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Google adds video calling through your Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps


As someone who uses an iPhone on a daily basis – no need for the torches and pitchforks – one of the things I appreciate is the ability to make video calls without leaving the Phone or Messages app. That is why I am happy to see Google integrate the same feature into the Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps.

Google accomplished this by incorporating its own Duo video calling service and the ViLTE standard, the latter of which is an extension of the existing VoLTE that focuses on increased video call quality over an LTE network. By default, video calls will be routed through ViLTE, but Duo is the fall-back if your carrier does not support the standard.

There are a few things to keep in mind, the first being that you and the person you’re calling must have Duo installed and activated if ViLTE isn’t used. Next up, you must also have the latest versions of the Phone, Contacts, Android Messages, and Duo apps installed.

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Google also mentioned that it will add the ability to upgrade a voice call to a video call later this year, a small, but appreciable, feature should you or the other person feel the need to have a video chat mid-conversation.

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Finally, integrated video calling is rolling out to first-generation Pixel, Nexus, and Android One devices, with the Pixel 2 phones also including the feature out of the box. Google said it is working with carriers and device manufacturers to have integrated video calling across a wider variety of devices.

With the feature, it is clear that Google really wants to push video calling further, but the company might also benefit from sorting out its wide assortment of messaging, calling, and video services as well.

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Instagram now plays all video audio once you turn sound on


When you open Instagram, the videos posted by those you follow play automatically, while you have to tap on each one to hear the sound. The company has now decided to change this with its latest update, as confirmed to TechCrunch.

When you now open the app on your device, videos will still play automatically with the audio being turned off. However, when you tap on the speaker icon to hear the sound, all the other videos in your feed will have the audio turned on for the rest of your session. So if you close the app and then open it again, the sound will be turned off.

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I have to say that I quite like what Instagram has done. Turning on the sound for each individual video can get annoying after a while, so the company’s implementation makes sense. It’s also a good thing that the audio is turned off by default, as you won’t be bothering those around you whenever you open Instagram.

In case you just want to listen to the audio of one video, you can turn it off after you’re done watching it with a simple tap in order to mute the sound of all the other videos in your feed. The implementation is rather simple but it does improve the experience and is quite useful. To try it out, simply update Instagram on your Android device and you’re good to go.

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Share people’s stories as Direct messages

This update added the option of sharing any Instagram story in Direct messages. There’s a direct icon in the bottom right corner of each story, which you can tap to select the people to whom you want to send it to. Of course, when the story disappears from the app, the recipient will no longer be able to view it.

In case you don’t want people to look at your stories and be able to share them, just head into the stories settings and disable the option. It’s also worth noting that if you have a private account, only your followers will get to view a story that’s been shared via Direct.

Instagram now lets you post multiple photos and videos as non-squares

August 29, 2017: With the latest Instagram update, users can choose landscape and portrait formats when sharing multiple photos and videos. As Instagram explains, the option to choose gives users more “creative flexibility” but unfortunately, “to keep the experience smooth and consistent… all photos and videos in your post must be shared in the same format.”

Instagram rolls out new ways to reply to posts with photos and videos

August 18, 2017: The Facebook-owned company has added new ways to reply to your friend’s posts for more personalized conversations. Users can now reply directly to shared posts, photos, and videos with their own photo or video. To make matters more interesting, these replies will also automatically include a sticker of the content you’re responding to

Instagram finally brings comment threads to its app

August 15, 2017: With Instagram version 24, the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app will now group conversations together, just like the way it works on Facebook. Your replies will automatically be grouped right underneath each thread, and when there are multiple replies, it will say how many there are instead of showing the full content, providing for a much cleaner look.

Instagram update lets you add a friend to your live stream

August 8, 2017: The latest update lets a small percentage of users add their friends to their live streams. A more widespread roll out will take place over the next few months according to the company.

Instagram lets you respond to Stories with photos and videos

July 6, 2017: As controversial as Instagram’s Stories may be, due to its blatant similarities to Snapchat Stories, Instagram continues to improve the feature by allowing you to reply to a friend’s Story with photos and videos of your own. When you open a Story, you now see a camera button on the left corner of the screen. When pressed, the button takes you to your camera screen with a thumbnail of the Story you are replying to. From here, you can take pictures, record videos, create Boomerangs, and resize the original Story’s thumbnail.

Instagram steps up its fight against scam and offensive comments

June 29, 2017: With the latest update, offensive comments on Instagram will be blocked by default. You can still report individual comments and profiles, of course, and if for whatever odd reason you want to disable this feature, you can do so in the app’s settings. The new update also addresses spam, another huge issue in the Instagram community. These filters will work in many different languages and will use machine learning to improve over time. The hope is that the automatic blocking will create a safer and a more inclusive space for all Instagram users.

