Pick one of Art Passport’s rotating options, drop your phone in a Google Cardboard-style VR viewer, and suddenly it’s like there’s a real-life Warhol right in front of you.
(But just like a real gallery, no touching the artwork). No problem: You can view the galleries in 360 degrees on your phone just fine.
The refreshed version of Google’s virtual travel app, which is rolled out in April, includes a new Voyager feature for exploring curated digital journeys.
The company is also growing at a faster rate than ever before, hitting 700 million monthly users in April, which was up from 600 million just four months earlier.
Most social apps are designed for making conversation easier and faster, but few are made with the intention of helping those suffering from communication disorders.
Get some help cleaning up with Empower, a new money management app designed to help you make sense of your financial life.
It helps you track your spending by category, it can automatically transfer some of your income into your savings account, and it can even transfer money between accounts with different banks.