Month: April 2020

Mobile applications

Important Features To Incorporate Into Your Mobile App

When developing mobile applications for your business, what are the most important features to consider? Our team App Developers have made a list of the necessary choices we feel it is important to create a successful application and durable. So, your business has decided to build an application, what features you need to include? What …

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Snapchat rolls out lenses for Vaisakhi, Rongali Bihu and more

Snapchat has launched a variety of lenses for the different spring and harvest festivals being celebrated in India. Festivals are being commended in an alternate way this year because of the continuous pandemic. It’s impractical to step out and proceed with the ordinary festivals for various celebrations. Be that as it may, there’s as yet …

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interactive website

Missing workplace during lockdown? Here’s an interactive website to give you those ‘office feels’

When you open the website, you will see a simple animation with a play button on the bottom left corner. Clicking on that will begin sounds that you usually hear in offices. It has been weeks since most of us have been working from home. While getting up 5 minutes before the login time and …

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Google

Google bans Zoom from employee laptops

Google will still allow the use of Zoom through mobile apps and browsers. Alphabet Inc. Google on Wednesday banned Zoom video conferencing applications on employee laptops, citing security concerns. “Recently, we were told the security team of employees using Zoom Desktop Client that it will no longer run on company computers because they do not …

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Google update about WIFI

Working from home? Google has some tips to make your home Wi-Fi better

If you have been using your existing router for more than three or four, check to make sure it supports 5GHz Wi-Fi signals. The COVID-19 plague has brought the world to stop forcing employees to work from home and students to attend classes virtually. This, in turn, puts a strain on the home Wi-Fi network …

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whatsapp

WhatsApp new limit on chat forwards to curb misinformation: All you need to know

WhatsApp has reduced the limit on frequently forwarded messages to help slow down misinformation on COVID-19. WhatsApp is often forwarded restrict chat messages to one time in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19 misinformation. WhatsApp highlights the often forwarded messages that have been shared five times or more. WhatsApp is also working on …

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Manage stress

How to manage stress during the COVID-19 pandemic

Change is stressful, and stress leads to anxiety, negative affect mental and physical health. And while sheltering in place that serves the public, it can affect our mental health. “Worrying is a normal human response to change or challenge. It is important during these uncertain times to understand the difference between the expected reaction of …

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Logotypes, Logo Marks, And All Things Logos

The logo is a concise representation of the brand. Piecing together meaningful message identities and values, they become the face of the company. And at their best, they encourage brand recognition and ultimately serve to grow the business. But getting there takes some work. It requires a sense of identity, some logos of knowledge, and …

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