Myntra.com website will shut down on 1st May, the iOS 8.4 beta version released, Facebook Messenger’s web version released and there is much more technology news emerged in this month of April 2015.
So, have a look at the following tech news headlines of April 2015 to know about all the trending and latest technology news of this month.
Myntra.com website will shut down on 1st May
You would notice if you’re a regular reader of AllUsefulInfo that in one of the previous monthly news wraps I published this news too and again, I’m letting you guys about it as a reminder. However, in the previous news wrap-up of February, I didn’t disclose the date of shutting down the Myntra.com website but here it is.
However, only the website is shutting down but its mobile app will continue as usual. They are shutting down its website because of giving the complete focus on its mobile app.
iOS 8.4 beta is now available
Recently this month Apple released an iOS 8.3 operating system update for its iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users with more than 300 emoticons, and now iOS 8.4 beta is also available to update. Users will now be able to update their iOS operating system to iOS 8.4 beta.
Facebook Messenger’s web version is available
Facebook launched Facebook Messenger for the web. Now, people will be able to send messages to their friends via desktop using Facebook Messenger. Users can access this web version of Facebook Messenger at www.messenger.com.
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Flipkart ditches Airtel Zero by supporting net neutrality
Nowadays, you hear about net neutrality a lot but Flipkart is now supporting net neutrality very effectively and ditches the Airtel Zero platform.
Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discriminating or charging deferentially by user, content, site, platform, or application.
Google Moderator service is shutting down on July 31
Google has announced that it will be shutting down Google Moderator, a crowd-sourcing tool for ranking user-submitted questions for online and offline talks, presentations, and other events, on July 31 this year.
Google Moderator was launched in the year 2008 and will be available to take user questions until June 30. However, after July 1 the service will become a read-only platform and will be completely killed off by the end of that month. Google Moderator users will be able to download their data via the Google Takeout service.
WhatsApp updated with material design for Android users
WhatsApp is updated for Android users and brought new material design. WhatsApp released this new update on its official website but it is now not available on Google Play in a few coming days Android users will be updating the latest version 2.12.41 of WhatsApp from the Google Play Store.
WhatsApp started rolling out voice calling for iOS users
As you all know the WhatsApp voice calling feature is now fully updated for all of its Android users. Now, the WhatsApp voice calling feature is also updated for its iOS users. But, this time it is not available for all users but it just started rolling out the update and initially, a few people will get it but with time it will be available for all of its users.
These are the trending technology news of April 2015. Further, I will keep updating this article by adding more news headlines along with time.