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Google Maps makes it easier to find bike-sharing stations

If you’re in Montreal or Toronto, it’s going to be easier to find bike-sharing services in Google Maps. With the help of Ito World, you can get information like where to find a bike-sharing station, how many bikes are available there, and whether there’s an empty space for you to dock your bike when you get to your destination. Google started testing this feature out in New York City last year. But now it comes to cities like Montreal and Toronto as well as 21 other cities. These include Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Chicago, Dublin, Hamburg, Helsinki, Kaohsiung, London, Los Angeles, Lyon, Madrid, Mexico City, New Taipei City, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco Bay Area, São Paulo, Vienna, Warsaw, and Zurich. This bike-sharing feature comes to both iOS and Android versions of Google Maps and if you’re in the 24 cities mentioned above. There are plans to support more cities in the future.

Source: The Verge


‘Dr. Mario World’ goes live a day early

If you’ve been waiting for Dr. Mario World to drop today, we have some good news. The game landed on both Android and iOS a day earlier than the July 10th release date. This reimagined match-three puzzler follows the trend of games dropping a day or so earlier than its expected release dates. And it’s certainly a change we aren’t going to complain about. By releasing games ahead of its schedule, developers and publishers avoid the potential sudden and massive impact on servers when the game goes live. It makes sure players have a good experience right out of the gate, at least in theory. So, if you’ve been waiting for this freemium game to drop, well, now is your chance to try it out!

Source: Engadget


Apple releases the second public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

Apple dropped a bunch of updates for the beta versions of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The second public beta version for these two platforms come two weeks after the first update was released. And these should be accessible in the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Aside from this Apple also dropped the third developer beta for iOS 13. The developers who are using iPhone 7 get the update as they didn’t receive one the last time. It brings with it some improvements and changes, including the new FaceTime Attention Correction feature.

Source: 9to5Mac


‘Dr. Mario World’ is coming to Android and iOS on July 10th

You might have already heard that Dr. Mario World is making a comeback for mobile devices. We now get an official launch date for its release on both Android and iOS. This freemium game is a match-3 puzzle game where you need to eliminate viruses by aligning them with similarly-coloured capsules. You have a limited number of capsules, so you’ll need to be strategic when approaching this game. You can interact with other players, too. You can send or receive hearts from them for extra stamina or even battle them online in versus mode. If you want to shell out money, there are optional “diamonds” that you can cash in for items, restore stamina, or buy new doctors with special skills. Or you can use the old-fashioned way or the free way and earn it yourself.

Source: Engadget