The last week of April was all about bugs, glitches, and leaks.
Google and Microsoft dealt with critical flaws in Chrome and Teams, respectively; Reddit struggled with the mess of its all-new Chat rooms feature, while Xiaomi faced allegations of collecting data from certain "backdoors" in its apps.
Let's take a look back at everything that happened.
There was also an issue that prompted users to download app updates on Google Play Store even though they have already been installed on their devices. This particular glitch has also been fixed by the internet giant.
Google Meet now free, Shoelace shutting down
Among other things, Google also made Meet, its premium virtual meeting service taking on Zoom, free for users around the world.
Meanwhile, Reddit rolled out chat rooms to enable randomized group chats in subreddits but pulled the feature back within a day of release in light of several complaints regarding the implementation of the capability.