BBM for Android gets beta video chat


BBM for Android is a chat service brought over from the BlackBerry OS of the past, even more important now that the company has its own Android device on the market. And with the latest update, a beta version of video chat is now available.

The video chat feature is intended to work between iOS […]

The New York Times and Google Cardboard partner for another batch of device shipments

Last fall The New York Times and Google partnered to distribute Google Cardboard virtual reality viewers to subscribers so they could view a new virtual reality film called The Displaced. With a new title – Seeking Pluto’s Frigid Heart – ready to rollout on The New York Times web site and with the success of the previous […]

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Apple Music for Android now lets you check out music videos

The latest version of the Apple Music beta for Android is here, and it should be quite attractive for the music video lovers out there. If you’ve opted for Apple’s streaming music offering on Android, you can now check out a whole host of music videos on the go. Music videos were previously only available through Apple Music on Apple’s own mobile platform, iOS.

That isn’t all, though, as Android users can now subscribe to Apple Music’s family plans through the app. Incase you’re interested, that family option will set you back $14.99 per month for up to six users. That’s compared to $9.99 per month for an individual plan.

This is the latest in a string of consistent updates to Apple’s first foray into offering one of its services on Android. Prior updates have added features such as a home screen widget and the ability to save songs to your SD card.