Here’s How to Get iOS 12 on Your Device Before the Official Roll Out

September 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple had a lot to offer at its September 12 event, and one among that was the new iOS 12. The latest version of the operating system for the iPhones is being rolled out as a system that will improve the overall experience on both iPhones and iPad. The iOS 12 features a host of […]

Google Experiments with New Commute Interface to Replace Transit and Driving Tabs

September 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has the habit of frequently testing out new features for Google Maps, and the latest among such attempts revolves around making the app further easier for commutation. The search giant is reportedly tweaking the appearance of its navigational app by completely replacing the Driving and Transit tabs with a new interface called Commute. The […]

Google Photos Gets Updated on Android with Inclusion of More Material Elements

September 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Photos on Android is getting updated to v4.0 that brings with it new material design elements and a refined theme to match the experience of Android Pie. The theme of the app has been completely overhauled with new rounded icons like that of the Android Pie. Besides, Google has also tweaked the font and […]

Google Brings Material Design on Chrome across All Platforms

September 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chrome is finally getting the much-awaited material theme design across all its platforms. With version 69, Google is updating the design and interface of Chrome browser with materialistic layout across Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. The change is highlighted with the new rounded omnibox that combines the search and address bar. Search results get […]

Skype Reverts to Fundamentals; Takes Down Design Complications for Retaining Simplicity

September 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Video calling app Skype drew rebuke recently when it decided to make things complicated. An update for the app featured various tweak in interface along with addition of new features. But unfortunately, it wasn’t well received among the users as the interface turned out to be much more complicated than before. Skype is now correcting […]

AllTrails to Keep You Connected and Safe on Your Hike

August 29, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AllTrails, as you all know, is a website and a mobile app that provides around 50,000 hiking trails across the US for its members. A new feature, which will help hiking enthusiasts, was announced recently. The newly added feature was revealed among its Pro members. The feature makes it easier for a member to share […]

Gmail for Android Finally Lets You Recall Those Erroneous Mails

August 22, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is finally letting Android users experience some of the Gmail features, which until now were limited to the web version of the mail service. One of the biggest additions to the Android version is the Undo feature, which is making its appearance in smartphones after three years since it was first introduced in the […]

Skype Now Lets You Handle Your Text Messages on Android through Desktops

August 22, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android 8.1 Oreo brought in the feature called SMS Connect that made it possible for users to access their SMS through desktops. The initial phase of the feature saw it being limited to bridging the default Messages app on Android devices and Chromebook. However, third party apps are now leveraging the potential of SMS Connect, […]

Snapchat’s Android Redesign is Hiding within the App in Alpha Form

August 21, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat was at the receiving end of widespread backlash when they attempted to bring in a redesign to the photo sharing app. The redesign was so widely hated that it almost lost the charm it has brought up until then. Snapchat was quick enough to pull down the updates and revert the app to its […]

Dark Mode Makes a Cameo in Android Message; Likely to Make Comeback Soon

August 21, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google brought a big cheer on the face of many with the recent update for its default messaging app, Android Message. Version 3.5 of Android Messages had the niche ‘Dark Mode’ feature that turned the entire interface of the messaging app into dark mode that was catchy and materialistic at the same time. However, it […]

Android 9.0 Pie Hits Pixel Smartphones; Available on Essential Phone Too

August 8, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is officially rolling out its next big Android iteration, the Android 9.0 Pie. Long called as Android P, the new version of Android has started hitting the Pixel devices. But quite intriguingly, the Android P is also being made available on the same day for a device which one would have guessed the least; […]

Google’s Chrome Browser Wants to Shame All Unsecured Websites

July 26, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Chrome is getting updated to newer version, and sadly there is no arrival of aesthetic improvement features as we have seen in the Canary version. Instead, v68 of Chrome is oriented around upgrading the security measures. The latest update doesn’t offer security by blocking sites by its own, but instead, it has taken the […]

Skype to Get Fresh Features; Call Recording is One of Them

July 18, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Telecommunication application software product Skype, which got launched in 2003, will soon allow you to record calls. When it comes to video calls, Skype was the most widely used application initially. But various other new applications took over and the prominence seemed to be fading a bit. The main reason why people started opting for […]

Adobe Photoshop to Hop On to Apple iPad Soon

July 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe, we hear, is all set to launch a full version of Photoshop for iPad. As you folks might be aware, it already offers Photoshop Express on iPad. With the upcoming version, users will be able to edit on the iPad with full cross-platform capability. Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, in an interview […]

Here’s How to Experience Chrome’s Major Redesign in Stable Version

July 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After the successful roll out of the redesigned Gmail, Google is yet again up with a major redesign, and this time, it’s for Google Chrome. The web browser has been going through interface experiments for quite some time, and it now appears that Google is setting the stage for an official roll out. The Canary […]

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