Some languages have both a masculine and feminine version for words, and Arabic is one of them. Twitter has officially now rolled out support for the feminine version, catering to many female users across the MENA region.
Snap brings their new entertainment platform Spotlight in Snapchat across the Middle East and North Africa region, giving users the chance to highlight their fun and entertaining snaps to more users in the Snapchat community.
For the Twitch users worldwide, the Amazon-owned company has announced that they’re lowering their subscription prices by switching to local currency payments. Pricing will be adjusted to your location.
With YouTube being very popular across the Middle East and North Africa region, the release of YouTube Kids in the region with Arabic support provides a simpler and entertaining way for children to discover great videos with parental guidance.
Apple is expanding their Independent Repair Provider to more countries worldwide (including across the Middle East and North Africa region). That means your nearest electronics repair store can sign up to be an authorized repair center at no cost.
Many platforms have been embracing the ephermal format popularized by Snapchat. After limited testing in select countries, LinkedIn Stories is expanding to more countries including many in the Middle East and North Africa region.