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Download Android Q wallpapers for all devices

Google is currently testing Android Q as a public beta and it is expected to release as a final version in Q3 2019. Android Q will ship with new features like a dark mode, improved privacy controls, faster security updates for all devices, better parental controls and live captions on selected devices. As expected, Google has also included some new wallpapers in Android Q, which …

WhatsApp finally adds option to let you block group invites

WhatsApp has added a new privacy option to its app that lets users block group invitations from select users. Users can chose to either completely disable group invites or chose who can send them one. Group invites have been an annoying part of WhatsApp where users are added without their permissions, specifically for spamming purposes. This feature intends to provide a solution for this annoyance.

Gmail gets new Scheduling and Smart Compose updates on its 15th birthday

On its 15th birthday, Gmail received a bunch of updates for its scheduling and smart compose features. Dynamic email support is also being rolled out for desktop browsers, which will allow users to perform actions right from within Gmail, instead of switching tabs. Scheduling and smart compose are rolling out for both desktop browsers and Android devices, while iOS devices will get the updates soon.

Use iMessage on Android with AirMessage

Although iMessage is not available for Android phones and tablets, it hasn’t stopped developers from coming up with workarounds. A new app called AirMessage allows users to use their Mac as a server to use iMessages on Android. The best thing about this workaround is that users don’t have to login to any third-party service and the connection is directly established between their Mac and …

Chrome 73 gets dark mode, PWA apps and hardware media keys support

Google has released Chrome 73 for Mac and Windows. The biggest feature in this update is the dark mode, which was available in beta builds since some time. Chrome 73 also includes a number of other new features which include support for Progressive Web Apps (PWA) support, hardware media keys, auto picture-in-picture, enhanced spell check, updates to Sync, and a bunch of new developer focused …