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Apps, Games & Google Services

Facebook’s “Clear History” feature taking longer to develop – will begin testing in Autumn 2019

Facebook has been fighting a number of privacy issues in 2018, including multiple privacy breaches and bugs and compromising millions of users’ data entrusted to the company. So, when Facebook announced that it will be bringing a new “Clear History” feature during its F8 conference earlier this year, it was …

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Huawei will launch StorySign in February 2019 helping deaf and hard of hearing kids to read

Being deaf or hard of hearing can present unique problems to kids, parents and educators. To make it a little easier, Huawei have announced that their Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered StorySign app, which helps these children to read using Sign Language, will launch in Australia in February 2019. The app …

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Latitude Financial Services Launches Android App for 28 Degrees, Gem Visa, Latitude Infinity & CreditLine

Australia and New Zealand’s largest non-bank lender Latitude Financial Services has soft launched an Android app for it’s 2.6+ million customers. Currently the Latitude app supports the majority of Latitude’s credit card range, including 28 Degrees Platinum Mastercard, Gem Visa, Latitude Infinity and CreditLine. The difference between the Latitude App …

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Google Maps will now show you where your nearest Lime Bike or Scooter is in selected Cities (including one in Australia!)

Google loves helping us all get around the world with Google Maps, now they’re making it easier listing Lime scooters, pedal bikes, and e-bikes as transit options when you’re navigating your way around select cities around the world. From today, Google Maps will list the nearest location of a Lime …

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Pixel Sounds 2.0 has begun rolling out bring with it Visualisations and downloadable Ringtones by Google

After the leak last week from a Play Store listing showing that Google was planning a revamp of the ringtone, notification, and alarm sound experience on their ‘Made by Google’ devices which included visualisations and downloadable ringtones coming as part of an unspecified update, it would seem that this update …

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