The mobile WhatsApp app shall begin blocking screenshots of disappearing photos and videos to protect the privacy of view-once media in chats. Here's what to know.
Spotify is testing recording audio reactions for music playlists, automatically uploading them to the streaming service as a podcast episode.
Instagram's test includes tall 9:16 aspect ratio photos that fill the entire screen of your iPhone as you scroll through your feed in the Meta-owned app.
Twitter's new tweet frequency feature shows how many times any user tweets per month, which should make it easier for you to determine whether to follow them.
Instead of barely an hour, WhatsApp's Delete for Everyone feature can now recall a message after more than 24 hours of being sent.
Instagram's Stories feature is conducting a limited test that hides excessive stories shared by others behind a new “Show All” button.
Twitter's Circle feature lets you add up to 150 people to a special group that you can post to when you don't feel like tweeting to everyone.
Spotify's new on-platform feature lets listeners pre-save music albums weeks before they're released, starting with Florence + The Machine’s new album.
WhatsApp's Linked Devices feature currently supports computers, but will soon let you link mobile devices to chat on multiple phones or a phone and a tablet.
The Meta-owned WhatsApp is testing a new feature for its iPhone app to mark a disappearing message to keep it past its expiration time.
TikTok is getting a dislike button for comments in a new test allowing some folks to privately flag irrelevant or otherwise inappropriate comments on their videos.
Learn what happens when you use Twitter's unfollow feature which it says helps control unwanted attention on the platform by letting you leave a tweet conversation.