“Texting is tacky. Calling is awkward. Email is old.” – Because a message delivered by Somebody is not just for Anybody.
App Links is an open source project that endeavors to standardize the way apps communicate.
To counter the tidal wave of self-portraits, this anti-selfie app, SLMMSK, is using facial recognition to wipe that grin off of your face.
The iPhone app Thunderstorm lets users create “tweetstorms” with an easy-to-use interface.
Apps that provide a useful reason for push notifications fare better than apps that send too many.
The addition of video to the Facebook app Instagram wasn’t just a competitive swipe at Twitter’s Vine app. It’s changing the way one original reporting site is presenting the news.
If you’ve ever wanted to instant message other bloggers on Tumblr, a new app may be coming your way. Recently launched in private beta, Babblr allows Tumblr members to chat with with their friends and followers and to create groups.
Facebook announced today a new application that will put Facebook activity front and center on Android devices. Facebook Home is neither an operating system nor an actual phone, the company said, but a “family of apps” that puts the social network on the home screen instead of in an apps folder.
These days there are so many ways to share your photos and videos—via email, on Facebook, on photo-sharing sites like Flickr and Picasa—but none are truly ideal for sharing photos privately with your family. Familio aims to solve this problem with a new app for Android, iOS and the web that makes it easy to share family photos and videos in a safe, private environment.
Foursquare will now show members what’s new in their city on the Android version of the social network’s mobile app. The “new and notable” feature, announced yesterday, shows Foursquare users places that have recently opened in their area. Visitors can still find recommended restaurants, bars, and other attractions.