Apps

  • Twitter is testing a Twitter Lite Android app, first in the Philippines

    Twitter is testing a Twitter Lite Android app, first in the Philippines

    Twitter today has nearly four times as many monthly active users outside the U.S. as it does in its home market — 260 million versus 68 million — and this week it quietly launched a new app in an effort to boost those numbers further. The social network is testing a Android app for Twitter Lite, a native app version of a mobile web site Twitter launched earlier this year that… Read More

  • Netflix adds HDR support on iOS for iPhone 8, iPhone X and 2017 iPad Pro

    Netflix adds HDR support on iOS for iPhone 8, iPhone X and 2017 iPad Pro

    Netflix has updated its iOS application with HDR support for newer devices, including the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, as well as the forthcoming iPhone X. It also works on the iPad Pro 12.9 and 10.5 from 2017, if you happen to have one of those devices. Netflix HDR streaming requires a premium subscription plan, as well as more recent hardware. Some of the newest Android phones have already offered… Read More

  • Reelgood’s app for cord cutters helps you find something new to watch

    Reelgood’s app for cord cutters helps you find something new to watch

    Reelgood, a service aimed at helping cord cutters find new shows and movies to watch from across streaming services, is now available on mobile devices. The company this week launched on iOS – its first mobile application – which allows you to search and browse content from over 250 streaming services, including those that are available to stream for free with ads. After abandoning… Read More

  • Preschoolers get their own Pokémon game with launch of Pokémon Playhouse

    Preschoolers get their own Pokémon game with launch of Pokémon Playhouse

    A new app called Pokémon Playhouse from the Pokémon Company, released this week, is bringing Pikachu and friends to preschoolers. Unlike the augmented reality game Pokémon Go, a collaboration between Niantic and Nintendo by way of the Pokémon Company, this latest game is not focused on capturing Pokémon, battling and raids. Instead, it’s filled with activities appropriate for… Read More

  • ipsy launches its beauty product e-commerce business Shopper as hit hits 3M subscribers

    ipsy launches its beauty product e-commerce business Shopper as hit hits 3M subscribers

    ipsy, a subscription service that delivers a collection of products to its users every month, has spent the last six years building up a community with millions of people obsessed with beauty products. And now that the company has more than 3 million subscribers — with a $10 per month subscription cost — it’s ready to get a little bit more aggressive by getting directly… Read More

  • Instagram adds face filters to live video

    Instagram adds face filters to live video

    Instagram is making its face filters available for live video streaming through the app, the company announced today. Instagram had introduced face filters, which add visual effects to detected faces, back in May, but until now it was only available on video and images captured first and then posted to your Instagram Story after the fact. All existing face filters are now available for live… Read More

  • Co-founder Brian Fenty becomes CEO at TodayTix

    Co-founder Brian Fenty becomes CEO at TodayTix

    There’s a new CEO at TodayTix, though he’s definitely not new to the company — Chairman Brian Fenty is becoming chief executive, while his co-founder (and the previous CEO) Merritt Baer is becoming the Head of Europe. TodayTix sells theater tickets in cities across the United States (including New York, Chicago and San Francisco), but its European presence is currently limited… Read More

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