In the coming weeks, Twitter will begin providing its customers with the option to switch between the algorithm-focused timeline of tweets “that are most relevant for you” and a timeline that displays tweets in the reverse chronological order.
Instagram has confirmed that it’s running a trial of a potential new feature with a small percentage of its users that would permit people to tag their friends in their video posts, not just in photos.
Viber users can now be a part of every conversation thanks to a super-useful translation service that’s available right inside your chat. As a bonus, developers have done some major plumbing work to bring you roughly doubled performance in the refreshed iPhone app.
Google Chrome turned ten yesterday. To celebrate the anniversary, they’re refreshing the app across desktop and mobile platforms with an all-new look taking cues from Material Design and some new features and improvements, including a completely revamped password manager and updated autofill so you can get things done more easily and securely.
Affinity Designer—the smoothest and most precise pro software by British developer Serif—puts an unbelievable amount of creative power into the tablet form factor. This app proves beyond doubt that your iPad + Apple Pencil combo is a totally viable replacement for Adobe Illustrator and similar vector-based illustration apps.