Tech Wrap: Instagram gets Guides, Fleets available globally
More tech news includes WhatsApp disappearing messages feature being available to everyone and Amazon launching a Made in India toy in India.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Twitter rolled out Fleets globally. On the other hand, Instagram rolled out a new feature called Guides to all users. In addition to that WhatsApp rolled out its disappearing messages feature
So, here's everything that happened in tech today:
Twitter rolls out Fleets globally
Twitter started testing its Instagram Stories-like feature called Fleets earlier this year. Today, the micro-blogging platform released this feature to all its users across the globe.
Instagram expands Guides to all users
Instagram started testing Guides with creators earlier this year. Today, the company rolled out the feature to all its users across the globe. To give you a quick brief, Guides are curated lists featuring users' favourite products, places and posts.
Google Maps updates help you cope with the pandemic
Google today announced that it has added almost 250 new features and improvements to Google Maps ever since the pandemic started. It has added more Covid-related features to the platform.
WhatsApp disappearing messages now available for everyone
WhatsApp earlier this month announced its disappearing messages feature. Today, the company rolled out this feature to all its users on Android, iOS and web as well.
Facebook's Messenger Kids app gets redesigned
Facebook today rolled out the updated version of its Messenger Kids app. The updated app design makes it easier to interact with their friends, navigate the app and personalize their chats. The update is available on iPhones in the US and Canada.
Amazon launches Made in India toy store
Amazon today launched its ‘Made in India' toy store. Amazon India customers can purchase all the locally manufactured toys from the e-commerce platform.
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