A billion people across the planet use WhatsApp to communicate with their loved ones, friends, colleagues, and everyone in between. But while many of us use WhatsApp, most of us haven’t even scratched the surface of this simple looking, but immensely feature rich communication app.
We all need to hide something. It might be super important documents, account information you don’t want to share with anyone or maybe even those selfies. But the thing is, unlike Android, there’s no easy way to just plain hide photos, videos or documents on your iPhone. Of course, you can protect your entire iPhone using a passcode or via Touch ID. For some, this level of protection might be enough.
When Smile announced that their super useful, $45 text expansion utility TextExpander was switching to a subscription model, the internet (or at least my Twitter feed) did not take it well. And this is one of those few times when the outrage might not be entirely unwarranted. TextExpander now costs $4.95/month (Or $3.96/month if billed annually) and doesn’t add any new superbly useful features to make it worth paying $5 every month.
Microsoft has just launched one of its experimental keyboards for the iPhone.
Reddit has today introduced its official app for iPhone, giving fans the ability to browse their favorite subreddits without relying on third-party alternatives. It’s totally free to download, and those who grab it during launch week will get free Reddit gold.
Encryption garnered plenty of attention over the last few months thanks to a lengthy battle between Apple and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and that battle won’t completely fade any time soon. Now WhatsApp is throwing its hat into the conversation as well.
If you’re a part of the internet generation, chances are, you only use SoundCloud or YouTube when it comes to music. And if that’s the case, you find yourself making a lot of compromises when it comes to listening to music on your iPhone. You probably use the YouTube app that takes a lot of bandwidth while streaming videos, not to mention eats up the battery life.
Flyers who use KLM can now receive their boarding pass, check-in reminders, flight status updates and more inside Facebook Messenger. The airline is also offering customer support through the popular chat service, making it easier to get answers to your queries.
Not too long ago, Instagram rolled out even longer video advertisements for companies, which meant more money for the social network.
Back in October of last year, Nintendo made waves by announcing its first app for smartphones: Miitomo. It isn’t a game, per se, but something of a social environment, and doesn’t feature any of Nintendo’s popular characters.