iOS 9.3 Beta Now Seeding via OTA

A few days after developers got their hands on it, Apple has released the first public beta version of the latest iOS 9.3 update.

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Beta testers who signed up to be a part of Apple’s beta program will receive the 9.3 update via OTA after having proper certifications on their respective iOS devices. If you wish to sign up for the beta testing program, you may visit Apple’s beta testing website.

The upcoming update to iOS will have the following new features:
– Multi-user more for iPads (For education only)
– Night Shift
– Password-locked Notes
– Improvements over News and Health apps
– Additional CarPlay functions
– Expanded 3D Touch quick actions
– Multiple Apple Watch pairing

To know more about the update and see it in action courtesy of MacRumors, click here.



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Instagram rolls out multiple account support on Android

Good news for Instagram users on Android as the photo-sharing community has began supporting simultaneous logged in accounts in a single app.


According to Android Police, the feature is available for users with version 7.12.0 of the the said application. You can either download the latest version from APK Mirror or through the official Play Store beta testing program if you are enrolled.

Once you already have the needed version, you can check out if you are one of the lucky users to have the option of logging in another account by heading to the settings and scrolling down to the bottom. Below the Clear Search History, you should see an Add Account option. Log in another account or create a new one, and a green toast notification should show if you are switching accounts.

The feature is said to be already available to select users for a while now. Unfortunately, we tried it on our Android devices but we are still not favored by Instagram to have such feature.


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Google Now for desktop Chrome in beta

Google Now, Google’s personal card-style assistant, is pushing its way into your desktops.

As of now, Google Now for desktop is accessible within Chrome Canary. That is a beta version of Chrome aimed for developers and to those who want to be early adopters of new features. It could be unstable but it is updated daily. It can run alongside with a stable version of Google Chrome.

If you want to try, you may download Chrome Canary for your Windows and Mac PCs. And then:
- Go to chrome://flags/#enable-google-now
- Switch from “Default” to “Enabled”
- Click “Relaunch Now” at the bottom of the page to restart the browser.

Google Now cards are displayed by the Chrome’s notification interface in the Windows system tray or the Mac menu bar with a bell icon. Make sure to sign in to your Chrome browser in order to use Google Now. Available cards include weather, sports scores, traffic details, and event reminders. If you use Google Now on a mobile device, these cards might be based on your mobile’s location. If you use multiple devices with Google Now, each device’s location must be managed independently.

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