A busy week!
Glass : the sharing application for photographers now has its version designed for iPad
Fantastical : version 3.6 of the app brings several new features, including a view by quarter, some new shortcuts and a new function for scheduling appointments by exchanging links
Apple Support : Apple’s app now shows estimated repair costs for an authorized repairer nearby
Snapchat : a new long-awaited function has appeared, allowing you to change your nickname. The modification is only feasible once a year, however.
Instagram : no longer need to send a private message to an account that we follow to like the Stories of the latter, which would no longer see its DM box filled with messages notifying likes
Facebook : the News Feed is renamed simply Feed. Also, Facebook News has arrived in France. This is a content curation service, supported by a team of journalists from Media Services, a subsidiary of AFP.
Concept : the note and project management application is available in French
BBEdit (macOS only) : the application is upgraded to version 14.1. and adds support for multiple notebooks and shortcuts
Google Maps : the application recently displays real-time traffic information on the map, using the youthful color and a label displayed next to the targeted address
Chrome OS Fle x: Google has launched a new version of its ChromeOS in early access, which can be installed on an old PC or an old Mac for example, and transform the machine into the equivalent of a Chromebook
Twitter : the social network is testing a new “Safety Mode” to protect against cyberbullying. At the same time, he also announced that he now accepts tips paid in Ethereum cryptocurrency. In addition, a new label “Good Bots” makes it possible to differentiate the “good” robots from the bad ones, in short, to recognize the automated Twitter accounts which offer relevant content. Finally, on iOS, it has recently been possible to put a private conversation in favorites to find it easily.
Google : more unlimited storage for schools and universities. They must now make do with 100 TB of storage to distribute to student and teacher spaces. Unlimited cloud storage offers are becoming increasingly rare
Shortwave : Google alumni offer their own mailing application, for an alternative experience to what the Mountain View giant and its Gmail offer
That’s it for this week, see you next week for a new app diary.
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