A couple of months ago, Microsoft teased that iPhone and Android owners could use the Excel app to click a picture of a table and automatically convert it into a spreadsheet. After rolling out the feature for Android smartphones in March, Microsoft has now finally added the feature to the Excel’s iOS app as well.
While quite a lot of new Android phones come with a call recorder feature built-in, iPhone doesn’t have such a feature. In fact, you won’t find a traditional call recorder app on the App Store either. But that doesn’t mean you can’t record phone calls on your iPhone. There are a couple of ways to get the job done. Read on to find out how to record calls on the iPhone.
World Cup season is upon us. 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup is scheduled to be hosted by England and Wales this time around. The season will start on 30th May and the finals are going to be on 14th July. In between, a total of 48 matches to determine the world cricket champion! Excited? You can watch along at home, or no matter where you are. All you need is an iPhone app. Here’s how to watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
Vignette is a new single-purpose utility that solves a small, yet frustrating problem. If you’re like me, you don’t like seeing the gray circles when you’re calling someone or messaging a friend on iMessage. I usually add contact pictures manually. While that’s easy to do for your favorite contacts, it becomes a hassle for your whole contact book. Vignette fixes this problem by searching for photos from social media and linking them to your contacts.
TikTok is one of the most popular short video sharing apps out there. It unfortunately hit a bit of a roadblock when it was banned in India earlier this month, though. But multiple reports have confirmed that ban has been lifted.
Apple is going all-in with health features in its mobile products, especially with the Apple Watch. But Google isn’t giving up on that market anytime soon. The company has its own effort, Google Fit, and it’s just been made available for iOS devices.
Zillow rolled out its initial trial of 3D tours for homes in the state of Arizona back in 2017. Now, a couple of years later, the company has decided to expand the feature.
Following a court order, Apple and Google have pulled the viral TikTok video app from the App Store and Google Play. The app had come under criticism from Indian regulators for some of the objectionable content it served to users.