Motion Stills was a previously iOS-exclusive app that allowed you to capture Live Photos which the app then stabilized and created loops out of. You could then share them as GIFs. It’s no secret that Google’s internal app teams love iOS, but now Android is finally getting some of that love.
The Motion Stills app has ... Read More »
The Google Play Music app for both Android and iOS is getting a very useful new feature. Searching for music generally meant having to wait for the results to load then selecting one to play it. When you’re searching for something specific, it was a bit convoluted.
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Snapchat‘s 10-second video limit is annoying when it comes to sharing content. There is something to be said for limitations inspiring creativity, but more often than not, that 10-second limit gets in the way of sharing life events.
A new addition is now rolling out to iOS users that allows ... Read More »
Facebook is no stranger to ads, but the mobile experience is about to get a few more. After a limited test in Thailand and Australia, Facebook plans to roll out ads on the Messenger app homescreen to everyone by the end of 2017.
These ads will be the run-of-the-mill kind that you ... Read More »
YouTube TV is a very interesting service but it’s limited to only a few markets. Thankfully, Google has finally deemed it time to expand.
In a few weeks, YouTube TV is coming to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Houston, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.
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Google Glass was released more than three years ago, but it’s been dormant for so long. The project disappeared from the public and we haven’t heard a peep since. The world wasn’t quite ready for Google Glass, so most people’s glasses have been lying around collecting dust.
Now, out of nowhere, both ... Read More »
Privacy is a big issue these days, with our privacy quickly dwindling for many reasons (including the information we willing put out on the internet every day). If you want increased privacy during your web browsing, the latest app from Firefox can help.
Firefox Focus isn’t meant to replace your regular browser. In fact, it’s missing ... Read More »
This is a change some of you might have already seen. The feature has slowly been rolling out to a select group of people, and now Google has made it official. The mobile YouTube app has received a new interface, moving the tabs to the bottom for ... Read More »
YouTube Kids is a version of YouTube age-gated so kids can watch it without finding anything made for mature audiences. With tons of content and 8 million weekly active viewers, it’s a great way for your kids to safely watch YouTube on a phone or tablet.
Google has announced that the ... Read More »