Music Messenger, an app that allows people to share songs with each other for free, has successfully raised some US$30 million (about RM108 million) from private investors. The largest share of which was a US$15 million (about RM 54 million) investment from Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich.
If you’re a LINE user, you’ll be happy to know that the popular messaging app has a new reward system for its users. Whenever you send one message to a friend, you will receive one Friendship Point. Once you have accumulated as many as 1,000 points, you can transfer it to your BCard for an equivalent of RM10.
Curious as to why Facebook encourages you to save your phone number with them, especially when you use Messenger? Well, here’s one of the reason why, the social networking company just announced a new app called Hello, that will show you who’s calling you using information that are readily available on Facebook.
The preview for the smartphone version of Microsoft Office for Windows 10 will be appearing later this month. Microsoft is promising a first look at the new version of Office Universal App that is intended to provide the same experience across both tablets and smartphones; and even desktops, albeit with fewer features.
Google has introduced the “Works with Cardboard” programme, which aims to get its Cardboard VR headset working properly with any device. There are many versions of the VR headset floating around now, thanks to it being open-source, and each has slightly different specifications. This programme will get any of these headsets working with any VR apps on Android devices.
Valve has opened a beta test for two factor authentication login on its Android and iOS apps. The Steam Guard Mobile Authenticator works similar to Blizzards Battle.net authenticator in that it will provide codes to a user to input while logging in. Of course, this could potentially mean it has the same problems as the Battle.net authenticator.