News & Reviews: Apps
Last Updated: Jul 29, 2021
Recently, Google just released a new policy for its Google Play Store and it's a long one. However, one particular interesting change is that the platform will no longer allow any sugar dating apps starting on 1 September 2021.
Last Updated: Mar 23, 2021
If you're an Android user and noticed that some of the apps are not performing well as they used to, this might be the thing that you need to blame. According to the source, the latest Android Webview update is causing troubles to the users as they face frequent crashes while using some apps.
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2021
The current Wear OS allows users to install third-party apps that are also installed on users' smartphones. However, it looks like this feature is going away as Google is trying to emphasize the presence of Wear OS apps on the Play Store. It is said that the new plan will take effect starting from 10 March.
Last Updated: Jan 01, 2021
Following Apple's App Store purge, HUAWEI has also removed some games from their app store today. However, the Chinese tech giant is only removing the games that are developed by Tencent specifically rather than thousands of them.
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2020
It is obvious that Apple has been aiming to ensure their customers' privacy with all the advertisements that we've watched before a YouTube video. To walk the talk, the company has decided to introduce something like a nutrition list on a packaged food but make it for apps on the App Store.
Last Updated: Oct 15, 2020
Finally, Spotify have rolled out their Spotify widget for iPhone users to add it on their home screen. There are 2 different sizes of Spotify widgets which are small and medium.
Last Updated: Jun 19, 2020
While we recently tried out the AI-powered Adobe Photoshop Camera, Adobe also came out with a lot of new updates and features for their Creative Cloud apps. This includes Adobe Live which lets you Share Edits in Adobe Lightroom (it also has new Local Hue controls) and livestream how you paint or draw in Adobe Fresco. In line with all this automatic sharing, Behance has new search tools while the job boards are free for use.
Last Updated: Jun 01, 2020
Does the country of origin of an app that you're using matter? These days, the apps that you're using are made by the genius from all over the world and they're pretty harmless to use. However, there are also some apps that would steal your private information and use it for who knows what. Therefore, we still need to be cautious when come across certain suspicious apps. Recently, an app called Remove China Apps has suddenly made it to the top of India's Google Play Store, claiming that it helps users to remove apps made by China.
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2017
Ever wondered if you could analyze the food you’re about to eat, with just a snap of a photo? Well, Sony Mobile now offers a Meal Image Analysis software that’ll recognise the food and offer an in-depth analysis of it, including the calories intake.
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2016
If you are a constant user of Waze – this will be a treat for you. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are now on Waze as a voice pack that you can download to give you navigation on the road.