Tuesday , June 5 2018

Apps, Games & Google Services

Facebook Lite arrives in Australia – and other more developed countries to help lighten the data load

The behemoth that is Facebook is making a bold move for users in more developed countries, announcing that they will be rolling their light version of Facebook – called Facebook Lite – out to more developed countries, including Australia. First launched in 2015 after Facebook engineers took a trip to …

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Google maps can now create transit routes that take into account wheelchair accessibility

In some welcome news, Google have announced that their maps service now includes transit route options that take into account wheelchair accessibility. The service is purely aimed at major metropolitan areas (such as Sydney) and their transit routes such as buses, trains, light rail (trams) and ferries. When the wheelchair …

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Residential property developer, Peet, has launched Vision360 to help homebuyers visualise what their new suburb will eventually look like

Residential property developer, Peet, in collaboration with Ogilvy Melbourne, have launched a VR360 degree app called, Vision360, which has been designed to help potential homebuyers visualise what the development will look like once completed. The app, which launched officially today, allows potential homebuyers and users in general, the ability to …

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