Instagram Adds Proper Link and Photo Sharing to Direct Messages

Instagram today introduced a minor but notable upgrade to their Direct messaging service built into their mobile app. As per their blog post, the social platform now lets users share photos and videos and have them appear properly in one's message thread. Before, they were oddly cropped and unidentifiable at first glance as to whether … Continue reading Instagram Adds Proper Link and Photo Sharing to Direct Messages

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Google Photos Now Lets You Archive Pictures and Videos

We may have just seen Facebook bring the feature to Instagram, but Google is now also allowing users to archive their pictures and videos in the Google Photos app. While viewing any picture in your gallery, just tap the overflow menu and hit "Archive" to make any photo or video private. This is Google's way of … Continue reading Google Photos Now Lets You Archive Pictures and Videos

Twitter’s Android App is Getting a Much Rounder UI

Twitter is always testing new UI elements and tweaks, and this latest update takes things to a new level. Building on top of last year's major material redesign, the Twitter app for Android is now adopting a simpler, circular UI which stretches to every crack and crevis of the application. We've taken screenshots for you … Continue reading Twitter’s Android App is Getting a Much Rounder UI

Google Now Lets You Share Your Photos, Calendar, and Notes with Your Family

Google has added more services to its ever-growing list of shareable content across your Google Play Family Library. If you're not already familiar, Google recently introduced family support so those in your household could access specific content on their own device without having to log into your account. At launch, Google Play Movies, apps, games, … Continue reading Google Now Lets You Share Your Photos, Calendar, and Notes with Your Family

You Can Now Go Live on Facebook with a Friend

https://www.facebook.com/facebook/videos/10155836642011729/ Facebook has updated its Live broadcasting feature to allow more than one person stream at the same time. Now, those who start a live broadcast can invite one of their friends to join in, whether that person appears in the comment section or your friends list. More info on how to add someone to a … Continue reading You Can Now Go Live on Facebook with a Friend

Instagram Now Lets You Archive Your Pictures for Private Viewing

Instagram is now rolling out an update to both iOS and Android users in which you can now archive your pictures and videos, therefore allowing only yourself to view them. The social platform is touting the feature as a better alternative to simply deleting your photos as you may wanna view them at a later … Continue reading Instagram Now Lets You Archive Your Pictures for Private Viewing

Newton Email App Now Available in Beta for Windows 10

I'll admit, I'm guilt of using the email app Newton (formally CloudMagic). It's a premium email client for iOS, Android, and Mac that lets you access all of your email addresses by logging into one, single account stored on Newton's servers. It's just stupid convenient to punch in one email address and one password to … Continue reading Newton Email App Now Available in Beta for Windows 10

Facebook Messenger Gets Another Redesign, This Time to Reposition Focus on Messaging

Facebook is really screwing around with Messenger lately. They turned it into a camera app you can text people from, another place to view Stories - heck, they even want you to play games inside it. But here's the thing: none of this matters. Because at the end of the day, most people are just … Continue reading Facebook Messenger Gets Another Redesign, This Time to Reposition Focus on Messaging