All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Updates’

Instagram Update Improves Camera, Adds New Filter

Instagram has just launched an update to its iOS app that they say is the “largest upgrade to our Instagram iOS camera since it was revamped just over one year ago.” Don’t feel left out, Android users – you get plenty of other cool updates including a new filter. First, the iOS camera. Instagram has made some significant changes in …

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Foursquare for Small Businesses Gets Better with Customizable Events

Foursquare has just made a small tweak that will make the service much better for small businesses attempting to interact with customers via events. Starting today, location owners on the service can create their very own events that users can specifically check-into when they check-in to the location. For example, the local bookstore can now create a special event for …

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Spotify Adds New Follow & Discovery Features, Now Rocks Metallica

Spotify has just announced a significant update to the service, one that focuses on music discovery. It’s all based on the theory that Spotify users complain about not knowing what to listen to, “and artists say they want to connect more closely with fans” – at least according to CEO Daniel Ek. Soon, Spotify users will be greeted with two …

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Foursquare Improves Check-In Screen with iOS Update

Foursquare has just released v5.3.5 of their iOS app and it brings some changes to check-ins, among other minor tweaks. First off, the check-in screen is cleaner and has reduced some unnecessary clutter. Instead of displaying “check-in” up top, the app now displays the place name. You knew you were checking-in already, right? There’s now a map instead of an …

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Google Adds Interactive Places “Carousel” to iPad Search Results

Google has just launched an update for iPad users that makes places searches more “interactive.” Mainly, Google has added a new scrolling results bar that when clicked, displays expandable place cards for whatever location you’re interested in – restaurants, bars, shops, and more. “Starting today, English-speaking iPad users in the U.S. will see a new, interactive experience when they search …

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Foursquare Lets Users Explore Locations That Just Opened

Foursquare has added a new category to their explore tab that allows users to sort the millions of location available on the service in a fun new way. Now, if you’re looking to try a new restaurant or bar, you can see locations that just recently opened with a single tap. “Want to find the latest and greatest in your …

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Twitter Updates Apps with Media-Rich Discovery, Better Search

Twitter has been working to make the tweet a self-contained entity for some time now. They want the tweet to contain all of the media that a user needs to get the full experience – with no need to click away to access photos, videos, or even article content. These fuller tweets have existed on desktop for some time, and …

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Facebook Rolling Out Dedicated Pages Feed

Earlier this month, we told you about a test Facebook was running that gave users a new type of news feed to browse. This new feed was called the Pages Feed and only contained content from pages that users follow – no content from friends. It wasn’t simply more page content integrated into the regular news feed, but a standalone …

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LinkedIn Adds Mobile Profile Editing to Its App

LinkedIn today announced the launch of what it call the most requested feature for its mobile app. Users will now be able to edit their profile from within the LinkedIn app. More specifically, users will be able to update their profile with a new headline, add new skills, or add a new position. In addition, profile photos can be taken …

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LinkedIn Now Lets You Edit Your Profile on Its Mobile Apps

LinkedIn has just released updates to their iOS and Android apps that brings one of the most-requested features to the mobile platform. Starting today, LinkedIn users can now edit their profiles via mobile. So if you just got hired, got a promotion, or realized that your profile pic makes you look like a weirdo – you can now fix that …

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Facebook’s Friendship Pages Get Updated for the Timeline Era

Facebook is finally bringing their Friendship Pages around to the new era by making them look more like the Timeline. Before this update, these pages still had the look and feel of the old Facebook profile. Facebook debuted Friendship Pages back in 2010 as a wal for users to look at their interactions with their friends. The Friendship Pages show …

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Foursquare Lets You Tag Facebook Friends, Even If They Don’t Use Foursquare

On Monday, Foursquare updated their apps with a new rating system for locations. Now, when you find a business using the explore feature, it will have a number rating (from 1-10) attached. According to the company, this type of rating is determined through various signals including tips, likes, popularity, loyalty, and more. They say that it’s a much better rating …

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