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Last year, action camera maker GoPro introduced a 360-degree 5.2K camera called Fusion, a model that resembles the company’s HERO models but with notably different functionality.The GoPro Fusion has launched in the months since its introduction, enjoying fairly solid user ratings and reviews while helping GoPro edge away from its business troubles.Thanks to a new app update, Fusion just got a little more appealing.The GoPro Fusion camera is a great piece of hardware, but it’s only as great as the software that joins it.GoPro brags that its mobile app “truly pushes the limits of what is possible on a mobile device,” but the device support was limited.That changes with an update pushed out for the GoPro app on Android, bringing Fusion support to 10 smartphone models.
Photo by Dieter Bohn / Dami LeeGboard, Google’s iOS and Android keyboard app, has quietly updated its design by moving its GIF-making button up next to the word suggestion bar.The GIF-making feature has been around since last September, but it was hidden behind the emoji button on the bottom.With its shiny new placement, the button allows for GIFs to be recorded from the front and back camera, and it lets you record in two modes: “Loop,” which is basically a Boomerang you can record for three seconds, and “Fast-Forward,” which lets you record up to one minute and speeds up the result.When you’re done recording, you can copy and paste the GIF into your message, and send it off to your friends.Recording and making your own GIFs isn’t new — you can easily turn your live photos into GIFs through Google’s excellent Motion Stills app — but placing the feature so prominently on the keyboard means you might be seeing your friends’ moving faces way more often.
Fittingly enough, support for Amazon's Alexa voice assistant is finally coming to the Alexa app for Android phones, although it's currently a bit of a gimmick.Rather than being able to talk to Alexa at any time much as you would through Google Assistant, Alexa only works on Android devices if you have the Alexa app open, as Android Police reports.But hey, small steps, right?It's not the first time that Alexa has been available on a smartphone, but in the past it only appeared on devices like the Huawei Mate 9 or Motorola Moto X4 as a result of special partnership deals.The new update, though, which is expected to roll out over the course of the next few days on both the Google Play store and Amazon's own app store, essentially brings Amazon's increasingly beloved voice assistant to almost any phone.Support for iOS is also expected to come soon, although no specific timeline was given.
Samsung is changing its Samsung Cloud service’s backup policy, the company has announced in an email sent to users, a change that will affect app backups.According to the email, Samsung Cloud will stop supporting third-party app data backups soon, at which point Samsung will purge the data it has already backed up from these apps.Users only have a couple weeks to arrange an alternative.Samsung Cloud is the Korean company’s cloud backup platform for Galaxy devices.Thus far, users have been able to backup third-party app data on the service, but according to an email the company is sending out, that changes next month.Starting on February 6, Samsung Cloud will no longer support third-party app backups and users will not be able to restore from those.
Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for short-term goals.The app uses the concept of a “money pool” – that is, everyone participating in one Tanda’s collaborative savings circles will pay a fixed amount to the group’s savings pot every month.And every month, one member gets to take home the full pot.That is, users are not contributing in the hopes of “winning” the pot of money – everyone in the savings circle gets a chance to take home the full pot at some point.The app is based on the age-old “rotating savings and credit associations” (ROSCA) concept, which pushes people to save through the use of collective pressure.This rewards users who are willing to wait to receive their turn at the pot, though some will want higher positions in order to get the large payout sooner.
Amazon is bringing its full Alexa voice assistant to any smartphone, with an update that adds Alexa to the existing Alexa app, via Android Police.Until now, it only let you manage Amazon’s assistant on other devices.Amazon has partnered with companies to integrate its assistant onto smartphones before, but it was only a few devices, like the Huawei Mate 9 or Motorola Moto X4.Adding it to the Alexa app is the first time it’ll be freely available on almost any device.Crucially, Android Police reports that phones still won’t be able to listen for the “Alexa” command when the app is closed.So, unless you’re willing to open up the app every time you’d like to conjure up Alexa, it’s probably not super useful yet.
We've been spending the whole day with our smartphones at hand and with round-the-clock access to the Internet. So it's not surprising that we prefer to communicate with friends through all sorts of instant messengers. And the most popular among them is WhatsApp.According to Statista, every month it is being used by 1 billion people all over the world. In addition, WhatsApp is the most sought-after application in 109 countries. But how to create a messaging app like WhatsApp? Is it even possible? Let's figure it out!
