Category «Android»

How to win at free-to-play games for mobile devices

free-to-play games

Free-to-play games are all the rage nowadays on smartphone and tablet platforms. While they are free for users to download, install and play, progression is normally very slow. Ask any gamer how long it took to reach a high level at any particular game, like Clash of Clans, and the answer will probably be in …

Twitter adds more controls to mute notifications option

Twitter Mute

Twitter has added new filters to their mute notifications option available on their website and in their smartphones app for iOS and Android. The new mute options give you more control by allowing you to mute tweets of certain accounts that you do not wish to see on your timeline. You will not receive SMS or …

Snapchat adds voice filters, backdrops and links in new update

Snapchat Paperclip backdrops

Snapchat has released an update which allows you to add website links, backdrops to your snaps and record videos in different voices. The latest update, version 10.12, is now available worldwide for iOS and Android. These features further extend the creative toolset that Snapchat provides to its users to create entertaining and expressive stories.

Unicode 10 with 56 new Emojis coming soon to iOS and Android

Unicode 10 emoji-5-sample-images-overview-emojipedia-2017

The Unicode Consortium has released Unicode Standard 10 with both core specification and data files. The latest version of Unicode is loaded with 136, 690 characters, and 139 scripts which include four new scripts and 56 new emoji characters. Focusing on delivering to a diverse set of people around the world, the new characters and …