Microsoft’s Lumia phones may not be the success that Windows fans hoped, but Redmond isn’t done with smartphones just yet. The company has started to develop a ton of apps and services for its former rival platforms, including today’s new app: Microsoft Pix.
You’ve probably seen a slew of photos like this in your Instagram, Facebook or Twitter feeds lately. They’re courtesy of an AI-driven photo filter app called Prisma, which has become super popular over the past couple weeks. In fact, since the app was released five weeks ago, it’s been downloaded 7.5 million times — and that’s only on iPhone. Now, it’s finally available on Android, with the developers opening up the beta app to testers earlier today.
Not every app on the marketplace is fun and games. The concept A scream is a universally recognised primal sound that humans make when in distress to call for help. One Scream is a mobile app that recognises genuine panic screams and immediately dials 999 (or region equivalent). The app then provides your location and personal […]
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Last week we revealed renders of new iPhone 7 cases from accessory brand Olixar, which confirmed differences in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models including dual rear-facing cameras and a smart connector on the Plus variant. Today, we’ve actually received some iPhone 7 cases at Mobile Fun HQ! Let’s take a look.