A new iOS app helps you create square videos with special effects and captions, designed for sharing on social media.
According to the commenters on Youtube this has not be made available yet.
No Facetime? No problem. With Google’s Duo app, video-calling between Android/Android and Android/iOS just got way simpler.
And not an iPhone was mentioned that day.
How did he forget to add the rash of police shootings of unarmed black men and women (and the US becoming a certified police state) to his list of things more important than the Kardashians? Maybe I have my priorities wrong. Then again I live in the real world.
Kardashians app: Young app developer James Shamsi has created an AdBlock version of the Kardashians, called KardBlock. How does it work? Is this real? The Times’s Christy Khoshaba has the details.
Today, on it’s official blog Google announced that it will start to scale back Google Labs. While it would mean terminating Labs experiments, Google plans to make these products available on the Android Market.
“While we’ve learned a huge amount by launching very early prototypes in Labs, we believe that greater focus is crucial if we’re to make the most of the extraordinary opportunities ahead.”
These app developers are freakin’ geniuses.
‘Road SMS’ for the Android is a clever way for Samsung to keep your phone permanently glued to your hand by acting as your eyes. It uses the phone’s camera to provide video in the backdrop of your message so you don’t do something really embarrassing, like walk into a pole or (worse yet) some other person.
We live in a very strange world.
Introducing Google Translate for Animals, a new application that can help you communicate with your pet.
More video of the much hyped Nexus One.