The great leap given by Instagram in popularity is due to several reasons, such as the inclusion of Instagram Stories, constant updates, and for being a social network “cleaner” in content than Facebook itself. Today is the day for Instagram and the incorporation of nested comments.
It’s nothing new really, since this ability to group comments that respond to others is on Facebook, although having it on Instagram is updated with new design for mobile today.
So we can specifically address a specific response to follow the thread of a conversation that has gone elsewhere and has something to do with the main. Simply when we respond to another response [...]
Earlier this year, Saudi programmer Zain Alabdin Tawfiq came up with an idea for a work-based application that would serve businesses and companies to know their employees’ feedback honestly. Yes, honestly, because the key to the app would be that employees could send anonymous messages, and in that anonymity, they could be shielded to send an honest message. Said and done, in February 2017 was premiered on Android and iOS Sarahah, an app that this week is in the mouth of the entire network as the latest digital phenomenon.Sarahah, the controversial app ‘of honesty’
As usual in this sector, from time to time comes an application that devastates in a very [...]
After Facebook Messenger that will soon have a similar service, WhatsApp seems about to embark in turn in the transfers of money between friends embedded in conversations. The beta version 2.17.295 of the application for Android has indeed a feature called WhatsApp Payments, as reported by our colleagues of 9to5Google. This seems to be an extra effort of the firm to enrich its ultra-popular application all around the world.WhatsApp to launch money transfers with friends
WhatsApp Payment would allow as its name suggests to send money to a friend directly via the conversation. For now, only a dedicated screen with the mention “immediate bank-to-bank transfers with [...]
Although many call it the “Shazam of plants”, PlantNet is more like Wikipedia in its (Universal) vocation and in its approaches (scientific rigor, but collaborative). This is a free smartphone application that is available for iOS and Android devices.
Developed by a group of French botanical researchers, this app intends to get us out of doubt before those plants that we love and we do not know how to name. You make the photo, mark its category (fruit, flower, or plant) and the application returns the common name and the plant scientist or gives you similar results if it does not match 100% in any entry.
It also works the other way around: if you [...]