The Pheed app is an incredibly useful tool, letting you check in on all of your social networks in one place.
Whether you’ve just started dating or have just broken up, social media can be your best friend or worst enemy.
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
Put this one in the category of, “things that might make the internet break in Philadelphia.”
“Food porn” might actually be more of a turn off to your taste buds.
The Facebook-owned service says that the ads will start appearing over the next couple of months and will come from brands that you don’t “follow.”
The way most people consume news is changing and a new video news network is at the forefront of this new trend.
So what’s next for Instagram? All signs point to advertising. But, we’ll have to wait and see.
The popular photo sharing app Instagram, owned by Facebook, is taking a swipe at Twitter’s Vine App by launching their own video sharing tool.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom said Thursday that users will be record and share 15-second clips by tapping a video icon in the app.
Facebook is introducing hashtags, the number signs used on Twitter, Instagram and other services to identify topics being discussed and allow users to search for them.
You can now browse your Instagram feed on the web just like you do on your mobile device.
Instagram can put just about any filter you want on a picture you take with your cellphone, but if you want to add a caption, you’ve historically been out of luck. Now, there’s another option.
After an outcry on social media last month, Instagram apologized to its users for what it called “confusing language.” It has now revised its terms of service, but may have already lost half of its Instagrammers.
After an outcry on social media, Instagram apologized to its 30 million users Tuesday for what it called confusing language, and now says it won’t sell your photos.