Instagram is rolling out an update that lets users vote for things you post in your Stories with emojis. A new slider sticker will allow users to tell you how they feel about something, whether it be a new food kick or that fresh mixtape
It seems every few weeks, there’s some sort of new social media app or client that tries to shake things up. Twitter, for instance, as seen its own fair share of clients over the past few years for both iOS and Android. They seem to
If you hate changing passwords, today’s not your day. Twitter has announced the existence of a bug that exposed users’ passwords in plain text. It’s unclear who this information is visible to or how many users’ passwords were exposed. As a precautionary measure, the company
Instagram has announced a slew of new features it will begin rolling out to its mobile apps. For starters, the social network is bringing Spotify and GoPro integration to Stories. Now, when you tap the Share menu while playing a song in Spotify (such as
If you haven’t heard, Facebook has been in the middle of a serious privacy scandal for months. (Here’s a CNBC article that outlines exactly when went down in case you live under a rock.) This led to a meeting between founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Instagram has announced it’s now allowing users to upload multiple photos and videos all at once within its app. By tapping on a certain button in the camera interface, you’ll be able to select more than one picture or video clip to share on your
Instagram today announced two new features it’s bringing to its app for iOS and Android. The first addition is a feature called Focus which is basically the platform’s version of the popular portrait mode camera trick we’ve been seeing in smartphones nowadays. It’s accessible via
Snapchat today released an update to its mobile apps that lets users video chat with up to 16 of their friends simultaneously. The feature is similar to standard video chatting in which up to two people can participate, but now, you can add 14 other
Instagram has announced its updating its mobile apps to support links to other users and hashtags in your bio. Before, if you added an @username or #hashtag to your personal bio, all you had was static text that couldn’t take you anywhere within the app.
And so the back and forth continues.
Facebook today updated its Messenger Lite messaging app with the ability to video call your contacts. This comes after the company initially made the app more widely available as an alternative to the main Messenger app that, at this point, is so bogged down with features
Code reveals the photo sharing platform may soon get a feature many smartphones ship with nowadays.
Not confirmed yet, but it basically is.
You can also share tweets in more places
We’ve all been asking Instagram to let us repost photos and videos from our timeline to our profile for years, and third-party apps have helped with that. But finally, after years of complaints from users, it looks like the social network is giving in. Kind
Instagram is updating its app today and granting users the ability to type messages as part of their daily Stories. The feature works similarly to Facebook’s text post feature where you can select a different background for your text to appear over. There’s also a
The tweetstorm has been at the heart of Twitter since 2014 when the social networking platform allowed threading of tweets. Many have sent their own fair share of rants on the platform using this format, but up until now have had to use a third-party
Instagram is adding a new feature to its mobile apps today. As reported by The Verge, the social platform now lets you follow hashtags much like you would a person or brand. You can simply look up a hashtag like you would normally, and at
A report from earlier today said Instagram was gearing up to introduce a dedicated app for its Direct messaging service, and now an APK of the app has been published by the folks at APK Mirror. Currently being tested in Chile, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, and