- Explore Snapchat+ Subscription with New Tools Snapchat needs to catch up with new revenue streams to stay on the float. Recently, the developers shared some information that a subscription service Snapchat+ is getting ready for launch. It brings several changes to the app, trying to grasp the attention of the users.
First of all, you will get an exclusive badge showing everyone you own a premium account. There will be new icons, emojis, and filters, that only subscribed users can exploit. In addition, if you are curious by nature, a specialized feature will show the location history of a particular person, or you can take a look... Continue reading
- Airdrop Helper for MacBook Users There is one feature that still annoys many people who use Apple devices: a little notch on the display that has been added to the iPhone X back in 2017. It might not cause you much trouble while using a mobile device, but owners of MacBook Pros still can’t quite wrap their heads around the missing part at the top of the screen.
Well, maybe there is now a chance that this little notch can be useful. A developer, Ian Keen, showed on Twitter that he is in the process of making this notch light up when AirDropping files from your... Continue reading
- What Can We Expect in Sonic Origins SEGA has gifted the fans with a little bit of a preview about Sonic Origins, which is supposed to release on 23rd June. Maybe you have got a glimpse of the stream that showed several new features that are being added to the game.
Of course, one of the most memorable parts was the bright and exciting cutscenes that we will probably see in Story Mode. As of now, Sonic is staying the main character throughout the events. Many would say that it compares even to Sonic Mania’s presentation.
You can’t even imagine how much nostalgia is back at the game: famous... Continue reading
- Google Photos Update for ChromeOS Google is working on getting more convenient features to the ChromeOS. The latest update targeted Google Photos and some editing changes to the app. The integration is supposed to help users easier navigate both Gallery and Photos, so you can choose what platform you prefer more.
Some reports say that the handy feature will arrive on ChromeOS pretty soon. Now, through the Gallery app, you can choose to edit the file in Google Photos, which is said to have more professional sets of tools. For example, users can manipulate white and black points, regulate skin tone, and add a vignette.
Previously, you... Continue reading
- We Are Waiting for Snapchat Family Center Snapchat has been working on improving its security and safety questions. New screenshots have been shown, and there we can catch a glimpse of an upcoming update that might include ‘Family Center’.
So far, it seems like this function will help parents monitor what their children do on the app: who they’ve added, their following, and engagements. It seems like a very useful function, but it brings some discussions to the app.
Of course, for parents, it is a good way to ensure their children’s privacy and safety. Nevertheless, Snapchat has been known for its anonymity with disappearing messages and close circles... Continue reading
- Apex Legends on Steam Deck Getting Some Positive Results Apex Legends has shown us some interesting updates lately, and now, many users have found out that the game has some potential on different platforms. The Steam Deck version has proved to be more successful than the PlayStation 4 one.
The comparison video was released by ElAnalistaDeBits, where the creator showed the main changes in the game while playing on the console from Valve. They also noticed that it is better compared to Apex Legends on Nintendo Switch. The game can reach 680p, when on the handheld console, it can run only on 640p and 512p.
Moreover, you can see some highlights... Continue reading
- Twitter Will Now Allow All App Advertisers to Place Ads in Replies It has already been months since Twitter started testing the option of placing ads in replies. As the new feature for advertisers proved to be successful, it will now be available on iOS and Android devices for all advertisers on the platform.
The way this feature works is that brands have an opportunity to include app install ads in conversation threads on Twitter after the first reply. This method is supposed to increase engagement, especially when such ads are included in relevant conversations.
Twitter started testing this feature in the fall of 2021 and the results have been positive. Many advertisers reported... Continue reading
- Google Assistant Now Automatically Changes Passwords after a Breach The process of changing a password after a breach has become easier thanks to the Google Assistant feature that is now available more widely. The information comes from a well-known leaker Max Weinbach on Twitter.
According to the screenshot posted by Weinbach, users will now see a pop-up window in the Android Chrome browser informing a user if their password was somehow breached. The system offers you to change the password automatically by clicking ‘confirm’ and agreeing to let Google Assistant help you.
One thing to note is that this feature works exclusively on supported sites. If the system notices potential problems... Continue reading
- Snapchat Presents a Host of New AR-Powered Tools to Change How You Shop Within the App Snapchat has introduced a dedicated destination for its app users to try on clothes, shoes, and accessories via augmented reality shopping lenses. At its Snap Partner Summit, the mega-popular social media platform presented several new AR-powered features to make the users’ shopping experiences more first-hand and engaging.
With the “Dress-Up” tool, customers will be able to enjoy virtual try-on sessions and explore new shopping experiences right from within the app. Dress Up lets you try wearing 3D replicas of genuine clothing items and accessories by various AR-friendly brands in real-time and without having to buy them first. Users have the option... Continue reading
- Blizzard Confirms WoW New Mobile Game Reveal on May 3, 2022: Here Is What’s Known Blizzard is betting big on mobile. Previously, there was sketchy information circling about a possible new Warcraft title coming to mobile devices, and the American video game developer and publisher did not confirm the existence of the game until recently. On April 28, 2022, Blizzard finally acknowledged its plans to introduce the first mobile entry in the series. The company tweeted a post inviting WoW franchise fans to join the reveal event scheduled for May 3, 10:00 am PT, where more details about the game should be made public.
Now, several days after the event, we can speak more confidently about... Continue reading
- Take a Look at Your WhatsApp Data The popular messaging app owned by Meta allows users to see their profile data according to the European data privacy rules, which were implemented on 25 May 2018. You can see what information the company collects when you create an account and then correct the input of the data if you find it wrong.
The feature has been available since 2018, but right now, it comes in handy with the Internet expanding to a new level. First of all, you will need to request a data report, which can be accessed by all users: you can find it in your settings.... Continue reading
- Be Ready for the New World of Warcraft Expansion World of Warcraft is known for its deep and rich lore, which has gathered millions of players around the world in this exciting MMO, and what everyone has probably heard of is dragons. The ninth expansion will come out under the name of Dragonflight, which somewhat spoilers the main idea of the new part.
Dragon aspects have made the history of WoW so much more interesting, and their return opens up a new era on the many servers. Even though not all players are fully familiar with the lore of these aspects, there are plenty of novels about World of Warcraft... Continue reading