With most digital natives now saving files on the cloud, it makes sense that we share documents, spreadsheets, images, etc by just sharing the links to these files instead of attaching them to emails and waiting forever to
One of the greatest joys (or most annoying) things about the Tumblr social network is the presence of various GIFs that are either the perfect answers or reactions to certain posts or actual posts themselves. But previously,
It’s hard to keep a conversation going on Tumblr due to its comment structure. Yes, you do have a nice back and forth going on someone’s post, but it’s hard to keep track sometimes. The folks over at Yahoo (who bought
Tumblr has had an Android app available for quite a while now, except there was some missing functionality. In the past Tumblr users were able to create posts, comment on posts and also reply to comments using the Android app.
Tumblr has seen an update, and it’s oddly simple — but brilliant. This time around, we’ll get the ability to search for multiple tags or topics at once, and return different results when we use the hashtagging feature. This
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
Facebook Home received an update in the beta channel earlier in the month. While that update was only available for those playing in the beta channel, it did add the ability to connect additional social accounts. In short,
Facebook Home is getting another update and this time around they are bringing even more social to your lockscreen. The folks at Facebook have announced integration with Flickr and Instagram as well as Tumblr and Pinterest.
The folks at Tumblr have rolled out the latest Android app update. This update has arrived as version 3.4.0 and it currently available in the Google Play Store. This latest update probably isn’t what many would consider a
The popular site Tumblr has been in the news quite a bit lately. Mainly for passing the 100 million blog milestone and a few app redesigns, but today we’re getting some less than stellar news. Well, it’s good and bad.