In a nice example of the scalability of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), the Windows 10 version of the Twitter app now lets you pin users to the Start menu.
Recent Social Stories
Facebook announced that it will meet the requirements of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect in late May.
Facebook isn't giving up on Stories, and so it's bringing a really cool AR drawing feature to Stories and Instagram's popular Boomerang feature.
My approach to Facebook and other social networks is consistent with my general approach to technology: All things in moderation.
LinkedIn partners with Google's GIF platform Tenor to bring GIFs to messages.
Instagram introduces an algorithm-powered portrait mode for Stories.
Snapchat brings three new iPhone X face filters powered by the device's TrueDepth camera system.
Facebook now lets you send high quality videos on Messenger, as well as immersive 360-degree photos.
Snapchat copies another popular Instagram Stories feature, introduces group video calling abilities.
A data mining firm stole data of 50 million Facebook users to manipulate voter behavior, but is it really Facebook's fault?
Instagram says new posts will now show up more often in its algorithmic feed as it addresses recent backlash.
Snapchat's new design changes so much of the app, it's turned into a colossal app for long-time users. And it likely won't go away.
Snap brings Snapchat's Map out of its mobile apps with the launch of a new web version as executives push to bring Stories everywhere.
Snapchat now lets users purchase and make their own custom AR face lenses, and it's also introducing new text styles, just like Instagram Stories.