“Moments” Twitter will begin to appear vertically as an alternative to horizontal

Twitter launched the “Moments” feature in 2015 in the hope of gathering important moments for users about a particular event in a single basket of tweets, and since then it has been working on developing this feature better. Twitter used to display the tweets of any moment on the feature horizontally as opposed to its format on the timeline of the tweets, but it seems that they found users prefer the timeline and display the tweets similar to their appearance on the homepage so it has a new update gives users what they want. Where the tweets of a moment … Continue reading “Moments” Twitter will begin to appear vertically as an alternative to horizontal

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Microsoft Unveils New User Interface for Office Pack

Microsoft has announced a new user interface for various Office applications, which will change the interfaces of applications Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other popular office applications. The move comes as part of the company’s changes to design its various applications in what it calls the “Fluent Design System”, a method that has been introduced to make applications and software more efficient and easy to use, similar to what Google does with Design. The new change brought Microsoft’s top bar to the application interface, and added many redesigned icons in different colors to the user interface. In addition, the company added … Continue reading Microsoft Unveils New User Interface for Office Pack

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Google Images now supports brightness, archiving and photo rotation suggestions

A variety of new features are now available on the Google Photos service, both on the application and on the web. These features include auto-adjust settings for image brightness, image rotation, side-by-side archiving of images in labels, menus. Obviously, this … Continue reading Google Images now supports brightness, archiving and photo rotation suggestions

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The new Snapchat design starts with users access

After a harsh response from users to Snapchat’s design, the company announced last month that it intended to redesign the application to suit users’ requests, which has now emerged with the arrival of the latest update. Snapchat had redesigned its full application at the end of last year, but faced a noisy response from the public that called for the return of the old design of the application, which made the company redesign the design it launched at the time in line with public requests. According to the company, the recent update to users of iOS carried the new format … Continue reading The new Snapchat design starts with users access

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Microsoft is testing an application to access the content of your smartphone via your computer

As part of its developers’ conference, Microsoft unveiled a new application for Windows 10 that connects the computer with the smartphone so that it reaches its content and uses it directly from the computer. There are a lot of good … Continue reading Microsoft is testing an application to access the content of your smartphone via your computer

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Google Search app now supports downloading podcasts and listening offline

In March, Google announced that it was introducing new ways to interact with users with its default Google Android application. Perhaps the most important feature of this update is direct support for subscribing and listening to podcasts. Today, in another update, Connection, through the new button “Download episode”. Users will have customization settings for the service. They will be able to schedule deletion after a certain period of time. Whether or not the downloaded segments are listened to, they will by default remove the completed rolls after 24 hours and incomplete after 30 days. At the same time, Where the … Continue reading Google Search app now supports downloading podcasts and listening offline

WhatsApp now supports running Instagram and Facebook videos within the app on iOS

Today’s Messaging and Messaging application has received a new update that supports iOS only, and has provided a range of new features targeted to everyone, and other features that are currently targeted to users in a certain area and will come with us in the next lines. For general features, the application now supports Picture-in-Picture, which was previously supported on Facebook, Instagram and Moment. This means that when you receive a video link, you will have the ability to play it and continue browsing any Something on the phone. Some features related to admins have also been added, such as … Continue reading WhatsApp now supports running Instagram and Facebook videos within the app on iOS

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A pilot update to WhatsApp account provides settings and restrictions for group administrators

When we talk officially, so far, WhatsApp groups have not given administrators full control over what happens inside them, for example they can only enmity and remove members, or promote others about the supervisor’s status, but can not, for example, … Continue reading A pilot update to WhatsApp account provides settings and restrictions for group administrators

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Facebook launches a tool for enhanced reality and instant messaging on Messenger platform

Facebook announced at its annual F8 conference today the development of new tools for businesses and ordinary people on the platform Messenger to raise the efficiency of work on the platform. Enhanced Reality on Messenger The company announced the launch … Continue reading Facebook launches a tool for enhanced reality and instant messaging on Messenger platform

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Instagram begins hiding the comments of bullying and irony

Last year Instagram began filtering out bullying and spam-related comments. Today, this filter is being developed to include bullying and ridicule of users through a specially-designed, automatically-activated setting. Through artificial intelligence, Instagram will recognize comments, observe and hide comments that attack … Continue reading Instagram begins hiding the comments of bullying and irony

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Apple has developed a virtual reality helmet and a reality reinforced with 8K screens

Informed sources have revealed that Apple intends to enter the virtual reality and enhanced reality of the manufacture of a head helmet supporting the two technologies is expected to launch in 2020. As it is clear that the project is … Continue reading Apple has developed a virtual reality helmet and a reality reinforced with 8K screens

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Google will launch the confirmation feature while signing in to third party applications next month

Google provides a service that allows applications and web services to make users use their Google Accounts to log in to those services without having to register on the same platform or application. This service is very popular for its … Continue reading Google will launch the confirmation feature while signing in to third party applications next month

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Instagram tests the feature of mute publications and other feature stories

Like Facebook, Instagram intends to make the mute feature available to prevent access to user publications, but without the need to cancel its follow-up and friendship. You can continue to use other services, such as stories and private messages, or … Continue reading Instagram tests the feature of mute publications and other feature stories

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Facebook publishes community standards and allows objection to actions

Although leaked previously, Facebook has published what it calls community standards, the rules governing everything on Facebook in terms of content, accounts and others that determine what is allowed to stay and what prevents Facebook presence and must be removed. … Continue reading Facebook publishes community standards and allows objection to actions