Starting today, YouTube is rolling out a new design, which brings a much cleaner design, a dark mode and more.
Back in March, Google’s internal incubator, Area120 released an iOS-only app called Uptime, which aimed to make watching YouTube video more social by letting users react, comment on videos while watching in real-time with friends.
Starting today, the app is available in Canada and Australia.
Almost a year after Google first released Allo, the web client for their messaging app is finally here.
Nowadays, more people are using their smartphones to take all their photos. Partly because it is super easy to capture photos and videos with and it’s always within arm’s reach. In the past few years, there has also been a rise in film photography, more specifically Polaroid photos (you know, the camera that allows you to print your photos instantly).
I’ve been a big fan of Action Launcher a long time, it’s been my go-to launcher of choice. I install it almost every Android device I get. The new July 2017 update (dubbed v26) brings quite a few new features including support for the Google Feed (formerly known as Google Now).
When Google launched Motion Stills on iOS last year, they provided a way to iPhone users to stabilize their Live Photos and then be able to share them with other as looping GIFs.
Google has introduced a new creation tool for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, called Blocks.
Back at I/O 2017, Google showed off a few new features that were coming to Google Photos including, Google Lens, Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries. The latter is rolling out now to all devices.
Vizio has just launched their 2017 version of their SmartCast P-Series Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro Displays in Canada.
Apple made a few announcements at their WWDC 2017 keynote, including ones about tvOS, iOS, macOS and more.