After the termination of parking concessionaire Godell Parking Sdn Bhd, Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has reintroduced parking coupons last year which isn’t the most convenient way to pay for parking. You’ll need to buy the coupons in advance and it could be cumbersome if you need to display multiple coupons on your dashboard.
If you hate coupons, there’s a new alternative and you can pay for parking using your smartphone very soon.
Samsung Pay is officially turning one, and they’ve got some pretty snazzy rewards for those who are using the app during their anniversary period.
A few years ago, Samsung debuted mySamsung, an app that not only provided privileges and assistance to Samsung mobile phone users but also rewarded them and helped efficiently manage your device. Now, it’s getting some changes and Samsung says it’s even better than before.
Facebook apparently now can use selfies to help users verify their identities, in their bid to catch suspicious activity on the platform.
Instagram‘s just debuted a new feature that allows you to doodle on images posted by your friends, in a bid to encourage users to private message each other more.
Google has just dropped their brand new free Files Go file manager for Android, and it can help to free up more space by clearing unwanted files hassle-free.
No longer will we need to suffer trying to cram in as much as we can into Twitter‘s 140-character limit, as the platform’s new word limit is now getting rolled out to users.
WhatsApp is finally getting a very much requested feature, the ability to properly delete/recall messages that have been erroneously sent out.
YES has just released their new mobile self care app which allows customers to better manage their postpaid and prepaid accounts. To encourage more downloads, YES is giving 1GB of free data which is redeemable from the app.