Google Translate gets offline, Facebook will ban monetizing, Facebook's video chat app, Twitter premium video

Google Translate gets offline translations in many Indian languages -

Google added many Indian languages like Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu for offline use in its translate app. Now, you can download these languages in the app.

Facebook will ban monetizing on violence and tragedy content -

As per Facebook's official blog, Facebook will change its guidelines for monetizing on user contents. The rule will applies for violent, sexual, or otherwise inappropriate behavior, tragedy, conflict, death, etc.

Facebook testing a stand alone video chat app -

As per The Verge, Facebook testing a stand alone group video chat app called Bonfire. Instead of group video calling, you can also apply Snapchat-like effects, and share pictures to Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger.

Twitter signed more than 35 premium video content deals in Asia Pacific -

Popular microblogging platform signed over 35 partnerships deal for premium video content in the Asia Pacific region. These partnerships with ICC, Filmfare Awards, NDTV and Network18 will bring hundreds of hours of new exclusive videos and live original programming, live games and events.

Facebook removed instant articles from Messenger-

Recently, Facebook removed self hosting instant articles from Messenger app. Facebook was launched Instant article format in 2015 to speed up page load time in core app, which was later expanded to Messenger.