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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

BHIM app, now available on iOS platform also

By : CIOL Writers

Bharat Interface for Money, or BHIM app, which has already been downloaded by 11.25 million Android users, has now been launched on iOS platform. A. P. Hota, MD & CEO, National Payments Corp. of India (NPCI) says, “The BHIM App

Google updates Maps for Android, makes it easier to access features

By : CIOL Writers

Google is doing away with the scattered display in one of its most widely-used applications, Google Maps. Instead, Google is bringing an uncluttered interface, making it much easier to access the app’s various features. The tech behemoth has rolled out

After Android, Google open-sources the iOS Chrome code into Chromium

By : CIOL Writers

After allowing developers to create new mobile browsers through the open-sourced Chromium version for Android, Google has added the iOS Chrome code into Chromium, letting anyone examine, modify, and compile the project. Google has announced that the code for Chrome

Capture perfect selfie with iPhone’s rear camera using this ‘Selfie on Tilt’ app

By : CIOL Writers

Though the ‘Selfie craze’ has enabled Android users with a flurry of high-resolution front cameras, iPhone users are still struggling with the low light, blurriness and shake effect they get from their rear camera. But, not anymore. Here comes Selfie

Like Google, Apple to finally allow developers to answer reviews on the app store

By : CIOL Writers

Apple users are well aware of the frustration that happens when they leave a complaint or review on the app store but never receive a reply. That’s one example of poor customer service! However, that is about to change. Apple

Now book a cab directly from Google Maps

By : CIOL Writers

Though Google recently added features to book a cab from its map services, but users still had to go to the cab aggregator’s app to finish the process. However, now with the latest update, Google is letting users book a

WhatsApp to stop working for millions of users

By : CIOL Writers

Though WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging platforms, it will stop working for more than million users. As WhatsApp announced in early 2016 to stop support – for BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60,

Facebook Messenger’ updated camera offers infinite filters to play with photos & videos

By : CIOL Writers

One of the biggest reasons behind Facebook’s spectacular growth is that the social networking giant is always at work to improve its services and keeps offering users new features to try. In a latest along the lines, Facebook has added

Apple’s latest iOS update is making iPhones shut down at 30pc battery mark

By : CIOL Writers

Apple’s latest iOS update 10.1.1, is resulting in many iPhones to lose their battery life faster than normal. Many users have reported a battery bug on their phones on this 13-page thread in the Apple’s official Support Communities forum saying

Now play your favourite game ‘Solitaire’ on Android and iOS also

By : CIOL Writers

Good news for all the Solitaire addicts! After being faithful to Windows for nearly 25 years, Microsoft is finally bringing the Solitaire game to both iOS and Android platforms. Microsoft Solitaire Collection, one of the most popular games which is

Mozilla launches Firefox Focus enabling hassle-free private browsing experience

By : CIOL Writers

Apple iOS users are getting a new web browser, thanks to Mozilla Firefox. The once-reigning-king has launched Firefox Focus for iOS users with a hope to regain its lost glory. With Firefox Focus-a private browser designed for Apple’s iOS ecosystem,

Apple’s new SOS feature will come in handy in emergency situations

By : CIOL Writers

Apple released the iOS 10.2 public beta 2 on Monday, a week after the initial 10.2 beta that packs more than just performance improvements or bug fixes. Besides a new TV app and a revamped Music app, the chief among

WhatsApp adds GIF feature for Android and iOS users

By : CIOL Writers

After Snapchat-inspired Status update, WhatsApp has a new feature update for both Android and iOS users. For Android users, the Facebook-owned company has launched GIF Search support as a hidden feature in the latest WhatsApp beta. On the other hand,

Apple rolls out Portrait mode to give SLR effect in pictures

By : CIOL Writers

Apple is trying to make the purchase of iPhone 7 Plus worth it for users. The company has rolled out its iOS 10.1 updates with Portrait mode, which lets users blur backgrounds to focus attention on people or the main

Ola to use customer data to improve user experience

By : CIOL Writers

After rolling out its latest update for iOS 10 that includes Siri and Apple Maps integration, Ola has unveiled another set of new technology solutions to further improve the user experience. The cab aggregator is using maps, geo-tagging and vast

AppsFlyer brings advertising fraud prevention technology for mobile devices

By : CIOL Writers

Mobile app marketers are expected to lose up to $100 million this year due to app install and engagement advertising fraud, says a new study by San Francisco-based mobile attributing and marketing analytics firm AppsFlyer. To fight against the same,

WhatsApp to launch Cloud backup feature for Windows users

By : CIOL Writers

The Cloud backup feature for WhatsApp users which was available only for iOS and Android users will be now also be available for Windows 10 users. The update, which is currently in its last phase of beta testing, enables OneDrive

Apple releases iOS 10 with interesting add ons to messages, maps and more

By : CIOL Writers

For those of you who didn’t like iPhone 7 and chose not to upgrade to the latest device, we have a piece of some good news for you. What if you can’t buy the new iPhone, you can surely make

Smartphone infections increased by 96pc in the first half of 2016

By : CIOL Writers

Releasing its first Threat Intelligence report for H1 2016, Nokia said that there has been a sharp upsurge of 96 percent in the rate at which smartphones are being infected between the second half of 2015 and the first half