Americans are spending more time on mobile screens than they are TV screens, thanks to the success of independent app developers.
After years of being a social network without an official app, Reddit acquired one of the most popular third-party applications — and its developer.
The new app provides blur, self-destruct, single-use permalinks and scramble technology to provide a more secure messaging experience.
A third-party application for saving disappearing snaps claimed responsibility for the recent leak, saying its servers were compromised.
Like a sandwich? Just swipe right. Like your dog? Swipe right. Don’t like swiping? Your thumb’s out of luck.
A new, easy-to-use app from JibJab lets users customize GIFs for sharing.
‘Pay with RadPad’ lets you put your rent on a credit card.
If you’re one of those note-takers and list-makers who hoard Post-Its, it’s time to let go.
Social media users respond to iPhone problems with #Bendgate. Juice Mobile, Twitter’s MoPub unveil partnership. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Our social media ‘snacking’ and overall app engagement is on the rise.