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Microsoft brings Edge browser to iOS and Android in beta

By : CIOL Writers

Microsoft is finally bringing its Edge browser to iOS and Android devices. The beta version of the mobile browser is only available to Windows Insiders, which requires a Windows 10 PC to sign up. iOS users will be able to

YouTube now allows direct streaming on iOS, simpler live chats and more

By : CIOL Writers

Just a week after a makeover of sorts, YouTube is now updating its livestream function with a slew of new features including reduced latency, direct streaming on iOS, and new tools for easier chat moderation. The ultra-low latency option bring down streaming video latency

Apple and Accenture partner to create iOS business solutions

BANGALORE, INDIA: Apple and Accenture are partnering to develop innovative business solutions for iOS. The two companies will launch a new set of tools and services that help enterprise clients transform how they engage with customers using iPhone and iPad. “Starting 10

Facebook now lets users take 360 degree photos and use them as cover photos

By : CIOL Writers

Facebook already allows uploading and viewing of 360-degree photos on its platform but from today you can start capturing them too. From today, both the iOS and Android apps will allow users to create 360-degree photos without using any third-party

LinkedIn bets on video strategy to boost usage

By : CIOL Writers

LinkedIn is always trying to woo its professional users, as it is one of the most popular business networking tool it has to constantly evolve. Now, Microsoft owned LinkedIn is trying to add more users to its network by introducing video

What it takes for Google to be the default search engine on iOS?

By : CIOL Writers

USA: $3 billion. Yes, This is the amount of money that Google could be paying Apple this year to remain as the default search engine on iOS devices, according to the US-based research and brokerage firm, Bernstein. As first reported by CNBC,

Chinese app developers sue Apple for abuse of market power

By : CIOL Writers

Apple and China don’t share a very favorable rapport and the Cupertino giant is amidst another trouble in the Asian country after 28 Chinese app developers filed a complaint against the tech company, accusing it of “abusing its market power

Google Earth iOS app updated with 64-bit support and Flyover-like 3D views

By : CIOL Writers

Google has updated its Google Earth iOS app just in time for iOS 11’s public debut in September. While Google Earth has been one of the most downloaded 32-bit apps on the App Store until today, Apple had made it clear that iOS

Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard for iOS in favor of SwiftKey

By : CIOL Writers

Microsoft has killed its experimental digital keyboard app Word Flow. SwiftKey is now the only recommended keyboard for Android and iOS. Word Flow, which debuted in 2016, was created by Microsoft’s Garage research team to make it easier to enter text

Microsoft rolls out Kaizala, a ‘made for India’ chat application

By : CIOL Writers

Microsoft has launched its ‘made for India’ chat application called Kaizala. The application is designed for large group communication and can enable messages to be sent to millions of people in a group simultaneously. ”Kaizala brings together the two disparate

Firefox 8.0 for iOS launched with night mode, external keyboard support and more

By : CIOL Writers

Mozilla has released a new version of its FireFox browser for iOS. The updated version- Firefox 8.0 has some notable changes such as a new tab experience, night mode, an integrated QR code reader, yMail support and external keyboard support

Facebook’s new feature lets you create your own animated GIF image

By : CIOL Writers

In today’s world, emojis are vital to any communication. Emojis and animated GIF are the most preferred form of communication than having to type. Facebook is introducing a built-in GIF creator in its iOS app to cash in on the

Apple releases first iOS 11 beta to everyone

By : CIOL Writers

If you have been eagerly awaiting iOS 11, well, then here’s your chance to try out the new features of the upcoming OS as Apple has released the first public beta of iOS 11, available to download for everyone. From a revamped Siri

Apple’s new file-management app for iOS appears on App Store ahead of WWDC

By : CIOL Writers

Apple’s big Worldwide Developers Conference can start anytime now. But even before the official commencement, we already have some major piece of information from the conference. Spotted by developer Steven Troughton-Smith late Sunday, a listing for Files appeared in the

Apple rumoured to launch redesigned iPad Pro & Siri Speaker at the WWDC

By : CIOL Writers

Though WWDC is primarily a software conference, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo, who is known as the “best Apple analyst on the planet” is expecting the Cupertino giant to introduce two new hardware products in the upcoming event. If the reports are

Apple launches Live Photos feature for the web

By : CIOL Writers

Back in 2015, Apple first introduced its fun Live Photos with iPhone 6 series and since then people have been eagerly waiting for its Web launch. Though, Tumblr was the first one to introduce Live Photos on to its website last

Microsoft launches new iMessage app dubbed ‘Who’s In’

By : CIOL Writers

Just one day after launching its new iOS camera app called Sprinkles that uses machine learning to help spice up photos, Microsoft has launched yet another app for iOS platform. ‘Who’s In’ is a new iMessage app that helps friends

Google introduces Gboard, widget and 3D touch for iOS users on its Search app

By : CIOL Writers

Now Apple users can use Gboard, a keyboard for iPhone, without installing the app, because Google has integrated the app into its main iOS Search app. This means iOS users can now search on Google and send information, GIFs, and

Snapchat releases Android-only update featuring Bitmoji

By : CIOL Writers

For the first time, Snapchat has released an Android-only update, which comes with pretty impressive features. The photo-sharing app has released an Android-only feature (sorry iPhone users), which allows you to turn your friends’ Bitmoji into widgets and place them

Apple: iOS 10.2.1 reduced unexpected shutdown issues by 80pc

By : CIOL Writers

Those who own an iPhone 6, 6s, 6 Plus, and 6s Plus, and are experiencing sudden shutdowns in their devices, just need to update their software to iOS 10.2.1. Yes, according to Apple, this will resolve the shutdown issues. Apple