Samsung Rolls Out OneUI 3.0 Public Beta With Android 11 For The Galaxy S20 Series

Before officially rolling out Android 11 to all Samsung devices, Samsung has just opened up a public beta of OneUI 3.0 with Android 11, following a developer preview last month. Android 11 is supposed to launch a few months later.

The OneUI 3.0 public beta is now available only for Galaxy S20 users in South Korea, Samsung’s home country, as reported by SamMobile. Later, Samsung will expand the Android 11 beta to other countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, China, and India. Read More

Instagram Rolls Out An Easter Egg, Among Other New Features

Instagram is celebrating its 10th birthday by including an easter egg that will let users switch back to the original icon – or even earlier ones – without creating a shortcut for it.

It is also bringing back the photo map feature, along with new anti-bullying measures and a warning when you’re following an account that belongs to a nation-state. 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

iPad Air 4 Benchmark Results Shared Online As Apple Reportedly Prepares A14 Apple TV

The newest A14 Bionic chipset from Apple would be embedded in the recently announced iPad Air 4. The new iPhone 12 and Apple TV are also speculated to be powered by the same chipset. Since all these products are still not released, it is difficult for us to actually speculated at the performance of this newest chipset from Apple, but a recent Geekbench benchmark leak gives us a closer look at this new chipset. Read More

Apple Releases New macOS Mojave 10.14.6 Supplemental Update With Important Bug Fixes

Apple released its new macOS on October 2nd to fix several bugs and issues that reportedly slowed down the Mac when they updated to Mojave 2020-005, the previous update. Mojave 10.14.6 is a supplemental update that comes with bug fixes and a relaunch for Safari 14, which also caused bugs for some users. Read More

Apple Removes More RSS Apps From Chinese App Store, Likely A Demand From The Chinese Government

Three years after removing RSS Apps Feedly and Inoreader from the Chinese App Store, Apple has now kicked off Fiery Feeds and Reeder from the platform as well. It was reportedly a demand from the government. Apple has been called out many times for giving in, to the Chinese government rule by following its censorship requests without any proper public statement. Read More

Top 5 iOS Apps For Dog Lovers

We think we’re speaking on everyone’s behalf when we say that everyone loves dogs. More than 67% of people own a dog in the US. A major portion of the rest of the population are either looking to adopt one or are, at least, dog enthusiasts. If you’re a dog lover and are looking to give a dog a home, we’ve got some Apps for you that will help you find your new best friend. Here are the Top 5 iOS Apps For Dog Lovers. Read More

Electronics Recycler Caught Illegally Reselling Over 100,000 iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches

Apple recently caught and sued a Canadian electronics recycling company Geep for illegally selling over 100,000 Apple devices. The devices were originally supposed to go for recycling. Geep is putting the entire blame on the three employees who it claims to have acted on their own. Interestingly, all three employees are reportedly Geep executives. Read More

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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