Instagram is testing a separate messaging app to send direct message

Instagram is testing a separate messaging app to send direct message

If you are sending the messages to your friends on the regular bases on Instagram then a good news is here for you, Instagram is about to launch a separate messaging app called “Direct” which allow users to send messages directly to other users.

The app will be similar to Snapchat messaging app by which you can share photos and videos directly with your friends. The motive of this separate app is to discard the traditional messaging feature from the Instagram app. After installing the Direct app the inbox feature will vanish from the Instagram app and can be accessed through the only Direct app.


“If we want to serve the feature at its best version then we have to launch a separate app for that particular feature,” said, CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

For now, the app is available in the six countries Isreal, Chile, Itlay, Portugal, Uruguay, and Turkey. Soon app will roll out in more countries.

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Samsung patents under-screen fingerprint sensor and expected to arrives in Galaxy S9

Earlier in April 2017, Samsung applied for under-screen fingerprint sensor and now the patent is granted with WIPO(World Intellectual Property Organisation). One of the Korean Based company was working on a fingerprint sensor that could fit under the display of a smartphone, but due to technical drawbacks project didn’t get finished.

Now Samsung has come up with an idea of the under-screen fingerprint sensor and it is expected to arrive in Samsung Galaxy S9 model. The patent describes the device will have finger pressure point on the whole display to allow the security of apps, contacts, images.

The patent has information that when the owner touches the Gallary icon then it will show all the photos present on the device, on the other hand, if the other user touches the same icon it will show selected photos only.

It is not confirmed which Samsung device will have this cool feature, it is expected it could Galaxy S9. But yes it is a unique idea to reduce the bezel size more.

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Youtube Go is out of beta version, available in India and Indonesia for now

Youtube Go is a lightweight app which allows you to download video offline to watch later during the absence of mobile data or WiFi internet. Back in April Google has added this feature to Youtube Go beta version to make the use of Youtube in more freedom.

Source Google Play

Source Google Play

Youtube Go is a lightweight version of Youtube app now available in the stable version, India, and Indonesia for now.
This tiny version of Youtube App allows users to watch and download videos in a better way even in slow internet connection.

Earlier Youtube Go beta supports only two resolutions of 144p and 360p, but now stable version of the app supports 480p resolution also. The app is under development and available in the unreleased version of Google Play in both countries.  It is expected the Youtube Go app will roll out soon in others countries.


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Google is collecting Android users location data even when location services are turned off on Android devices

According to a report, Android smartphones are collecting users locations data and able to send it to Google even when your device location services are turned off. When devices just got simply connected to internet and Android smartphones are also able to do this while you haven’t inserted any sim card or didn’t use any app based on location services,

A Quartz investigation report has been disclosed this information. Google confirmed this investigation and said it was the end of this execution this month.

Since the beginning of this year, Android running devices are gathering location information of users from the nearby cellular towers and sending that data to Google while they are connected to the internet.  This practice even works after customers factory reset their devices. This is against the privacy of the users and puts the user information on risk.

According to Google, this location tracking data collecting feature will be rolling out on all the android devices by end of this month.


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Automatic reply on Whatsapp

Automatic reply on Whatsapp

You often see automatic replies in Gmail, Outlook or to SMS. Sometimes it is not possible to reply your WhatsApp messages while you are busy with your work or you are stuck in other situations. But thankfully there is a way to send an auto reply to your Whatsapp messages and let them know you are busy. How to do that? let’s get into it.

How to send automatic reply in Whatsapp in Android

Can’t Talk 

Can’t Talk an app which allows you to send auto replies to your Whatsapp messages without any root permissions. In this, you need to set a custom message that you want to send automatically.

Download Can’t Talk and open it

You will see a custom message window then type your message that you want to send.

Custom message in Can't Talk

Custom message in Can’t Talk

After you done tap on save and then turn the Apps button on.

Here you will see the list of apps installed on your device select Whatsapp and you all set

Now the app will do the rest of the job for you.

Toggle the Apps button on

Toggle the Apps button on

It has another feature also automatic reply to Calls, SMS. This app is in beta version and we have tried this app works pretty well, Give it a shot and Enjoy.



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