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In a bid to boost audience reach, Snapchat is testing a feature that lets users easily share more types of content beyond its platform.
Facebook has announced Discover, a mobile web and Android app that lets users browse any website using free data from mobile operators.
Twitter is running a limited test on iOS that asks users to think again and edit a reply that might contain harmful language, before tweeting it.
YouTube is testing a new Viewer applause feature that lets fans donate to creators in very much the same way as they do on Twitch.
According to a recent report, Google Maps is preparing to add a "Lighting" layer in its app to help highlight brightly lit streets.
According to reports, Instagram is working on bringing its Direct messaging feature to its web app accessible through a browser.
After testing keyword alerts in Groups last year, Facebook is bringing a few upgrades that will help admins better monitor and manage discussions.
Code within the latest WhatsApp beta for Android points to a new "Disappearing Messages" feature that's currently under development.
After starting to test removing like counts from Instagram posts in several countries, Facebook is considering doing the same on its own app.
Facebook has been spotted testing a new screen sharing feature in Messenger that allows users to share their mobile screens - not just Facebook content.
Bannersnack ran a $2,500 experiment to find out whether Quora ads or Reddit ads are better at driving conversions. Here are the results.
After testing hiding total post likes in Canada, Instagram is now expanding its test to several other counties, starting with Australia this week.
Google is running an invitation-only test of Shoelace, a new social networking app that connects people who share common interests and activities.