Dubcandy is a new video app that allows content creators to use affiliate links right inside a Facebook or Twitter video. The app was launched alongside a new editor, Dubsuite, by developer Dubdub on March 30.
Facebook's newest civic engagement tool, Town Hall, makes it easier to find and contact your municipal, state, and national representative. It puts contact information front and center and alerts you of elections.
Facebook Stories, Facebook's take on Snapchat Stories, is rolling out to all users with new camera features, effects, and augmented reality features. It's a significant expansion of the social giant's format.
There is a new dating app promising to "empower people to express themselves through meaningful conversations, making online dating a more empathetic and humanized experience." It's called Sweet Pea and it launched on Tuesday.
The users behind an Instagram post threatening a school shooting were detained by police but the students that liked the photo were suspended. These days, you can never be too careful about what you endorse on social media.
In recent years, encryption and the privacy it affords has become a very important issue. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to enable so-called "secret conversations" in Facebook Messenger.
Google is reportedly working on yet another photo-based app. Unlike Google Photos, this app may be for groups to edit and share their photos. Google says that it's "just experimenting" and that there aren't any release plans yet.
Twitter may overhaul TweetDeck to include a bunch of extra features that power users of the management tool would be asked to pay for. Screenshots of the proposed premium service have been sent out to select users.