Most of us social media junkies take to twitter at all hours of the day, tweeting out our musings to the masses. But how do you define “masses”? In other words, since you’re not Miley Cyrus, how many followers do you really have? Continue reading
Have you ever typed up a long post on Facebook and hit “Send”, only to realize you misspelled a word? Sometimes, you just let it go. Other times, that word can be crucial to the overall meaning of what you wrote. That one misspelled word can change a lighthearted post into an offensive post. In light of this, many are thrilled that Facebook is finally activating the “edit” function on Facebook posts (also known as statuses). Continue reading
Yesterday, Google released Google Translate version 2.0 for iOS, an app that can translate your handwriting. Test input, voice translations and handwritten text are now all included in the updated app. The app translates your handwritten characters into your native language by checking the Google Translate display at the top of your screen.
More than 70 languages are supported by the application with 49 of the different languages being supported by the handwriting feature of the application. The handwriting can even be read aloud to you in your desired language. 7 new languages including, Bosnian, Cebuano, Lao, Marathi, Hmong, Javanese and Khmer, are also now available for translation.
In the social landscape dominated by established giants like Twitter, Instagram, and Vine, a contender has been climbing up the ranks: Keek. No, that is not a typo.
Would a sophisticated, innovative chat system developed by Google lure you away from traditional text messaging or rival services such as Facebook Messenger? That’s what Google’s plan is with the unveiling of their newest project, Babble.