Telegram is still gunning to be the best messenger app around, and even though a major v6.0 update landed just two months ago, Telegram's development team apparently hasn't stopped to take a break. Today the app began rolling out new features on both Android and iOS, most notably an editor for videos. "Today we're upgrading the media editor with support for animated stickers and editing videos," Telegram wrote in a blog post. Read MoreTelegram 6.2 adds basic video editor, smoother animations, and more (APK Download) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
In response to current events, the Criterion Channel streaming service is making some of its films from pioneering Black filmmakers and those documenting Black culture free to stream. While an explicit list of free films hasn't been published, several titles including Maya Angelou's "Down in the Delta," Julie Dash's "Daughters of the Dust," Agnès Varda's "Black Panthers," and Kathleen Collins's "Losing Ground" are all free to stream right now, in addition to other films and documentaries discussing the Black experience. Read MoreThe Criterion Channel is making several important titles by Black filmmakers free to stream was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
It's shockingly fast (provided it works for your situation) Buying stuff online is easy, but getting support when things go wrong can be much harder. Walking into a store where you can drop off an item face-to-face and explain why it needs to be returned is a relatively simple process compared to wading through phone menus to speak to someone, or twiddling your thumbs as an underpaid support representative juggles twenty chats at once. But, if you haven't used it yet, Amazon's automated support chatbot is pretty great. Read MoreTip: Amazon's chat bot is actually surprisingly decent at handling returns and refunds was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
This will make your next take-out dinner night that much easier When you have a question about a business's hours, where do you go? Whether you use Android or iOS, chances are you probably check in with Google, doing a regular search or pulling up the business in Maps. And while either will display open hours, "open" is kind of a nebulous concept these days. Open for delivery? Open for pickup? Open for seniors only? Thankfully, Google's finally making it easy for companies to share all that different data. Read MoreGoogle Search and Maps will soon display business hours for seniors, plus pickup and delivery was written by the awesome team at Android Police.