Apple Likely To Launch A Search Engine Soon

Apple is reportedly under works of developing a search engine of their own, thus likely to depend less on Google in the forthcoming future. The speculations came to light after the enhanced search functionality offered on iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 didn’t require Google support to answer user queries. The multibillion-dollar company had also posted job openings this year for search engineers, suggesting they might be moving forward to having a native search engine. Read More

Are Free Trial VPNs Better Than Free VPNs?

The short answer is: yes, free trial VPNs are a notch above free VPNs in quite a few areas, which you can find below. Spoiler alert: there aren’t many cases where a free VPN plan is the superior option, but that will become apparent soon enough.

Looking to try out the full VPN experience without needing a credit card for the sign-up process? Then you can find plenty of free trials here, a great first stop after reading our comparison. Read More

Why Online Is The Way To Play Roulette

Roulette is a casino classic, which has withstood the test of time. It’s impossible to envisage a casino scene without picturing the devil’s wheel, with its red and black segments. It’s also the excitement and anticipation that surrounds the table – the social vibrancy that fills the casino floor with revelers willing the player on – that makes it a popular choice. But these days, you don’t need to travel to a land-based casino to get your Roulette fix. Online casinos are becoming a more popular option and here, we list five reasons why. Read More

YouTube To Introduce Pop-Up Reminders To Curb Toxic Comments

Youtubers face a lot of toxic and negative comments on a daily basis no matter what they do or say on their channel. Almost everyone on the platform seems to have faced these comments. Naturally, it can be harmful to their mental well being, so YouTube is trying to reduce the number of hate comments through a new feature they’re experimenting with. Read More

YouTube Music’s Explore Tab Will Now Show Users The Global Top Charts

In its attempt to introduce new and better features, and compete with other streaming platforms, YouTube Music has released another update. Its Explore Tab will now show global top charts to users.

The App released a second section in the bottom bar in June this year to replace the video-focused ‘Hotlist’. In late 2018, they added playlists for Top 100 songs and music videos. These playlists are based on the number of views a video is getting on YouTube and, according to Google, is the “most accurate representation of what’s happening in music culture.” Read More

The Most Popular Medical Spa Services To Promote Online

Medical spas are becoming more and more popular, especially as having cosmetic procedures becomes less taboo, and more commonly a topic of conversation. Advertising online is a very sensible thing to do. Almost everyone has an online footprint, and the easiest way to advertise your business is through online advertising and promotion.
A good place to start is to promote the services that your medical spa promotes, and using hashtags and keywords to attract traffic to your website or social media platform. Read More

Users Can Now Set Gmail As Their Default Mail App On iOS 14

Google will now let users set Gmail as the default mail App on their iPhones and iPad. Before that, Google had rolled out a bunch of updates to support the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system.

Version 6.0.200825 of Gmail for iOS is now available on the App Store. You will see an in-app prompt to set the App as the default iOS mail client. Otherwise, you can manually visit Settings>Gmail. In case you delete your iOS Mail App, Gmail (or any other third-party app installed) will be automatically set as the default mail App. Read More

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