Google has over a decade of Android updates under its belt, and each year brings new improvements. Now that Android 13 is publicly available, you’ll want to know all of the great features you can unlock. There’s plenty in store for you.
Once you get an electric vehicle, you’ll quickly realize some of your favorite gas stations don’t offer EV charging. That’s why Tesla, Electrify America, and many third-party brands have apps to help you track down the best, fastest, or nearest electric vehicle charging station.
Audible is rewarding its Audible Premium Plus subscribers with an end-of-summer sale. The company is offering discounts on a massive selection of titles in its library, some up to 85% off. This means you can refresh your to-read stack for cheap.
The Parallels Desktop software lets you run Windows, Linux, or legacy macOS releases on your Mac computer. It’s an incredible tool that doesn’t require dual-booting an OS, and notably, it’s the only good way to run Windows apps on an Apple Silicon Mac.
The Incognito mode in Google Chrome is great for browsing the web with privacy, but if you hand your Android phone off to someone, they can easily open a tab and view that content. Now, Google is readying a feature that lets users lock Incognito tabs behind fingerprint biometrics.
In a shocking announcement, Adobe says it will acquire Figma. The $20 billion deal is controversial, but it’s also quite interesting. Figma is the first design tool that’s truly adapted to remote work, an area that Adobe struggles to understand.
Fans of the Google Photos “Memories” feature are in for a treat. Google is rolling out an upgraded Memories experience that adds more fun and flair to your slideshows. Plus, a new “Collage Editor” lets you bring photos together into a cute digital scrapbook page.
Are you tired of your dull command line? Microsoft’s latest Windows Terminal update opens the door to customization, with improved color selector options and new theming support. You can now write your own Windows Terminal themes, with background images and all!
After taking the Dark Sky weather app away from Android users, Apple will do the same to its own customers. An in-app warning shows that Dark Sky will stop working on December 31st, 2022. Apple previously announced the “end of 2022” deadline on June 6th, but to be honest, we expected another delay.