Skype - the most serious video conferencing app - is getting a complete, fun-filled overhaul. In addition to the all-new design, Skype is getting it’s own version of ‘stories’, called Highlights.
It is no question that Adobe’s Photoshop is the ultimate photo editing tool you can use, but it is expensive and bulky - and especially hard to use for amateurs. With my recent investment in an entry-level DSLR camera (the Nikon D3300), I decided to start uploading pictures to Unsplash and share them on social media. But capturing RAW images meant I would have to get a software to edit those high quality images.
That’s where Polarr came in. It is, according to me, the best alternative to Photoshop, and I’ll tell you why...
For a company to earn $78 million in a single quarter is a major achievement. With the success of the iPhone 7 Plus, Apple managed to sell a record-breaking 78 million iPhone units, with $58 million coming from just iPhone sales.
I own and use a 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar as my everyday machine, and I had a mixed opinion about the Touch Bar when I first reviewed it. But things have changed for good, especially with Spotify’s Touch Bar integration - which makes that tiny touchscreen so much more useful.
Remember Martin Hajek? Back in June, four months before the release of the new MacBook Pro, he made amazingly accurate renders of the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Some of the renders included Spotify controls on the Touch Bar. And ever since I’ve gotten my MacBook Pro, I’ve been waiting for Spotify to make their app support the Touch Bar. The good news? It’s finally here.
Android users rejoice! The Google keyboard on your phone is getting a big upgrade with the Gboard. Earlier in the year, Google announced a powerful new keyboard for the iPhone that brought Google Search, GIFs and swipe-to-type to your fingertips. It was indeed a huge improvement to the default iOS keyboard, and Gboard gained popularity quickly.
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