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Dropbox for Android Gets Document Previews, Smarter Search

Dropbox today updated its Android app with support for document previews and an overhauled search function. You can download the new version now directly from Google Play. Document previews means you can now view, scroll, and zoom in or out of any Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or PDF in your Dropbox directly on your Android device without having to switch out of the Dropbox app.

Twitter Quietly Removes Bing Translation Feature

A useful translation feature (albeit poorly executed at times) appears to have disappeared from Twitter's platform, less than two months after the company quietly rolled it out. The feature allowed people to use Microsoft's Bing translation engine to translate tweets with the tap of a button.

Twitter Unveils Objective-Based Ad Campaigns

Mike O'Brien | August 8, 2014 | Comments The social platform says its new tools will allow advertisers to select objectives and see recommended formats, as well as only pay for actions aligned to their objectives. Piggybacking on Twitter Ads, which allow advertisers to reach consumers at specific times, Twitter will soon add objective-based campaigns.

Facebook Adds Insights to Events? - AllFacebook

Some Facebook users are starting to see the availability of insights for events they have created. Reader Sandro Galindo of Shoreway Media shared the screenshots above and below with AllFacebook, saying that one of Shoreway's clients is a movie-theater chain, and insights were available for two events it posted.

Facebook changes guidelines for page ratings - Inside Facebook

If you've got a product-based page on Facebook (but haven't entered your physical address), you might have noticed recently that your page ratings are no longer showing. It's not a bug, it's a feature. Facebook confirmed to Inside Facebook on Thursday that only Facebook pages with a defined location will have the star ratings, not pages in the product/service category.

LinkedIn has a New Sharing Button

Remember that ugly looking monstrosity LinkedIn called its sharing button? Yes, the one whose height or width or functionality didn't match the rest of the buttons. The one that went unnoticed. The one NOBODY clicked. Who would click something as Web 1.0 (ugly) as that, anyway? Well, they changed it.

Pinterest Introduces Messages

Pinterest has decided to take its platform a step further, by introducing a messaging service. Many of us were using the rising social network as a digital notebook, collecting our ideas in a visual way, organizing photos, articles, recipes, clothes, but as it seems, Pinterest wants to be more social.

Google finally adds the killer Gmail feature you've been waiting for

Earlier this year we heard rumblings that Google was planning to add a killer new feature to Gmail: An "unsubscribe" button at the top of every promotional email that would make it vastly easier for you to get rid of annoying promotions once and for all.

Google Now Launcher Is Now Available on Android 4.1 and Later

Google today updated its Google Now Launcher app to include support for all devices running Android 4.1 and later. After showing off the launcher on the Nexus 5, Google released a standalone app back in February, but at the time it was only available for Nexus and Google Play edition devices.

Google is reportedly separating its photos service from Google+

The Google+ photo organization and editing tools are probably the most useful part of Google's oft-criticized social network, and now it sounds like they'll soon be spun off into their own standalone product. According to Bloomberg, Google is planning to make the existing Google+ photo features into an independent product that'll be accessible even to users who don't have a Google+ account.

Twitch Testing Live Concert Broadcasts With Steve Aoki Performance

Gaming livestream platform Twitch is branching out from its roots by testing the waters on live concert broadcasts, with the inaugural performance by EDM superstar Steve Aoki. This experiment, according to Twitch, was something long requested by fans; apparently 80% of Twitch users surveyed wanted to see live music.

Facebook Testing New 'About' Layout for Users' Timelines? - AllFacebook

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Instagram Planning to Complete HTTPS Rollout 'Soon'

Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger has responded to the publication of a potential vulnerability on the app's iOS version by noting that the company plans to finish upgrading to HTTPS for the entire service "soon." Developer Stevie Graham went public with the vulnerability after Facebook failed to fix the issue.