Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg earlier this year had disclosed that the time users spent on the network had reduced by 50 million hours every day. The company is now looking to further help users control the time they spend on the social networking platform with a new feature, tentatively titled “Your Time On Facebook.” As the name suggests, the feature will provide information about how much time users spent on the platform each day in a week, along with the average time spent on the site per day.
Link: Addicted to Facebook, Instagram? New tools to help reduce time spent on these apps
Fake Fortnite Android apps are spreading around the internet, even though the game has not been officially released for the platform. Videos on YouTube with links to scam versions of the popular game have been viewed millions of times, according to security experts. None of the fake apps has made it on to the Google Play Store, but they are easy to find on search engines.
Link: Fake Fortnite Android internet apps spread
When I was asked by Joanne, to share my five most favorite iPhone apps, I was thrilled and I had to take some time to think of my creative process. The creation of an image unfolds in many different ways, so for me it is often difficult to explain it all afterwards. The creative flow of editing,…
Link: Mobile Photography & Art My Top Five Apps by Cathrine Halsør from Moss, Norway
We are looking for an experienced Android Developer to assist our team of talented engineers to design and build the next generation of our mobile applications. You will work closely with other app development and technical teams. You should be able to write clean code and ensure your applications run properly.
Link: Remote Android Developer at GigSmart
Earlier this week, Microsoft announced plans to launch a blockchain platform that will keep track of collecting and disbursing royalty payments for software developers, musicians, authors, and other creatives and copyright owners. The system will effectively cut out third-party, ‘middleman’…
Link: Microsoft and EY Create Blockchain-Based Royalty Payment Platform
Vicky Yang pays for her groceries, not with cash or card, but by using an app on her mobile phone. The 25-year-old international student simply scans the Sydney supermarket’s QR code with her smartphone, and in seconds the transaction is completed.”It’s very convenient … you don’t need to take…
Link: No wallet, no worries: Australian shops adopt Chinese payment apps
Cast your mind back to April 2010: Apple had just released the first iPad, thus firing the starting gun on the tablet revolution.If you had one of those early Apple or Android tablets, you’ll probably remember the utterly miserable experience of using apps. Most developers hadn’t…
Link: 8 Amazing Android TV Apps That You Didn’t Know Existed