Instagram Finally Lets You Zoom in on Photos and Videos

Instagram Finally Lets You Zoom in on Photos and Videos

  There have been a lot of requests to add a much-wanted zoom feature to the Instagram app. The ability to zoom in to a photo or a video on Instagram was highly talked-about but users could not do so. Until Wednesday that is – Instagram added a feature that lets you pinch in to zoom on the photos or videos you see in the app. Instagram in a post on Wednesday said,”Starting today, you can pinch to zoom on photos and videos in feed, on profiles and on Explore….

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Chrome 53 for PCs Released; Finally Brings Material Design to Windows

Chrome 53 for PCs Released; Finally Brings Material Design to Windows

  The Chrome team has announced quite a few things recently. From natively building Google Cast into Chrome, to phasing out Chrome apps – its been a busy couple of weeks. Now, Chrome browser version 53 has graduated to the stable channel, and the update is already rolling out to Windows, Mac, and Linux users. The company has announced that the rollout will happen over the coming weeks. Chrome 53 brings the usual bugs and security fixes, but it also introduces Material Design for Windows users. The first to receive…

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Apple Could Soon Finally Allow iPhone, iPad Users to Hide Stock Apps

Apple Could Soon Finally Allow iPhone, iPad Users to Hide Stock Apps

Most iPhone and iPad users, if not all, have a folder on their home screen that reads something like this: “Apple apps,” “junk,” or “useless.” This folder usually contains Apple-made stock apps such as Compass, Calculator, Stocks, Find my iPhone, Voice Memos, Apple Watch, and Weather. For years,Apple has been criticised for not giving users the ability to remove or hide these stock apps, and it appears, the company plans to give its customers some flexibility with the next version of iOS. Folks at AppAdvice looked into the metadata of…

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