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Google Maps for Android Will Receive a Nearby Traffic Widget

Google gradually upgrades and improves its native apps, especially on Android. Now it’s Google Maps’  turn. The new widget the app is about to receive will provide quick access to traffic conditions in your area; a necessary thing if

Snapchat to Introduce a Premium Subscription with Extra Features?

Social services that have been free start introducing premium subscriptions with extra features. Soon after the launch of Telegram Premium, it appears that Snapchat follows the same path. According to a leak tweeted by Alessandro Paluzzi, Snapchat is

How to Change Your Player Name on Fortnite

Changing your name is reflecting changes in personality and attitude. When it comes to gaming, there may be different reasons to change it. Say, you wanted to try Fortnite and didn’t care much about the name when you registered. Or you have exp

How to Change Epic Games Name: Choose a New One, Make It Known

Gamers or not, we humans are going through changes from time to time. We relocate, change jobs, convert, fall in love or out of it, and so on. For gamers, the new game name may be just as epic as any other life change. So what about a manual on how t

Get Free Fortnite Skins: The Most Effective Methods in 2022

Fortnite is a battle royale game with millions of players worldwide and it seems to become bigger every year. The game is available for free, so different skins and other cosmetic items should be purchased if you want to switch up the appearance of t

Twitter Updates Its API to Cater to Third-Party Apps

While third-party Twitter clients may have better designs and offer some possibilities the original app lacks, they still didn’t have access to some features, like reverse order. Now it’s about to change. With the updated API, Twitter wil

In April 2022, Mobile Players Spent 6% Less Than a Year Ago

Mobile gaming still stays strong as the most lucrative branch of the industry. The overall revenue of mobile games, though, has decreased by 6% in April 2022 next to 2021. This result is shown on both Google Play and App Store, showing that the trend

xCloud May Bring Fortnite Back to iOS Devices

Missed Fortnite on your iPhones and iPads? Now it made its way back, through a door that was left open by Microsoft. As Fortnite appears on the xCloud platform, the subscribers can play it on any device with a browser. So now you don’t need to

New Characters to Join the Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Cast… Or Not

What’s the “character news” that Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl announced recently? The most logical version is that the developer is about to introduce another character from the seemingly endless roster by the channel. But it may mean

Apple Removes Outdated Apps from App Store

When you want to install an app on your iPhone or iPad, the description usually says your iOS version should not be obsolete beyond a certain version. But what if the app itself is too obsolete for your device? Apple seemingly decided to give these a

Apple Rolls Out the Nudity Blurring Feature Globally

The feature that protects children from viewing nudity in iMessage has been announced a while ago. In December 2021, it was launched for American users. Now, Apple is to finally roll it out globally. Being AI-assisted, the feature does not involve an