#space #Skyview #Application #Stars #Planets #StarGazing #constellations
An amazing application! If you want to know more about the stars in the night sky that can be viewed from the naked eye, then do check it out. It also tells you where the planets are.
It can calibrate itself to your location and if you use the app on the night sky, it will point out the stars, constellations and other information by using the camera of your phone.
Pretty interesting. I had been wondering about a star in the sky, turns out it is named Capella in the Auriga constellation. 😊
#Snapchat #Facebook #WhatsApp #Instagram #snap #Messenger #technology #application
Ever since Snap turned down its $3-billion offer from Facebook, Facebook has opted for the next best thing to owning the parent company of the buzzy chat app: it’s been cloning Snapchat’s features.
However, there has been quite a lot of backlash from consumers that use WhatsApp and Messenger everyday.
WhatsApp recently launched the new ‘status’ feature that encouraged people to share images, GIFs and videos with drawings and emojis that disappeared after 24 hours. A feature very similar to Snapchat or Instagram Stories. People have argued that Snapchat and Instagram, being visual-based platform, can make the complete use of such a feature that remains for 24 hours and can be viewed by other people. However, copying such a feature on WhatsApp, a text-based application, is worthless and is only cluttering the app.
I personally like the text-based status on WhatsApp as it suits the needs of people using the application. People believe that WhatsApp should focus on improving and enhancing communication features rather than cloning what other applications have to offer.
WhatsApp announced that they will be integrating the text-based status feature again into the About section in profile settings, due to the recommendation of users.
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