New user interface for Google Chrome, Opera for Android with Crypto Wallet, Mobikwik loan service and more: Internet Daily

In today’s Internet daily life, we bring you the latest news from YouTube, Google, Twitter, Opera, Mobikwik, Facebook, and more. Scroll down to read all the news in one go.

Gboard for iOS supports Morse code

The iOS version of Gboard now supports Morse code with the latest update. This is great news for people with disabilities or those who like to communicate with Morse code.

Morse code support was available in the Android version of Gboard for some time. For those who want to learn to type using Morse code, there is free software Game from Google which will teach you.

Google Chrome for Desktop will be revised soon

Google is currently testing a new interface for its Chrome browser. The latest version of Google Canary, the developer version of Chrome, has had a nice hardware design overhaul on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

The new design brings changes to the address bar, colorful tabs, new icons and much more. It looks so much better than the boring look Chrome has had for a while now. Google is expected to release the new design, for the public version of Chrome, on September 2.

Opera for Android will soon get a crypto wallet

Cryptocurrency is a big thing in today’s world, and it’s everywhere. To keep up with the times, Opera seems to be testing an integrated crypto wallet on its Android application.

The e-wallet will store your cryptocurrency and ERC20 tokens in the browser. You can also send and receive tokens, all of which would be secured using your phone’s fingerprint reader or password. Would you like to try it ? Head to here!

YouTube launches Copyright Match tool to get rid of scammers

YouTube has launched a new tool called Copyright correspondence, which will help content creators get rid of channels that steal original content and then download them again. The tool scans each new uploaded video to check if it has already been uploaded or if it is similar to any other video.

For this to work, the videos cannot be clips, and the original downloader will need to have downloaded the video before the re-downloaded video. Once the tool finishes scanning, it will show the creator all matches and give them a few options to manage downloads. Creators with more than 100,000 subscribers will be able to use this tool from next week.

MobiKwik launches instant loan service

Users will soon be able to get instant loans worth Rs. 5000 from the MobiKwik app. The new service was recently announced by the company. He has partnered with Bajaj Finserv to launch the service, which will target new customers who do not have a credit score.

MobiKwik will also target small business owners who also do not have a credit score. These people do not benefit from loans from the banks. Even though the loans are small in size, they can be useful to those who need them.

Twitter launches bot cleaning service today

Social media site Twitter began removing bot accounts from users’ subscriber list starting today. Several companies had made a lot of money selling fake accounts to users and influencers just to increase the number of followers.

Twitter has been tackling this for a few months now, but it hasn’t changed the number of subscribers. However, from today the number of subscribers will also change. The company had deleted more than 70 million fake accounts in May and June of this year. And there is more to come. So if you see a change in the number of your followers, it’s probably because most of them were bots.

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