- Rockstar Makes Changes to GTA 5's Fraud Protection Mechanism Rockstar Games, the developer, and publisher of the popular Grand Theft Auto series has made a number of changes to the game's anti-cheat engine in an effort to combat cheating.
The change, which was discovered by a user on the GTA 5 subreddit, means that the game will now automatically delete any mods or custom content that is installed on a player's computer.
This is a strange move by Rockstar, as the company has always been relatively tolerant of mods and custom content in its games. In fact, many of the most popular mods for GTA 5 are created by Rockstar themselves,... Continue reading
- Now Gmail Can Track Your Packages One of the most useful updates to Gmail ahead of the holiday season is here. Now the email service has learned to track parcels’ delivery, analyzing incoming letters. Important messages are marked accordingly.
Many have already started preparing for the Christmas season, including Google. It has updated its email service so that you do not miss the delivery of ordered goods. The algorithms parse emails that enter the “Inbox” folder and add a label with delivery information to those messages that come from courier companies. The information on this label is updated as shipping progresses. Now you do not need to... Continue reading
- Patreon Video Early Access Available Now Patreon allows creators to upload videos directly to its platform without the use of integrations with other services and links. It will allow creative people to make engaging content that will help them turn viewers into patrons (paid subscribers) easier.
Creators use Patreon to provide their target audience with unique materials that are not freely available. The past experience of posting video content through links to YouTube or Vimeo was not the most reliable and convenient since there was a possibility of leaks. Patreon now gives users the opportunity to directly post their content to improve control over videos and make... Continue reading
- Editing Tweets Already Available in Three Countries The social network Twitter has launched the first phase of testing a new feature. Now users of Twitter Blue accounts in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand can edit their tweets. Soon, the residents of the United States will also be able to use this function.
Twitter users have been asking for this update for many years, but the company always responded with a refusal. They explained that users often retweet or add screenshots from Twitter in various articles. If they allow users to edit the text, once it is corrected, the meaning of the original tweet can be significantly distorted. That... Continue reading
- Meta Adds New Tools for Business Accounts on Facebook and Instagram Meta releases valuable updates for content creators to help them build their audience. The company recently announced another new feature.
This update is not for personal accounts but business or author pages. For example, creators can support each other by recommending a person's page. Then they can invite each other's followers to subscribe to their pages.
There are also new templates for creating posts and stories on the Facebook platform. An author can make a post using a template that automatically pulls in the names of their most loyal fans. That is a great way to thank your audience for their support... Continue reading
- WhatsApp Will Introduce In-App Surveys and Messaging from Linked Devices WhatsApp is allegedly developing a new in-app survey function to find out what users of the app think about the services. In addition to the survey, the developers of WhatsApp also work on preparing the testing of the feature that will allow users to send texts to themselves from linked devices.
The survey feature is made to give an understanding to developers of what features of the app users like and what needs to be changed. The survey will be shown to users in the form of a secure chat where they will be asked for their feedback. While some users... Continue reading
- Premium Subscribers Testing a New YouTube Feature YouTube never ceases to delight its users with interesting updates. Premium subscribers can be the first to test the updates on YouTube. A new feature has recently become available for them.
It was learned that YouTube is beginning to test a new option that zooms in and out a specific fragment of the video.
This update can be useful for those who, for example, make parses of the video, and there is a need to consider the fine details.
To see how it works, you need to log in to your account and select "Premium Subscription Benefits". In this section, premium account owners... Continue reading
- More Features for Twitter Blue Users Subscribers of Twitter Blue receive more options in the social network. They can now customize the navigation bar they see, as well as remove the Spaces button. The bar can not reveal up to 5 tabs on it.
If you are one of the Twitter Blue users, you can modify your bar with more or fewer tabs you need. It is available for all Android phones as well. For a long time, this feature was available only to iOS owners. Many users have finally received the ability to remove the Space tab from the central part of the app. Now you... Continue reading
- Put Nintendo Games Into Order You can easily organize all your Nintendo games into different groups. It will ease your daily search for everything you want to play. Although the creative mess may be your favorite view in the profile, sometimes you don’t have much time to waste searching for the game you want to play. There is a helpful tool that is called Nintendo Switch Groups, and you probably have seen it already. Here you will learn the easiest way to enter the Groups and create folders for games.
Is It Possible to Create the Folders Via Nintendo?
It is totally possible to put all your... Continue reading
- YouTube Connects Your Mobile and TV Viewing Experience YouTube is doing its best to stay popular on the market, which is not usually simple with the platforms like TikTok and Instagram around. Yet, it looks like now the company achieved positive results in the field still untouched by rivalry. It is going to connect the mobile app experience with TV viewing.
Many social networks have already tried to find a perfect solution for how to improve the second screen experience. Yet, when it comes to TV screens and mobile platforms the problem is still there. Even Twitter created its plan to integrate the tweets into the TV screen. Users... Continue reading
- Top-6 Netflix Alternatives If you are tired of Netflix, you can switch to something new. Although Netflix is a great service we all appreciate, sometimes you can’t just find there what you are looking for. There are numerous streaming services on the market that may offer you wider opportunities.
6 Alternatives of Netflix
While Netflix is the biggest platform for movies and TV shows around the world, it is not the only one. There are numerous cheaper options you can watch on smart TV, phone, or tablet. Some of them are even totally free. Check them out before you decide which alternative you like the... Continue reading
- Google to Discontinue YouTube Go According to an official post on Google’s website, the company has decided to discontinue YouTube Go in August 2022. Initially launched in 2016, the application won’t be covered by Google support from that time. If you have been relying on it, the remaining options are using your Web browser for direct access to the platform’s website or using the generic app. Previously, users who had unstable or limited internet connections as well as those with low-end devices would opt for YouTube Go to enjoy their favorite content without compromising performance too much.
This came at the cost of somewhat reduced functionality.... Continue reading