Apple makes great products, yes. But sometimes, just sometimes, it comes up with batshit crazy, utterly ridiculous, joke of a product. Presenting, the Apple Dongle. Read more
As we had expected, Apple announced the new Apple Watch software – watchOS 4 at the WWDC event held earlier in the day. While there are no radical changes in the software, there are enough incremental updates to get the current (and future) Apple Watch owners excited. Read more
In their recent I/O, Google announced that their virtual assistant (or Google Assistant, as it is known) is finally coming to iOS. Now that Siri and its biggest competition are on the same platform, we wonder, which of them is going to come on top. Read more
India is a nation that loves its families. Small families, large families, extended families – they all have a place in our hearts. Whether they are settled abroad or tucked away in one of the small towns in India, we love them equally. And we share everything with them – gossip, news, food, memories, happy moments, sad moments, and now, thanks to Apple, even purchases from iTunes and the AppStore! Read more
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple after his exile, the company had way too many products and no fixed policy of naming them. Jobs wanted to bring sense into their nomenclature; so he set out to rename all the products. Read more
In just a couple of months, at WWDC, Apple will announce iOS 11 and macOS 10.13. These software updates will bring many new features to the iPhone and MacBook operating systems. However, along with the improvements, there are bound to be a few bugs that will dampen the upgrade experience. It’s pretty much a package deal.
There aren’t many good things we ever say about customer support. If getting connected to them is a pain in the arse, interacting with them and explaining the nature of our problem is nothing short of a nightmare. The general consensus seems to be that they’ve rounded up the simplest (read: dumbest) minds of the universe and trained them with the sole purpose of aggravating the sanity out of us. Read more
Starting today, you will be able to share multiple images/videos in a single post in Instagram. The photo-sharing platform announced this on their blog yesterday.
How to get the new feature?
Instagram has added the option of sharing multiple photos to both iOS and Android. You simply have to update your app to the latest version by going to the AppStore to be able to enjoy the feature.
How to use the new feature?
“When uploading to your feed, you’ll see a new icon to select multiple photos and videos,” explains Instagram. You’ll see a small icon with blue, overlapping squares.
You can change the filters for each pic individually and change their order if you want. However, there will be only one caption for all the photos combined.
On your profile, the images will occupy just one square block. However, they’ll have the same “multiple squares” icon from before on them, only this time, it will be in white. This will let others that there are more photos to be seen in the post.
Finally, in your newsfeed, posts with multiple images will appear with a few blue dots at the bottom. You can swipe left or right to see all the images/videos.
This is a great new feature by Instagram, especially for people with OCD like me. This will let you organise your photos by events, making it easy to find all the related photos together. Also, it will declutter your profile, which is something that was really missing from Instagram!
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Apple’s upcoming new office, so far known as “the Spaceship Campus”, has been officially named as Apple Park. This building will become the new home for more than 12,000 employees currently working at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino. Read more
WhatsApp is soon going to introduce a Live Status feature. And this feature is going to fundamentally change how we interact with the app. Read more