Instagram releases new app, Google brings incognito mode to Maps
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Instagram introduced a new app called Threads.
It lets users send messages of photos and more to their Instagram close friends list.
Threads also has a dedicated inbox and notifications For those close friends, don't worry, messages by close friends will still appear on both Instagram direct, and friends.
Google has added a new feature to it's MAPS app, incognito mode.
When turned on, the locations you search for, will not be saved in your Google account, and will not be used for recommendation.
To access incognito mode tap your profile pic and then tap the option in the next menu.
When the mode is active you'll see a black bar on the top of your screen saying it is engaged.
In related news, Google is bringing in the auto delete feature for YouTube history.
Data can be automatically deleted every three or 18 months, otherwise you can do it manually.
And lastly Apple may have accidentally leaked it's next Airpods.
Inside of IOS 13.2 a graphic was found showing off wireless ear buds that look different than the current Airpods.
The company is reportedly working on noise canceling ear buds as well as new over ear headphones Many believe the image is of air pods with noise cancelling.
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