Category archives for: Cell Applications

Google Has Updated Pixel Phones To Support Night Sight

Google says all three generations of Pixel phones will soon be able to take advantage of Night Sight, Google’s new low-light photo feature. Night Sight uses several techniques at once in order to improve the chances of capturing a successful shot in dark environments. Night Sight continually adapts to the movement of the Pixel phone and […]

Google Assistant’s Gains More Smart Home Powers

Goggle is adding a wide range of features to its AI-powered Google Assistant that focus on improving the experience at home. First, family members will be able to respond to broadcasts. The broadcast feature lets people send a voice message to their Google Home speakers or video displays from their phone. Until now, broadcasts have […]

Spotify Comes To the Apple Watch

Spotify today revealed a new way for people to manage their music.  The company developed an app specifically for watchOS and the Apple Watch. Once installed, people will be able to play, pause, or skip to the next track; instantly set tempo-matching songs for runs; connect to home speakers; as well as access and manage […]

Cloudflare Ships DNS On Android And iOS

Cloudflare has extended its fast and private DNS to mobile devices in a simple-to-use app. The DNS is based on Cloudflare’s global network, which the company claims is 28% faster than other public resolvers. This translates to faster web browsing. More importantly, the DNS prevents internet service providers from snooping on DNS […]

Latest GBoard Now Uses AI To Suggest GIFs, Emoji And Stickers

Google’s GBoard application for Android devices is prepared to add a bit of smarts to the conversation. The latest version of the app will use artificial intelligence to suggest GIFs, emojis, and stickers. As people type, Google will scan for words that are commonly paired with GIFs, emoji or stickers. When it reads them, the […]

Google Will Let Developers Update Apps While People Use Them

Google has announced a number of features that developers can put to use in their Android apps. First up, the new In-App Updates API lets developers push updates to their app while the app is in use. One one scenario, the user waits a moment while the update is applied immediately. In another scenario, the update […]

Fossil Packs The Snapdragon 3100 Wear In Its New Sport Watch

Fossil today announced a new Wear OS-based smartwatch that is among the first wave of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 3100 Wear smartwatches running the latest version of Wear OS. Qualcomm announced the system-on-a-chip, which makes big gains in maximizing battery life, earlier this year. Fossil says in normal mode the Sport can last more than a full day, […]

Files Go For Android Has Been Rebranded As Files by Google

Google today said it is its mobile app for managing on-device storage and sharing files with others. When Files Go first launched in December 2017, its goal was to help people whose devices had limited storage. It was also meant to let people share music, videos, and apps with others even when an internet connection wasn’t […]

Samsung Debuts One UI For Phones

Samsung today announced One UI, a brand new user interface that it intends to roll out to devices such as phones and tablets. It relies on new design language based on the idea of blocks floating over a surface to give it a more modern feel. In the settings menus, Samsung will ensure that similar or […]

Apple Updates Clips App With Selfie Scenes

Apple today provided an update to Clips, its app for creating and sharing videos on the iPhone and iPad. The new version of Clips adds a half dozen Selfie Scenes, which are Apple’s 360-degree background environments that let people put themselves into a 3D scene. The new Scenes rely on the TrueDepth camera on the newer […]

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