Category archives for: Cell Applications

Apple Releases iOS 11.1.2

Apple has released iOS 11.1.2 for the iPhone and iPad. This minor release primarily fixes bugs. Specifically, it resolves an issue where the iPhone X screen might temporarily freeze up or become unresponsive to touch input after a rapid decrease in temperature. It also addresses an issue that might result in blurry Live Photos captured […]

Instagram Improves Mobile Website

Instagram has made its mobile web site a bit more useful. Moving forward, people will be able to take and share photos from instagram.com when using their mobile devices even if the app is not installed. The mobile web also now supports adding text and color to images posted to stories, and saving others’ posts […]

Essential PH-1 Gains Oreo Beta

Essential Products has made Android 8 Oreo available to its PH-1 smartphone in beta form. Essential hopes users will test the beta platform and report bugs or other problems so the code may be cleaned up ahead of the software’s general release. The beta cannot be installed over the air and will require a bit […]

Google Overhauls Home Media App for Android

Google has released a new version of Google Home, the mobile app smartphone owners use to interact with their Google Home speaker and Chromecast dongles. Google says the revised application should make it easier to find content to share with connected speakers and television sets. To start, the app has been given a full visual […]

Google Assistant Gains More Smarts

Google has announced a comprehensive update to the Google Assistant. Most of the changes are meant for developers, but everyone will benefit from Assistant’s improved ability to interact with third-party applications. To start, Assistant will help people find apps in a more seamless and natural way. For example, updates to the app directory will surface […]

Sprint Ups the Value of their Unlimited Plan with Free Hulu

Sprint and Hulu have partnered together so Sprint customers can enjoy access to Hulu’s content for free. New and existing Sprint Unlimited Freedom subscribers can add Hulu at no extra charge. Hulu has three services tiers: streaming with limited commercials for $8 per month, streaming with no commercials for $12 per month, and streaming with […]

Google Updates the Look of Maps to Aid Navigation

Google has announced a significant change to the appearance of Google Maps. According to Google, it has updated the look of driving, navigation, and transit maps in a way so ancillary information is more visible, such as gas stations when driving or train stations when riding the rails. Maps now relies on a new color […]

Apple Release iOS 11.2 Beta 3 to Developers and the Public

Apple has made iOS 11.2 Beta 3 available to both developers and public testers of its mobile device platform. T he main feature of iOS 11.2 appears to be the addition of Apple Pay Cash, which allows iPhone owners to pay one another directly via the iOS messaging application. iOS 11.2 beta 3 cleans up the […]

New Sony Xperia XZ Premium Firmware Update Fixes camera Issues – Plus Adds November Security Patch

The Xperia XZ Premium is the first Sony smartphone to have received the Android 8.0 Oreo update. While, the update contained a fix for a known camera issue that caused news issues with the camera. Android 8.0 Oreo broke the camera sensor’s functionality, which meant that the RGBC-IR and ToF (Laser AF) features were not […]

Outlook for Android Now Sports New Group Features

Good news Outlook for Android users, as Microsoft has just released a new version of the app that brings important new Group features. The new features announced over the weekend are available to all Office 365 users via Outlook for Android. Microsoft has added the option to create or delete a group directly from the phone, […]

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