Diwali-Special deals on Vivo X70 Pro, Vivo V21 5G
Vivo has announced attractive Diwali offers on popular smartphones — Vivo X70 series, V21 series, Y73 and Y33s. The smartphone brand has partnered with Bajaj Finance to enable customers to buy a phone for just Rs 101. Additional offers include up to 10 percent cashback on select bank cards and one-time screen replacement for specific Vivo smartphones. Vivo has also partnered with Jio to offer benefits worth Rs 10,000. These offers are applicable across mainline channels only and will be valid till November 7.
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Instagram now allows users to publicly participate in Stories
Instagram has introduced a new feature through a Stories sticker called “Add Yours” that allows users create public threads in Stories that anyone can participate in. The new “Add Yours” sticker is designed to allow users to create public threads in stories and to encourage other users to upload their own stories to the thread or to discover new people who are also participating. The sticker is available now and can be found next to the location and mention sticker.
WhatsApp might remove the time limit for ‘Delete for Everyone’
WhatsApp is reportedly working on extending the time limit for ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature. As per the report, the instant messaging app from Facebook is rolling out a new video playback interface for iOS devices for videos shared from YouTube, Instagram and more such platforms. The message delete feature for WhatsApp was initially introduced in 2017 and the ‘delete for everyone’ feature’s time limit was set to seven minutes and a few months later was increased to more than an hour.
Netflix brings free-to-play games to all members on Android
Video streaming service Netflix adds five games to its Android app globally. The games include Stranger Things: 1984 (BonusXP), Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP), Shooting Hoops (Frosty Pop), Card Blast (Amuzo & Rogue Games), and Teeter Up (Frosty Pop). To further build out its library of Netflix games, the popular OTT platform, in September, also acquired the independent game developer Night School Studio, best known for narrative-driven titles like Oxenfree.