Spotify launches lyrics feature globally for all users

Available across all platforms Today, Spotify is finally releasing its real-time lyrics feature globally, after only offering it in a limited selection of countries. The lyrics are provided by Musixmatch, which claims to offer lyrics for “over 8 million” songs. And, it will be accessible on basically every platform where

More than a dozen new titles are available on Disney Plus today

Disney Plus Day just brought a ton of new titles to the service If you’ve been holding off to catch Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings or Jungle Cruise on Disney Plus, today’s the day. More than a dozen films and series are available on the service today

Clubhouse launches payments so creators can make money.

Clubhouse, a one-year-old social audio app reportedly valued at $1 billion, will now allow users to send money to their favorite creators — or speakers — on the platform. In a blog post, the startup announced the new monetization feature, Clubhouse Payments, as the “the first of many features that

WhatsApp Users May Soon Be Able to Change Its App Colours: Report

WhatsApp users will be able to change colours in the chat box and opt for a darker shade of green for text on the screen. Facebook-owned popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that will allow users to change colours inside the app. According to

Instagram and WhatsApp hit by outage

Instagram and WhatsApp experienced an apparent outage on Friday. It began around 1:40 p.m. ET and lasted for more than half an hour. WhatsApp was unable to connect to the server, and messages were not being delivered. It’s not clear if the issue also affected Facebook Messenger, which last year

YouTube to lift Trump ban if violence threat falls, says CEO

Susan Wojcicki said the company will look at government warnings and violent rhetoric to determine when it’s safe to lift the suspension. Following the Capitol Hill riot on 6 January that left five dead, Mr Trump’s account was suspended. YouTube said he had violated their incitement of violence policy. “It’s