YouTube launches new feature to share videos to your Google contacts in mobile app as shown in the image below.
This feature has made sharing videos just got a lot more fun on the YouTube app easier. It may come handy if you are YouTube Vlogger to gain more reach to your contacts. These shared videos all live in a brand new tab on your YouTube mobile app, making it easier than ever to catch up on videos your friends have shared or to show them a few of your own favorites.
From a friend yesterday night, I got to know an addictive game Pokemon Go is functional in Nepal now. Being a Bhatapurian, I installed and wandered around Bhaktapur’s road, courtyard and alleys. It was a good experience to walk around different places to find another pet in Pokemon Go. Continue reading Pokemon Go in Bhaktapur
Explore Gadgets is a tech channel on YouTube which has been vlogging from Aug 19, 2012. The channel has been explaining on various factors of the wide range of devices and accessories.Beside the huge compilation of videos on various kind of apps, games they also post informational Videos about electronic gadgets, accessories, mobile unboxing, Mobile technologies, ebooks, comparison of both ios and android apps Games, tutorials etc. It also holds different kinds of promotive give outs. Continue reading Explore Gadgets
Whenever there is something new happening in the tech world or something new gadget is launched, we have to depend on the international sources for updates, news and technical information. Such information did not cover for the Nepalese Gadget lovers as we could not find when those gadget would be launched in Nepal, where we could find them, what price will it be in Nepal and so on. But such days are gone by as we have lots of Tech Websites of Nepal which provides us latest information, specification and updates of important events, mobiles, guides, reviews, gadgets, apps, smartphones, laptops, how tos, software etc. Continue reading Tech Websites of Nepal
Yesterday a friend of mine posted 360 degree photo in fb wall, from there I came to know Facebook supports 360 degree photos which can be viewed on desktop, iOS, Android, and a virtual reality headset. This may be after effect of Facebook overtaking a company Oculus which has focus on Virtual Reality (VR) technology.
360 degree photos are typically taken with a 360-degree camera which are now available in different models of Camera of brands like LG, Samsung, Go Pro, Sony etc. For smartphone users this type of image can be generated by taking a panoramic photo.
The 360 degree photos can be viewed by clicking and dragging your mouse along the image to get a different view where as on mobile viewer can move the smart phone left, right or up, down to feel the 360 degree photo.