RIP: Google Has Officially Killed Gchat

Back in March, Google announced they would eventually kill off Gchat (or Google Talk) in favor of Hangouts. While users had three months to make the messaging app switch, today is the day when you'll be forced off the platform in favor of something more modern. Google Talk was originally introduced as a tool Gmail … Continue reading RIP: Google Has Officially Killed Gchat

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For the First Time, Everyone Can Now Beta Test Apple’s tvOS

Starting today, anyone who wants to can beta test Apple's tvOS operating system for the fourth-generation Apple TV. By visiting beta.apple.com and registering your Apple TV, you'll be able to install the first public beta of tvOS 11. The software has been available to developers since WWDC 2017 but is now available to anyone willing … Continue reading For the First Time, Everyone Can Now Beta Test Apple’s tvOS

Apple Releases the First Public Beta of iOS 11 – Here’s How to Install

Apple today released the very first public beta of iOS 11 for all to download and begin testing. The build features the same amount of bugs and instabilities as the second developer build of the future OS upgrade for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in which you may not wanna install it on your … Continue reading Apple Releases the First Public Beta of iOS 11 – Here’s How to Install

Of Course Facebook is Adding Effects to Video Chatting in Messenger

Facebook has updated Messenger with new features in the video chatting aspect. And yes, as is the case with most things that involve your camera and Facebook, there's effects. For one, you can now add live reactions to your face using new emoji icons. You can look surprised, sad, angry, loving, or be laughing using … Continue reading Of Course Facebook is Adding Effects to Video Chatting in Messenger

watchOS 3.2.3 Beta 4 Now Available for Testing

Nearly two weeks ago, Apple debuted watchOS 3.2.3 beta 3 and began seeding the pre-release software to developers. Now, they're doing the same thing with watchOS 3.2.3 beta 4 for testing and debugging on the Apple Watch. In case you're wondering, watchOS 4 beta 2 was released last week. If your Apple Watch is registered … Continue reading watchOS 3.2.3 Beta 4 Now Available for Testing

Instagram’s Favorites Feature Aims to Reinvent Private Sharing

Via The Verge, Instagram is now beta testing a new feature called favorites which aims to reinvent the way we share things privately on the social platform. Essentially, if the feature rolls out to all, you'll be able to select a number of your friends with whom you're connected with on Instagram by tapping a … Continue reading Instagram’s Favorites Feature Aims to Reinvent Private Sharing

Google Now Integration in Nova Launcher Now Works on Android Lollipop

Those of you who are still running Android Lollipop on your device and tend to use Nova Launcher are in for a little surprise today. Last week, the developers behind the launcher introduced a new feature which allowed for the Google Now pane to integrate directly into the launcher without any sort of device hacking … Continue reading Google Now Integration in Nova Launcher Now Works on Android Lollipop