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Have a Look On the App's Those Get new Features and You Missed In Month of May

Houseparty now comes on iOS

Mobile App published date 31st May, 2017 Joshua Anderson

The month of may is all about the new promises and sharing new ideas and innovations in the mobile app world. This month all were busy in exploring what Google and Microsoft have prepared for the user. In this interaction with the new technology, we almost ignored that some of the best existing application have enhanced their attributes. Some of the application released their upgraded version for the users and adding some eye-catching features to it.

Here are the upgraded apps for the Month of May

  • Things 3.0

The thing is the best app in App store for organizing your daily work and completing it on time. The app is beautifully designed with easy to use interface and costs $8 in store.The Things 3 launched in May and it is the number 1 productivity App store. Things are considered as the best task manager app in iOS. Normally app costs $9.99 for iPhone but there is 20% off until May 25.

  • Amazon’s New Echo Look Companion

Amazon has made live its companion app for the Echo device now.The company already launched a supporting hardware with the same name i.e. Echo. The device is an Alexa-enabled camera which is able to take full-length photos and videos of the user. These photos and videos are used to create user’s own playbook with the option of style check which helps to know which clothes and trend will suit to the user.

  • HouseParty on iOS

Houseparty is an app for the live video chatting, it allows you to add up to 8 people at a time. So you can enjoy any party with the bunch of people in a room. This app is now available for the iPad also earlier it was present only in the Android and iOS.

  • Now You Can Bookmark Your Favourite Place In Uber app

The giant carpool service Uber have rolled out a simple yet very helpful feature named “saved places”. Now after while using the service, you can add some place to save places section. These places could be where you visit frequently like office and friends house etc. Uber released the feature for both iOS and Android in May.

  • Instagram added location,crowed-based stories

Instagram-enhanced its story feature by enabling the users to add their post on the basis of location and crowed. Now the user can post the stories to their nearby locations. These posts will be shown by the users in the explorer's tab and also can be searched by location and hashtags.

  • You can hide pics in Google Photos App now

The new feature from the Google for Google Photos app named Archive will allow you hide pics. The photos that you wanna keep but don't wanna share with others you will find this feature very helpful. All you have to do is select the pics you wanna hide in Google photos click on the menu button on the top. Then at the bottom, there will be an Archive option just click on it and all the photos will be removed from your main feed and saved here.

  • Snapchat’s reply Forever feature

As the Snapchat was all about the messages will be deleted after very short period of time now company have changed it by adding a new feature. Now with the infinity icon, the message will be displayed forever until the receiver exits the conversation thread. Earlier the ‘snap’( Snapchat messages) were able to display only for the 10 seconds.

These are the most prominent upgrades in the month of May that you shouldn't be missing.

Keeping the engagement rate high and productivity of the application higher to the user is the key to getting success and growth. Regular new features and attributes keep the user excited and tempt them to interact with the app more than ever.

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Joshua Anderson

Joshua Anderson

Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.

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