An iPhone application that attempts to detect whether ISPs are throttling online services is now available on Apple's App Store, despite Apple originally refusing to allow it onto iPhones and iPads.The Wehe app has been available for iOS at this link since last night.It had already been available for Android on the Google Play store for at least a month.Wehe tests the speeds of YouTube, Amazon, NBCSports, Netflix, Skype, Spotify, and Vimeo in different ways and uses variances in measured results to judge whether or not traffic is being throttled to your device..But Apple initially refused to let the app into the App Store, telling its creator that "your app has no direct benefits to the user."Apple's app store review team "mentioned something about how there are lots of apps that claim to do something they cannot possibly do (e.g., medical diagnosis from sensors that don't exist), and so they have to be careful," Wehe app creator David Choffnes told Ars after the app was allowed on the store.
We’ve come up with a list of the best apps to sell clothes, whether you’re looking for a quick sale or you want to recoup your investment on a luxury garment.Use these apps to sell your clothes, make a little money, and maybe even donate the proceeds to charity!Are you looking for the best shopping apps?Here are our picks for you to find the very best deals.Create a seller account and you can have 20 free listings per month.With Mercari anyone can use their phone to sell anything including toys, electronics, sporting goods, and clothing.
Alexa is already available in apps, smart speakers, toilets, and showers, but today Amazon announced its AI assistant will soon be available exactly where you’d expect to find it: inside the Alexa smartphone app.Alexa voice control for the Alexa app will be made available for Android smartphone users in the coming days, while Alexa inside the Alexa app will be coming to iOS soon, an Amazon spokesperson told VentureBeat in an email.Alexa in the Alexa app will be able to do many of the things it does in other apps and devices, such as control smart home devices, play music, make phone calls, and access more than 25,000 Alexa skills.Until today, the Alexa app was only useful to the owners of Echo smart speakers and people who wanted to send messages to other users of the app.Alexa comes to the mobile app only after being added to a huge variety of other products and services.In addition to more than half a dozen Echo smart speaker devices, Alexa can be found in the Amazon shopping app for Android and iOS smartphones, as well as Amazon Music.
Amazon’s artificial intelligence-powered voice assistant, Alexa, is spreading like wildfire and we’re seeing more and more useful Alexa skills roll out every day.While voice search features were once limited to a few flagship phones, Amazon recently announced the Alexa app has been updated to bring these features to all Android devices.We’re going to start by taking a look at how to use the Alexa app on any smartphone, then on the next page, we’ll dig into the extra steps required to get Alexa working as a voice-controlled assistant on the HTC U11 or Huawei Mate 9 and explain what it can and can’t do.If you’ve never used an Alexa-enabled device before, it’s worth taking a few minutes to customize things to your liking.Tap the three-line menu icon in the top-left corner of the app to access the following:Music, video, and books: Sign into the services you want the Alexa app to use, but note that music services currently don’t work on the Huawei Mate 9 and HTC U11.
More than 55 percent of all mobile apps may not comply with the new European privacy regulations and Google Play privacy policies that go into effect this spring, according to a report from SafeDK, a marketplace that monitors the use of software development kits (SDKs) in mobile apps.The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect in Europe on May 25, and it strengthens the rights of individuals to control the use of their personal data.The most commonly accessed private data was a user’s location (26 percent), and the second was data about the apps installed on the user’s device (40 percent).Herzliya, Israel-based SafeDK studied the apps and matched their use of more than 1,000 SDKs.More than 58 percent of ad network SDKs also accessed a user’s location.SafeDK said these mobile app companies will have to make code changes in the near future to comply with both the GDPR and Google Play requirements.
WhatsApp has launched a separate app designed for use by small businesses to more easily connect with customers.WhatsApp Business adds key features like dedicated business profiles for details like email address, business description, store addresses, and website; smart messaging tools like greetings, quick replies, and away messages; and metrics for how many messages were sent, delivered, and read.For those who use a business number and a personal one, both the WhatsApp Business and WhatsApp Messenger apps can be used on the same device and registered with your different numbers.WhatsApp Business is also compatible with WhatsApp Web, the app’s desktop web browser client.Business accounts will be clearly listed as such.WhatsApp says over time, businesses that have confirmed their account phone number matches their business one will receive a confirmation badge on their profile.
