And we're back with the recent updates of popular apps on the App Store! Let's take a look at them?
The most controversial messenger in the country continues to bring in resources so his supporters can disqualify WhatsApp on Twitter or at the even more properly owned bar table.
In version 5.11, Telegram gained the feature of scheduled messages, so you can choose when that important message arrives in your contact's Inbox. The feature also serves as a good reminder tool, as you can schedule messages for yourself; In all cases, when the message is sent, you will receive a notification notifying you.
The update also comes with a new feature that lets you save your custom messenger themes to the cloud. Just choose a highlight color, background and other options, and save the theme on the platform itself; You can share it with your friends with a link, and when you make changes to your creation, they will apply to all users who have it active.
On iOS, the new version of Telegram also features a menu review of message options, as well as allowing you to select only part of a message to copy. We also have new privacy options and more animated emojis. Finally, it is worth remembering that the Telegram update brings the correction of a bug that left the device deleted from conversations, as described in this post. TechCrunch.
The music platform, in turn, gained integration with the Snapchat which, despite having disappeared in Brazil, is still widely used in important markets, such as the United States. With the news, you can share music or podcasts with your friends on the ghostmind's social network, either directly or by Stories.
The fox browser, in turn, brought to iOS changes already applied in its desktop version. Beginning with Firefox 19.0, users will see a purple shield in the address bar whenever Enhanced Crawl Protection is enabled; Just tap the icon to see exactly what's being locked.
Microsoft To Do
The Microsoft Tasks app is gaining a new twist to make it even more similar to the Wunderlist app purchased by the Redmond giant a few years ago, used as a basis for the construction of To Do and now about to be discontinued.
In the new version of To Do, you can choose the background from your to-do list and even put back the iconic image of the Berlin TV Tower, so iconic in Wunderlist. The interface has also been redesigned, and apps for Windows, Android, and macOS have gained a Dark Mode itself, and the iOS app will win it as soon as iOS 13 becomes available.