Everyone can now mirror notifications between their Android phone and Windows 10 PC

Microsoft’s been toying with the idea of mirroring your phone’s notifications (and more) to Windows 10 for quite a while. The feature was previously present for beta-testing folks running the so-called “insider” builds, and yesterday the company formally announced that notification mirroring has arrived for the rest of us — though reports indicate that the rollout is happening gradually.

Notifications have arrived! With the Your Phone app, you can now receive and manage your Android phone’s notifications on your PC. Read MoreEveryone can now mirror notifications between their Android phone and Windows 10 PC was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Facebook's 'Today In' local news feature is now available in more than 400 US cities

For better or worse, a lot of people get their news primarily from Facebook. The social network is aware of this, and earlier this year, started testing a feature called Today In, which brings curated local stories to users. The feature is apparently progressing well, as Facebook has announced that it’s now available in more than 400 cities around the United States.

Today In has its own section in the Facebook app, and aggregates stories and events relevant to users in a specific cities. Read MoreFacebook’s ‘Today In’ local news feature is now available in more than 400 US cities was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Instagram adds notifications to its browser app and Instagram Lite

If you use Instagram’s mobile web app, then you’ve likely been waiting patiently for the addition of notifications since it launched in the first half of 2017. That wait is finally over. Now, Instagram users who log in from Chome can turn on notifications for when they get new followers, likes, or comments. The change also applies to Instagram Lite, which is still in testing, and more or less a wrapper of the mobile site. Read MoreInstagram adds notifications to its browser app and Instagram Lite was written by the awesome team at Android Police.