Twitter buys Android-related startup for undisclosed amount. Study finds using the social network leads to relationship turmoil, including cheating and divorce. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Don’t have an Android device? Don’t worry. Google has ways of keeping you in the family. Just check out the latest update to Google Hangouts.
Circa’s second generation mobile breaking news feed offers customizable content but could raise questions about the privacy of users.
Facebook is Testing a LinkedIn-Like ‘Professional Skills’ Section on User Profiles (The Next Web)
Facebook is in the process of implementing a new feature to your profile. Sociobits.org shared with us that the social network company is adding a Professional Skills section to user accounts, mirroring LinkedIn.
LinkedIn members have been able to use their mobile devices to find a company and search for job openings on the network since July, but the mobile apps were missing one thing: the ability to fill out an application.
After receiving less-than-stellar reviews of Facebook Home, Facebook has added just the cover feed to the newest version of Facebook for Android.
Though it was acquired by Google in 2011, Zagat is holding its ground as a stand-alone review service with the release of a new website and mobile app for Android and iPhone.
Tumblr today released mobile app updates for iOS and Android that will make it easier for users to discover new content on the blog network.
Taking advantage of Google’s beta testing tool launched at the I/O conference earlier this year, Facebook is now offering every Android user the ability to try out the new version of its Android app early. This will help the social network correct any issues with the app before launching to the general public.
Vodio has released an Android version of its video discovery app, the company announced today. Created in 2011, Vodio organizes videos into channels like tech, entertainment, and sports; and serves up new ones based on what’s already being shared on social networks as well as the user’s personal taste.