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider.The global app market continued to grow in terms of downloads, usage, and consumer spending in 2017, according to App Annie.Global app downloads across the iOS App Store, Google Play, and third-party Android stores surpassed 175 billion downloads in 2017, up 60% from 2015.App Annie expects to see continued growth in the global app market, driven largely by accelerating adoption in emerging markets.As growth in developed markets slows, emerging markets are the focal point of global app download and usage growth.Four of the top five countries by downloads are emerging markets.
One of the most basic uses of a smartwatch, which sets it apart from a fitness tracker, is that it can show you notifications and messages.That purpose, however, is defeated when you can barely make out what’s on the screen, especially in brighter lighting conditions.To help improve that situation, and perhaps marginally extend battery life, Google is rolling out a small update to the Android Wear app, now at version 2.8, to increase readability by using a darker background.Previously, Android Wear smartwatches used a dark grey background for the UI, regardless of the theme used.While it might look nice, it doesn’t give enough contrast against the white text or colored icons.In version 2.8 of the app, the background has been made to be nearly black, if not really black, to remedy that.
Axiom Zen, a Vancouver-based innovation studio, has revealed their plans to launch their flagship Ethereum-based game CryptoKitties in Hong Kong and Taiwan for Chinese New Year.Benny Giang, one of the co-founders of CryptoKitties told TechNode in an interview that the team plans to roll out the mobile version of the game for iOS first in the Greater China region on February 16th, then the rest of Asia.Blockchain, a distributed and decentralized ledger technology, has been booming in recent years.Cryptocurrencies and smart contracts like Bitcoin and Ethereum networks are only a few applications that run on blockchain.The team is still working on the Chinese translation for the name “CryptoKitties,” but it is certain that the mobile app will be in the Chinese language.There will also be Spring Festival-themed Fancy Cats, kittens with distinct visual attributes that are harder to collect and more valuable.
A version of WeChat has been acquired by the Victoria & Albert Museum (V) in London to be preserved in perpetuity.We visited the V and spoke to the curators who worked on the acquisition about why WeChat and how they managed it.Two and a half years later, in summer 2017, after working with Tencent and museum decision-makers, the release form that completed WeChat’s entry into the archives was finally signed.Two and a half years is a long time in the history of WeChat.Think back to 2015 and 2016 (it was a 2016 version that would be frozen and given to the museum) and many of WeChat’s pioneering features such as voice messaging, stickers, apps-within-an-app had still to be copied by other social apps–WeChat was way ahead of the rest.“It’s an innovator in what we take for granted… WeChat fundamentally changed the way people do things and even its developers at Tencent were amazed at their own power to change regular bodily motions [of lifting one’s phone to one’s mouth to record a voice message],” said Brendan Cormier, lead curator of 20th and 21st-century design for the Shekou Project.
WhatsApp, if you didn’t already know it, has a massive user base.Chances are that you’re part of it.More than a billion people around the world fire up the messaging app every day, with a growing number of people using the service to converse with businesses.The Facebook-owned startup has decided to lend the smaller outfits a hand, launching a new app called, would you believe, WhatsApp Business.Its main goal is to improve the app’s ease of use for companies dealing with a large number of WhatsApp messages on a daily basis.Specifically, WhatsApp said the app is aimed at making it easier for businesses to respond to customers, and separate customer and personal messages.
If you’re the kind of person that turns off read-receipts on messaging apps at the first available opportunity, and you’re on Instagram, then here’s another “feature” you’ll be wanting to take care of.In a nutshell, it lets some of your Instagramming buddies know your activity status on the app, and gives you information on their activity, too.And it’s switched on by default.It’ll also say “active now” if you happen to be scrolling through your timeline when they check.Viewable inside the Direct Messages section of the app, the data is only shared with users that you follow as well as anyone that you message privately.Instagram describes it like this: “Allow accounts you follow and anyone you message to see when you were last active in Instagram apps.