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Vine Successor ‘Byte’ Now Available [Download]

Byte, the successor to the once popular Vine app, is now available for download.
Founded in 2012, Vine let users share six second looping video clips. Twitter acquired the company later that year and officially launched it in 2013. By the end of 2016, Twitter decided to shut down the app, archiving its videos in January of 2017.
Later that year, Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann announced he was working on a Vine successor called V2; however, in May 2018 he postponed those plans for legal and financial reasons. Then in November of 2018, Hufman announced Byte.

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Check Out This New iPhone 12 Pro Max Concept [Video]

Check out this new concept for an Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max featuring a 6.7-inch display and an iPad Pro inspired frame. The concept was created by Hasan Kaymak Innovations.
I'm back with another Apple iPhone 12 Pro Concept Phone Video. It has an 45W Charger, which can charge up to 80% in only 25 minutes. Furthermore, the concept supports fast wireless charging. The Torx screws are gone now. There's no need for any torx screews on the metal frame, because of the display is sticked on the frame.
Other features include an A14 Bionic chip, USB-C, Laser AF and IR Depth Sensor, iBeam, Punchhole 4K FaceTime Camera with OIS, Fast Charging, 45W charger, and more.

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Revenue From U.S. Subscription Apps Grew 21% Last Year to $4.6 Billion [Chart]

Revenue from app subscriptions in the U.S. grew 21% last year to $4.6 billion, according to a new report from Sensor Tower. This number only includes spending in the top 100 non-game applications.
Our research found that revenue generated by these apps in 2019 accounted for 19 percent of the $24 billion accumulated through user spending for the entire U.S mobile market, which includes the App Store and Google Play. Of the 100 highest grossing non-game apps across both stores last year, we found that 96 offered subscription options.

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