Huawei had an excellent roll through the recent years with their latest flagships. However, their progress had been drastically undermined due to the US ban on Huawei. This ban had caused a lot of friction regarding the compatibility of android features with Huawei devices. Well, now Huawei has decided to no longer keep their progress on hold in the hopes of having the ban lifted. The Chinese manufacturer no longer plans to return to Android with all the popular Google apps present. These apps include the Play Store, Search, Google Maps, Gmail, and others. Huawei will instead invest heavily in its own platform, which would soon eliminate their dependence on Google. Read More
We may soon be seeing the dawn of the original lightning adapter developed by Apple. The members of the European Parliament had voted 582-40 for a resolution to ensure that EU consumers are no longer needed to purchase different adapters to power different devices. The members have been overwhelmingly supportive of this decision and all this support leads directly to the bane of Apple since they’re the only ones offering proprietary ports for their apple devices. Most of the Android devices have already seemed to have made the move on to the USB C type ports. Read More
The obsession for self-care apps has grown exponentially over the years, especially among the millennials. One such industry that has reaped from this growth is the meditation apps industry. Sensor Tower reports that the top 10 meditation apps had pulled $8 million in revenue in 2015 which rose to a staggering $195 million in 2019.
The top meditation apps include Calm, Headspace, Breethe, Insight Timer and many more. Out of all these apps, only two apps have stayed in the top 10 since 2015, Headspace and Calm. A big chunk of self-care apps’ revenue is being claimed by these two apps. Calm had grossed an estimated $92 million globally and headspace with $56 million spent by its users. Read More
Google plans to add a live transcription feature to the latest Google Translate update. This feature allows users to record audio in one language and have it rendered to another language in real-time. Google gave a demonstration of this technology along with a series of other artificial intelligence demos at its San Francisco office.
The service is still in its testing stage as Google says there are many more developments to be made regarding this concept. Google says that to access this feature, users will likely need an internet connection. This is due to the real-time nature of the translation process that, Google claims to be, much more complex in nature as compared to simply translating written text from one language to another. Read More
After a long spell of rumours, new images have been leaked regarding the design of Samsungs upcoming Galaxy Z Flip. A lot more information has been spread since our last coverage about this flip phone concept from Samsung. In the new leaks, we can see the phone shining with its beautiful purple gloss finish.
Samsung making its approach into the flip phone market has been quite questionable since its last hurdle with their Galaxy Fold design. However, Samsung seems to be making a pretty bold step moving ahead with this design. It is competing much to the likes of the Motorola Razr Flip. This could pave a great path to the future of flip phones. Read More
Have you ever thought of learning a new language? Well, the struggle gets quite real when it comes to finding good applications that help an absolute novice to grasp new languages. After going through multiple language learning apps, we’ve come across “FunEasyLearn”. This app, in particular, has really caught my attention with its incredibly simplistic design and an amazingly clean format. I’m not kidding, even a child could easily get through the app with its super intuitive and playful design in place. Read More
It’s no secret that mobile apps are taking over our daily lives with 5 billion mobile users spending up to 90% of their screen time using apps. When we first entered the digital age, you heard that your company had to have a website so many times a day that I’m sure you got sick of the advice. Well, now the same is being said for brands needing to have their own app. In fact, in a recent New York Times article, Jon Hudson who is VP of customer solutions and innovation at Criteo said that “If you’re a brand and you don’t have an app strategy or you aren’t investing in your app development, then it’s going to be really hard for you to engage and monetize the fastest growing populations, which are mobile shoppers.”
Similar to launching new small businesses, many new apps that hit the market will fail, sending their developers back to the drawing board to find a new angle. According to Digital Authority, who wrote an entire mobile app development guide, if you don’t have a solid marketing plan in place before you launch then you are destined for failure. App marketing trends are evolving quickly and if you’re still using the same methods that worked 5 years ago then you’re already behind. Here are some of the top tips for marketing apps in 2020. Read More
In this era and time, one does not need to go into the casinos to wager physically. Every day, software engineers and innovation experts work in inventing new casino mobile apps. These apps can be downloaded to your mobile device and wager at the comfort of your desired places.
Mobile gaming has been the latest and most popular wagering device. The software engineers are working hard on portable gadgets so that with the help of the WIFI connectivity, one could gamble from any state and any place.
Casino gambling apps are compatible with iOS and Android devices. The software is in sync, and you can play your favorite games on the move. Take your best sitting position and read through as I take you through 4 best casino mobile apps this year. Read More
Apple celebrates its 10 year milestone ever since the launch of the original iPad. At the time of its launch, the iPad was deemed to be a controversial product due to the various concerns about its enormous size. However, users have grown through its abnormalities over the years and currently the iPad is on pace to replace traditional desktops as well. Read More
Twitter has finally implemented the much awaited emoji reactions to Direct Messages. To make use of this feature, you can either tap the small “heart-plus” icon beside the text or double-tap on a message to open the emoji reactions menu.
Before officially announcing the new emoji reactions, Twitter had teased their users with a tweet “sliding into your DMs like” along with seven emojis. The steady increase in the use of emojis on the platform could be a motivating factor contributing to its launch. Twitter has joined much to the likes of Facebook and Instagram with the implementation. Given the ubiquitous availability of similar tools on other messaging platforms, it’s only about time until twitter made their step forward with this integration. Read More