Google Maps Rolls Out AR Navigation For Select Users

Google has started launching its Augmented Reality feature on Google Maps, which is being currently tested by a few number of users in the US. The AR feature will allow users to see a mix of camera imagery and animations that will show on the Maps screen such as arrows, landmarks, animated creatures. This way you can know how to reach your destination while also knowing what’s around you on the phone screen. Read More

Apple Is Offering Free Trials Again To Older Apple Music Customers

Apple is tying to boost the user base of Apple Music by trying to lure in older customers who may have cancelled the membership at one point of time. The company has been sending out the push notifications to several of these users since the past week asking them to to get back to Apple Music and enjoy 3 months of free music streaming. Read More

5 Best Lock Screen Widgets For iOS

You surely like to use Apps for news, sports, events and others to get your daily dose of information right on your the screen of your iPhone/ iPad. But when you are in a rush and do not have the time to open each App and check for latest updates, the widgets are the best companion on your iOS device. You can setup widgets for a variety of Apps depending on which Apps you use the most. Here’s a list of the five best lock screen widgets for iOS. Read More

Latest iPhone Ad Shows Depth Control For iPhone XS And iPhone XR

A new Ad from Apple gives an insight into the depth control mode for the camera on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. If you happen to own one of these phones, you already know about how to use this setting to adjust the background blur in an image. As shown in the Ad, you can quickly adjust the image to make the background sharp or out of focus after you click the picture. Read More

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You Can Now Watch IGTV Previews On Instagram Feeds

Instagram announced on Twitter today that users will now be able to watch the previews of their favourite IGTV shows right on the feeds section. The good part is that users can directly open the entire video if they wish to watch it and the bad part is that these previews are going to excessively clutter the feeds, and will possibly annoy several users. Read More

Apple Pay Expands To Over 20 New Banks Around The World

Apple Pay is now available across more bank partners around the world, as we came to earlier about HSBC France and BNP Paribas also joining this list. Apple has included the new banks in its detailed list of banks that already support the service. Also, you can search for the US banks under the new and organised sub categories from the same list and check if your bank supports Apple Pay. Read More

iPhone Apps Are Being Recorded Privately Without User Knowledge

Lot of popular iPhone Apps including big travel companies are tracking user data on a daily basis without leaving a hint of it for the users. If you happen to use on of these iPhone Apps and browse on it and enter your private credentials like credit card, it is a serious risk and threat on your security as every detail is being monitored and stored by these companies. Read More

VlC 4.0 Confirmed With Updated UI And Features For VR And 3D

VLC has announced that they are planning an newer version of the media player this year and it will be have an all new user interface with changes in features and fresh upgrades. The company spoke about this at the FOSDEM 2019 event today describing all the big changes that are coming to this popular open source media player used by millions of people around the globe. Read More