Twitter continues to innovate in their own space, offering more and more reasons to use their own client. Today Twitter has announced they are bringing better ways to communicate privately, offering the ability to now Direct Message (DM) groups of people, as well as offering a way to capture, edit and share video through Twitter. New! Use Direct Messages to[Read More…]
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OneFlare introduces new Android app to let Businesses add 15-second promotional videos to their profile
OneFlare, the Australian based online marketplace which lets Aussies connect with local businesses and tradespeople around them, has introduced a new app today. Aimed at the Businesses and Tradespeople who list their services on OneFlare, the Oneflare Video app allows them to upload a 15-second video to their online profile. OneFlare believes that the app will add another level to[Read More…]
NetherRealm Studios are releasing a companion game for Android for their PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox 360 and PC game, also called Batman: Arkham Origins. The Australian release for the console version is the 25th of October, with the Android release of the beat-em-up version following soon after. Batman: Arkham Origins is a prequel to the critically acclaimed “Batman: Arkham[Read More…]
HTC has released a video to accompany the launch of the One Max. The production highlights many features of the One Max, including its aluminium body, large 5.9″ Full HD screen and BoomSound stereo speakers. The “swipe finger down” fingerprint scanner is demonstrated, as is the new Sense 5.5 user interface with BlinkFeed home screen (on which you’ll find some[Read More…]
It seems Samsung Hub, which we reported about back a few weeks ago, is now rolling out via an update through the Samsung Apps store on certain Samsung Devices. The update, which not only brings it in line with what is available on the Play Store, With Movies, Games, Apps but Samsung own answer to Google TextBooks, Samsung Learning hub,[Read More…]
Taking selfies just got significantly easier, thanks to Vine’s latest update. Twitter’s short video social network added the ability to take videos using the front-facing camera today, along with some ‘performance improvements’. Many Android users were put off initially by Vine’s unbearably long buffering times, which have been getting progressively shorter thanks to the rapidity with which Vine has been[Read More…]
Instagram has just held an event at the Facebook HQ, Kevin Systrom the co-founder of Instagram took the opportunity to announce that the service had over 130 Million active users and 16 Billion photos have been shared. To build on this success Kevin announced that they are adding a video component to their popular photo sharing service. The Instagram video[Read More…]
Twitter’s six-second video creation app, Vine, is now available for download on Google Play. The once iOS-only app allows you to create six second videos that loop infinitely. You can either record short snippets within the six seconds instead of shooting one entire six second video, although you can do that if you wish.
Android’s lack of USB audio support (#5) and high audio latency (#11) have been a couple of the platform’s most griped-about and longest-standing issues, starred by 4482 and 2329 users respectively at the time of writing. USB Audio Recorder Pro is an app that represents a significant step toward addressing these issues, as the developers have written a USB audio[Read More…]