WhatsApp to add option to share any type of file in future update

June 22, 2017

WhatsApp is testing many new features and improvements, but some of them never go public for reasons unknown. The latest feature that the company is now experimenting with will allow WhatsApp users to share any type of file using the Android, iOS and desktop version of the app.

For the time being, WhatsApp does not support the share of all file types, so you’re forced to use third-party apps in some cases. The good news is the situation might change in the not so distant future.

Apparently, the developer is already pushing the new feature to a limited number …

Crunch Report | Apple Rolls Out Early Version Of Its Safe Driving Feature

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Join the discussion: Will we ever be able to change the ‘theme’ in iOS 11?

June 21, 2017
Are you someone who’s itching for a change in your iPhone’s look when it comes to iOS 11? We’re chatting in the forums to see what people want with the latest update!

With the announcement of iOS 11 at WWDC 2017, lots of people were holding their breath for new features (coughDARKMODEcough) and updates.

One thing some people were wondering revolved around the possible changes coming to the iOS interface – specifically, if users will be able to change their iPhone’s “theme” similar to an Android device.


06-17-2017 04:45 PM

I am so bored with iOS UI and can’t change the theme like android

Some people say that they doubt Apple would ever introduce something like that…


06-17-2017 04:48 PM

Yes, it’s still not possible to make your own themes. I doubt if Apple will ever i…

How to find a missing Apple Watch with the Find My iPhone app

June 21, 2017
Has your Apple Watch ventured off somewhere? If it’s still online, you can use the Find My iPhone app to track it down.

The Apple Watch has long had a “Find My iPhone” button for quickly summoning a wayward smartphone, but what happens when the watch itself goes missing? Whether you’ve accidentally buried it under a clothing pile or it’s gone off on a Pokémon Go walkabout, here’s the best way to quickly find it.

How to find a missing Apple Watch

Note: To find your Apple Watch, you’ll need iOS 10.3 or later and the Find My iPhone app, and your Apple Watch will need to be powered on.

Open (or download, if you don’t yet have it) Find My iPhone.
Sign in with your iCloud account.
Tap on the entry for your Apple Watch.
Select Actions. If your Apple Watch is powered on, you can track it on a map as well as mark it lost, erase it, or play a sound.

If you’ve determined that your Apple Watch is within your general vicinity, press Play Sound. Your Apple Watch will begin making a re…

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