Instagram Reverts Back To The Default Scaled Model On iPhone XS Max

Instagram users on iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR observed a strange behaviour on the App suddenly after the recent update. The App for the photo-sharing platform looked unusual and all the icons seemed to be bigger just like how it was before the Instagram fixed the problem for the new iPhones. Unfortunately, the company seems to have done it on purpose as it could not run the App on iPhones running older versions of iOS. Read More

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Google Assistant Wins “The Smart Speaker IQ Test” Against Alexa And Siri

Most of us make use of the voice assistants like Alexa, Siri, Cortana and Google Assistant in our everyday life and some of us may even have wondered on which is the best amongst them. Well, you don’t have to keep a check on how they perform because the verdict is already out after a series of tests done by Loop Ventures on each of these voice models and it seems like the Google Assistant is leading the way. Read More

You Can Soon Gift In-App Purchases On The App Store

Apple has gone ahead and removed the clause of ‘not allowing in-app purchases on the App Store to be gifted to others’ with the new update and the users will soon be able to gift the in-app purchases. Although the holiday season is almost here, the update won’t be available right now and majority of the iOS users will have to wait for a few more weeks. Read More

Here’s The New ‘Lens Challenges’ On Snapchat, With Loads Of Themes

After releasing several features including the Year End Story feature this week, Snapchat has launched yet another feature called “Lens Challenges”. The challenges are pretty similar to what you play on TikTok or Instagram and you can enjoy the same experience on this social media platform. The challenges makes use of Lenses inside Snapchat’s camera and you can choose from a list of activities to compete with the Snap users around the world. Read More

Google’s Pixel Buds Gets A Brand New Product Video

Google has not announced any plans yet for the next version of Pixel Buds, but the company is certainly making a stride to boost the sales of the original Buds with a new video. The product video puts a light on all the great features of the Pixel Bud and how well it can go along with your Pixel smartphone. It also comes in a nice looking grey box that you can carry along anywhere. Read More

Google Claims That Lens Can Now Recognise More Than 1 Billion Items

It has not been a long time since Google introduced Lens on Assistant and Photos Apps on Android devices. Its been only a year since it’s launch in October 2017 and the company says that it can readily identify more than 1 billion objects in this world. This is incredible considering the advancements Google is making with it’s AI and machine learning technology to keep the Lens App updated with most of the surrounding items. Read More

Gboard Adds New Dialects, Now Supports Around 500 languages

Google’s keyboard ‘Gboard‘ started out with just 100 languages back in 2016 and in just a span of 2 years, it has reached a figure of 500 languages which is simply incredible. Google revealed these figures in a blog post and said that Gboard now also include some rare dialects like Nigerian Pidgin, Rangpuri, Balinese, and Pontic Greek and also around 40 new writing systems such as Cyrillic and Roman alphabets. Read More

Instagram Now Lets You Ask Questions In Live And Interact With Music

Instagram just doesn’t seem to stop bringing out new features, with so many new ones being added in the past few months. The latest update gives Instagram users the ability to use the question stickers in live videos to bring more ways of interaction with friends or celebrities. Also, instead of answering the question individually you can chose to insert any music as an answer. Read More

Snapchat Is Giving A ‘Year End Story’ Recap To Its Users

The most popular recap feature is back and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Snapchat users can once again see a collection of all their Snaps combined in the form of a story which can viewed and shared with their friends as well. Snapchat calls it the ‘Year End Story’ and says it will be a recap of all your interesting memories and moments which you can watch along with your dear ones. Read More

Future iPhones Will Have Both Face ID And Touch ID, Shows Apple’s New Patent

Apple had implemented the first Face ID on it’s anniversary edition iPhone X last year, which lead from the previous technology of Touch ID being used in all the older iPhones and iPads. A new patent filed by Apple has emerged online which shows to have an iPhone with both of these, Face ID and Touch ID, integrated inside its software and hardware and users will be able to access any of them as they wish. Read More