Apps Updates/Software

Facebook Messenger v9 update – like and comment straight from Android Wear!

Facebook Messenger is now updated for compatibility with Wear devices! The social media platform doesn’t usually adapt itself rapidly to new Android features, but this time it seems to have sniffed the success that Android Wear has and the commotion it has created on the market. Facebook Messenger v9 update includes some new feature destined to people who love and use Google-y watches.

Now things just got even easier as you won’t just get the message on your Wear device, but you can also send Likes or reply by voice or mute certain notifications straight from the smartwatch. The app now has new like and mute buttons as well. 

Photo source: AndroidPolice

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Apps Updates/Software

Facebook messenger update – new features and funny stickers to use online

Facebook messenger was updated to version 5.0 and presents some improved options. Communications that don’t require text will be much easier now that icons are available! you can choose from different types of icons you can color your texts with at any time.

Messenger updates, Source Google Play
Messenger updates, Source Google Play

Open a new or archived chat with people and you will find some new rows of icons at the bottom of your device screen you can use. The app has different functions now: standard text, instant photos, uploading photos, voice messages, stickers to insert or likes – those giant thumb-ups you can always include in the conversation.

A true new feature is a link to the camera where you can get a little selfie window where you can send an instant photo to the friend you are talking with. If your device is updated to Android 4.3 or later you can send direct videos from your device in chat. The app has faster contact searches As well, but that depends to your perception and Internet package.

You can find the Facebook Messenger update on Google Store if you weren’t automatically updated yet.


Google buys Titan Aerospace – more drones coming on the market soon

Tech giant Google keeps getting more and more assets, just like Facebook has been doing, but its investments tend to go to a more practical niche. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google just bought Titan Aerospace, a drone company Facebook was after as well.

Titan Aerospace, source
Titan Aerospace, source Droid-life

Titan Aerospace is a drone-making business located in New Mexico and the team will remain there but it will also assist Project Loon and Makani Power, two Google projects. The company builds high-powered high-altitude drones that may one day become the norm.

Amazon is working on perfecting its delivery drones whereas Facebook just bought Ascenta, another drone-engineering company, last month.