Category archives for: Cell Applications

Apple Drops iOS 11.4 Beta 6 To Both Developers And Public Testers

Apple has released iOS 11.4 Beta 6 to both registered developers and public beta testers. The release comes just several days after Apple pushed iOS 11.4 Beta 5. Apple didn’t provide a reason for the quick iteration. iOS 11.4 primarily adds support for ClassKit, Apple’s new set of developer tools that target educations. It also […]

Essential Updates Its Camera App With A New UI

Essential today said it has published a new version of the camera app for its PH-1 phone. Most significantly, the app has been given a fresh coat of paint with new icons that should make it easier to see and switch between photos, videos, and other modes. The app renames the Monochrome shooting mode as […]

Instagram Now Allows Sharing Feed Posts to Stories

Instagram today made it possible to share feed posts directly to stories. The latest version of the app includes tools that make it easy to share a post published in your feed to your own story as a sticker where your friends and followers can see and interact with it. Posts shared to stories will display […]

Google Wifi Lets You Check Network Connections for Each Device

Google is rolling out a new tool to its wifi product that will let people gain more insight with respect to the performance of their home network. The Google Wifi Network Check function lets people measure how each individual device is performing on their wifi network. “Knowing wifi coverage is poor in an area of your […]

WhatsApp Expands Group Chat Tools

WhatsApp today added a handful of features to its group chat function that should improve the experience. For example, a new group description provides a short blurb that explains the purpose, topic, and guidelines behind each group. Admins have a fresh set of controls that allow them to restrict who can change the group’s subject, icon, […]

Twitter Working On New Tools To Mute Trolls

Twitter is stepping up its efforts to clean up conversations on its platform. The company is using a combination of human review processes, machine learning, and policies to find and hide tweets that “distort and detract from the public conversation.” Specifically, it is seeking tweets that come from accounts that don’t have any followers, or from […]

Apple Drops iOS 11.4 Beta 5 To Devs

Apple today released iOS 11.4 Beta 5 to registered developers. Most importantly, this build adds support for ClassKit, Apple’s new set of developer tools that target educations. The build also re-introduces several features that were meant to be included in iOS 11.3, but didn’t make the final release. These include AirPlay 2 and Messages on […]

Gmail’s ‘Nudge’ Feature Is Now Rolling Out

Google said its artificial assistant-powered “nudge” tool is going live for most Gmail users today. The tool is meant to remind people to respond to emails that may have fallen through the cracks. Gmail “will now ‘nudge’ users to reply to emails they may have missed and to follow up on emails for which they haven’t […]

‘Take A Break’ Timer Comes To Android YouTube App

Google is pushing an update to YouTube which gives people the opportunity to schedule breaks. The reminder can be set to automatically pause video after you’ve watched for 15, 30, 60, 90, or 180 minutes. Video will remain paused until the reminder is dismissed. The feature is buried in the settings menu and must be turned […]

YouTube Adds HDR Playback To The iPhone X

YouTube has rolled out support for HDR video playback on the Apple iPhone X. The latest version of YouTube adds the feature, which needs to be toggled on in the settings menu. The iPhone X is the first iPhone capable of playing HDR video, which offers more contrast than standard video. YouTube is free to […]

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