Some Samsung brand mobile phones, such as S8 and S9, contain the factory-installed Facebook application.
WhatsApp launched in January 2018, just now a year ago, WhatsApp Business, the instant messaging app designed for small businesses.
Tik Tok, one of the last booms in Social Media and one of the most downloaded mobile applications in the second half of last year, has not only one, but two “Lite” applications.
Today, Sunday, January 6, in addition to opening the gifts brought to us by the Magic Kings, it is also the best day of the year to meet people on the Internet.
It is common for numerous applications to request your location but, have you asked yourself why?
Few are the users of mobile phones that continue to use Nokia devices with Symbian S40 operating system (own software developed by the Finnish company and that could do nothing with the rise of Android and iOS) but as of today they have one more reason to change their smartphone.
Boomoji, the Chinese application for creating avatars in 3D and animated GIF files for use in augmented reality or mini movies, has suffered a security breach that has exposed the personal data of more than five million users.
Google has launched a new functionality to its Marketplace of applications for Android and from now on donations can be made to non-profit organizations through the Google Play Store.
Installing an application on your mobile phone is not always an action that you want to do.
Facebook has announced a series of new features for its “small size” application Messenger Lite, the app that condenses some of the Messenger tools but that occupies less memory on the device.
A section in the Facebook community policies stipulated, until today, that the apps that were added to the platform could not copy functions that were already on Facebook natively.
Like Google with its catalog available in Google Play Store, Apple has published the most successful applications of the year.