GTA V will get a first-person mode, Skype previews its real-time Translator, The Internet Archive releases 900 free arcade games, and WhatsApp dreaded blue ‘read’ checks arrive. Check out this week’s hottest news in The Softonic Minute.
Soon you’ll be able to play Grand Theft Auto V in first person. The franchise has historically been played in third person view but developer Rockstar is adding a first person view in the upcoming release of GTA V for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Keep reading to see the first-person GTA V trailer.
Skype has launched a preview of its real time speech translation feature, and you can sign up to start testing it, although there are limited places available and you have to be using Windows 8.1. Click through to see a video preview of the new Skype translator feature.
The Internet Archive is dedicated to ensuring that we don’t lose all of our internet heritage, keeping copies of websites and much more, that has long since ceased to exist. Now, the organization has added over 900 classic arcade games that can be emulated and played free in your browser. Check out The Internet Archive’s Arcade to play your favorite throwback games.
WhatsApp messages have always been accompanied by ticks to show sent and delivered messages, but they have also been the source of some confusion. Now the company is experimenting with a third version: the blue double click that represents a message has been read, listened to or viewed. Read on for more info about the dreaded double blue tick.
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