Instagram lets you share replays of Instagram Stories live videos

June 20, 2017: The update adds a “Share” selection at the bottom of the screen after your live video has ended, so you can add the replay to Instagram Stories for 24 hours. Alternatively, you can delete the live video by tapping the toggle, and then choosing “Discard”. When you watch your own video replay back, you will see the number of users who watched it live, and afterwards via replay.

Instagram adds Archive feature

June 13, 2017: Instagram has rolled out its new Archive addition worldwide. It’s been designed to help users keep any posts they have shared in a space that’s only meant to be seen by that person. If you want to start archiving your shared posts, all you have to do is tap “…” at the top of the post you want to save and then and choose “Archive.” Users will be able to see that saved post when they tap on the Archive icon, which is located in the top right corner of the Instagram profile. You will also be able to see any previous likes and comments on that post.

Instagram Direct adds support for links, along with landscape and portrait orentation

May 25, 2017: The Instagram Direct feature now allows users to share images in both landscape and portrait orientation along with the ability to share links.

Instagram Stories can now be searched by location, hashtag search coming soon

May 23, 2017: Instagram is adding yet another way to search for content on the social network. The latest update to the app allows users to search inside Instagram Stories via location, and soon will also add searching in Stories via hashtags.

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May 17, 2017: Instagram has added another Snapchat-like feature, as users can now put in a number of animated images over their photos and videos. In addition, users can now put videos in reverse. There’s also a new eraser brush in the drawing tools.

Web uploads

May 8, 2017: Instagram has beefed up its mobile website with the ability to upload photos, and a lightweight version of the Explore tab. Previously, users were only able to like posts, follow users, search, and see notifications from the mobile site. Now users can not only upload media to the social network, they can also access a stripped down version of the Explore tab.

Instagram says the web experience is optimized for phones, and designed to help users on slower data connections access the social network. Think of this as a “lite” version of Instagram. Video uploading via the mobile web still isn’t supported, however, nor is posting photos or videos from the desktop site.

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(Update: available now for some users) Video calling app Duo is finally arriving on Android and iOS


Update, 08:50 AM ET: Duo is now available for some users in the Play Store. Click on the download button bellow to check the availability on your device.

Original post, 2:53 AM ET: One half of the dynamic, um, duo of chat apps that Google introduced at I/O is finally here. Almost.

In a blog post, Google announced that one-to-one video calling app Duo would become available on Android and iOS starting today. The post was published late in the evening (Pacific time), so the app should be rolling out right now.

Currently the Play Store Google Duo listing only gives us the option to pre-register for the app. It’s very likely that Google is rolling Duo out gradually, to avoid virtual traffic jams and iron out any unexpected issues that can arise with a brand new service.

Google highlighted the simplicity of Duo, an app that lacks the bells and whistles of Skype or even Google’s own Hangouts. “Duo takes the complexity out of video calling, so that you can be together in the moment wherever you are,” said the company.

It sounds like Google wants to remove any friction that could potentially prevent users from using video calling – the Mountain View company cited research stating that half of all users never make a video call.

To be as accessible as possible, Duo doesn’t need a separate account. You can start using it with just your phone number, just like WhatsApp.

Simple as it may be, Duo is not completely barebones. One of its coolest features is Knock Knock, which basically lets you see the person who’s calling before picking up. You also get end-to-end encryption, which aligns Google with Facebook and Apple when it comes to protecting user privacy.

Very importantly, Duo works on Android and iOS, which will put it on collision course with Apple’s very popular FaceTime.

We’ll keep an eye on the Google Duo Play Store page and update you as soon as the app becomes available.

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No word yet on Allo, the text chat app that Google introduced alongside Duo. It can’t be too far behind though.

Anyone here who’s got Duo yet? Let us know!

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HTC 10 confirmed for BoomSound? [UPDATE: video]


Leaked images of the HTC 10

Leaked images of the HTC 10

Update: HTC is back at it with the HTC 10 hype, this time telling showing us a bit more than an image and words. The Taiwanese manufacturer has uploaded a video that hypes the upcoming phone’s BoomSound audio. Let’s check it out.

Original post: So a few years back, the HTC One M7 launched with dual front-facing speakers that nobody had ever put on a smartphone before. They called it “BoomSound,” and users loved the hell out of it. However, recent smartphones created by HTC have kind of left the dual speakers behind, and the terminology “BoomSound” mostly refers to software audio enhancements instead of the twin speakers. So while it’s true the weight behind BoomSound has been diluted somewhat, a new tweet by the company has revealed that the HTC 10 will have it. Whatever it is.

The image that HTC posted seems to indicate that the device will in fact have dual speakers, however. Fans are speculating that the top line of staggered audio elements represents one speaker while the row of five larger, elongated ovals in the bottom represent another set of speakers. Will the HTC 10 crank it to 11? This has yet to be determined, but we can all hope.

