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Close friends. No filters. No influencers. No ads. And ALL the memes. Meet Basement. The newest, and simplest micro-network to hit the App Store.
Samaritan wants to connect the homeless with the people who usually walk by them without stopping, offering a chance to learn more and give a helping hand.
Slack is releasing a dark mode feature in the latest app update for iOS and Android. Desktop will have to wait until a "a later date."
SIXT – the car rental company – has launched a new mobility app that lets you rent a car, hail a cab or access their brand new car sharing service.
Prisma Labs, the developers behind the Prisma neural networks app, have launched a new app that automatically corrects your selfies with the power of AI.
Everybody loves Spotify's "Wrapped" campaign. Yet, Apple Music doesn't seem to be bothered offering a similar experience. Thankfully, there's an app for that too."Wrapped" is my favorite campaign from Spotify. It's so fun to review …
WhatsApp has made a change to its mobile app that gives users an easier way to start group calls.
Giphy launched an iOS update which makes it possible to type out any GIF your want from virtually everywhere on your screen.
Brands always need more content, more localized, genuine and believable content. The struggle is real for brand managers. The solution: YOU, together with Snapr, a new platform that helps transform everyone into the most efficient …
Vine will return. Its co-creator Dom Hofmann announced on Twitter that their upcoming new looping video app, Byte, will be coming in spring 2019. It's been a long time coming, but now, we have a date …
Clips, the video app by Apple that lets you make fun videos to share, is getting an update with new animated selfie scenes, filters and stickers.
Google has dropped a new app on the App Store, called Cameos, where celebrities can answer questions about themselves and post them publicly on Google.
Twitter has announced it is further expanding the availability of its Twitter Lite app to 21 more countries, bringing the total to over 45.
While you were busy celebrating the 4th of July, Timehop got hacked. Names, email addresses and "some" phone numbers of 21 million Timehop users were breached.