- 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.
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- 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