Tag Archive: Lets

Twitter finally lets you schedule tweets

Scheduling tweets was once the exclusive domain of third-party apps and services.

What you need to know Twitter now lets you schedule tweets on the web. The service started testing out scheduling for a select group of users earlier this year. Twitter’s web-app has also been updated to include saving of drafted tweets and draft syncing to other instances of the web-app.

Twitter has officially announced and rolled out tweet scheduling for its web-app. Tweet scheduling is  [Read More…]

YouTube Music now lets you pre-save unreleased albums

Spotify and Apple Music also offer a similar feature.

What you need to know YouTube Music will now let users pre-save unreleased albums to their libraries. Some tracks which have already been released as EPs or singles can be downloaded and played as part of an unreleased album. Rival streaming services, Spotify and Apple Music offer this as well.

Google has added a slightly new feature to YouTube Music, the ability to pre-save unreleased albums to your  [Read More…]

Latest WhatsApp beta lets you easily add new contacts via QR codes

QR code support is expected to become available for all beta testers within the next few days.

What you need to know The latest beta version of the WhatsApp for Android app adds support for QR codes. You can now share your contact info with your friends using a QR code. The QR codes can be scanned from within the app to add new contacts.

WhatsApp has introduced a nifty new feature with the latest beta version  [Read More…]

Who wins in the battle of OnePlus 8 Pro vs. Motorola Edge+? Let’s find out

Has it all OnePlus 8 Pro

From $ 899 at OnePlus

Pros Beautiful 120Hz AMOLED display Performance is buttery smooth Long-lasting battery life Super-fast wireless charging OxygenOS software is unmatched Cons So-so telephoto camera

The OnePlus 8 Pro is the first phone where OnePlus truly didn’t hold back at all, and the end result is rather impressive. From a 120Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 865, IP68 dust/water resistance, and an all-new wireless charging experience, the OnePlus 8  [Read More…]

Roku’s Mother’s Day deals lets mom stream her favorite shows at a discount

Mother’s Day is less than one week away, and if you’re still stumped on what to buy your loved one, Roku’s latest sale is here to help. With offers on streaming devices, wireless speakers, and even streaming channels, Roku gives you a number of ways to make mom’s day special. Best of all, various retailers are getting in on these deals so you can shop where you like and even score free shipping on select purchases.

The main deal  [Read More…]

The Facebook Portal Mother’s Day sale lets you see mom face to face again

This Mother’s Day will be a bit different than most. With everyone practicing social distancing and staying at home, you might not be around your mother during this special day for the first time in years. Luckily, this Mother’s Day sale on Facebook Portal devices will help make sure you and mom can see each other whenever you choose. With select devices now $ 50 off, today’s sale offers some of the best discounts yet on Facebook Portal models with  [Read More…]

Let’s compare Zoom and Microsoft Teams for your video conferencing needs

Best Overall Microsoft Teams

From $ 5 per month/ per user at Microsoft

Pros Included with Microsoft 365 Collaboration tools Easy to connect to other programs Privacy and encryption Lets 250 people join virtual meetings Even more can join for live streaming events Cons Not compatible with Linux Call-in support costs extra Webinar support also costs extra

Microsoft Teams lets up to 250 people join traditional virtual meetings and 10,000 for live streaming events. It works  [Read More…]

How to watch the Let’s Go Crazy: A Grammy Salute to Prince live stream

Four years ago today Prince passed away, and tonight to celebrate and honor him, you’ll be able to tune in and watch Let’s Go Crazy: A Grammy Salute to Prince. The event was originally recorded on January 28, just two days after the Grammys 2020 took place, and is finally being released for everyone to watch. It’s hosted by Maya Rudolph, and the actress and comedian will even perform with her Prince cover band during the event. The band is  [Read More…]

This handy Android app lets you remotely monitor your PC

Easily monitor your PC’s stats with an Android phone.

What you need to know Use an Android app to transform your phone into a system monitor. Keep track of your system temperatures and usage. Completely free to use, aside from the widgets dashboard.

Monitoring your PC system resources and other values like temperatures and voltages requires third-party software like HWiNFO where you can have a window or overlay configured for viewing. But not everyone has five monitors,  [Read More…]

Instagram now lets everyone send DMs on the desktop

Facebook brings one of its best messaging services multi-platform.

What you need to know Instagram finally is rolling out web DMs to all users. The company announced a testing period in January for a select group of users. Facebook still plans on bridging all its messaging services eventually.

Instagram is finally rolling out desktop DMs after testing the feature for a few months. You’ll now be able to read, send, and respond to DMs from your browser  [Read More…]