And we are again with the most important recent news from App store! Let's have a look at everything?
WhatsApp's business and enterprise platform, which came to iOS a few months ago, has gotten good news: now users can create product catalogs so your customers quickly get a showcase / menu of the things you sell.
The new feature is great for optimizing business time, as business account owners no longer need to send catalogs or menus to every customer they contact. Companies can send catalog items in conversations with customers as profiles, which is useful if the customer asks for suggestions or the like.
Users can browse the catalog of each business simply by accessing their information page, and account owners can easily manage catalogs through their own application including photos, name, price, purchase link or code for each product.
Please note that WhatsApp probes for the registration of some types of products, such as alcoholic beverages, cash (including cryptocurrencies), adult items, weapons, subscription services or illegal products / services. The feature is already available initially at Brazil and in some other countries: Germany, the United States, India, Indonesia, Mexico and the United Kingdom; soon it will be expanded to the whole world.
Oh, and before I forget, we have a complete guide to using WhatsApp Business here on the site, for who you want.
Meanwhile, the ubiquitous Google email client has gotten a really good news: now it's possible play audio attachments directly in messages as long as you are running iOS 13.
The popular password manager application for Mac has come to version 7.4 with several improvements. Chief among them is support for Voice Control macOS Catalina, which allows users with accessibility issues to fully manage the app with voice only.
In addition, the update brings full integration with Pocket Casts and enhancements to 1Password mini, which now sticks to the center of the screen or menu bar when repositioned near those locations. Other changes include duplicate passwords arranged in alphabetical order, support for Quick look 1Password mini documents and more.
DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials
Finally, the extension of DuckDuckGo is back in Safari it had been removed last year due to browser API restrictions, and has now been restored because changes in Safari 13 have allowed it to work again.
For those who do not know the extension, it is a utility that blocks scripts of website tracking. It automatically detects these trackers and informs how many and which are being restrained; You may, if you wish, allow the action of any (or some) of them, from specific websites. It is also possible to check a report of all trackers present on the site you are currently browsing and which ones are being blocked.
DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials can be downloaded for free from the Mac App Store.