Category archives for: Cell Applications

Google Makes Sharing with Your Family Easier

Google has detailed how families can use their Google account to stay connected and in sync with one another. Google already allows people to share media via Google Play Music, Google Play Movies & TV, and Google Play Books. Going forward, families can take advantage of Google Calendar, Keep, and Photos to manage appointments, tasks, and […]

Facebook Adds More Functions to Live Video

  Facebook has announced two new features for live video that should make it more interactive and social. First, there’s Live Chat With Friends. This allows people to invite their friends to a private chat thread that accompanies a public live broadcast. For example, users can begin watching a live video from their favorite artist […]

Snapchat Announces Custom Stories Feature

Snapchat today unveiled a new feature that let’s many people to contribute to the same story. Snapchat calls the new tool custom stories. One person creates the story and then invites others to add their own snaps. The creator can limit the story so only those invited to contribute are allowed to see it. Further, […]

Instagram Adds Location and Hashtag Search

Instagram has made it easier to find story content in its mobile app based on location or interests/topics. A new story ring now appears at the top of the explore section. Stories that have location stickers applied to them will be added to the ring so people can view myriad stories shared from around the world. […]

YouTube TV App for iOS Now Supports AirPlay

YouTube TV app for iOS now has ability to push content to the Apple TV. The Android version of the mobile app can cast video to Chromecast-enabled TVs. The new version of YouTube TV for iOS adds AirPlay, allowing iPhone owners to view YouTube TV programming on their television set through the Apple TV. YouTube […]

Apple Music Three-Month Trial Now Has a Cost in Some Markets

Apple Music trial pricing in Australia, Spain, and Switzerland now has a cost. If you sign up for the three-month trial on iOS or Android in those countries will be charged .99 cents in Australia, .99 € in Spain and .99 Fr. in Switzerland. This is still a small cost to pay for three-months of the service. The […]

YouTube VR Will Support Co-Watching

Google said it is updating YouTube VR with the ability for multiple people to watch and share experiences at the same time. The new tools will make it possible for those with their own headsets to do what Google calls co-watching. People will be able to enjoy the content and discuss it in real time, […]

Google Photos Adding Suggested Sharing, Photo Books

Google during their I/O conference  showed off new tools to make it easier to share photos with others. The new suggested sharing tool is powered by machine learning to recognize faces in photos and match them with your contacts. The app will automatically select the best shots from events/locations and offer personalized sharing suggestions to family […]

BlackBerry Privacy Shade Tool Coming to All Hub+ Subscribers

BlackBerry has announced changes coming to its suite of Android applications, including the general availability of the Privacy Shade. The Privacy Shade was first made available only to BlackBerry-branded handsets, but will soon be available to any Android handset that relies on the BlackBerry Hub+ service. The Privacy Shade lets users adjust the transparency of the […]

Apple Releases iOS 10.3.2

Apple has made iOS 10.3.2 available to the iPhone and iPad. The minor system update primarily resolves bugs, patches security holes, and improves performance. iOS 10.3.2 is free to download and install over the air. Apple also distributed watchOS 3.2.2, macOS Sie

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