After the Wall Street Journal published a report on Facebook's move to put up ads on WhatsApp, the parent company seems to have shelved the option of monetizing WhatsApp via showing ads in the Status section. Turns out Facebook reportedly is working on a different revenue model for WhatsApp and
Instagram is a popular photo-sharing app/website that offers hundreds of millions of users access to a humongous userbase sharing their work, daily life and more. But this also means it is a home ground for spreading fake photos and news and that's something Instagram is trying to curb with the
Social media giant Instagram said that the company is testing direct messaging from the desktop website by rolling out an update to specific users.
Some Instagram users will now be able to access group chats and private messages from the browser too. The company in a statement on Tuesday claimed that
Imagine a life without Instagram? Empty, isn’t it? Well, in an attempt to curb approval from the masses and to resolve people’s reaction towards a post where they would usually check out a point with higher ‘Likes’ count then those with lower count irrespective if the latter has a deeper
Yesterday, I received an update on my PUBG Mobile app on my OnePlus 6 and since almost all the rollouts are global, this means almost everyone might have received the update sized at 475MB. Simply go to Google Play Store, type in PUBG and there you have it and the
Are you a movie buff? Someone who can binge-watch an entire season of Games of Thrones (GoT) in a day? I know I would do it without any second thought but only if I have a Netflix Subscription. Why you might ask? The answer is simple. First of all, the