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Instagram Camera will now learn from you as you use it and will customize its menu for you - making it easier to use the tools you love.
Google Maps has rolled out a small design update to help us find more delivery and take-out options during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Facebook is rolling out a new version of Messenger on iOS, which it says is "faster, smaller and simpler," having been built "from the ground up."
Your organic Page impressions may soon drop as Facebook is rolling out a change to how it counts real impressions to better match its ad metrics.
Slack launched a new version of its desktop app for MacOS and Windows this week, promising a significant increase in speed, and lower RAM usage.
Google has made an update that expands the distribution of its app ads and makes them appear more often on iOS browsers.
Twitter introduced its updated camera feature during a keynote at SXSW. Soon you will be able to swipe left from within the app for a full screen camera experience.
The latest update of the Telegram messaging app comes with a handy new feature: the ability to 'undo' the deletion of chats and chat histories.
With its latest update, Google Maps will start displaying road speed limits as well as the location of speed cameras.
The wait lasted long enough: starting today, Android users can, too, switch back to a reverse chronological feed on Twitter.
On Thursday, Instagram pushed out an update that got rid of scrolling, making users swipe to see the next post instead. A couple of hours later, the company pulled back the feature and apologized for …