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Gmail for iOS Gets Swipeable Messages, New Edit Mode

Google has just launched version 2.1 of their Gmail for iOS app and it comes with two really nice improvements. First, you can now swipe to view messages, meaning that you don’t have to navigate back to the inbox. The swiping works intuitively – swipe left to bring up newer messages and right for older ones. Though swiping is fun …

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Google+ Apps Updated with Photo Filters, Improvements to Profiles & Communities, and More

Google has just launched a major update to Google+ for iOS and Android, bringing photo filters, a brand new profile design, new features for communities, and much more. First off, the big, flashy new addition Google+ for iOS is photo filtering. It’s part of a photo editing update that also lets you rotate and crop your photos. There are now …

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Google+ Adds a New Search Filter for Photos

Google+ search has just gotten a little more useful. Now, when searching anything within the social network, you can filter the results to only show photos. Just search for whatever you’re looking for, and hit the drop-down menu at the top of the results. The option to filter by photos joins the other filtering options: everything, people and pages, communities, …

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Pinterest for iOS Updated with Better Pin Discovery, Profile Editing

Pinterest has just launched an update to their iOS app that brings two important functional features to the app and one minor, but fun cosmetic improvement to the iPad. With today’s update, you can now edit your profile inside the app – something that was a long time coming. Individual pin pages have also received a tuneup to help promote …

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Facebook for Android Update Mimics Earlier iOS Update

Facebook has just pushed an update for their Android app that mirrors changes pushed to their iOS app earlier this week. First off, the new version of Facebook for Android allows users to change their profile picture. This follows last month’s update, which gave users the ability to change their cover photos directly from the app. Earlier this week, Facebook …

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Hulu Launches a Redesign of Its Apple TV App

Hulu has just announced a significant redesign of its Apple TV app – one that they say make finding and viewing things much easier. “Right away, you’ll notice we’ve added content categories across the top navigation bar to make it easy to for you to jump to your chosen section – whether it is TV, Kids, Latino, Search, or something …

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Facebook for iOS Update Lets Users Edit Cover Photos, Makes Messaging Easier

Today, Facebook has released version 5.6 of its iOS app. The update brings the ability to change cover photos, as well as some improvements to messaging. First up, the new Facebook for iOS finally allows users to change their cover photos inside the app. This functionality has been available on Android for a few weeks, and now iOS users can …

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Pinterest’s Discovery-Focused Desktop Redesign Rolls Out to Everyone

Back in January, Pinterest began to test a brand new design that featured bigger, more informative pins and better navigation. Today, they are rolling out the new design to all users. If you don’t see the new design when you log on to Pinterest, just wait – you’ll get an invitation soon. The new look is all about discovery, as …

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Flickr for iOS Adds Hashtag Support

The new version of Flickr for iOS bringss the photo-sharing app a little more in line with similar social apps Instagram and Twitter. Now, when you take a no filter, beach picture in the middle of summer, you can post it on Flickr’s iOS app as a #nofilter picture of the #beach in #summer. Yep, Flickr for iOS now has …

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Foursquare for Android Now Shows Suggestions Based on Whether You’re a Tourist or a Local

Today, Foursquare is releasing an update to their Android app that they say will help put recommendations front and center, right when you open the app. “When you’re in a new city or neighborhood, Foursquare will show you popular places, sites, and must-see attractions. When you’re on your home turf, we’ll tell what spots are “new and notable” – places …

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Twitter Now Supports Line Breaks in Tweets on the Web

In how in the hell was that not already a thing news, Twitter has just added support for line breaks on the web. Before, users could only experience the great fun of fragmented tweets on mobile, but starting today you should be able to see line breaks on Twitter on the web. Now, you can properly view a haiku, or …

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Facebook Launches One-Column Timeline with More Focus on Interests

It looks like the news feed isn’t the only Facebook product getting a major refresh. For the past few months, Facebook has been testing a one-column Timeline layout that puts all your posts in one, larger column and everything else like music, photos, recent activity, and other Open Graph actions on the other side. Today, Facebook is beginning to roll …

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