When it comes to maps and navigation, you probably want something that gets you from point A to B as quickly as possible and avoids traffic, police, or accidents. And while there are many options available, I switched from Google Maps to Waze this year, and I’m not switching back.
Earlier this year, we reported on the NFL’s plans to eliminate its free out-of-market and primetime streaming options on Yahoo! Sports and other apps and replace them with a paid service. Today, the “Shield” officially announced and launched NFL+, its first streaming service.
Exactly one decade ago, Google transformed its Android Market into the modern Play Store. And to celebrate this anniversary, Google is offering 10x the Play Points rewards for all purchases. The company is also updating Play Store’s logo, which now matches the color scheme of other Google app logos.
Have you ever loved the set list at a live concert so much that you wish you could easily listen to it over and over again? Or missed a concert by your favorite artist but still want to hear each song? If so, the web app Setify is worth checking out.
Creating high-quality videos no longer requires a high-end computer, expensive software, and years of editorial training. Today, anyone can make pro-level video content with the device they carry around in their pocket. If you’re reading this on an iPhone or an iPad, these apps might be just what you’re looking for.
Earlier this year at WWDC, Apple released its RoomPlan API for developers to tap into AR features on iOS devices. Now, we’re seeing an incredible use of the technology thanks to a new demo video released by the Canadian e-commerce brand Shopify.
The game Wordle took over the internet for a good while earlier this year, and dozens of similar trivia games emerged trying to emulate its success. Today, Spotify announced it acquired Heardle, our favorite Wordle alternative, and instead of guessing a new word each day, you guess a popular song.
Security advocates got a major win in February, when Microsoft announced that Office applications would finally block VBA macros by default. But Microsoft is backtracking. The VBA macros block, which was initially slated for June of 2022, no longer has a release date.
When it comes to social media, people love sharing everything. Spotify wrapped year in review playlists are a popular social trend each year, and last week we shared the fun new Spotify Iceberg trend floating around social media. But what if you could create a music festival poster curated from your Spotify playlist?
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is becoming mandatory on many websites, and it’s easy to see why. On the face of it, requiring you to confirm your login via SMS or an app provides a solid second layer of security. But just how strong is it?