Ever since its arrival in India, Netflix has managed to bring lots of consumers to its streaming platform by introducing great offers. It first introduced an affordable mobile-only plan 2 years back, and now Netflix has announced a relatively better Mobile+ plan at a great price tag.
Spotify has officially announced Spotify HiFi, allowing users to finally stream lossless, CD-quality audio via its streaming platform. The company says Spotify HiFi will work on existing devices along with Spotify Connect-enabled speakers.
The Google Pay iOS app has been temporarily removed from Apple's App Store in order to fix a payment failure issue. It is, however, still available to download from the Play Store on Android.
Netflix is now offering selected movies and TV series for free, in order to attract new subscribers to the platform. However, there lies a catch as one can only watch the first episode of the first season of the series or the movies that are made available in the catalogue.
The tech giant Google will allow all the users globally to use features on the Meet app like sharing the screen, easy scheduling, real-time captions, and much more for free. However, Google will open Meet steadily in the weeks to come.
Previously limited to just four users, WhatsApp has doubled its limit to 8 participants in a group video call. The update has been rolled out to iOS users as of now, but an Android update isn't too far away either.
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries and Facebook are reportedly working on creating a super-app that would serve as a single platform for communication, to buy groceries through Reliance Retail stores, and make payments using JioMoney.
Google in a series of updates has introduced various efforts the company has taken and will continue to take to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are all the actions Google has taken till now.
YouTube has introduced UPI payment option for YouTube Premium and YouTube Music Premium subscriptions. Apart from credit and debit card options, users can now use any UPI app to make payments in these apps.
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, businesses of all sizes are strapped for time and resources and in-person video shoots are no longer practical in many countries. With the YouTube Video Builder, businesses can create videos fast and easy,