This week, Twitter is releasing a number of new capabilities for its live audio Spaces platform. On iOS and Android, the social media giant is offering presenters and co-hosts access to analytics about their Spaces. For example, hosts and co-hosts may now see how many total live listeners tuned in, how many times the broadcast was replayed, and how many individuals spoke throughout the Space.
In March, the new analytics function was made accessible to a small group of hosts as a test, but it is now available to all hosts and co-hosts on the platform. Hosts will be able to better plan their audio content and know how many people they’re reaching via statistics.
learn more about your Space ✍️
Hosts and co-hosts on iOS and Android will now have access to analytics like total live listeners, total replays, and speakers — take a look and let us know what you think! pic.twitter.com/OrCDKJXOhx
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) May 4, 2022
Twitter is also experimenting with a feature that tweet out a Space card when hosts start a Space. The new feature, according to Twitter, will make it easier for users to interact with and share Spaces. The new feature, which is now available on both iOS and Android, should make it easier for users to see and participate in conversations, according to the company. With this new functionality, hosts won’t have to manually link to their Spaces in a tweet to promote them when they first create one. Also read, Twitter Circle, a clone of Instagram’s ‘Close Friends,’ Has Launched
Users will also be able to learn more about the Spaces that appear at the top of their timeline. Currently, the purple card at the top of your timeline does not provide much information on a particular Space. Some Android users will see more information on the Space bar starting today, including who’s hosting, what topics are involved, who’s shared a tweet, and more.
wanna learn more about the Space you see at the top of the tl?
Starting today, some people on Android will see more info on the Space bar like who’s hosting, Topics, who’s shared a Tweet and more. Tell us what you think! pic.twitter.com/Oqhc6XqOBT
— Spaces (@TwitterSpaces) May 5, 2022
Users will be able to follow Spaces hosts more easily as well. When a Space is finished, users will be able to see a list of the co-hosts and speakers and choose to follow them. The new feature is currently available on both iOS and Android.
WhatsApp to Bring Email Login Feature for Account Safety
WhatsApp always keeps working on new features to improve its app for better usage. The latest version of WhatsApp beta lets you use your email to keep your account safe. It will help you to recover your account if anything goes wrong
WhatsApp Email Login Feature
Now, if you use WhatsApp beta on your iPhone you can now link your email to your WhatsApp account. This step makes sure that you can recover your account easily. The new feature showed up in the iOS beta version 22.214.171.124 and for Android, it came with this beta version 126.96.36.199 update. It will also use your current login method, that’s your phone number but now you can also use email.
How to Link Your Email on WhatsApp
- Open the WhatsApp beta on your iPhone or Android.
- Go into the settings and find where to add your email.
- Add your email and follow the steps to verify it.
If you don’t want to add your email to WhatsApp, you can do that without any problem. WhatsApp will still work with just your phone number. The email is just an extra way to make sure you can always get into your WhatsApp, even if your phone is lost or stolen.
This additional email option will make sure that your account is safe. It is still being tested so normal users can use it right now. So it will come with a stable WhatsApp in-app update very soon. If you are interested in these types of new features you can join the beta program from the Google Play Store for Android and iOS its Test Flight.
Nothing Glyph Composer app receives a small update to fix bugs
Recently, new sound pack “Sampha” was added to the app. Now the composer app has got a new update 1.3.2. The What’s New section says,”Various bug fixes.”
However, I personally didn’t face any issues or bugs with the app on my Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2). But still company tries to make its app better than before so that no user gets a bug while using it.
Spotify CEO Calls Out Apple and Google for Unfair Play in Music Streaming
Spotify’s CEO Daniel Ek has spoken out against big tech companies like Apple and Google. He says they both control the music streaming market and also compete in it. This he feels is not fair.
Daniel Ek talked to the Financial Times about this. He said it’s like Apple and Google are the referees of a game but they are also playing in it. He thinks this is wrong and not good for other companies trying to compete.
He also said these big companies make their own rules. This can hurt other companies trying to do business. They also have a lot of control over how many people use the internet. Daniel Ek thinks this is too much power.
Because of all this, Daniel Ek is asking the UK government to make a new law. This law will make sure that if a company is in charge of a market it can’t also compete in that market. This law is called the Digital Markets Competition and Consumers Bill (DMCC). It is now being made.
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