Sunday, November 18, 2018

Tag: social media

Snapchat says its “excited” about reactions to update, and we’re confused

People are not happy with Snapchat's update, and it's clear the app won't be reversing back to the app we knew and loved anytime soon. Snapchat's...

Instagram is testing a new Story feature, and we’re not about it

OK, we're not going to lie: We might take screenshots of Instagram Stories and posts every once in a while. However, Instagram appears to be...

What you need to know about Instagram’s new block on copyrighted content

Instagram has picked up Facebook's policy for scanning for and blocking copyrighted content. Read more: Here’s why people are hating the newest Instagram update As Variety explains, Facebook's Rights...

Here’s how to change your font on Snapchat

Yesterday, Snapchat introduced a new update that people aren't so happy about. However, they are giving Snapchatters a new way to tell their story with...

Snapchat has a new update, and people aren’t happy about it

Snapchat has rolled out a major update, and people are not happy about it. Read more: Snapchat launched merch, and it’s actually kind of amazing The app has made...

Snapchat launched merch, and it’s actually kind of amazing

Snapchat fans have plenty more to look forward to in its latest update. That's right: There's now a Snap Store, and you can pick...

Facebook will notify you when you’re in a photo—even if you’re not tagged

Facebook is changing the game once again, this time when it comes to facial recognition—and it's for a surprisingly good reason. Starting today, the...

These new photos of Twitter ghost Dear David are creepy as hell

Infamous Twitter "ghost" Dear David is back, and the new images of the supposed apparition are making our skin crawl. Take a look below...

It’s official: 280-character tweets are here

Ah, Twitter. The platform that has kept us stuck with a brief 140-character limit since its start—that is, until now. The social media platform announced...

The music community in 2017 won’t stand for bands’ B.S. — and other observations

As years pass, the alternative music culture and community changes gradually—as one would expect—particularly in the way they consume, embrace and respond to the...

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