How about optimizations for the tablet? There’s multitasking, whoch works identically to iOS 13 on the iPad. You slide in a dedicated launcher and then tap and drag icons to open two screens at once, or tap to make them appear as a floating window over the top. Not every app supports split-screen viewing, including Firefox if you decide to use that as your browser. Office, WPS Office, and the Gallery, plus Facebook and Twitter (both installed through an APK), are fine. … [Read more...] about Huawei MatePad Pro Review: In the iPad’s shadow
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Successive generations often have stronger motors, longer battery lives, and sometimes larger dust bins. Each model in a generation typically has the same motor and major features. Those variants generally represent varying levels of features and accessories in a new generation. The list prices for models in the latest generation typically differ by $50 to $100. … [Read more...] about The best Dyson deals and sales for June 2020: Vacuums and Fans
But creating live and long-form content is time-intensive, and creators want to be paid for their efforts. Instagram is now incentivizing influencers to use IGTV by showing ads before their content and giving them a cut of 55%, while also aiming to make up for the stand-alone app’s dismal downloads at the beginning of the year. … [Read more...] about Instagram plays catch-up by finally paying its creators. Will they stay?
Record-high numbers on crowdfunding platforms More than 50,000 creators have joined Patreon since mid-March and the company has registered a 30% spike in patrons as well. On Ko-fi, donations have doubled from the third week of March and over 30,000 new artists have signed up. What’s more, Ko-fi’s co-founder, Simon Ellington said the platform has seen a dramatic uptick in the number of creators who received a donation within the first week of launching. BuyMeACoffee now sustains on an average 700 daily creator sign-ups as opposed to 400 before. … [Read more...] about Patreon and Ko-fi become full-time gigs as creators lose their jobs