Everyone should know how to use Google Maps offline, as your internet can give up on you anytime. Have you ever been trying to figure out how to get to a new place, when all of a sudden you finish your data pack, or you get a weak or no signal? Or have you been taking a new route to work recently, and need to use Google Maps nowadays? If yes, then it would make more sense to use Google Maps offline, rather than using your data connection every day, and guarantee reaching your destination on time.
Believe it or not, Facebook has now made it possible for users to play a game basketball in their Messenger App. Facebook is honoring the NCAA or National Collegiate Athletic Association March Madness, which is a basketball tournament.
To play basketball on in the messenger app, all you have to do is send the basketball emoji to any one of your friends. After the emoji is sent, tap on the basketball in the message thread, and voila! The game starts!
Microsoft has announced that its latest smartphone running Windows 10, the Lumia 650 is now available for preorder in Canada and the United States. Having debuted early this year, the device is a mid-range budget smartphone that will cost about USD 200. Preorder it now, and shipping will begin by April 1st.
Apart from the stellar metal design and Windows 10, the Lumia 650 has been largely criticised for the lack of Continuum, Microsoft’s new feature that lets you turn your phone into a light desktop. We’ll you can’t quite complain considering the modest hardware of the phone.
Life without music would be mundane, uninspiring, and a huge mistake. Music has a tendency to make me run faster, think clearly, work harder, and most importantly, feel better. It has some sort of divine powers where simply closing your eyes whilst being plugged in, not only elevates you to another world, but also transcends all sorts of tragedies. If you are addicted to music like me, and have super sensitive hearing, where even the slightest of hymns can trigger dozens of soundtracks in your mind, then you have come the right place. We present you the MusiXmatch app.
After WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook for $19 billion, every developer wants to make the next big messaging app that mirrors the success of WhatsApp. Messaging apps are going to any extent to please their users. Whether it be, making new emoticon packages to starting free voice calling services, they are doing it all. But with such a congested and rapidly growing market, is there still room for another messaging app? The BeamIt App believes so.
The BeamIt app is a so called “visual messaging” app that wants to add context to photo sharing and making it more meaningful. The app is currently available on iOS, and will soon be rolling out for Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone. BeamIt has basic features such as likes, comments, and sharing photos, but somehow still manages to be different. After spending a while on it, we realized that the GUI is so fluidic that is makes all your conversations and comments seem like one entire thread, instead of separate occasions.
It seems WhatsApp has realized that it is time they evolve from the regular text and picture sending service into something greater.
WhatsApp has rolled out a new feature for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone users that lets them share PDF files with their contacts. PDFs are the only file format that can be transferred for now, but WhatsApp is working on .doc files. This can be done by tapping the attachment paperclip button, and then tapping the “attach document.” This feature is not limited to attaching PDF files that are stored locally on your device, in fact you can also send PDF files that are stored on any of your cloud services.
However if the contact has not upgrading their WhatsApp version on their end, they won’t be able to receive the pdf file.