Wish the kids didn't have to watch those pesky ads? Or that they could download videos for offline viewing? Well, you're in luck -- YouTube Kids now integrates with YouTube Kids, meaning that kids can browse YouTube ad-free just like you.
Twitter will cover the Rio Olympics on its flagship platform, and on its Periscope, and Vine apps. The content will include a mixture of curated news, video highlights, and over 200 new hashtag-activated emojis.
Snapchat has rolled out more stickers, this time in the form of location-activated icons for select cities, including NYC, Los Angeles, Paris, and London. The tongue-in-cheek stickers offer another way to customize your snaps.
LinkedIn is introducing videos to its social network with the help of its Influencers. Industry leaders will discuss business trends in the short clips that will appear in users' feeds, allowing for interaction through comments.
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Instagram has announced its new Stories feature, which lets users share photos and videos from their day before disappearing. If it sounds familiar, it is because it is a primary and popular Snapchat feature.
Facebook Live streams from the platform’s biggest publishers are about to be invaded by mid-roll video ad breaks that could last up to 15 seconds. The social network has confirmed that it is currently testing the feature.
Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom is profiting from his app's popularity, and from its parent company. The 32-year-old is now estimated to be worth $1.1 billion dollars. Reaching that stage, however, hasn't been the easiest of rides.
Facebook and Twitter are implementing lucrative revenue sharing models in order to attract YouTube stars with the promise of advertising money. The strategies will include adverts being inserted into longer videos on Facebook.
iOS 10 will come with the most diverse set of emojis ever released by Apple, including characters depicting women in sports, as well as a rainbow flag. The announcement follows reports suggesting Apple was against emojis depicting rifles.
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Facebook will now issue refunds to folks charged for items bought by kids ages 17 and younger. The decision stems from a 2012 California lawsuit, with plaintiffs suing the company over purchases made with Facebook Credits.