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The HTC 10 marketing team has been making a lot of claims about their upcoming device. The most wave-making of these is the attestation that the smartphone will have a “World First, World Class” camera on both the front and back of the device. These are high claims to make, especially considering the Samsung Galaxy S7 is already being praised for it’s incredible camera quality. Will HTC’s next device make for worthy competition? We can’t wait to find out.

What are your thoughts regarding the HTC 10? Does the BoomSound feature still hold water for you, or are you more interested in other functionalities? Let us know your take in the comments below!

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YouTube Connect rumor: live video for all


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YouTube offers live video through Creator Studio, but it is a limited service very few have access to. Not to mention it is a project that hasn’t quite taken off; it is nowhere close to competitors like Periscope, Facebook Live or Meerkat. It’s time for Google to up its game and the latest rumors suggest they have already started working on a true competitor.

A new report from VentureBeat cites “a source close to the matter”, who states the Search Giant is working on a new live streaming app called YouTube Connect.

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According to this insider, YouTube Connect will have much of the functionality we find in services like Periscope and Facebook Live. The murmurs say anyone will be able to simply log into the app using a Google or YouTube account, then simply start streaming away using a smartphone.

There is said to be a feed featuring videos from friends and YouTube subscriptions. In addition, it will incorporate tagging and chatting.

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And it seems this is truly for everyone. Users will be able to view from the app (which will come to both Android and iOS), as well as the web. Furthermore, there is rumored to be an option to save broadcasts, allowing your followers to view the clips after the fact.

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In all honesty, it is hard to comprehend why YouTube didn’t jump on live video in a grand scale before. This site is, after all, the king of video streaming. The live aspect is only a natural progression, as was 360-degree compatibility.

There are no rumors on a specific launch window, but keep in mind Google IO is coming in May. Seems like a good time for a launch, right?

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Check out the Galaxy S7 filming 240fps slow motion video


One of the new features packed into Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S7 is a new rear camera unit and it seems that the new sensor also works pretty well for slow motion video capture, as the video above from EuroTech attests to. The five minute video was captured at 720p and 240fps, which has been slowed down to a more standard frame rate to create a slow motion effect.

 

Impressively, the video was captured without the use of a tripod and still manages to look very steady. The Galaxy S7 camera’s optical image stabilization certainly looks like it works pretty well. Colors pop nicely, the image brightness holds up well and everything appears nice and crisp, which isn’t always the case when capturing video at very fast frame rates.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is capable of recording video at various quality levels and frame rates. 4K UHD capture is possible at 30fps, 1080p at up to 60fps, and there is a 720p optios which can be toggled to 240fps for smooth slow motion playback. All of these options are complete with HDR contrast enhancements too.

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It would certainly be interesting to see what could be accomplished using Samsung’s Lens Cover attachments too. What do you think about the video quality?

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New LG G4 teaser video shows off the device’s leather back


LG has just sent out a new 15-second teaser video, highlighting the upcoming G4’s leather backing. We’ve already gotten word from the company that the device will have a vegetable-tanned leather back, but it’s nice to see the device in action before its launch on the 28th.

LG hasn’t exactly kept quite about the G4’s specifications over the past few weeks. We know that the device will feature a 16MP rear-facing camera with an f/1.8 aperture, a big 5.5-inch QHD display, and will come with LG’s updated UX 4.0 software overlay. If you’re interested in learning more, a number of additional rumors and specifications can be found in our official LG G4 rumor roundup.

Are you excited for the G4’s leather back? Or would you rather have the device made of something else?

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Catch Samsung’s Galaxy S6 presentation in this 60 second video


Did you get the chance to watch Samsung’s full presentation at MWC yesterday? No? Strapped for time to see it all now? No problem, funnily enough, Samsung was able to condense it down to 60 glorious seconds of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge announcements.

As you may already know, Samsung’s Unpacked 2015 event at MWC offered onlookers little more than the announcements of the latest flagship offerings in the Galaxy S line. Obviously, the full minute of video above will give you the overview, from there, you best just check out our other coverage of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

What do you guys think of the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge?

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LG Watch Urbane is looking sexy in this new product video


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LG took to heart the criticism that its first round smartwatch, the G Watch R, was too aggressive and masculine. That’s how the Watch Urbane was born, a device that drops the “G” from the name and the etched ring from around the screen, making for a more elegant and understated design.

We were already positively hyped about the Watch Urbane (which we expect to see in person next week at MWC), but now LG is giving us a better look at the device in this one minute promo video. There’s nothing new in the clip, but if you love watches and/or technology, it’s definitely worth a minute of your life.

So, what makes you tick? The sportsy G Watch or the lustrous Watch Urbane?

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