A message is always incomplete for us without an emoji. An emoji is must even if it is our family or friends. We use emoji to highlight what we are communicating. We use it so much that we cant even think of texting without proper emoji to punctuate what we say. It is both a funny and creative way to express what we say. There are brands which offer more than just an emoji. lets have a look at it.
Apple recently announced the updation of its Animoji, where it can detect tongue detection, new characters and it can also create an animoji which looks like you. This type of emoji is called Memoji. To create this click on the Animoji and swipe right and then you need to click on the add button to create the customized Memoji. You can also you this while taking selfie, where it will overlay on your face.
Facemoji keyboard is another emoji specialized keyboard which was the first emoji specialized keyboard in Android. It has a collection of more than 1200 emojis, Gifs, emoticons and stickers. It can be used to make your social media chats more interesting. The voice input facility in this keyboard is useful to save your time in typing. Here you get a variety of themes for your keyboard where you can make it more specialized. Another highlight is you can even choose your photo to create a personal type of keyboard.
Bobble keyboard which is famous for its 15 million installs and highest rated among other keyboard is the no 1 keyboard from India.
How to Create a Logo for Your Site and Business in 1 Minute
Thousands of companies and associations now operate in digital technology, each of them in need of the well-defined logo identity. However, not always the budget available allows you to contact professionals for the creation of logos. In this case, the network comes to the rescue and offers many sites to make free online logos.
So this time we will introduce DesignEvo that can help you make professional logos for free from your PC without having to have the computer or graphics skills. Even the amateurs can easily create a logo for their homepages, business cards, social media and brands in minutes.
How to use DesignEvo?
DesignEvo is a tool that can be used without registration, but if you register for an account, you will be able to save the created logo for editing later.
Basically, the template design contains text from the beginning, but you can add another text. When you click “Add company name” or “Add slogan” on the left menu, a new text object is inserted. You just need to click and input your own words. In the editing menu that appears around the selected text, you can change the font type, size, color, spacing, outline and more. There are about 100 kinds of fonts for choice add icons and shapes.
You can search millions of icons by entering keywords in the search box. When you find a favorite, click on it to add into your logo.
Shapes are selectable for each type such as Badge, Line, Symbol, and Banner, so you do not need to search by keywords.
If you want to make a simple logo consisting only of text, you can delete other additional elements. Each element on the editing screen can be deleted by pressing the Delete key or Backspace key on the keyboard.
To change the position of elements on the logo, click each one on the editing screen and move it to an arbitrary position with the mouse or keyboard arrow keys.
The created logo can be downloaded from “Download” on the upper right of the screen to your terminal. It only takes you about a few minutes when the workload is done.
When using the logo created with DesignEvo for free, it is necessary to give credit to them in a specified manner. If you have a social media account, share DesignEvo with that account. If you do not have a social media account to share, you can paste the DesignEvo link on the appropriate page of your website or blog.
However, DesignEvo also offers paid package starting from a small amount of $19.99. The payment is not monthly or yearly but a one time charge.
Folks,time for Gmail design change!
With the kick start of major changes in this year, Google had announced plans for moving its users to the new Gmail design hence making the old version obsolete. At the moment, this is either optional for the required users or might be unavailable because the G-Suite administrator hasn’t enabled it.
Currently it is assumed that G-Suite users or those who have paid accounts are suitable technically to avail this feature. Probably, the new design which is now announced for G-Suite users will be soon fetched by free users. The uncertainty is surrounded over this as Google hasn’t shed more light on regular users.
Maybe in September every user would be required to move to this feature and the opt-out choice could be made for one more month. Finally in October the option will disappear. This is nothing but a warning of several months that Google is giving to its G-Suite administrators for the change coming. Also, for free users should prepare to migrate to the new design in a matter of few months.
Snapdragon 710 SoC for mid-range Android phones
Qualcomm has announced the successor to its mid-range processor Snapdragon 660 with the new Snapdragon 710. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC includes AI enhancements compared to its predecessor. Qualcomm says the newer chipset will be able to offer improvements in applications including voice-based user interfaces from photography to biometrics.
It includes the X15 LTE modem and Spectra 250 image processor. Other features include improved up to 800 Mbps download speed, 10-bit colour support, and overall 20 percent performance enhancement with reduced power consumption.
The new Snapdragon 710 SoC will be the first Qualcomm chips to support playback of 4K HDR video outside of the flagship offerings.
Qualcomm is promising the first Snapdragon 710-powered phones to be released sometime in second quarter of 2018.
Google will adapt Iphone’s ‘Apps Switching’ feature in Android P
Google is following in the footsteps of Apple, this time for a feature called ‘Overview’, which is essentially a fancy term for app switching.
Google will be rolling out its next-in-line Android P towards the end of the year, and with that, Android users will be learning a new way of interacting with their devices.
With the iPhone X comes the notch on the top and zero bezels at the bottom. This paved way for a new method of interacting and switching apps by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. The same method will be incorporated in the upcoming Android version, Mashable reports.
As more manufacturers are going bezel-less and introducing notch on their smartphones, it is imperative for the software to adapt to the change in order to deliver the best possible user experience. Google’s new feature is a step in that direction.
Create GIF in Gboard
Do you love GIFs? Google is allowing you to create your own GIFs using its third-party Gboard keyboard app. The feature had been available on iOS since last year, and starting this week, it is showing up on some Android devices as well.
The Gboard beta version now shows the ‘Make a GIF’ button that allows you to create reaction GIFs. You can try out the new feature by installing the beta version of Gboard. Open the GF interface on the supported Android device and tap on ‘My GIFs’. You can choose to add filters and save it. A wider rollout of the feature is expected soon.
Additionally, there are now more stickers available in Gboard, including blob emoji. We’ve reached out to Google for a full list of Android devices that custom GIFs are available on. Since the feature is still in beta, not everyone will see it until it rolls out in the main release.