Google will begin rolling out a customizable multi-column design for the Google+ stream later today, bringing sophisticated photo-editing tools into the platform and spinning out Hangouts as a free-standing app.
Tumblr has turned on a feature that allows users to post self-shot photos of themselves from their browsers.
Google+ users can now filter their search results on the platform to show only photo posts, according to software engineer David Cohen.
The gaffe-prone mobile-only social network Path yesterday released a major update that includes messaging and in-app purchasing.
Aviary, makers of a photo-editing software package used by Twitter, Flickr, Photobucket and Walgreens, has helped users edit 3 billion photos since it launched 18 months ago and counts on 35 million monthly active users, the company announced today.
An infographic from Chute sheds some light on why social networks are battling over photo uploads, filters and displays: Photos are the dominant content on the sites.
In today’s digital world, there’s even more to worry about when you break up with a partner. McAfee is recommending safe social media practices to abide by to help limit the digital damage. And keep in mind that your ex is more likely to look at your Facebook page after you break up than they ever were while you were together!
Twitter will allow users to expand photos, watch videos and read conversations from within the main Twitter feed.
The old capitalist saw has it that competition drives innovation, and users are certainly seeing a lot of competition among photo-sharing services of late.
Photo-sharing is a red-hot area of competition among software companies right now, and Dropbox upped its game this week with updates to its mobile apps. The more substantial Android update allows users to organize photos into albums and share them with others who aren’t Dropbox users.