Facebook just launched another spin-off of Snapchat Stories. The new version is called Day and it’s being met with some skepticism.
Popular photo editing app VSCO has merged its GIF making app, DSCO, with the goal to attract more users. GIF creation capabilities will only be available for iOS users, however.
Vimeo is a little slow to the game, but it has introduced support for 360-degree videos, along with a dedicated 360 channel, and a number of high-quality features. In addition, Vimeo is also launching a 360 Video School to educate and inspire videomakers.
Looking to expand your social media outreach to Snapchat? HubSpot shares some detailed insights on best practices for growing–and maintaining–an audience.
Apple will be introducing a brand new file system with its next iOS update, expected by the end of the month. The new system will automatically convert the files on your phone to the new format, but you may want to backup your phone before updating in the event of complications.
The open-source CMS has released urgent security updates and “strongly encourages” users to update right away.
Looking to up your brand’s Instagram game? Social Media Examiner shares the ins and outs of the new multiple image feature along with some best practices.
Facebook has been giving preference to native video for a while now, but the news that Facebook is gaining on YouTube is definitely worth noting.
As one of the world’s largest messaging apps, Viber is now giving users more control over the privacy of their messages. Their newest feature, secret chats, gives users the choice to start conversations that disappear after a set amount of time.
Their new features include a Team Drive, which is basically a shared cloud folder where coworkers can save files. An eventual replacement for Dropbox, maybe?