These days, social media can often be a nightmare. Here’s a simple way to use it as a good, healthy distraction.
A long time ago, I had an app called Favs that collected everything I liked/hearted/bookmarked/whatevered across a ton of services (it was sadly abandoned). We’re talking Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Pinterest, newsreader services, Pocket—probably over 20 […]
I’m doing research for an upcoming MacLife column. As far as I can tell, Apple has removed all Facebook and Twitter buttons from its product and store pages. (In case you don’t know: those social sharing buttons […]
Videos in the Tumblr dashboard now have a gray arrow icon at their top left corner. Click it, and the video slides out to the side and plays so you can watch while you scroll.
Find My Friends, which just got a big 3.0 revamp today, has had a feature for a while that lets you assign pre-made and custom labels to your friends’ current locations. Instead of seeing a […]
If you long-press on the retweet button in the new Tweetbot 3 for iPhone, you can retweet that tweet to any other account in Tweetbot. A list of other available accounts appears, and tapping one […]
A bio and personal infographic service added a slick animated visualization of your Twitter relationships and topics.
With their 3.0 release, Path for iPhone and iPad added private chats so you can have one-on-one conversations in addition to sharing life’s adventures with all your friends. What might fly under the radar is that […]
Tweetbot can mute usernames and keywords
Path for iPhone and iPad combines some great photo features from Camera+ and Instagram and makes it really easy to add friends you know in real life.