You’ve got an hour to unsend messages on WhatsApp Sometimes you need more than seven minutes to unsend a message on WhatsApp. Thankfully, with the most recent update, now we do. The most recent patch (2.18.31) extends the “delete for everyone” period to one hour, eight minutes and 16 secondsRead More →

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Amazon brings Alexa calls and messaging to tablets You no longer need to hang around an Echo speaker to make free calls and messages with Alexa. As of now, you can use Alexa to place calls (including video calls) and send messages from Android tablets, iPads and of course Amazon’sRead More →

Telltale’s second ‘Batman’ season ends March 27th Telltale’s games are defined by in-the-moment choices that have far-reaching consequences, and that’s never been truer than it is now. It’s releasing the final episode of Batman: The Enemy Within (“Same Stitch”) on March 27th, and your decisions from… Continue reading… Powered byRead More →

‘Fortnite Battle Royale’ is coming to phones and tablets soon Fortnite has rapidly gained ground on the battle royale-style champ, PUBG, and now Epic Games has announced it will launch a mobile version on iOS and Android. Amazingly, it’s supposed to be the same game as we’ve seen on otherRead More →

MoviePass pulls ‘unused app location’ features from its iOS app Two days after we started reporting on comments by MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe about his company tracking users after they leave the theater, there’s an update for its iOS app. According to the notes, it contains “Theater & Movie SearchRead More →

Netflix is bringing video previews to its mobile apps A year after introducing video previews on its TV experience, Netflix is now planning to bring the feature to its mobile apps. The company announced today that this will be rolling out April, noting that it was developed to help makeRead More →

Google Lens is now available for some non-Pixel Android phones Google Lens is making it way from the Pixel to Android devices and iPhones alike starting today. In a roundabout way, that is. The AI-powered photo analyzing app will live inside Assistant in Google Photos, as spotted by 9to5 Gooogle.Read More →

Google makes it easier to search from the comforts of iMessage GBoard is great for accessing Google without leaving iMessage, but, unless you’re already using it as your default keyboard, switching back and forth is clunky. That should change with today’s update for the Google app on iOS. Now theRead More →

Microsoft is reportedly testing Cortana in Outlook mobile Microsoft is reportedly testing an integration of Cortana and Outlook mobile. Sources told The Verge that the company is working on a version of Outlook for iOS and Android that has Cortana built right in and would allow users to ask Microsoft’sRead More →

Apple Watch Series 3 will track your shredding on the slopes Fancy yourself a skier or snowboarder? Don’t let winter’s impending conclusion distract you from news that your Apple Watch Series 3 can now track those snowy workouts and put them toward your daily activity goals. Apps including Snoww, SlopesRead More →

‘My Tamagotchi Forever’ app arrives on March 15th You ready to give a cute virtual pal some food, bath and TLC? If you miss your Neopets and Tamagotchi days, then keep an eye out for My Tamagotchi Forever, which will be available for Android and iOS devices on March 15th,Read More →

F1’s streaming service will be ready for April’s Grand Prix Formula 1 racing is getting in on the streaming game. F1 TV launched today at Mobile World Congress, and the new functionality will be up and running in time for April’s opening grand prix in Melbourne, Australia. F1 TV willRead More →

Parrot app automatically edits your drone videos Drone videos can be spectacular, but editing them? Not so much — don’t be surprised if you spend hours cutting 10 minutes of footage into something worth watching. Parrot thinks there’s a better way. It’s adding a Flight Director feature to its Free…Read More →

Apple will store China’s iCloud keys on local servers Apple has already bent over backwards in a bid to keep doing business in China, but it’ll have to bend a little further. As of the end of February, the company will host mainland Chinese users’ iCloud keys on servers locatedRead More →

Apple Pay Cash nears its first international expansion Apple Pay Cash may not be limited to Americans for much longer. Users in Brazil, Ireland and Spain have all reported seeing the peer-to-peer payment service show up in iOS’ Messages app, suggesting that launches in their countries (and potentially mo… ContinueRead More →