Facebook’s new program, launched to lure Twitch-style game streamers

Facebook has continuously been moving into game streaming and right now it manufactured a new program designed to attract notable creators to the social network. According to the reports reaching us from our sources, the company disclosed its “gaming creator pilot program” yesterday, which it says is a “concerted effort” to combine working hands with …

Allo’s Smart Replies feature picked up by Android Messages

Even though Google Allo does not have a user base that is as large as Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp, it has some really cool features when compared to other messaging platforms; one of these features is Smart Replies. Smart Replies are those little bubbles under your Allo conversations that gives users permission to send off …

Apple, adding a new Privacy icon to iOS and macOS to prevent iCloud password phishing

In forthcoming versions of iOS and macOS, Apple plans to bring out a new Privacy icon that will appear at whenever time the company’s own first-party apps asks for your personal information. Already, Apple has a lot of privacy safeguards and transparency measures in place through both operating systems that alert users when apps are …

10 iOS And Android Apps To Improve Your Sports Performance

There’s an app for everything these days, and sports are no different. If you’re looking for an easy way to follow your favourite teams, there’s plenty of apps that you can download and customize to your heart’s content. Here are 10 of the best apps out there, to get you started. The Score Many people …

Android, now able tell you how fast Wi-Fi networks are before you join them

Some of the amazing, more elusive features of Android 8.1 Oreo have continued to roll out several weeks after the first noteworthy update to the Android OS was released. Take for example; yesterday Google announced that Oreo will now display the speed level of transmission of close open Wi-Fi networks to aid you in deciding if they …

Google has briefly broken Amazon’s workaround for YouTube on Fire TV

Google and Amazon are not getting any closer to ending their terrible dispute. In fact, the user-hostile fight between them has only gotten worse. YouTube has briefly appeared to have blocked the Silk web browser on Fire TV from displaying the TV-optimized interface that is normally displayed on large screens. As a result, trying to …