Category Archives: App World

Google To Introduce New Video Chat App

Gone are the days when email was the newest and most exciting form of quick communication. Today, many consider video chat to be the easiest way to get in touch with  someone quickly, with the added bonus of a personalized, face-to-face component. Now, Google will be capitalizing on this trend with the introduction of their new video chat, Duo. Duo will work with any mobile device that uses Google’s Android operating system, as well as iOS. It will rely on both Wi-Fi and cellular networks, and like other…

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Pokémon Go Surpasses Tinder As Most Popular App

Even though it was only released on July 6 this year, Pokémon Go has surpassed Tinder as the most popular mobile app, according to Forbes. By July 8, the game was installed on more than 5% of all Android devices in the United States. Tinder runs at only 2% of all Android devices. Plus, the app’s daily active user count is about to match and is expected to exceed that of Twitter. These stats are not surprising to any one who’s been on the Internet…

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Bendable Phone Could Soon Reach Market

Before we entered the age of smartphones, we were constantly using flip phones, which we considered to be on the cutting edge of technology. Now, of course, we view the once-savvy flip phones as relics from a time long ago. But they do beg the question: in the future, what kind of technology is going to eventually upstage smartphones? Thanks to researchers at Queen’s University, it looks like we could be welcoming a new breed into the mix: a bendable phone. Queen’s University researchers have called their…

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Read PC Magazine To Stay Updated On The Latest Tech News

Many successful, on-the-go professionals often find themselves facing a similar problem. In order to be leaders in their industry, they need to remain up-to-date with the latest tech news, trends and products, but they don’t always have the time to conduct in-depth research themselves. That’s where PC Magazine comes in. The magazine offers detailed reviews of all types of new technology on the market, including laptops, tablets, phones, apps, software, printers, and more. Whether you plan on using the technology while travelling or in the office…

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Turn to Macworld for Apple and Tech News

  With the near-constant release of new iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and more, it can be hard to keep up with the latest features and innovations among Apple products. But if you’re looking to learn more about the newest offerings in the Apple marketplace — or want to narrow down which specific product will suit your needs — Macworld magazine has got you covered. Macworld is the optimal source for both those who are already Apple experts, as well as beginners to the technology. Through its feature stories,…

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Own Snapchat With These Tricks

Everyone knows Snapchat is the new Facebook/Twitter/Instagram, especially if you’re under the age of 20. But it can feel a little limiting at times, and not just because that bomb photo of your breakfast is gone forever (hint: it’s not). Here are ten tricks to help you make the most of Snapchat. Double up on the filters. After you’ve added your first one, tap the screen, hold your finger there, and swipe with another finger to add another filter. Switch between cameras. The front-to-rear camera…

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Get More Creative Mobile Pics With the Enlight App

We all know about the powers of social media. Besides connecting us to friends and family, sites like Instagram and Facebook can connect us to a new network; that’s why both bloggers and eCommerce businesses alike have social media as part of their marketing services. Instagram is quickly becoming the social media platform of choice, but with 75 million photos shared each day, it’s becoming harder and harder to stand out from the crowd whether you’re a blogger, freelance photographer/graphic designer or business. Have you noticed…

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Instagram Is No Longer Limited To Square Format

For many, one of the most frustrating aspects about the massively popular photo-sharing app, Instagram, was the size restrictions that it imposed on its users’ photos. Instagram was notorious for only allowing users to upload square-shaped pics, making it impossible to fit long, panoramic shots into the app’s small frame. The restrictive square shape made it especially difficult for certain types of photos popular amongst the social media-generation— such as long landscapes with breathtaking views, or group shots with multiple friends — to be displayed in their entirety.…

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Siri Could Allow You to Never Listen to a Voicemail Again

Voicemails are an outdated service that most people seem to hate dealing with and for good reason. It’s a rather annoying feature and with the advancements in technology, one would assume voicemail would have become a thing of the past already. Well, if Apple is successful with their latest project, voicemails will in fact become an ancient memory. According to a Business Insider report, Apple is currently testing out a new voicemail service called iCloud Voicemail that utilizes everyone’s favourite Apple feature, Siri, to transcribe voicemails.…

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Online Takeout Orders Will Surpass Phone Orders in 5 Years

The increase in popularity of mobile apps has added a new element to the term couch potato. Now individuals can relax on their couch with their phone in hand and within a few simple clicks can have food delivered to their door within the hour. I’m not talking about making a phone call for delivery. In today’s society, phone calls are quickly becoming less popular. Instead, individuals prefer to send a quick text or their favourite emoji rather than have a traditional in person discussion…

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