Tagged: Social Networking
Tumblr has just let out a new version of its Android app that brings in some much awaited features. Among other things, the update adds support on mobile devices for one of the most popular uses of the social networking and microblogging service: animated GIFs.
Twitter is planning to close the service.
Facebook just can't get enough of the reports and feedback that its getting from volunteers who have helped test beta versions of its Facebook for Android app. Now the social networking giant seeking even braver souls to help it squash bugs even sooner with its new alpha testing program.
Samsung is introducing a new app with an old concept for its stylus-enabled smartphones. The new PEN.UP Android app brings in a touch of social networking to connect creatives and doodlers all over the world to showcase, share, and inspire one another with masterpieces made using their S Pen.
Twitter has just announced the rollout of a new feature that will excite avid and hardcore Twitter users but may also annoy a few. Starting today, the Twitter app for Android and iOS will be sending push notifications for recommendations based on the hottest stuff from your Twitter friends' own timelines.
Foursquare's system of letting your friends, and sometimes the whole world, know where you're at. Now the company is introducing a new feature that harnesses the data they've collected over the years to give you suggestions without having to ask for it.
Foursquare app update has arrived in the Google Play Store and this is one that should be welcomed by those who are often checking in with others. The folks at Foursquare have said this new feature has been their most requested. With that, Foursquare for Android users will now be able to check-in for friends. Thankfully though, this update does involve more than simply being able to check your friend in (or have your friend check you in).