Reddit will allow users to upload NSFW images from desktop

Reddit announced Thursday that it will now allow users to upload NSFW images from desktops in adult communities. The feature was already available on the social network’s mobile app. The company

Imgur will ban explicit images on its platform this month

Image hosting platform Imgur is set to ban explicit images on its platform from May 15. The company updated its terms of service and said that the company will focus on removing “nudity, pornogr

Daily Crunch: Imgur launches an app for gaming memes

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300M-user Imgur launches Melee, a gaming meme app

Ten years after its debut, 300-million-monthly-user Imgur is one of the last massively popular yet unpersonalized home pages on the internet. Because everyone sees the same upvoted posts when they ope

300M-user meme site Imgur raises $20M from Coil to pay creators

Meme creators have never gotten their fair share. Remixed and reshared across the web, their jokes prop up social networks like Instagram and Twitter that pay back none of their ad revenue to artists

Kapwing is Adobe for the meme generation

Need to resize a video for IGTV? Add subtitles for Twitter? Throw in sound effects for YouTube? Or collage it with other clips for the Instagram feed? Kapwing lets you do all that and more for free fr

GIF lord Imgur caves to video to hasten profitability

Imgur is the internet’s best time sink, where 250 million monthly users silently consume an endless community-curated collection of absurd GIFs, inspiring tales, pop science explainers and gian

Imgur’s take on Snapchat Stories is for people who really love GIFs

Imgur, the hugely popular photo and GIF sharing site with over 250 million users, is the latest to board the ephemeral storytelling train. Like the ‘stories’ feature inside Snapchat and F

Imgur says 1.7M emails and passwords were breached in 2014 hack

Image-hosting site turned meme social network, Imgur, is the latest tech service to 'fess up to a security breach. In a blog post Friday it revealed that hackers had compromised its systems in 2014,

Imgur’s favorite folders turn 250M meme lords into curators

Either you're one of 250 million monthly Imgurians, or you probably have no idea what Imgur is. But those who are part of the addictive image-sharing community know there's been one feature at the top

Imgur matures into a meme social network with chat and following

There should be a term for how, given enough time, every social app adds a chat feature. Maybe "Carson's Law", named after Johnny Carson, the king of chit-chat on late night TV. Well, Imgur's time has

Reddit launches image uploads, ditching alliance with Imgur

Reddit never let you upload images, until now. That could dismantle Reddit’s informal alliance with image-sharing community Imgur. That’s where Redditors would typically post their images

Imgur’s Sarah Schaaf on building online communities

This week on Bullish, I had the pleasure of sitting down with the queen of Imgur, a.k.a. Sarah Schaaf, head of community at Imgur. We talked about IRL communities versus digital communities, what it t

Imgur Gets Its Sheryl, Hires COO So Founder Can Nerd Out On Product

Imgur is Internet dude paradise. The underhyped image sharing and commenting community has 150 million active users and saw 900 billion page views in 2015. Thanks to silly GIFs, science experiments,

120 Million People Spend 3 Hours A Week On Imgur. You’ll Get Addicted Too

Imgur is the most popular startup no one talks about. The image sharing and upvoting site has a stunning 150 million monthly users that view 60 billion memes, Cat GIFS, sob stories, and science expla

Our Cousin Jared

When you spend most of your time working in the technology space you tend to track things like fancy product releases, funding announcements, valuations, liquidity events and so on and so on. People a

Imgur Is The Anti-Facebook

Why is Imgur one of the most popular websites on the Internet? Is it the connection with the so-called "Internet's front page" Reddit? Its community? The addictive nature of browsing through the photo

Imgur’s Alan And Sarah Schaaf To Talk Images, Growth And Memes At Disrupt SF

Alan and Sarah Schaaf are the brother-sister team behind Imgur, one of the Internet’s most popular places for funny images and animal gifs. We’re thrilled that they’re going to talk in dept

Imgur Introduces Native Ads On The Web And Overhauls Its Android App

There's lots of news from Imgur, one of the internet's most popular sites for funny images and GIFs today. The site has officially launched paid-for advertising, and made significant changes to its An

Now You Can Embed Images And GIFs From Imgur

If you're an online writer or publisher and you want to include a picture from <a target="_blank" href="">Imgur</a>, it's now easy to do so in a totally legit way — thanks to the
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