Tech Wrap: Facebook exec Ankhi Das quits, Instagram gets Messenger integration
More tech news includes Tinder getting face-to-face video chats and Zoom for Android gets the ability to livestream to YouTube.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Facebook's India head of public policy Ankhi Das announced that she was leaving the company. On the other hand, Instagram brought Facebook Messenger integration to the platform in India.
In addition to that, Tinder rolled out face-to-face video chat feature globally.
So, here is everything that happened in tech today:
Facebook's India head of public policy Ankhi Das quits
Facebook's India head of public policy Ankhi Das today announced that has resigned from the company. In her Facebook post announcing the news she said that had resigned from Facebook to pursue ‘her personal interest in public service'.
Tinder's Face to Face video chats launch globally
Tinder today rolled out its video-calling feature called the ‘face to face' video on its platform globally. This feature aims to let users find a partner during the time of pandemic when it's not ideal to meet others without leaving the app.
Instagram gets Messenger integration
Instagram today brought Facebook Messenger integration to Instagram in India. Instagram users on Android and iOS will get the update in the app starting today.
Amazon launches seller registrations, account management services in Tamil
Amazon today brought the support for the Tamil language for sellers on its Marketplace. The support includes managing orders, inventory management, and accessing performance.
Zoom brings end-to-end encryption, YouTube live streaming on Android
Zoom today rolled out a major update on its Android app. The update brings end-to-end encryption, YouTube live streaming and other features to Android app on Google Play Store.