The new kid on the block isn't “just another music streaming service”, as it’s the only one of its kind that’s designed entirely around the concept of music playlists. A very different approach indeed, but does it work? You can read our impressions of the app, here.
Family gatherings can be stressful at times, so distract yourself this Chinese New Year by indulging in these 18 offline mobile games. Click here to see our recommendations!
Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, during a recent town hall for Apple employees, reportedly hinted that more Apple apps and services could eventually arrive on Google's OS.
Don’t be too disappointed if you’re not one of the lucky ones, as you can probably expect the feature to be rolled out globally to all Instagram users (on both iOS and Android) very soon.
Want access to all the movies, but not willing to pay a subscription fee to the likes of Hulu or Netflix? Well, you should know that Popcorn Time has returned to the Internet, and have re-branded themselves as Popcorn Time Online.
SwiftKey, a highly popular software keyboard used on some 300 million Android and iOS devices, is now a part of Microsoft, as the latter confirmed.
Uber is ushering in the new year by announcing a rebranding effort, which includes a new logo, typeface, and redesigned website.
Though more commonly associated with selfies and inspirational quotes, Instagram is now exploring short films with Shield 5, a 28-part thriller played out in 15-second-long episodes. Watch episode one inside.
Always looking to be at the forefront of the latest video technology, YouTube looks to once again stay ahead of the curve with the ability to stream live 360-degree video feed.
To celebrate this year's Chinese New Year, LINE is letting you download a limited edition animated set of stickers. More details in the link.