The study found that 70 percent of social sharing takes place via texting, phone calls, Facebook or Twitter.
The dog days of summer are here, and so is this giveaway from Amazon: a package of 30 apps worth well over $100.
Despite Samsung being the most popular smartphone maker and Android being the most popular operating system, developers still design for iOS first.
With the increase of new users, Twitter’s stock price is up, and the company is looking to capitalize on a hidden market.
The makers of Yo filed a complaint to the App Store, asking for the removal of parody app YOLO.
The app may not be profitable yet, but it’s clear that IAC is working on turning its “rising star” into a money-maker.
Access to historical data on Twitter is usually restricted to one or two years, but Hindsight users can view tweets that stretch back to the platform’s inception.
Sharknado 2 makes waves on Twitter. Online reviews site Yelp sees first profit since going public. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
If you want to stand out, ditch the buzzwords and tell us what problem you’re solving.
The biggest challenges for diversity in tech? Networking and culture.