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.
In October of 2017, the developers behind the mega-popular calendar app, Fantastical, launched a new app called “Cardhop”.
Slack has released a new update for its mobile client on iOS and Android that adds a Dark mode to the app. While the desktop app has not received any such similar update, the Slack team promises that the desktop app will get the dark mode in the future as well.
The App Store is filled with amazing apps. And it can be overwhelming scrolling through the millions of apps, trying to decide which app is worth installing. Let’s start from step one. We’re here to talk about some really useful iPhone apps you should be using.
Back in September last year, CloudMagic shut down Newton Mail because it was unable to compete with other similar email services that were better funded and the company was unable to chart a profitable course for itself. Soon after in December, Essential — the company founded by Android’s co-founder Andy Rubin — snapped up CloudMagic. Now, Newton Mail is being resurrected from the dead by Essential.
Back in December of last year, Microsoft teased an incoming design change for Outlook for iOS. At the time, unfortunately, it was only available for beta testers.
Add third-party keyboard support to iOS, it’ll be great they said. No one saw mocking SpongeBob coming, though.
If you love sharing GIFs, then Giphy would like to be your go-to source for not only accomplishing that, but also creating your own moving stickers.