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WhatsApp Updates Status Feature to Stories-style Format

Feb 25, 2017

WhatsApp on its 8th Birthday on February 24 released the updated version with new Status feature. With this updated Status feature, you can edit and share videos and photos with all your friends and families present on your contact list. Earlier, it was possible to write text statuses but now you can click photos, edit […]


Google to Discontinue Site Search by End of 2017

Feb 23, 2017

Google has decided to discontinue Google Site Search. It is a paid product which has been around since 2008. Google Site Search is a product sold out to the web publishers that wanted to use the industry’s leading search technology to their sites. The company charges are based on the monthly query volume for the […]


Facebook Rolls Out 4 Major Video Updates

Feb 21, 2017

Facebook rolled out 4 major video updates on February 14, 2017 to make the experience of watching video richer, flexible and more engaging. The four major updates are as follows: 1) To bring Sound to Videos in News Feed Video in news feed used to play silently; you need to tap on the video for […]


YouTube to stop 30-second unskippable ads from next year

Feb 18, 2017

YouTube announced from starting next year, 30-second unskippable ads will no longer be there. The platform will instead focus on shorter ads. Brands will still have access to 6, 15 and 20 seconds of unskippable time for YouTube ads. Google explained that the change they are going to bring is an effort to provide better […]


Facebook Announces New Ad Options and Third-party Audit

Feb 16, 2017

Facebook has announced a new set of measures on February 11, 2017 to maintain the trust of advertisers and reinforce transparency. It has taken this step forward to deal with the data inaccuracies. Facebook is undertaking the following new choices for marketers to assist them. 1) To offer more impression level-data Marketers will get better […]


LinkedIn offers New Features to Premium Subscribers

Feb 11, 2017

LinkedIn has introduced new LinkedIn Premium features. Last month redesigned version of desktop site was launched. All the members of LinkedIn Premium Career have the access to more personalized insights within the jobs option. Premium Business Insights feature now provides ‘unique and timely’ data on the company pages. Now, users will be able to know […]


YouTubers with 10K Subscribers Can Access Mobile Live-Streaming

Feb 9, 2017

YouTube expands the access of mobile live-streaming feature to all the creators with more than 10,000 subscribers. The mobile live-streaming feature was rolled out last year in June. Earlier the access of this feature was limited to selected partners only. But, now if you are a YouTube Creator having more than 10K subscribers, then you […]


Google Aims To Make YouTube Advertiser-Friendly

Jan 31, 2017

Google upgrades YouTube advertising to improve the experience of users across desktop and mobile. A series of updates have been announced some have already been rolled out and others will be rolling out throughout the year. Now, advertisers and agencies can measure their campaigns and reach audience on YouTube across the screens. Mobile Focused Renewed […]


Facebook Testing Slideshow Feature in Android App

Jan 27, 2017

Facebook introduced Slideshow feature in summer 2016 which lets you turn your photos and videos into mini-movies with themed transitions and music. Now, the Slideshow feature is being tested in Android app. This feature was introduced as a part of Moments, Facebook’s stand-alone application. With this feature, users can combine multiple photos and videos into […]


LinkedIn shares its new Desktop Look

Jan 24, 2017

LinkedIn brings the largest desktop redesign since its inception. The main aim behind this change is to provide a better LinkedIn experience to the users that is faster, intuitive and creates more value. No matter whether you are on a mobile app or desktop, you can seamlessly access most relevant professional content, conversations and opportunities. […]


Google Killing off Google+ to bring an all-new version

Jan 19, 2017

Google will retire ‘classic’ Google+ on January 24 and will introduce its all new version with important updates. The most requested updates from the Google+ community will be added in the new version. Google shared in a post, ‘With this latest round of updates, we believe the new Google+ is really your Google+— designed around your suggestions, […]


WhatsApp Adds GIF Search,Triples Image Sharing Limit

Jan 12, 2017

On January 11, 2017, WhatsApp introduced two new features: Ability to search for GIF files and Raised the image sharing limit from 10 to 30. In November last year, GIF support was introduced within the app. Initially, only iOS users were able to access it but later on in December all the Android users got […]


Yahoo renames itself as ‘Altaba Inc.’

Jan 10, 2017

Yahoo announced on January 9, 2017, it will rename itself as Altaba Inc. and CEO Marissa Mayer will resign after closing its deal with Verizon Communications. It was announced on July 25, 2016 that Yahoo got purchased by Verizon. The buyout has moved forward and some of the portions of company which will be left […]


Facebook makes Group Video Chat Possible in Messenger

Dec 20, 2016

As we are approaching the end of the year 2016, Facebook adds a much awaited new feature, group video chat for Messenger app. Messenger already has the ability of one-on-one video chats and group audio calls. And, the ever-expanding platform adds the most requested feature with 245 million users making video calls on the platform […]


Facebook Presents Live 360 Degree Videos

Dec 13, 2016

Facebook’s recent VR interaction demo at the Oculus event demonstrated that social media interaction through virtual reality is not that way off as it might seem. On December 12, 2016 Facebook announced, a new way to go live by using Live 360 degree. It will take people into new experiences and environment, right as they […]


WordPress Hosts to Must Have HTTPS in 2017

Dec 6, 2016

WordPress will start introducing new features in 2017 which will require websites to have HTTPS. The change is going to be the next hurdle users are going to face, similar to the Javascript adoption. The first change which will be made is, to no longer promote the hosting partners unless and until they provide a […]


Google Search Console drops down Content Keywords feature

Dec 1, 2016

Google has officially removed the Content keywords feature from the search console. Google was hinting this since May that it is looking forward to drop down this feature. One of the earliest features of Google Search Console was Content Keywords report. The main reason behind this removal is the user confusion. Back in its days, […]


Mozilla Releases Firefox Focus for iOS

Nov 24, 2016

A new browser for iPhone users has been launched by Mozilla Firefox. It is a fast and easy to use web browser. The major concern of this announcement is to put private browsing at the forefront in order to provide better user experience. Firefox Focus has default blocks ad tracker and erase option in it. […]

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