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Twitter gets a major visual overhaul across all platforms

Twitter just announced the launch a major visual overhaul across all platforms, and the update’s rolling out to all users as we read this post. This is completely a overhaul at the design front and does not new to the tech. The Twitter experience remains the same, as we know it. [gallery ids=“2190,2191” type=“rectangular” link=“none” orderby=“rand”] Today, with lots of feedback and ideas from you, we’re refreshing our product too and making it feel lighter, faster, and easier to use.

Google updates its gamified Maps contribution program, Local Guides, with upto 10 levels and a new perk

Google’s Local Guides program has been one of the most appreciated gamified progams in town. Local Guides enables users to enhance Google Maps by adding new properties, verification properties’ information and adding photos of places and as when they checkin at that place. It applies gamification priniciples to rank users better amongst other Google users / friends, to bring around a fun and competitive element. Local Guides has been around since long, but was always limited to acquiring a maximum level of 5.

iCloud doubles $9.99 plan to 2TB, iCloud Family Sharing's available with this!

Apple’s iCloud is now offering 2TB of cloud storage at the same price of $9.99 instead of 1TB. Apple WWDC 2017 saw numerous announcements around macOS, iOS, new iPad Pro and iMac Pro launches. The new subscription slabs on iCloud is another major announcement amongst many others seen at the Apple WWDC 2017 conference. iCloud is Apple’s cloud storage service has been around since Apple WWDC 2011 and offers users with 5GB of free cloud storage to get started.

WhatsApp for iOS gets 'Swipe to Reply', Filters and Tiled Albums

WhatsApp for iOS is getting a new update today and will feature 3 interesting features for users. The news comes off a TechCrunch post, which claims that the chat company told the former about these new features. Filters for media WhatsApp for iOS will now enable users to add any of the 5 different filters available, to media they share with friends. This will apply to photos, videos and GIF files.

iOS 11 is official, a recap of key mentions that were announced with iOS 11

Today morning at the Apple WWDC 2017, the Cupertino based giant announced the launch of a iOS 11. The new iOS upgrade brings in a range of interesting features to iOS powered devices. This is by far the largest iOS upgrade for iPad machines ever. Some of the key mentions that were announced with the launch of iOS are discussed here: ApplePay, ARKit that brings in a powerful augmented reality platform with iOS, DND mode while driving, improved Apple Pencil integration on the iPad, Files app to make file management easier on the iOS, improved Siri, improved photography experience on the iPhone devices and redesigned App Store.

Instagram's location and hashtag stories search is now rolling out to all

Instagram announced 2 new features 2 days back and they’re being made live to all users across the world now. This latest addition of Instagram Stories search using hashtag/location extends Instagram’s Stories existing use-case. The hashtag search for Instagram Stories enables users to search for an hashtag to discover Stories related to it. This can be very handy to discover live happenings and stories from everyone related to that topic. This takes Instagram Stories further as the modern news feed for many marketers.

[Telegram 4.0 - Part 3] Launch of, instant video messaging

Telegram is finally launching The service had been rumored to be coming soon, and it’s here. With Telegram 4.0 and above, becomes possible, in real-time with the power of the new instant video messaging feature. This is supposedly launched at celebrities who popularly use Telegram for broadcasting video updates to fans. Telegram 4.0 brings two other major features that you should not miss out on reading: check out Telegram payments for bots and Telegram’s new Instant View support for all.

[Telegram 4.0 - Part 2] Instant View for all publishers, $200K contest for HTML experts

This is part 2 of what Telegram 4.0 brings. Telegram 4.0 has been primarily about 3 major features: Instant View platform for all publishers, payments for bots and Telescope launch. We covered everything about Telegram bot payments on this article. We will be discussing what Instant View is and how you can get this enabled for your blog. Telegram is also throwing in a $200K contest for HTML experts to help them parse a set of rules that will enable a blog to work on Telegram’s Instant View platform.

[Telegram 4.0 - Part 1] Payments for bots

Telegram just announced the launch of version 4.0, and it turns out this is the largest update ever for Telegram. This version packs 3 powerful features, very powerful features - yes, I have to stress that! Telegram 4.0 is finally announcing the launch of payments support for bots, Telescope platform for public video broadcasting and instant view platform for almost all websites and blogs. These features have been under works for long now, and the update’s finally available for everyone to leverage the best of Telegram yet.

Instagram gets face filters, reverse video playback, hashtag search on stories and erasing tool

Facebook just rolled out a new update to Instagram on Android and iOS. With the update, Instagram gets face filters, reverse video playback, hashtag search on stories and erasing tool and these features are available for all users starting today. Make sure you are updated to the latest version of Instagram for Android or iOS and launch the app to see these new features: Instagram gets face filters like how Facebook app has on stories, reverse playback to share your videos on stories in reverse, hashtag search on stories and finally, there’s a new button to erase colors and inputs you create on stories on Instagram.