It is not uncommon to find wireless carriers that also offer live TV services -- for instance, industry leader Verizon Wireless has its Go90 feature, while another wireless giant, AT&T, offers its DirecTV Now to customers. C Spire Wireless, the sixth biggest mobile operator in the United States, has decided to join in on the fun.
Some may remember that back in February earlier this year, YouTube had started to allow users to directly live stream to their channel from their mobile devices. That capability, however, had only been made available to people with at least 10,000 subscribers. Well, here is some good news -- the world’s most popular source of video content has since reduced the requirement to just 1,000 subscribers.
The chat messaging platform of the world’s biggest social media network is truly on a roll. Facebook has recently revealed that its Messenger mobile app now regularly attracts 1.2 billion active users on a monthly basis. Some may remember that back in July of last year, the app had breached the 1 billionth monthly active user mark.
Here is some good news for frequent users of Chrome when surfing the information superhighway using their mobile devices -- Google has rolled out a new update to its browser that from now on will make mobile browsing a more smoother and frankly, less maddening experience. Mobile users may have already tried to browse the web using their smartphones and tablet devices and observed how web pages sort of jump while they are in the process of loading.
Starbucks has just made it easier for you to send a coffee to cheer up a friend or a loved one. Earlier today, the coffee giant announced that they have updated its iOS mobile app to include a new iMessages feature. As announced, the new feature will enable people to send someone a cup of coffee in a very quick and easy way. While you are chatting with someone by way of the app, you can simply send a Starbucks gift card without having to worry about interrupting your conversation.
When Netflix began offering support for offline viewing for devices late last year, it only did so for handsets that are powered by the Android and iOS mobile operating systems. But this year, the company is now introducing the same feature to the Windows 10 platform, as first reported by MSPoweruser.
The biggest wireless carrier in America is getting ready to launch a new search app called AppFlash across its Android powered mobile devices, and the purpose of this app is to provide assistance to users in finding content across various apps. This search app has take some flak from critics who claim the app is actually a form of spyware that lets Verizon Wireless gain access to sorts of private data.
The world’s biggest social media platform is launching Stories on its main app, which means that Facebook users across the globe can now share stories with their Facebook contacts and also be able to check what their friends are doing in the past 24 hours. As can be seen on the top section of the app, rounded profile pictures will be displayed, representing stories by the user’s friends.
Here comes Clips, a brand new mobile app from Apple that should allow iOS mobile users to level up their social media game. Basically, Clips lets owners of iPhones and iPad devices to create personalized and easily sharable video content, images, and even audio without having to learn insane photoshopping or media editing ninja skills.
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