This week COVID-19 continues to dominate our newsfeeds as we process the impact it’s having on our daily lives
One of the favourite social distancing hangout tools to emerge, Zoom, has announced a 90-day freeze on their new features. This is so they can focus all their efforts on fixing important security and safety issues. YouTube are working around the clock to reduce suspicious content that is helping to spread the conspiracy theory about the link between 5G and coronavirus.
Messenger joined the Desktop club 💻
Facebook Messenger has upped their chat game by creating a new Desktop app that allows group video calls to take place on a computer screen.
YouTube got Shorts for Summer 😎
The OG video platform has decided to get down with the kids by rolling out a new short-form, user-generated video service to rival TikTok.
Are you staying 2 metres away? ✋
Snapchat and the World Health Organisation have created ‘My Social Distance’, an AR circle on the ground to help people keep their distance.
Supermarket safe sounds only 🎵
Grocery stores around the UK are curating their playlists to help calm coronavirus food shoppers. Tracks such as ‘Toxic’ by B Spears aren’t allowed.