Facebook is rolling out its Slideshow video curation tool to iOS users. Much like Snapchat, the update automatically creates video stories from your recently uploaded images and clips that can be shared to the social network.
Game streaming giant Twitch has launched a new feature in beta called Cheering, which allows fans to put their money where their mouth is by using colorful, animated emotes to express support for their favorite broadcasters.
Now that Vine allows more than six-second videos, a new world of possibilities has arrived, including users watching full-length TV episodes. Adult Swim has posted the first: the premiere of Brad Neely’s Harg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio.
Twitter is giving users a new way to decorate photos and interact with others on the service. #Stickers let users be expressive, while also serving as embedded hashtags to automatically group images together that use the same sticker.
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Twitter has partnered with Foursquare on a new feature that lets you tag your precise location in a tweet, which can then be found on a location timeline. The update is currently being rolled out to iOS users, and will soon be available to…