The What: So Instagram is planning to hide like counts on their app. They will be rolling this (feature?) out to a limited set of users on the United States only. Only the creator will be able to view like count of his/her post. After testing for a few days, the future of this feature will be decided. The rollout should start within 1 week. The Why? According to the CEO, they want to make the Instagram ecosystem less competitive and reduce their users' stress. Conclusion The like count is responsible for people's dopamine surge. So this step, though a healthy one, might affect many people's business negatively.
Credit: Racchio H owdy! Finally the exams are over, and thanks to our holy goat it wasn't too bad you know! So I decided to stop wasting time with those shits and do my job, i.e. blogging. Today I'm gonna discuss the easiest way to hide folders or files in android. You may need to hide folders because of your nasty cousin or because of ultra-personal stuffs (you know what I mean). And the best part about the process is that you don't need any third party app. Sounds interesting, no? So alright let the mission begin. Cool Article: 5 Damn Awesome Android Launchers you can't Miss! Stuffs You're Gonna Need: A working android device. A File Manager (default). Few fingers to work with. A Goat (optional). F irst of all switch on your phone and unlock it (just kidding). N ow open your file manager. For this tutorial, I'm using the default file manager of my Galaxy Y (don't laugh, old is gold). N ext go to your file manager settings and loo