Apple’s iPhone Could Soon Feature The Google Assistant

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Google Assistant marked its debut to the Android Phones last year with the launch of Pixel and Pixel-XL phone models. It was first exclusive just for the Pixel models but eventually the feature rolled out to a lot of other Android running devices. With the flawless functionality of Google Assistant, latest rumors reveal that Apple is soon going to introduce the same in the forthcoming iPhone devices.  Read More

Live Football Stats – SBAT.com, Now For iOS And Android

Capture11111Live Football Stats by SBAT.com, is an app launched exclusively for the football fanatics around the world and provides them with live football scores, statistics and results for almost every game.

Get live updates in your hand with scores and stats from all major footie leagues including The Premier League, La Liga, Seria A, Bundesliga and more!

The game is compatible only on the iOS platform presently, with the Android version ready to be rolled out in the coming weeks. Read More

Get Connected With ALW- Almost Live With, Now For iOS and Android

alw-iconALW- Almost Live With, is a newly launched instant communication and messaging application with enhanced features and realtime communication to your loved ones  through voice calling, messages anytime, anywhere.

The application is specially fabricated with various distinctive features that will easily drive you away from the regular social networking applications.

ALW is compatible on both, iOS and Android Platforms and is available to download free of charge.  Read More

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Apple Patents Fingerprint Reading Touchscreen For The iPhone 8

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Apple’s rumored iPhone 8 will feature a new type of display technology that will let Apple build TouchID directly into the display. It will allow you to rest your thumb or finger on the display itself to take a fingerprint reading. Apple’s radical design will make the iPhone feature an all-display frontage. The technology, described in a filing made public Tuesday by the US Patent and Trade Office, will replace the physical home button that’s traditionally occupied the space below the iPhone’s screen. Read More