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Outlook for iOS hands-on and first impressions: Why it is one of the best email apps for your iPhone

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Outlook for iOS hands-on and first impressions: Why it is one of the best email apps for your iPhone

It’s been almost one year since Microsoft appointed Satya Nadella as its new CEO, and under his realm, the company has taken some of the most dramatic decisions in its decades-long existence. Whether it was laying off 18,000 employees or shutting Nokia’s Android project, Nadella has taken several bold steps. Nadella should also be credited for the company's decision to build products for other platforms. If that wasn’t absolutely clear by company’s move to make Office products for iPad, it also re-launched Outlook on iPhone and iPads. We spent some time with the app on our iPhone, and here are our first impressions. More →
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Microsoft rebrands Acompli as Outlook and launches it on iOS and Android

By on January 29, 2015 at 3:45 PM.

Microsoft rebrands Acompli as Outlook and launches it on iOS and Android

Microsoft today launched a full-fledged version of Outlook to iOS and Android. The company noted in a blogpost that it has utilized the features and technology of Acompli, an email app it acquired last year. The new Outlook app is free to download from Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. More →
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Twitter begins global roll-out of DM group chat feature and native video tool: Here’s how to use them

By on January 28, 2015 at 11:54 AM.

Twitter begins global roll-out of DM group chat feature and native video tool: Here’s how to use them

Twitter has just announced that it has begun the global roll out of two vital features to improve the Twitter experience further. Once the update hits your region, you will be able to group chat via direct messages privately. Additionally, you will also be able to capture video directly via the Twitter app, without relying on third-party apps or even Twitter's own Vine app. More →
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WhatsApp Plus confirms receiving cease and desist letter, ‘fun ride has come to an end’

By on January 22, 2015 at 1:38 PM.

WhatsApp Plus confirms receiving cease and desist letter, ‘fun ride has come to an end’

After the crackdown from WhatsApp banning all third party apps from using its services, the developer of WhatsApp Plus has announced that the app is shutting down. The news was broken by the Community owner of WhatsApp Plus Dr. Mounib Al Rifai on Google Plus, where he confirmed that the 'fun ride had come to an end'. More →
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How to Download Whatsapp on your PC/Desktop for Android/Apple users

By on January 22, 2015 at 9:42 AM.

How to Download Whatsapp on your PC/Desktop for Android/Apple users

 As we reported last night, WhatsApp has finally launched an opp that lets you use the IM service from your PC or Mac. As of now, it will only work on Google Chrome and is available to Android, Windows Phone, Nokia S60, BlackBerry and BB10 users. Apple iPhone users are out of luck though as it doesn't support the service due to iOS limitations. If you're wondering how to get started with 'WhatsApp Web', we run you through the simple steps that need to be followed. More →

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WhatsApp finally comes to your PC or Mac via Chrome browser client; doesn’t work for iPhone users

By on January 22, 2015 at 12:47 AM.

WhatsApp finally comes to your PC or Mac via Chrome browser client; doesn’t work for iPhone users

After months of denying any plans of launching a version for PCs, WhatsApp today announced a web client that will enable users to use the world's most popular mobile IM client on their PC and Macs. Screenshots of the app were leaked yesterday. More →
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