Google Plus, or Google+, is now available for iOS in the iTunes App Store. The social networking service, in which you divide up your friends, family and acquaintances into "Circles," has taken off in the past few weeks and has even seen defectors from Facebook. When the service launched, we said that mobile users Read More...
Twitter has updated the Vine app for iOS, bringing with it bugfixes and interface improvements. The Vine update adds a share button underneath posts on a users feed, allowing Vine makers to share their video clips easier than ever. Description Vine is the best way to see and share life in motion. Create short, beautiful, looping videos in a simple and fun way for your friends and family to see. Unlimited uploads and free Instantly post videos on Vine, then share to Twitter and Facebook (more coming soon!) Find, follow, … Read more
Instagram, the haven for photo-sharers with a penchant for filters, may go head-to-head with video-sharing Vine soon. An unidentified source told TechCrunch that Facebook will use its upcoming June 20th event to announce this new video feature. There’s no corroborating evidence, just the word of a source and a sensible argument that says such a move is almost inevitable for Instagram, Instagram may be the king of photo-sharing, but it likely sees the rising popularity of video sharing services like Vine from Twitter and wants a piece of the action. With an infrastructure already in place … Read more
Facebook has announced a press event on this upcoming Thursday, June 20th. Very little information was given as to what to expect, however, the invitation does mention a “new product”. Probably the strangest part of the mysterious event was how it was announced. Members of the press received invitations by mail. Not email, snail mail. Cards were mailed out physically in a quaint nod to the days before you could overshare with a keystroke. Reading simply, “A small team has been working on a big idea. Join us for coffee … Read more
Vine for Android is now the top downloaded Social App on the Google Play Store, putting Instagram, the previous winner, out to pasture. Vine was released on iOS last January, and the six-second clip making social app quickly rose to popularity in the Social App realm. The app has only been available for Android for a week, and has already climbed to the top of the most frequently downloaded apps on the Google Play Store, coming in at #4. Although the Android release lacked the use of the front-facing camera … Read more
Even with the HTC First Facebook phone basically dead in the water, Facebook is still committed to updating and improving its Facebook Home software, which is in use on a few other Android handsets as well. Facebook has updated their Android app today, which brings improvements to the standalone Facebook app as well as Facebook Home. For traditional Facebook app users, the update brings the ability to send multiple photos in one message, and an easier way to filter shared content. For Home users, a new customizable favorites tray for … Read more
A few days ago, the developer behind Falcon Pro teased the latest version of the popular Twitter client and the update is now live in the Google Play Store. The update brings possibly one of the most-requested features since the application debuted, multiple account support. What’s in this version: #v2.0 – NEW : Multi Account Support – NEW : Flat design UI – NEW : Black Theme – NEW : Option to Swipe between columns (Android 3+) – NEW : Transition animations (Android 3+) + Bugfixes and improvements Falcon Pro … Read more
Twitter has updated its official app for Windows Phone today, bringing some new camera features and bugfixes to the app. Here’s a list of what’s new: Lens app integration. An improved tweet composition experience with photo filter support. Just tap the camera icon to capture an image from your phone’s viewfinder, or pull in a shot from your Camera Roll. Then apply one of 8 new filters (you can see them below). Play embedded Vine videos directly from within tweets. Save tweeted photos to your phone. Refresh lists on-demand. The … Read more
Falcon Pro, one of Android’s nicest Twitter clients, is set to get an update that will bring one of the most requested features since its debut: multiple account support. The official Falcon Pro for Android Twitter account tweeted the following earlier today: Simple, Fast, Multi Account switching on Falcon Pro v2.0. #comingsoon twitter.com/falcon_android… — Falcon for Android (@falcon_android) June 4, 2013 Here it is. New “Flat Design” themes. In three flavours. #comingsoon twitter.com/falcon_android… — Falcon for Android (@falcon_android) June 4, 2013 The developer behind Falcon Pro has been … Read more
Record Setter CEO and founder, Dan Rollman just tore a hole through the space time continuum of the internet. Stare deep, deep into the vortex and know what it is to see everything, and nothing at all. Yes folks, it is a Tweet of a Vine of an Instagram of a Tumblr post of a Facebook post of a Tweet. The electromagnetic pulse can come now. The internet has reached its perfect form. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night. This is a tweet of a Vine … Read more
Twitter has updated both its Android and iOS applications with a few tweaks that make the official application closer to the much better third-party Twitter apps available today. On the Android side, Twitter now supports expandable notifications within the notification panel, allowing you to actually peek at what’s said instead of the previous “New interations” notification. On the iOS side, Twitter has now killed off the borders for the timeline, allowing tweets to fill the screen. Here are a couple more features you can expect to find in the new … Read more
When people talk about the HTC First and why it could have flopped, most resort to just blaming Facebook Home for lacking features or being too tied in to the Facebook ecosystem. These are both fair arguments, I suppose. Facebook Home did strip away a lot of what people like about Android in favor of a closed Facebook-controlled environment, as well-designed as the UI was. What I’m surprised about is virtually no one making the link between the HTC First and Microsoft’s Kin One and Kin Two devices of 2010. … Read more
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