Alfred needs a few improvements but being able to log faults quickly might make this a welcome solution for Eskom customers.
Monster Slayer had some niggles at launch but still has a 4.5 rating out of 5 with almost 10K reviews on the Google Play Store.
The flood gates are now open and anybody can host a chat on Clubhouse.
“We think the time is right to learn more about how our members value games,” Netflix said in an investors call this week.
Twitter has decided to improve Tweetdeck by ripping apart the app and making it more like Twitter. Users aren’t pleased.
Facebook and Joe Biden butted heads at the weekend and Facebook is none to pleased with the President’s comments.
Android users still don’t have access to voice tweets though.
Added in November 2020, Fleets are going away in August 2021.
Now Twitter users have the ability to change who can reply to their tweets, even after they’ve been posted.
The Shorts beta should be available to all South Africans by Wednesday.
Spider-Man Noir and heroes from Secret Wars are given the spotlight in a behind the scenes video.
TED will host exclusive conversations through Clubhouse where it can draw advertising and sponsorships without having to share its takings with the app.
The forthcoming update will allow WhatsApp users to specify file compression when sharing media – Auto, Best Quality or Data Saver.
TikTok Resumes is currently in a pilot phase with availability limited to the US.
In a big to attract more content creators to its platform, TikTok is testing out Shoutouts as an additional revenue generator.
My Friend Pedro: Ripe for Revenge launches on 5th August.
Slack’s latest feature is a Discord-like drop in audio chat.
Delivery drivers can institute a Countdown Timer if the customer is nowhere to be seen.