Category archives for: Cell Applications

Facebook Messenger Adds Live Location Sharing

Facebook today made it possible for people to share their real-time location with others using Messenger. The optional tool is available to both Android and iOS devices. Live Location can be shared for up to 60 minutes and turned on or off at any time. The location data will pinpoint people on a map and […]

Cortana for Android Now Works On the Lock Screen

Microsoft today made it possible for Android device owners to access and use Cortana above the lock screen on their smartphones. Microsoft has been testing the feature since earlier this year and is now rolling it out to all users. People can swipe on the lock screen to see Cortana’s basic information screen as well […]

Apple Releases iOS 10.3

Apple today made iOS 10.3 available to the public after several months of beta testing. The most significant feature of iOS 10.3 is a tool called Find My AirPods, which helps people locate lost earbuds via an audio alert. The system update also adopts the Apple File System (APFS), refreshes the Apple ID profile behaviors, […]

Google to Removing SMS from Hangouts May 22

Google outlined a number of changes to its various messaging services, including a dramatic shift for Hangouts. Starting May 22, Google Hangouts will no longer support SMS for text messaging between phones. Hangouts will continue to work as a messaging client, it just cannot be used to send SMS messages. Earlier this year Google said […]

Facebook Messenger Adds Message Reactions and @Replies

Facebook has announced several new features for Messenger that should make the messaging application even more interactive. First, the app adds the ability to react to messages in one-on-one or group chats. Pressing and holding any message brings up the love, smile, wow, sad, angry, yes, and no emojis, which can then be applied to the […]

Instagram Turns On Two-Factor Authentication for Everyone

Instagram said it has rolled out two-factor authentication for all users around the world. The extra layer of security is optional, but can be used to safeguard accounts. With 2FA turned on, account holders will need to enter a code (in addition to their username and password) each time they log in from a new device. […]

Google Adds Audio Calls to Duo, Attachments to Allo, Better Uploads to Photos

Google has updated a some of its apps and services today, including Duo, Allo, and Photos. Duo users on Android and iOS will be able to make voice-only calls when they wish. Google says Duo’s voice calls work well on most connection speeds and won’t consume much data. Audio calls via Duo are being made available […]

Amazon Alexa Comes to the Huawei Mate 9 Today

Today at 3pm ET, users of the Huawei Mate 9 will be able to update their phones over the air to support Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. The Mate 9 is the first phone to have built-in access to Alexa On The Go. Currently, other phones can only access Alexa when used with a hardware accessory of […]

Wells Fargo to Bring Smartphone Sign-Ins to 13,000 ATMs

Wells Fargo customers will soon be able to access their accounts at ATMs via their smartphones. Wells Fargo plans to update all 13,000 of its ATMs in the U.S. next week, completing a pilot that’s been in the testing phase for more than a year. The ATMs will grant access to accounts and cash through […]

Google News & Weather Will Now Have More Stories

Google said it has added more stores to the home screen of its News & Weather app for mobile devices. Specifically, the home screen will list an additional 200 stories in a section called More Headlines. Google says the More Headlines section is easy to scroll through on smartphone screens and offers a deeper look at […]

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