Google Photos for iPhone and iPad will soon let you mark a photo as your favorite. Plus, as a cool bonus, you’ll be able to give some love to shared images by “hearting” them.
Clips 2.0.4 for iPhone and iPad packs in all-new soccer graphics ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, including an animated sticker, a label and poster with customizable text.
The powerful Spark email client just changed the way teams use email, get things done and communicate with collaborative features like creating email together and such perks as discussing email privately, creating a link to an email message and more.
A completely rebuilt app, Procreate Pocket 2 now uses the Silica-M engine that uses Apple’s Metal framework like the iPad edition of the app, has multi-threaded support and more.
If you are driving a Ford and are a fan of Waze, you’ve got something to be excited about because the crowd-sourced GPS navigation app now supports SYNC 3 infotainment.
Tweetbot 3 brings a fresh new look and some interesting outward-facing user features, but you’ll need to spend some cash to enjoy these perks even if you’re an existing customer.
Use the new interactive slider for those times when you’d like to pose more nuanced questions to your followers, like how an artist’s new single is or how they like their food.
You can now put off emails that you just can’t read or reply to straight away, as well as request money as an attachment in Gmail with Google Pay or pay anyone with an email address.
WhatsApp is rolling out video support for Facebook and Instagram content, in addition to some changes aimed at group administrators like the ability to revoke admin rights and select who can change a group’s subject, icon and description.
Facebook is cleaning up the interface in its mobile Messenger app while bringing an all-new Dark Mode-like theme, custom chat bubbles and other enhancements.