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1. Twitter launches data-friendly Twitter Lite
Twitter launched today a faster data-saving version of its mobile website. That way it becomes the third leading platform with a step towards data-friendly internet after Facebook Lite and YouTube Go
The company announced on its blog that “45% of mobile connections are still on 2G”. That’s why it optimized the speed and navigation of mobile.twitter.com. Now the site launches 30% faster and navigates quicker while still providing the key features - your timeline, Tweets, DMs, trends, notifications and more. More than 40% of data is saved with the optimized mobile site, and it can go up to 70% when you click on your profile picture and then select Data Saver.
2. Google Play Music All Access now available in India
Google has launched the Google Play Music ‘All Access’ service in India. Although the ability to purchase music was launched in September last year, the All Access streaming service was not available until now.
It’s worth mentioning that this subscription does not include YouTube Red, which is Google’s subscription service for YouTube that gets rid of all the ads before the videos.
To activate the service, head over to the Google Play Music app on your phone and click on your account ID.
3. Netflix’s rating system gets a much-needed update
Netflix has released a video on its YouTube account that announces its update to the title-rating system. The video explains the current star-rating, which is totally irrelevant now and the video could have done without the unnecessary explanation. However, Netflix has gone the way of YouTube and replaced its star-rating system to a like/dislike affair. “It’s kind of like dating apps, actually”. Yeah, okay Netflix.
4. YouTube TV service goes live in select cities, but the rollout continues
YouTube TV service offers subscribers live streaming from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports Networks, Comcast SportsNet and dozens more. Also, based on where they live, subscribers will be able to watch their local broadcast TV stations covering local sports and news.
Moreover, traditional cable channels like FX, USA, Disney Channel, Bravo, MSNBC, and Fox News will be available to watch as well. For an extra fee, you'll also be able to add Showtime and Fox Soccer Plus.
5. Android O will support self-dismissing notifications
Now, Google has announced another feature for developers to be aware of — notification timeout. Basically, this means that certain notifications will be able to dismiss themselves if the user does not interact with them in a certain amount of time. That's great for games, for example, where you get a message "Get 200 gems for 50% off in the next 2 hours". You tap that notification only to find out that you were too busy with work and the promotion is long gone. Damn job, getting in the way of our half-off gem deals!
6. WhatsApp to implement UPI-based payment system in India
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is finally throwing its hat in the online payment system, starting first with India, its biggest market in the world.
The company is said to be working on a system based on India’s UPI or Unified Payments Interface to allow person to person transactions. The UPI system was borne out of India’s drive towards a cashless digital economy and has been adopted by all the major banks and even some services such as Truecaller.
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