Twitter could be changing the way you use its social network, and soon.
The website is reportedly considering to remove its 140 character limit in tweets, and replace it with a 10000 character limit.
That is actually the limit it already has for Direct Messages, a change which happened last year.
Twitter’s selling feature are its Tweets, to be precise the 140 character ones, which has been place since the website was launched. It is after all, a micro-blogging website, more than a social network. The bit sized news in Tweets is what made Twitter, what it is now.
The move seems to be a desperate measure, to appeal to users. More importantly, this is [...]
Twitter has released a new update for its official app, for Mac OS X.
If that shocked you, you aren’t alone. Even Twitter feels so, and mentions in the change-log, “Don’t call it a comeback!”.
Be that as it may, Twitter for Mac 4.0.0 does in fact bring in a plethora of new features.
No app would be complete without a Dark Theme, would it? Mac OS X users now get to enjoy the app with an optional Dark Theme. And may I remind you that the Windows app still doesn’t have one?
Twitter for Mac now supports inline video playback, thus allowing users to play videos in tweets, directly within the app directly in your feed. And GIFs [...]
Micro blogging website, Twitter, has updated its app for Windows 10, to throw in a couple of new features.
This is the first major update for the app in nearly two months.
Back in October, Twitter added support for using multiple accounts in the app, enabled Inline Videos, which displays and plays videos within the app). However, the more important addition was support for Creating Lists, using which you can follow various twitter accounts, in a self-curated and organized list as per your preference.
When the social networking previously removed the character limit in Direct Messages on the website, it took a month for the same change to arrive in the app [...]
Google has given its social network, Google+, a major overhaul.
The Mountain View company is not giving up on it just yet, right?
Just when you were thinking who uses it anyway, the social network is back with a bang. As you may have read in my previous write up, Google spun-off Photos as a standalone service, and pulled it away from Google+, and it has been quit successfulbecause of the fact that it offers unlimited storage for photos which are below 16 megapixels in resolution.
So, what should Google work on next to make its social network better? According to the Mountain View company’s post, the majority of Google+ users, use two things on the website, [...]