Just a few days after Twitter went live with their NFT profile pictures, Reddit has done the same. Though, Reddit's NFT plans are still in early stages and haven't been made available to the public just yet.
WhatsApp for iOS has been updated to version 22.2.75 which brings support for iOS 15's Focus Mode and a new voice recording feature. Check all the details here!
WhatsApp has been busy enhancing the security of its app, and the Meta-owned platform might soon add two-step verification to its desktop and web clients to help prevent being scammed.
According to a new report, WhatsApp is working to bring the feature that will let users transfer chats from Android to iPhone (iOS). The publication has also shared a screenshot.
According to a new report, Twitter is testing Instagram Close Friends like capability called Flock. It'll allow you to make tweets visible to a small group of people rather than broadcasting them on social media.
Twitter has launched the ability to set NFTs as the profile picture for Twitter Blue subscribers. Here's everything you need to know!
According to a new report, TikTok is testing paid subscription model. The model is under testing right now and TikTok hasn't shared the pay structure or the creators for which paid subscriptions are available.
Gender-specific translation has been available for Google Translate on the web for years, and Google just made the new suggestion window available for iOS. It's also safe to assume it may soon arrive to Android as well.
Google Pay received a major redesign and a lot of new features last year in the US, and Google might want to add new features in the near future to become your go-to “comprehensive digital wallet.”
YouTube has started offering annual subscription plans for YouTube Premium and YouTube Music. You can save as much as $35.89 per year. Here's how you can get a YouTube Premium annual subscription.
The latest new feature under development for WhatsApp offers additional drawing tools that will let users draw on images before sending them to friends and family.
A new Safari bug has been discovered which can leak web browsing activity and personal information of the user including some Google account info.
Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, is facing a £2.3 billion ($3.2 billion) class action lawsuit for abusing its market position to collect and exploit personal information from more than 44 million people.
Twitter recorded and stored previous Spaces for up to 30-days, but it never let users replay them again. The feature was tested on iOS, and it’s now also officially available on Android, and it’s rolling out to all users.
YouTube has started testing Smart Downloads for some users in Europe. It downloads 20 videos for offline watching every week based on an algorithm.
PUBG has filed a lawsuit against Free Fire publisher Garena for making clones of its battle royale game. The company has also sued Apple and Google for distributing them.
Instagram has started testing vertically scrolling TikTok-like stories for some users.
Twitter is testing a new search bar on its iPhone app bringing the search directly to the Home tab.
Spotify's HiFi tier was supposed to launch at the end of 2021, and we still have no official information on when the new lossless audio tier would launch publicly, allowing users to stream CD-quality music.
Google executive says Apple is 'using peer pressure and bullying' to lock people into iMessage and ecosystem
A Google Senior executive accused Apple of 'using peer pressure and bullying' to lock their users into using iMessage and the Apple ecosystem.
Spotify introduced a new feature today, and it’s now rolling out the new “call-to-action cards”, also known as banner ads, to help listeners see the mentioned products.
According to a listing on the App Store, Donald Trump's Truth Social social network will launch on February 21, 2022.
According to a new report, TikTok is testing Twitter's Retweet-like Repost button on its app for sharing videos.
Instead of showing the WhatsApp app logo, WhatsApp is testing showing profile pictures in the app's notification on iPhone.
Samsung has announced a Gaming Hub that will make the discovery of games on Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce Now easier on your Smart TV.