync re-brand. The application looks both distinctly Skype and distinctly Windows Phone, and extends the mobile options those who count on the service have. Continue reading

Amazon’s Cloud Drive App is Ultimately Here, But it’s Read-Only

Amazon's Cloud Drive AppAmazon has actually long offered cloud storage space with its Cloud Drive services, yet only ever allowed you to handle it on the web or with desktop applications. Now you’ll have much more control when you’re away from your computer, considering that the company recently launched mobile apps for its Cloud Drive service on iOS, Android, and naturally – Amazon’s appstore.

The applications are conveniently called ‘Cloud Drive‘, as well as they offer folder views of all your storage. You could view, share, or connect to supported files – PDFs, spreadsheets, photos, and more – similar to you could with services like Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive. You can also stream stored songs and videos. Continue reading

Facebook Messenger’s Money Transfer Features Arrives for all US Users

Facebook Messenger's Money Transfer FeaturesFacebook started new feature money transfer in Messenger Apps, and today the social networks and Instant Messenger giant announced that it is rolling out the new Facebook Messenger money transfer feature to all United States users.

The new money transition feature is initiated when the user taps the new ‘$’ icon in a conversation. After choosing the amount, users can send a money transition request. If the recipient of this request approves the money transfer, the amount will show his bank account in around three working days. Continue reading

Google Hangouts for iOS Gets Material Design UI Tweaks, Multi-Photo Attachment Support

Google Hangouts for iOSGoogle upgraded Hangouts, its instant messaging platform, to a major new version – but you will not discover it on Android just yet. Hangouts 4.0 launched on iOS today, First and foremost, the application has received a Material Design refresh, along with a new dialer UI and more. 

The largest improvement remains in sending out attachments. Options that were previously concealed behind a paperclip button are now front-and-center in the message interface. Photos, sticker, camera, and location sit in a strip listed below the text-input field, encouraging users to send their close friends more than just message. Continue reading

Facebook Messenger No More Requires a Facebook Account

Facebook Messenger No More Requires a Facebook AccountNew users of Facebook’s Messenger application can sign up without an account on the social media network’s.

Starting Wednesday, Facebook is turning out this feature for smartphone user in the United State, Canada, Peru and Venezuela. Support for added nations is expected to come at a later day. When the Messenger app is lunched in one of the provided countries for the first time, users will be greeted with 2 options: ‘Log in with Facebook’ and “Sign up with Messenger’. After selecting the last choice, all that’s had to register is a mobile number, name and image. Contacts can also be imported into messenger for easy access. Continue reading

Microsoft Officially Releases Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Apps for Android Phones

Microsoft Officially Releases Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Apps for Android PhonesMicrosoft is turning out the official Office app to Android users after an examination stage that started last month. Android users could now download updated applications for Word, Excel and PowerPoint that are touch-optimized, similar to the Android tablet experience. Users that enrolled in the preview will automatically get the upgraded application.

The new version of Microsoft Office applications are enhanced for smaller screens, with layouts and touch optimization for one-handed use. New users could get a fast, animated rundown of ways to utilize the mobile-optimized applications with this convenient getting started overview. Continue reading

Google’s Android Clock App Now Available to Download From The Play Store

Google's Android Clock App Now Available to Download From The Play StoreGoogle recently lunched it’s Clock app into the Google Play Store – its simple stock clock app for Android, offering users another choice for their time associated tasks.

The app is readily available on the Play Store already, as well as it is called appropriately enough simply “Clock”. Any people who has used of the stock Android clock will locate that it operates the same way with alarms, the stopwatch, a snoozing function, the capacity to adjust a timer, and also all those required features. Continue reading

Microsoft Purchases Wunderlist Application as Component of Effort to Get on Your Smartphone

Wunderlist appMicrosoft published a Article post to confirm the deal, following a report from The Wall Street Journal: ‘What’s better than finishing that last vital task on your to-do list? Doing this with a beautiful and also valuable efficiency application. Today, I am thrilled to announce that Microsoft has gotten 6Wunderkinder.’

Wunderlist will continuously already existing in application stores & work for the time being. The application will continue to be cost-free, as well as there will be no cost changes for Wunderlist Pro or Wunderlist Buesiness. Continue reading