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Apple is expanding the App Store to 20 more countries later this year in an effort to help developers grow their business in new regions. Developers are advised to update their info before April 10.
Proton Technologies has announced alternative routing, a feature within its apps that helps to bypass censorship in some cases. The feature will be optional with a toggle in the settings.
Spotify updated its home screen for mobile and tablet with a fresh UI that displays your favorite content front and center. The goal is to help you locate your favorite content or find something new.
Microsoft updated its Seeing AI app for iOS with support for five more languages including Dutch, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. The app uses AI to narrate the world to the visually impaired.
Google has revamped the Play Store's user interface in line with Material Design to make it easier for users to discover and access apps, games, books, and movies with their dedicated tabs.
Google has launched support for Assistant on Waze for Android devices to let users get traffic reports, for example, using their voice. The feature is available in the U.S. only for now.
Facebook is the latest U.S. company to serve a major blow to Huawei by prohibiting it from pre-installing apps like Instagram, Facebook, Messenger, and WhatsApp on its future phones.
Microsoft announced today that support for the conditional access and single sign-on capabilities for Edge on iOS and Android is now available in public preview with a focus on enterprise security.
You can now set an upper limit to your spending on the Google Play Store with a new feature within the app. Of course, you can still spend beyond your set budget. The feature is rolling out in stages.
VideoLAN seems to have lifted the ban on Huawei handsets as the VLC app is apparently available for download again for those phones. It blocked Huawei last year for its background app killing policy.
WhatsApp has received a new update that allows you to choose who can add you to group chats and block random people from dragging you into groups that may not interest you without your permission.
Slack's dark mode is now rolling out to members of its beta program for testing a few days after the same feature arrived for its beta version on iOS. However, it is grey rather than a true black.
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Google no longer allows apps that mine cryptocurrency or serve disruptive ads to users, among other banned content on the Play Store as reflected in an update to its developer policies.
For international shoppers, using the Amazon storefront opens up a world of options when looking for a specific item, and with a new update to its mobile apps, this experience will become even better.
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ProtonMail has, via Twitter, reiterated its intention to open source its Android application. The consequences will be that security experts can review the code making the platform even safer.
Nintendo will be launching its Switch iOS and Android app alongside the release of Splatoon 2. The app will support a number of different functions including chat, checking statistics, and more.
After enabling conversations between users and brands last year, Facebook is now starting to test the addition of ads to its Messenger app. Those tests will soon start in Australia and Thailand.
Twitter announced today the release of Explore. The new feature is the result of a year of research to find the best way users could get access to Moments, trends, and search.
The BBC will require all users of iPlayer, iPlayer Radio and some of its mobile apps to log in to be able to use them from 2017 - but it insists the data will not be used for TV licensing enforcement.
The latest leak of NSA documents from its former contractor Edward Snowden show that the agency and its UK counterpart, the GCHQ could be collecting information from mobile apps.
Google has announced that starting in November it will add a way for users of its mobile apps to view YouTube videos while their device is offline "for a short period."
Twitter is planning to experiment with tailored ads, beginning in the United States and spreading the idea elsewhere if it proves successful. Oddly, they also explain how to get out of tailored ads.
Facebook has launched new versions of its iOS and Android news feeds, along with a new site for mobile web users, that increases the size of pictures when seen in the news feed.
Facebook is getting ready to launch ads, or "sponsored stories", in the news feeds of its various mobile apps within a matter of weeks, according to a new report.
Ars Technica reports some Windows Mobile Developers are not getting paid for apps sold in the Windows Mobile Marketplace. Certain developers say they are owed major amounts of money that Microsoft has not yet paid...