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  • Browse Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter All From One App: The Updated MyPad

    Browse Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter All From One App: The Updated MyPad

    Omni-social reader MyPad has just released updates that lets its three million daily users browse and interact with Instagram photos in addition to reading and posting to Facebook and Twitter. MyPad’s free and premium iPhone and iPad apps now let you browse Popular and your network’s Instagrams plus leave feedback; batch upload, filter, and edit photos for publishing to Facebook… Read More

  • MyPad Shrugs Off Official Facebook Competitor, Now Has 2.5 Million Daily Active Users

    MyPad Shrugs Off Official Facebook Competitor, Now Has 2.5 Million Daily Active Users

    On October 10th, one of the longest running tech rumors in recent memory finally came to fruition: Facebook released its own, official iPad application. The app had been in high demand since the day the iPad first launched (Facebook’s iPhone app is, after all, among the platform’s most popular of all time). But there was no iPad app available on launch day. Nor was there one the… Read More

  • Hit iPad Facebook App MyPad Comes To The iPhone

    Hit iPad Facebook App MyPad Comes To The iPhone

    Well, now you may have two Facebook-related apps to download to your iPhone today. The first is Facebook Messenger, a new standalone app that lets you jump straight into your Facebook Messages. And the second is MyPad. MyPad, for those who haven’t used it before, is a third-party Facebook application that includes many of the site’s core features, but is optimized for the iOS… Read More

  • With A New Name In Tow, MyPad's 'Facebook For iPad' App Hits 3 Million Downloads

    Back in January I wrote about an iPad application called Facepad, which drew heavy inspiration from Twitter’s iPad application to create a similar ‘swipable’ experience for Facebook that lets you jump between open pages by swiping left and right (it’s pretty slick). The application has hit a couple of speed bumps — Facebook asked it to change its name, so… Read More