Tag Archive: Support

Latest Instagram beta appears to enable multi-account support for some

The latest Instagram beta appears to be enabling multi-account support from within the app, allowing you to switch between accounts without having to log out. This update is rolling out to beta testers in Google Play, so if you aren’t a member of the beta for Instagram you won’t notice any update. To join the beta head here and sign up, then check Google Play for an update.

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Pingpad improves support for Android tablets, adds new profiles and more

Collaborative notes app Pingpad recently snagged an update that brings a proper tablet interface for Android, along with new profiles, group features and more.

Square adds support for Samsung Pay, Android Pay and more with new contactless reader

Square is now rolling out a new version of its card reader, one that accepts NFC payments and EMV chip cards alike. This allows small businesses to start accepting contactless payment services like Android Pay and Samsung Pay, along with chip cards, which have recently been rolling out in the United States.

On the OnePlus X and AT&T radio support

OnePlus made a very bad decision, and it means you shouldn’t buy the OnePlus X if you use AT&T.

The OnePlus X is actually a really good phone, made better by the fact that it has a great price tag of just $ 249. A glance at the phone’s spec sheet gives you hope for this compact phone that’s wrapped in metal and glass — that is, until you look at the supported radio bands.

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Google updates Android Wear SDK to support API 23, Android Marshmallow

Google has updated its Android Wear Software Development Kit (SDK) to include support for API 23, Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Developers will now be able to begin adding Marshmallow features and functionality to their apps, while still maintaining the Lollipop builds until all watches are updated.

Keeper Password Manager gains fingerprint support and more for Marshmallow users

Keeper Password Manager, a great solution to keep your passwords safe, has been updated with support for the new features of Android Marshmallow. In addition to adding some new features, the team has announced some new partnerships, like Samsung and Orange, that will make Keeper preloaded on a large number of devices in the coming years.

Google makes Android Wear cellular support official

Just after LG announced that the first Android Wear smartwatch to sport LTE, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition, will begin shipping this month, Google has made cellular support in Android Wear official.

Chrome support ends for some older Windows and Mac platforms in April 2016

If you are still using a Windows XP or Windows Vista PC, or one with OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 for the Mac, it’s time to think about trading up. Google plans to stop supporting and offering updates for its popular Chrome browser for all those older operating systems in less than a year.

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Today Calendar adds support for natural language processing

Today Calendar, a popular third-party calendar app for Android, has gained support for natural language processing in its latest update. So, how does this benefit you? Well, now you can create a new calendar event with the title of something like “Party at Jim’s house tomorrow at 7 p.m.” and the app will pull all of that and create the event for the following day at the specified time.

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