More tech news including Tinder getting live video chats and Zoom for Android with the ability to live stream to YouTube.
It’s an exciting day in today’s tech world. On the one hand, Facebook’s head of public policy in India, Ankhi Das, announced that she was leaving the company. On the other hand, Instagram has brought Facebook Messenger integrated into the platform in India.
Additionally, Tinder has rolled out live video chat globally.
So here’s everything that’s happened in today’s technology:
Facebook’s head of public policy in India, Ankhi Das, resigns
Facebook’s head of public policy in India Ankhi Das announced today that it has resigned from the company. In her Facebook post announcing the news, she said she had resigned from Facebook to pursue her ‘personal interest in public service’.
Face to Face video chat on Tinder launches globally
Tinder today rolled out a video calling feature called ‘face to face’ video on its platform globally. The feature is intended to allow users to find a life partner during a pandemic when it’s not ideal to meet other people without leaving the app.
Instagram has Messenger integrated
Instagram today brought Facebook Messenger integration to Instagram in India. Instagram users on Android and iOS will get the update in the app starting today.
Amazon launches seller registration, account management service in Tamil
Amazon today has Tamil language support for its Marketplace sellers. Support includes order management, inventory management, and performance access.
Zoom brings end-to-end encryption, YouTube live streaming on Android
Launch today rolled out a major update on its Android app. The update brings end-to-end encryption, YouTube live streaming, and other features to Android apps on the Google Play Store.