Signal app to introduce automatic face blurring in photos as US protests continue

Private messaging app Signal has announced a new feature for its Android and iOS apps which lets users automatically blur faces of people in your photos. When users take a photo in the app, or choose photos from the gallery, they will find a new Blur option alongside the existing drawing, text, and crop tools. Tapping on that tool will then detect the faces in the photo …

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Facebook Introduces TikTok-Inspired ‘Collab’ App, Limited to iOS Right Now

Facebook’s New Product Experimentation (NPE) team is testing a new TikTok-inspired app called Collab for creating short music videos. This app is available on iOS as an invite-only beta right now. The NPE in a note also claims that the Collab app allows users to create, watch, and mix and match original videos, “starting with music.” Similar to TikTok, the app allows users to sync existing videos …

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Cost To Develop Video Conferencing App Like Zoom

In a short span of time video conferencing app development shot to fame in the last two months because of the significant effect of COVID-19. Due to pandemic lockdown followed by major countries, a lot of companies adopt video conferencing apps like zoom as they are impotent to do so because all their clients and employees are working from home. CronJ is the best mobile app development …

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