Welcome to the second issue of Wiki News on Techversity Wiki. As the picture may give away, it is close to the Fourth of July holiday for the United States. So I wish everybody a Happy Fourth of July and I hope you all have a good time.
With that out of the way, here's today's...
The last app showcase I did only focused on a particular Android app. Let's broaden the range to include an app compatible with iOS, too.
The Reddit App was released for Android and iOS on 7 April 2016. If you enjoy seeing funny images off of /r/funny or learning some life tips from /r/LifeProTips or anything in between, this app is right for you. If you are a very active Redditor who likes to post a lot, then this app is a must-have. It contains the trendy headlines of Twitter, viral picture sof Memebase and Imgur, jokes from Tumblr and more. It might even be an all-in-one social app. You can download the app here for Android and here for iOS. It earns my vote of 9.5 out of 10.
Here's what I've seen in the news that has caught my eye:
- BMW, Intel, and Mobileye are teaming up to bring self-driving cars to our roadways by 2021
- The name for Google's next Android version has been announced. Android "N" is now Android Nougat.
So that's all I have for Wiki News for today. Have a happy Fourth of July, and I'll see you later.