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Telegram users rocking a Windows desktop will want to grab the latest update. Among other things, the ability to edit text and messages, from anywhere, for up to two days after they’re sent. The “other things” eluded to above include: Inline bot shortcuts can now be found in the attachment menu Mentions by typing “@” and selecting them from a list Furthermore, Windows Phone users get the above updated features as well as the ability to find inline bot shortcuts via the attachment menu  and faster searching of friends/users/contacts via the “People List” in search. Messaging clients are a dime…

Via: Windows Central

Android users have had a long history of getting left over scraps when it comes to new apps/services. While iOS may have an overall smaller footprint — Start the vicious debating! — Android for some reason still can’t score exclusives (most of the time). But alas, that is neither here nor there today, as one big holdout, Periscope, is finally on Android. The live streaming app recently purchased by Twitter and launched on iOS a month or so back allows quick and easy live broadcasting of anything, anywhere, and at any time. iOS users will see very little difference in…

Have you ever been in a situation where you go to paste something from your clipboard and what you need is not there?  I know I have! Microsoft has a solution: Microsoft OneClip! OneClip is a cross-platform cloud application for Windows 10, Windows Phone, iOS, OSX, and Android.  Currently it’s labeled as an internal beta, however, you can download the application on a Windows Phone device. Microsofts description of the application: With OneClip, it’s easy to get back to the stuff you’ve seen and used. It might be a photo you took, a screenshot you made, a phone number or…

Source: Windows Central

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If you’ve been using (or attempted to use) the Google Hangouts Mac app, you no doubt have experienced how absolutely awful it was. While we’ll forgo asking ourselves how/why Google would ever release something like that to the public, it still makes us think… how long can this madness go on? Apparently, today is the end of the road. But in a good way. As you can see above, it’s a much nicer layout. Really, it’s the version that Google should have released in the first place, or if it really wasn’t ready, hold off and release now. Alas, Mac…

Android users not feeling any love from Instagram after they released “Layouts” (collage app for Instagram) for iOS a month or so back can finally be put the pitch forks down. Today, Instagram launched not only the Android version of Layouts, but a new tool within the Instagram app called “Structure” that will help bring out details and textures in photos. For now, Structure is actually an Android-only feature, so, there’s one for the Android team to keep track of. That said, don’t look for it to stay that way for long. Interested filter junkies and collage creators can hit…

We know Google has kept itself busy with slowly updating all their apps (including iOS ones) to fit their new material design language. But even though they already gave their iOS YouTube app a material design layout, Google apparently wasn’t very happy with it. Google has started rolling out a completely redesigned YouTube app for iOS, to a selected amount of users. And we here at Bit Bit Byte were fortunate enough to had the chance to give it an exclusive first look. In this article I will give you a quick look around the brand new design of the…

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Good calendar apps are actually quite plentiful on both Android and iOS (more-so the latter). That said, we’re never content with “staying put” and always happy to see new and unique features added to something as mundane and ritual as a calendar. And today, Sunrise Calendar app hopes to woo you over with a pretty slick new feature as part of their version 4.0 rollout. Specifically, Sunrise 4.0 for Android and iOS now features a new, custom keyboard dubbed “Meet”. Basically, it’s a way for users to quickly glance at and schedule meetings via the keyboard section of the screen…

By itself, Hulu is awesome. For $9.99/month you get access to a ton of awesome TV shows and movies. But you know what’s better than $9.99/month? Free. But it’s not Hulu or some uber consumer conscious entity giving customers access to Hulu pro bono… it’s AT&T. That’s right. Under a new partnership/deal, AT&T is going to allow their customers to access Hulu’s catalog pro bono beginning “later this summer”. There is one sticking point, though. To consume all the free Hulu, you’ll need to use an AT&T branded app. You won’t be able to simply flip open the Hulu app…

Source: AT&T

If you’re an LG G3 owner and want to partake of most of the G4’s system app goodness, there’s no a way. As is usual with this sort of stuff, XDA can be the receiver of all thanks and praises. Specifically, XDA dev member “LastStandingDroid” has done all the leg work. That said, there are a couple things to make note of. First and foremost, (and probably the biggest question in your minds) while the camera does work, the full-on manual mode is only partially working. (Damn drivers!) Second, you’ll need to have the V20l (Lollipop version) firmware for the…

Source: XDA

Via: Android Beat

Typically we get excited for Wednesdays because it’s Google’s “update day” for Android apps. So it’s uncharacteristic to be talking about such an update and yet here we are. Today, Mountain View decided to push out a rather large (feature wise) update for Gmail for Android. The most prominent feature now available will make those of you with multiple Gmail accounts much happier – a combined inbox. But, it’s not just for Gmail accounts. Since Google allows many other different types of email accounts to be added to the Gmail app, all of those accounts are also lumped into the…

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