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Users will be able to scroll around live 360-degree video, but only select users can post it for now.
It was the year the of Pokémon Go, Instagram, and Apple Music.
From mobile augmented reality to social live-streaming, here are the trends that iPhone apps brought to the mainstream this year. And what we should expect in 2017.
Another week, another Facebook app builds upon what Snapchat started.
Twitter will integrate Vines into its main app, in a similar way that Boomerang is used to post on Instagram.
Fabricated news stories will be evaluated by third-party fact-checking organizations and marked with a “disputed” tag in the News Feed.
Tinder just released a tvOS app so it's easier for your friends and family to question your dating choices.
Snapchat Groups lets you share posts with up to 16 people at once.
Now, you can use the Instagram app for live-streaming.
Facebook released its list of the most discussed topics for 2016. It ain't pretty.
Even Facebook lets you have a little privacy, letting you send encrypted messages using the Secret Conversation feature in Facebook Messenger. Here’s how it works.
The photo-sharing platform is doing what Twitter won’t: giving users tools to fight abuse.
Facebook is turning to its user base to help solve its clickbait and fake news problems.
Facebook has launched Facebook Instant Games, placing social games directly within its News Feed and Messenger app and tacitly discouraging users from turning to other mobile games and third-party chat services.
Twitter has ramped up filtering and reporting options on its website and in its mobile apps.
Facebook may soon help you find the closest public Wi-Fi access point with a new feature in its mobile app.
Instagram just lifted one addictive feature from Facebook and the other from Snapchat.