Tech Wrap: YouTube Super Thanks, Clubhouse, Samsung Galaxy M21 2021 Edition and Facebook were today's newsmakers
It was an exciting day in the world of technology today. YouTube launched the Super Thanks feature for content creators on its platform, Clubhouse came out of beta today and everyone can download the app now. In addition to that, Samsung Galaxy M21 2021 Edition smartphone was launched in India. Here’s everything that created a buzz in the tech world today:
YouTube launches Super Thanks for creators: YouTube on Wednesday launched a new feature for content creators on its platform. The new YouTube feature called Super Thanks enables fans to show their support towards their favourite content creators by purchasing Super Thanks, which is available at four price points varying from $2 to $50 or local currency equivalents.
Clubhouse lifts ‘invite-only’ restrictions: Clubhouse on Wednesday announced that it is lifting the invite-only restrictions on its platform and is out of beta mode. On the occasion, the audio-based social networking platform also launched a logo and an updated website.
Samsung Galaxy M21 2021 Edition launched in India: Samsung today launched the Galaxy M21 2021 Edition smartphone in India. It costs Rs12,499 for the 4GB/64GB RAM variant, and ₹14,499 for the 6GB/128GB variant. It will go on sale in India via Amazon India starting July 26 in Arctic Blue and Charcoal Black colour variants.
Facebook introduces Sensitive Content Control on Instagram: Facebook has introduced a new feature called Sensitive Content Control on Instagram. This feature enables users to decide how much sensitive content shows up in their Explore feeds on Instagram. Facebook said that users can decide to leave things as they are or they can adjust the Sensitive Content Control to see more or less of some types of sensitive content.