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Google’s Reply app is shaping up to be the messaging assistant of my dreams

Last week, we heard that Google was working on Reply, an AI-powered app that lets you reply to texts from various messaging apps by tapping on contextually meaningful replies right in your notifications. I just sideloaded a beta version of it earlier today, and it already looks pretty promising as an assistant that helps you text faster. Show More Summary

WhatsApp payments arrive in India for beta testers

Mobile payments are one of the next frontiers in the messaging wars, and apps like Skype and iMessage already let users send money peer to peer using established payment systems like PayPal and Apple Pay. We earlier reported that WhatsApp...Show More Summary

iCloud Messages Returns to iOS in First Beta of iOS 11.3

Juli Clover, writing for MacRumors: As of iOS 11.3, Messages in iCloud is back and is available for “testing and evaluation purposes,” marking the official return of he feature. According to Apple’s release notes, once iOS 11.3 betaShow More Summary

013: iOS 11.3 beta, Messages in iCloud, AirPlay 2 | 9to5Mac Daily

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Today we’ve got details about iOS 11.3 including the first developer beta, new Animoji, Messages in iCloud, AirPlay 2 working on tvOS, and much more. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google...Show More Summary

Messages in iCloud returns in Apple's iOS 11.3 beta 1

First announced last June at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Messages in iCloud have not yet launched, but could be coming to this spring's iOS 11.3 update, based on the first developer beta issued.

Messages in iCloud is back in iOS 11.3 beta 1

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple announced in a press release earlier today several new features to come with iOS 11.3, including new Animoji and health records in the Health app. more…

News: Preview of iOS 11.3 reveals new Animoji avatars, ARKit improvements, battery monitoring and more

4 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple has released a preview of the new features in its iOS 11.3 software ahead of beta releases to developers and the public. The updated operating system’s Messages app will add new Animoji options — dragon, bear, lion and skull — as...Show More Summary

Google is Cleaning Up the Android Beta Program Page

If you cruise over to the Android Beta Program page today, you’ll more than likely have a message awaiting you that says “there are no eligible devices associated with this Google account.” That’s odd, right? You own a Pixel or Pixel...Show More Summary

Skype chat is back on beta

After much complaints, Skype messaging is once again available on the beta site. The feature was temporarily removed as part of the redesign of the site and was just returned a few days ago. Unfortunately not in the full,...Show More Summary

Report: WhatsApp is testing P2P payments in India, beta rolling out this quarter

Following murmurs from last April about WhatsApp gearing up to allow payments in India, FactorDaily reports that Facebook employees in the country are presently testing the new functionality in the messaging app, and that the company plans to begin testing it with about 1 percent of its user base there within the first quarter of this year. Show More Summary

Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta May Be Extended Due To Technical Issues

Over the weekend I was very excited to try out Dragon Ball FighterZ, but when I attempted to log on to the open beta I was met with a message telling me I didn’t have permission to access the game. Turns out I wasn’t the only one who...Show More Summary

Back again! Private Replies come back to WhatsApp Beta for Windows Phone

We reported last week that Private Replies had come exclusively to the WhatsApp for Windows Phone beta. The feature let users reply in private chat to messages in group chat and was earlier only available on WhatsApp Web and not the iOS or Android versions of the app. Show More Summary

Crunch Report | Look, ma! No hands

Today’s Stories  Apple Pay Cash launches in beta today, letting you send and receive cash in Messages Waymo now testing its self-driving cars on public roads with no one at the wheel Waymo’s first product will be its own on-demand ride hailing service These are Uber’s new ‘cultural norms’ Credits Written by: MRD Hosted by: MRD Filmed by: Joe Zolnoski… Read More

Apple's Venmo rival launches in beta

Apple launches a person-to-person payments service through the Messages app on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. But there's competition.        

Apple Pay Cash launches in beta today, letting you send and receive cash in Messages

Apple is soft-launching direct, person-to-person payments in an iMessage today with the Apple Pay Cash beta. The feature, which was announced earlier this year, allows you to send and receive cash inside the Messages app on iPhones.Show More Summary

WhatsApp Beta for Windows Phone updated with new Emojis

WhatsApp has updated its Beta app for  Windows Phone app to version 2.17.308.0. According to WABetaInfo the update brings along a slew of new emojis. WhatsApp also recently introduced the ability to delete messages from your phone, as...Show More Summary

WhatsApp Beta: A Taste Of Things To Come, For Better Or Worse!

The new features of WhatsApp Beta make it a smarter messaging platform than before. The new version is also lighter, taking up lesser space than before The post WhatsApp Beta: A Taste Of Things To Come, For Better Or Worse! first appeared on Mobile Apps: Android | iOS.

Facebook sneakily released a Slack competitor

Your prayers have been answered.  Facebook has finally released a beta version of Workplace Chat, a desktop messaging service for businesses. The new messaging service is essentially a competitor to Slack and is part of Facebook's Workplace for Desktop suite. SEE ALSO: Zuckerberg fires back at Trump over Facebook’s role in the U.S. Show More Summary

Sony introduces Team Tournaments in latest PS4 update

Today, Sony released a big software update for PS4 users. It includes quite a few new features, including broadcast updates, family accounts and updates to the Messages app. While many of these features were previewed in the beta release, we've got a run down for some of the newly announced features for you. Source: Sony (1), Sony (2)

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