It seems like Google’s messaging strategy isn’t paying off. The company has announced it’ll be closing Allo in March 2019.
Last November, Niantic Labs announced that they working on an AR mobile game called Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. It was originally supposed to launch in 2018 but now it’s been delayed to 2019.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of when Apple first introduced the App Store for iOS, back on July 10th, 2008.
Google has announced their experimental augmented reality app, Just a Line, now allows users to draw with a friend on both Android and now iOS.
Lego has announced new lineup called Powered Up, which is a series of Lego sets that can be controlled and programmed via your smartphone.
NPR along with WNYC Studios, WBEZ Chicago and This American Life has announced that they’ve acquired the popular podcast app, Pocket Casts from Australian developer, Shifty Jelly.
Netflix has introduced a new feature they’re calling mobile previews. Essentially, they’re short video trailers that are around 30 seconds in length.
Snap has partnered with StudioMDHR (the developers behind Cuphead), Klei Entertainment (the developers of Don’t Starve) and Allegorithmic to create new lenses for Snapchat, which were made using the company’s Lens Studio.
Sonos has announced that support for Audible on their speakers is rolling out now.
Apple has announced that they’ve signed an agreement to acquire Texture, which has been called the “Netflix of magazines.”