You'll soon be able to choose between different playback speeds for your voice messages in WhatsApp for iPhone, a boon for those who want to speed up long voice messages.
Twitter has kicked off a new test with a small selection of its user base which, if successful, would let you watch YouTube videos in-line, without leaving the company's official iOS app.
You may soon no longer be able to share your Netflix user name and password between separate households because Netflix may be cracking down on password sharing soon.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is taking another page from Snapchat and other apps with a new privacy feature in testing that lets you set a self-destruct timer for image attachments.
Netflix is experimenting with a sleep timer in the mobile app that could potentially release publicly across all Netflix platforms should the feature prove itself successful with test users.
Google is testing a darkened user interface for its search feature on desktop, 9to5Google reported Saturday. The Internet giant is performing A/B testing of Dark Mode support for search results on desktop.
Apple is rolling out a new audio test tool for AirPods that lets its store employees easily determine if a loss of sound quality or volume is a genuine fault or caused by dirt buildup.
Twitter has kicked off another limited test of a feature designed to let you send a private voice message to someone through the app's Direct Messages feature.
Once again, Netflix has been spotted testing a new Shuffle Play button for its collection of streaming movies and TV shows with a small subset of its customer base.
Twitter is currently testing a new optional feature that translates individual tweets in the feed automatically as long as they are written in a language that the account holder doesn’t speak.
Twitter is introducing a new threaded conversation layout on the mobile app and in the web interface at twitter.com in an effort to make threaded conversations easier to read and follow.
Netflix is testing yet another feature with a subset of its iOS customers, called Collections — a new way to help users find TV shows and movies they’ll want to watch.