Google Toontastic 3d, children’s application to create movies

Google just released Toontastic 3d, a new application for mobile devices aimed at children. It is a creative tool that allows you to make small movies with animated characters in 3D, very attractive for kids and simple to use. It features this home page and is available for both the Android system and iOS as well as Chromebooks.

Google Toontastic 3d, aplicación infantil para crear películas

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Do you know the Do Not Disturb feature on phones?

Telephones accompany us at all times and we know that on certain occasions they can be somewhat indiscreet. We all know the possibility of silencing them quickly with an icon on the screen or using the volume keys. It is what we usually do if we find ourselves in the cinema, theater, concert, church, etc.

But very few people know the great number of possibilities that includes the Do Not Disturb function, an evolution of the “mute” option that appeared as unique in the first models of phones.

The latest versions of the operating systems on mobile devices have the “Do Not Disturb” feature that allows us to schedule the silences according to predefined hours and filter out notifications or calls that might be important to ring just the same, among other options.

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Video calls get to WhatsApp, now they do

Finally, the expected video chat feature is now available in the world’s most widely used instant messaging application, WhatsApp.

Video calls get to WhatsApp, now they do

In an official statement published on their blog, Whatsapp announces the official deployment of this feature:

“Over the years we have received many messages from our users requesting video calls and we are excited to finally be able to offer this capability to the world …”
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How to read QR codes and what they are for?

QR codes are something like square labels made up of a cloud of dots that we’ve all certainly seen already. They contain codified information of different types and that we can only read through programs or applications designed for it.

How to read QR codes and what they are for

They are known as QR because of the term “Quick Response”. They were created in Japan in 1994 and it is there where they are used massively and for the longest time. But they also appear here in many places and because they are so versatile and easy to read, they are used for very different purposes.

Where do we find them?

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