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7 Most Popular Dating Apps in Nigeria 2021
Many Nigerians use dating apps and websites for many reasons, from hooking up to meeting new friends and for others, to find love.
For whatever reason or reasons you want to make use of a Dating App, the top seven especially popular among Nigerians have been collected in this article. Read more here.
Google adjusts Play Store ratings based on location for Android, iOS
The new tweak by Google is expected to help users view reviews and ratings before deciding whether to download an app to their devices. For example, if your device is registered in Japan, you’ll first see what other Japanese users think about the app you’re about to download. Read more here.
OnlyFans suspends plans to ban sexually explicit content after backlash
Popular adult content subscription service OnlyFans announced on Wednesday that it has suspended plans to ban sexually explicit content after widespread backlash from its users.
OnlyFans announced plans last week to block sexually explicit photos and videos from October 1 under pressure from its banking partners. Read more here.
TikTok bans viral ‘milk crate challenge’
TikTok announced that the popular “Milk Crate Challenge” has been banned from its platform due to concerns that users participating in the trend could be seriously injured.
TikTok users who took part in the challenge stack milk crates in a pyramid and then attempt to climb over the unstable structure. Read more here.
Galaxy S22 and S22+ get major zoom camera upgrade
Samsung reportedly introduces some camera design changes on the anticipated Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ to debut the new AMD-powered Exynos 2200, and a disappointment in downgrading the battery rather than an upgrade
The Galaxy S22 series may well be the best thing to come to Samsung or the biggest disappointment depending on how you look at it based on the rumors surrounding Exynos vs. Snapdragon chips, battery sizes and cameras present. Read more here.
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