Google has successfully begun testing a new feature in its Google Maps app for android users that would only allow data to be downloaded by a Wi-Fi connection. This unique feature will help users with the limited data plan as well.
Select users can find the mode in the Maps settings menu in place of the “Offline areas” option. When it enabled, the app will suddenly warns that a small amount of mobile data may still be used, but significantly less than usual. The switch essentially cuts Maps off from cellular data, only loading new information over Wi-Fi, the app will working similarly to the “Use Cellular Data for” option switches in iOS’ own Settings app.
Prisma photo filter app now out of beta and available to everyone on Android. With more than 400 million pictures “prismed” and over 10.6 million installs on iOS, Prisma is arriving on Android having barely been able to sustain its popularity among iPhone users. Prisma the turn-your-photos-into-paintings app that’s been blowing up over the past few weeks, is now launching on Android in full form. That means you no longer need a beta invite, and will be available to all Android users on the Google Play Store.
IoT simply means exercising better and complete control upon objects in order to extract more information, thereby enhancing quality of life. IoT enables us to access a whole lot of information which was not accessible before. Imagine your hand band glowing red if a fb friend passes by or glowing blue if a twitter follower is in the same train you are.
IoT is definitely going to create a huge impact on our social lives with these high impact products.
Google introduces Project Blocks which will help kids to learn how the code and logics works in a very play full manner.
This simple platform will allows developers, designers and educators to build physical programming experiences that can help kids (5+) learn to code.
It’s easy to post a ton of photos from your weekend adventures to Facebook, but let’s face it: there are only so many people willing to flip through your photos one at a time. Facebook might just have a way to spice things up, though. It’s trotting out a Slideshow feature that turns your photos and videos into themed clips that will be easier to watch. Read full news