Android 7 is finally here!
We at NOS Apps are working hard to ensure all our apps will be compatible with the latest operating system from Android.
Nougat has been released for users of Google Nexus devices, and in the next few months it will start to become available for users of other smart phone brands.
WhatsApp announced, in a blog post from yesterday entitled “Looking ahead for WhatsApp”, that the messaging application would start sharing phone numbers and names with Facebook. The reason stated for handing over this data to its parent company was “to communicate with businesses that matter to you too”. So Facebook will know about communications WhatsApp users make with airlines, delivery services and even the bank.
The BotherMe&U Reminder Messenger App is two apps in one. It functions both as a reminder app and an encrypted messenger app. This means you can set yourself tasks and reminders, using the timer function to alert you at a specific time, you can also send the same reminders to your friends using the messenger.
There are millions upon millions of apps in the digital world these days, that can allow you to do almost anything on your phone, from finding someone to cuddle and finding out the optimal time to run to the toilet during a film at the cinema to games your cat can play and documenting places you’ve been to the bathroom. Lovely.
It has been reported that the European Commission will introduce a draft law on security and privacy rules in the coming months. This will aim to ensure that voice calls and instant messaging via the internet will be protected in the same way SMS text messages, landline call and mobile calls are in the EU.
1961- Compatible Time-Sharing System created at the Computation Center of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1965- MIT and New England colleges had hundreds of registered users of the CTSS
1980s- Zephyr Notification Service, also created by MIT through Project Athena, which aimed to produce a computing environment for educational use for the whole campus
1982- Commodore 64 PC released by Commodore International, with Internet Service where users could pay a fee to send messages to others via modem
The Olympic Games are getting well under way this week, with medals being awarded left, right and centre for a range of sports. The 2012 London Olympics was the most watched television event in history and Rio 2016 is expected to top that record. We, as spectators, all have our favourite sports to watch and even though most of us will only be tuning in via our televisions or online, we will still get to feel the excitement and thrill of the Summer Games.
Selfie has become a normalized word. In 2012, it was noted by Time magazine as one of the top ten buzzwords of the year. Since then the selfie trend has grown ever more popular.
Our SelfieCheckr Messenger app has a unique selfie function. You friends cannot see your selfie until they have taken a selfie, and after they have seen your selfie the app will take another picture, creating a before and after shot. This is great for checking out your friends’ reactions.