In my opinion, Facebook search has always been severely lacking. Sure, you can search for people and pages (though those searches don’t always work so well either), but you could never search posts or what people were talking about. Facebook is changing that today.
The company has improved its search, which now supports searching public ... Read More »
Facebook has been churning out quite a few apps over the last year, and some have been more successful than others, but this latest effort seems pretty well tailored to their audience.
Riff is a video-recording app that lets you post videos up to 20 seconds long. Thus far, that sounds like any number of ... Read More »
Typos can ruin the best of photos, and with Instagram, there was no fixing the mistake. Forgetting your hashtags is no fun either. Thankfully, Instagram finally listened to the masses and updated the app with a new editing feature. This will allow you to edit the captions of previously posted photos in case ... Read More »
Nearly every photography app I can possibly think of always comes back to one thing: social. No one shares just to share. It’s all about seeing people like your photos, getting followers, and expanding your footprint on the Internet. I get the value in services like Instagram, where all of your photos are tracked and ... Read More »
Google+ for Android has received a feature update today that finally allows users to re-share posts they find interesting with others. This had been the biggest gripe to date with the Google+ Android application, and my stream is filled with literally hundreds of users rejoicing over the news.
Don’t care about the ability to re-share? ... Read More »
Completely out of the blue, Google has announced its long-rumored Google+ service. At first look, Google+ shows a lot promise. It might even prove Google does understand (gasp!) social–and even UI/UX–design.
Google+ has many fun and interesting features. (You can read all about them here.) But the one thing we’re interested ... Read More »
If you have been using your device to play games, you have probably heard of OpenFeint. OpenFeint is the largest mobile social gaming network in the U.S., with over 75 million users, counting both, Android and iOS. Well, this gaming giant has been acquired by Japan’s social gaming leader, Gree, which currently has over ... Read More »
Yes, yes, I know exactly what you’re thinking; Anthony has a love affair with SCVNGR. True, it’s no secret that I think SCVNGR is one of the most innovative and fun check in service around today, and I think you should try it out for yourself. I’m not going to go into the details here, ... Read More »
A new browser for Android has been making a splash with it’s extended set of features.