Falcon Pro 3 Updated With AMP Support, Improved Video Player, and Much More

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An update is rolling out to Falcon Pro 3, one that brings multi photo layouts, an improved video player, and oh so much more. To clarify, the big update is labeled as version 1.6, then an update quickly followed labeled as version 1.6.1 (small fixes). Other things listed for version 1.6 are improved in-app link previews thanks to support for Google’s AMP, expanded view via scrolling, and the replacement of favorites for “hearts and likes.” Below is the complete changelog for the update. What’s New Version 1.6.1: Improved Quote tweet ...

Google is Going to Show You Video Previews Now in Search Results

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I don’t know that video previews were something I was ever looking for when performing Google searches, but they are coming and they could be cool. Google announced this afternoon that alongside the short text snippets you see for results, you may also find GIF-style previews of videos that autoplay and show you a bit of the fun before you tap through. To see this in action, check out the animated GIF below. If you’ve used YouTube at all recently then you’ll know how this works. ...

Trello App Update Brings Support for Launcher Shortcuts and Android O’s Notification Channels

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Following the announcement of Android O’s official launch date this morning (August 21), Trello has updated its app to support Android O and a few of its features. As noted in the app’s changelog, users will now have access to Android O’s Notification Channels, which grants better control of notifications. The update also includes support for the various icon layouts users can select from in Android O. If you missed it, app icon masking is native to Android now, so if you set your device to have ...

Q&A, FAQ Section Rolling Out to Google Maps Listings

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There’s likely been a time when you’ve had a question concerning a place you were thinking about going to. For example, maybe you’re curious about outside seating at a local eatery or want to know about parking at a particular business. Well, Google Maps has a new feature this week, allowing you to ask these important questions with knowledgable users fielding them. The way it works is pretty simple. Simply find the place you have a question about inside of Google Maps, scroll down a bit until ...

Google Improves Collab Tools in Sheets, Slides, and Docs

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Google is rolling out many improvements for collaborative users of Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Moving forward, users should find it much easier to finish up documents and forms that require multiple people. Specifically for Docs, individual users inside of a collaboration can name versions of a document, preview “clean versions” of documents, and also accept or reject all edit suggestions at the same time in a document. What’s New in Google Docs Name versions of a Doc, Sheet or Slide Preview “clean versions” of Docs Accept or reject all ...

Instagram Comments Get Threaded for Easier Communication

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Moving forward, comments on Instagram will be placed in threads, making the whole commenting situation on the photo and video-sharing service so much more lovely. For example, if you’re commenting a friend on Kim K’s latest post, all of your comments will be threaded together, allowing for the full context of your conversation to be previewed. If you know how the current comment system is, which is where each comment is posted as a new comment to the bottom of the single thread, this new implementation ...

Google’s Camera App With Working HDR+ Gets Ported to Galaxy S8, Others

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The camera in the Google Pixel and Pixel XL is often referenced as being one of the best in all of smartphones. Part of that is because of the hardware that Google uses, but a good chunk of the excellence comes from the Google Camera app and its HDR+ capabilities. You see, a number of phones use the same camera module that the Pixel phones have (like the Blackberry KEYone), but it’s Google’s extra software butter than bring out the magic. Up until now, the Google ...

Google’s Gboard Now Lets You Voice Dictate in Emoji – “Fire Emoji” All Day

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Google’s Gboard is receiving an update today that brings voice typing to 30 languages from around the world. These 30 languages mean Gboard supports speech recognition in 119 language varieties, covering more than a billion people. On a related note, you can now voice dictate in emoji. Oh yeah. Google says that speech recognition supports ancient languages that date back to the 10th century and that they worked with native speakers to collect samples to help their learning models understand both sounds and words. This all, ...