Tech Wrap: Vi ₹447 prepaid plan launched, Google Meet gets a major update
More tech news includes Facebook bringing Shops to WhatsApp and Reliance Jio launching a chatbot.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Facebook brought Shops to WhatsApp. On the other hand, Twitter introduced a feature that enables users to share tweets as Instagram Stories.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Twitter's lets iOS users share tweets on Instagram Stories
Twitter has now announced that it has added support for sharing tweets to Instagram Stories via the system's share menu on iOS devices. Twitter users can share tweets to their Instagram stories by tapping the share button on any Tweet, then tapping the Instagram Story button on the share menu.
Facebook brings its Shop to WhatsApp
Facebook is now bringing a virtual storefront called Shops to WhatsApp. Facebook also said that in the US, it will enable and encourage businesses to bring Shops products into the Marketplace.
Google Meet gets a major update
Google said that every teacher and co-teacher in a Classroom will now be able to become a host in a meeting, which will enable multiple teachers to share the load of managing a class. Google said that users will soon be able to host public live streams streamed right to YouTube so anyone outside of your institution can attend it.
Reliance WhatsApp chatbot launched
Reliance has launched the Reliance WhatsApp chatbot. The WhatsApp chatbot will answer queries about Reliance Industries 44th Annual General Meeting, which will take place on June 24.
Vi launches ₹447 prepaid plan
Vi (Vodafone Idea) today launched a prepaid recharge plan priced at ₹447. It offers 50GB of data with no daily limit. It comes with a validity of 60 days.
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