Abs

Founder and CEO, Appy Pie, Abs has a cumulative experience of over 10 years in the world of technological development and entrepreneurship. His in-depth knowledge of the mobile app development technology and his sharp observations offer valuable contributions to the blog. His areas of expertise are SEO, trends in the mobile app world, and the latest innovations in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. He has a passion for fitness and likes to get his daily dose of endorphins from a run and a strenuous session in the gym, you can reach out to him at abs@appypieinc.com
US SEC sues founder and CEO of Ripple - Appy Pie
Business

SEC sues Founder and Current CEO of Ripple

US Securities and Exchange Commission is suing the former CEO and founder Christian Larsen, and its current CEO Bradley Garlinghouse of Ripple. The SEC says that they raised more than $1.3 billion through an unregistered securities offering. The suit claims…

TikTok - Appy Pie
Social Media

TikTok to adds warning screens to hide graphic videos

TikTok is making a set of modifications to its Community Guidelines. In addition to strengthening its response to bullying, TikTok is also planning to mask graphic content with warning screens. TikTok has revealed a newly updated set of community guidelines…

Twitch - Appy Pie
Business Tech

Twitch updates hateful content and harassment policy

Twitch today announced the new hateful content and harassment policy for its streamer community and confirmed that it will go into effect on January 22, 2021. Twitch is also announcing changes to its policies around harassment and hateful conduct. The…

Google Podcasts - Appy Pie
Tech

Google Podcasts now supports private RSS feeds

Google Podcasts is now getting a feature that is standard across most apps. It is called the private RSS feed support. Product head Google Podcasts, Zack Reneau-Wedeen, announced on Twitter and listed out few networks that are reliant on private…

Google Photos - Appy Pie
Tech

Google Photos to end free, unlimited storage in 2021

After five years of offering unlimited free photo backups at high quality, Google Photos will start charging for storage once the users upload more than 15 GB on their account. The change will take place from June 1st, 2021, and…