#iOS

San Francisco: Facebook on Thursday launched the desktop version of its Workplace Chat app that can be downloaded by anyone on PC, Mac, Android or iOS. “Now, we’re offering a messaging-focused experience through Workplace Chat, both on desktop and mobile,” said Julien Codorniou, Vice President, Workplace by Facebook. “Workplace Chat has always had mobile and …

San Francisco: Ordering food online is cumbersome as you have to switch between several apps to get your favourite meal. But not anymore. Facebook has made it easy. Internet users can now get their snack through the app itself. Facebook has been testing this feature since last year and after responding to feedback and adding more …

San Francisco: Apple’s upcoming iPhone will be called the “iPhone X” and is expected to be priced at nearly $1,000, media reports said, adding that two other new smartphones may be called “iPhone 8” and “iPhone 8 Plus”. Reported by Apple news website 9to5Mac late Sunday, the new devices will be unveiled at Apple’s mega event, …

San Francisco: Twitter is now allowing users to share access to their multiple accounts via iOS and Android applications without needing to share that accounts password. The company retweeted a tweet from its ‘TweetDeck’ unit that said, “Teams is a safe way to manage accounts without having to share passwords. Now available on mobile within the …

San Francisco: Google’s search app on iOS has now got a Twitter-like “Trending Searches” feature that will show users searches that are trending when they tap into the box to start a search — as also provide answers to queries. The App Store added the new feature, called “What’s New”, that also provides “Instant Answers” …

New Delhi: In order to improve the overall user experience, Twitter has announced it is rolling out a refreshing look and feel across twitter.com, Twitter for iOS, Twitter for Android, TweetDeck and Twitter Lite in the coming days. The latest developments are based on the feedback and ideas that came from the Twitter users, the …

London: More than 70 per cent of smartphone apps are reporting personal data to third-party tracking companies like Google Analytics, the Facebook Graph API or Crashlytics, warns a new study. When people install a new Android or iOS app, it asks the user’s permission before accessing personal information. Some of the information these apps are collecting …

San Jose (California): Apple on Monday launched a bunch of refinements in its all four platforms — tvOS, watchOS, macOS and iOS — at this years annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with iOS 11, watchOS 4 and updates to its Mac line of desktops and notebooks. The event started with Apple CEO welcoming the audience …