Musical.ly, the social platform for creating and sharing short videos beloved by teens, is releasing a new video messaging app called Ping Pong. The startup is hoping its 100 million users make the jump to its latest offering.
Recently, the app creating monthly magazines from the iOS camera roll, will soon offer a way for photographers to earn money with their shots. The app will soon allow users to invite followers to subscribe to a print magazine.
Facetune 2, the next-gen successor to the popular selfie app, is now available on the iOS App Store. The new app has been given a machine-learning boost that helps it to recognize how best to reshape, re-light, and beautify your face.
Prisma, a photo and video retouching app, now lets iOS users apply its artistic style transfers to Facebook Live broadcasts in real-time. The move sees the platform beat Facebook, which is planning a similar feature of its own.
WhatsApp has finally caught up to the likes of iMessage and Messenger by quietly introducing GIF support on its iOS app. The update brings with it a slew of new GIF customization features to help jazz up your messages.
Houseparty is the latest app from the creators of Meerkat. A video chat network aimed at teens and millennials, Houseparty is on its way to becoming a breakout hit, having quickly amassed an audience of 1 million users.
Alively is the new live-streaming app that wants to take the stress out of social live-streaming by allowing you to share your broadcasts with select friends and family instead of uploading them to social media.
Prisma, the photography app that retouches your pics to resemble the work of famous artists, has updated its iOS app to allow for offline image processing. The company says the update will free up server capacity, boosting the app's speed.