Tag: iPhone

Facebook Makes it Easier to Discover Your Friend’s Old Posts !

facebook-post-searchFacebook has actually taken many actions to help you find people and particular posts, but posts history has been complicated. How are you supposed to find the images from that epic party last summer? It might not be as much of a challenge now that Facebook has actually updated its Graph Search beta to help you track down your good friends’ shared posts. If you search for ‘Anna summer season party,’ for example, you’ll see everything Anna wrote about that remarkable party. The smarter search is available this week for Apple iPhone and also web user in English. Unfortunately, there’s no mention of various other platforms and languages so far.

Apple Finally Provides a Very Easy Solution to it’s Missing Text Message Problem !

iMessageIf you’re still being plagued by missing text messages after leaving iOS for another platform, then the time has come to rejoice. Apple has silently launched a tool that will let you deregister your phone number from iMessage and solve your texting trouble once and for all. The root of this mess comes from Apple routing all your SMS through its iMessage system – even after you switch to a various phone. The result has been texts from apple iPhone users disappearing right into the ether. If you forgot to disable iMessage before to changing devices, usually the only solution was to completely disconnect the device from your Apple account. Now all you need to do is plug your phone number into Apple’s deregistration site, and punch in the verification code sent out to you.

Google Maps for Android and Also iPhone Has a New Look and Assimilation with OpenTable and Uber.

google mapGoogle has offered Google Maps for Android & apple iPhone exactly what it called a ‘Fresh New Design’, but really, it’s just material layout.

Google disclosed a new design language for Android, Chrome OS, & the Web last June. It actually entailed a new look, called Material Design, and also consisted of splashes of colour, freshened iconography, typography, and a much more consistent interface hierarchy.The entire interface was based on unifying theory of a rationalised space & a system of movement, according to Google.

And also now Google has actually brought material design to Google Maps on mobile: ‘Over the next few days, when you open up Google Maps on your Android or iPhone, you’ll be greeted by bright colors & a fresh new design.’ Continue reading

WhatsApp iPhone Application Confirms Voice Calling Feature Launch Imminent!

whatsapp-iphoneVoice Calling, the one large feature missing out on from WhatsApp’s collection, is contacting the popular platform soon. We have actually been becoming aware of this feature considering that February, when WhatsApp Chief Executive Officer Jan Kuom announced that the voice calling feature would be contributed to Android as well as apple iphone first, followed by BlackBerry, Nokia as well as Microsoft platforms. Now, NDTV Gadgets has detected a mention of the attribute in WhatsApp’s iPhone app, which just about verifies that the attribute is certainly nearing launch. Continue reading

Google Brings Android 360-Degree Photo App is Now Available to iPhone!

shhereGoogle has just added a great new application for iOS users to download that will certainly allow you take great panoramic 360-degree images or even publish them on Google Maps too. The brand-new Photo Sphere Camera application gives iPhone users the very same awesome panoramic video clip feature that Google first brought to Android phones back in 2012.  Continue reading

Google Drops QuickOffice Since its Own Apps Can Handle Your Work!

QuickofficeGoogle bought QuickOffice to boost the efficiency of its Application suite, and it clearly achieved that goal when it released a variety of mobile modifying tools that combine Quickoffice’s documents tech with Google Drive. Accordingly, the search company is pulling the plug on the earlier software; it’s going to take out Quickoffice from both Apple’s Apps Store and Google Play “in the coming weeks.” You can still download it afterwards if you’re an alreadying existing fan, yet novices will certainly have no option but to use either Google’s apps or their rugged equivalents. Continue reading

Skype’s Redesigned iPhone App is Five Times Faster Than Current App!

skypeforiPhoneSkype has been lavishing focus on its Android and Windows Phone messaging apps as of late, yet it’s now time for the apple iPhone customer to  get a makeover - and it’s one of the company’s largest overhauls in recent memory. The new software brings a much fresher-looking user interface that’s both symphonious with various other systems (chiefly Windows Phone) and lets you accomplish many common tasks faster. You can now start group conversations right from the hub, and you do not need to wait up until a person hops online to send a message. Continue reading

Apple iOS 8 Will Have Shazam’s Song Identification Feature!

iPhoneshazamApple rumors often vary hugely between reality and total fiction, just here is just one of them we would absolutely such as to see, a partnership with Shazam to make it also easier to discover music with an apple iphone.

Bloomberg today stated that Apple is working with a brand-new song discovery feature for an upcoming iOS upgrade that will certainly allow apple iphone or iPad users to identify a song simply by having the device hear it for a few seconds. Continue reading

Facebook Plans to Share Nearby Friends Location Data With Advertisers!

FB NearbyPossibly a little late to the game, though never ever too late, Facebook’s applications have introduced a Find-My-Friends-like feature in the US called Nearby Friends. But the company has repeatedly stressed something about this brand-new feature, it’s optional.

‘Nearby Friends is an optional feature. You can select which could see if you are nearby (for example – your close friends, friends, or a specific friends list) and you could turn it on and off any time’ announced Facebook in a blog post on its Newsroom hub. Continue reading

Google’s Helpouts Experience Service is Now Available for Apple iPhone!

googleNeed to brush up on your cooking abilities, yet only have your iPhone around at hand? Don’t panic> Google has silently brought its Helpouts solution to iOS. Just like the alreadying existing Android application, the iPhone-sized app (sorry, no iPad series) allows you schedule video chats with experts on topics ranging from annealing to bike repair service. Just be ready to limit on your own to complimentary suggestions – Google isn’t really supplying paid Helpouts in the iOS app. You’ll likewise should go to the web if you want to give listings for your own instructional sessions. If neither of those limitations is a deal-breaker, though, you could begin taking courses today.