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Facebook tested feature that identified valuable, irrelevant fans - Inside Facebook

Recently, Facebook tested a feature that apparently told page admins which fans were valuable or irrelevant. The test was first spotted by Inside Facebook reader Matteo Gamba. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed that this was something the site was testing, but the test has been called off.

Pandora Offers Ad-Free Music for Engaging With Brands

Internet radio streaming service Pandora has announced a new Sponsored Listening offering, letting brands give listeners a full hour of ad-free beats in exchange for a little engagement. Available in the US, Australia and New Zealand, Pandora serves up music from across a multitude of genres for free, though you can cough up $4.99/month to remove the ads.

Facebook mobile now has threaded replies on comments - Inside Facebook

Facebook recently made it easier to keep track of a conversation on the mobile app. Inside Facebook discovered recently that threaded replies have made their way to the mobile app. This has been a popular feature on mobile, as it's an easy way to respond to another person instead of having all comments listed chronologically, as was the default for the past on the mobile app.

Gmail's Android app may soon work with all your non-Google email accounts, too

When Android users switch over to Android Lollipop in the coming weeks, Google hopes Android's Gmail app will be the only mail app most users will ever need. Android Police recently published a video that will reportedly guide users through Gmail 5.0 when it ships with Android Lollipop.

Facebook rolls out more descriptive hover cards - Inside Facebook

Facebook has added more context to its hover cards. Now, when you mouse over a friend's name in chat or on News Feed or timeline, you can see more detailed information. The format for hover cards for pages does not appear to have changed.

Facebook Messenger Now Lets You Draw On Your Photos

To fight off the competition, Facebook is putting a lot of efforts onto its Messenger app these days. After almost forcing users to adopt the app and adding numerous features like voice calls for example, Facebook has now added a new Snapchat-like feature to its messaging app: You can now draw and add text to your...

Spotify Announces Family Plan For Up To 5 Users

Spotify has announced new plans designed for families of up to five members, which was one of its most requested features. Pretty much anyone in a family has experienced fighting over a shared account that stops playing music when someone else starts listening elsewhere, so the company is encouraging families to get an account for each family member.

Google przepisał swój algorytm wyszukiwania. Sprawdź czy Pingwin 3.0 nie zrobił ci psikusa

O tym jak ważna jest jak najwyższa pozycja w wynikach wyszukiwarki Google nie trzeba chyba nikomu mówić. Z czasem jednak kolejne algorytmy Google zostają rozpracowane przez specjalistów, którzy niekoniecznie etycznymi metodami wynoszą nie zawsze warte tego strony na czołowe miejsca. Amerykanie odpowiadają aktualizacjami algorytmu. Poznajcie Pingwina 3.0.

Tweets from accounts you don't follow will soon appear in your timeline - The Next Web

Twitter loves experimenting with its service. One of those experiments involves dropping tweets in your timeline from accounts you don't follow. That one is actually here to stay. Today Twitter posted that in recent tests, people enjoyed seeing tweets from accounts they don't follow in their timeline.

Introducing a new audio experience on Twitter | Twitter Blogs

The world's most influential musicians and media producers already share unique audio content through Twitter every day. Today we're introducing a new way for you to experience audio directly on Twitter. With a single tap, the Twitter Audio Card lets you discover and listen to audio directly in your timeline on both iOS and Android devices.

Wikipedia for Android Reveals Articles Based on Your Location

In May last year, Wikipedia's mobile website received a rather interesting new feature, as it started surfacing Wikipedia articles based on your location. As of today, this has been added to its native Android app too.

IFTTT Rolls Out Powerful New Twitter Triggers For Searches, Mentions, Location Tracking And More

Just over a year ago, "internet glue" service IFTTT, which lets you define triggers to automate actions associated with your online accounts and services, rolled out a new set of Twitter triggers that complied with Twitter's new rules for developers.

Bing Ads Showing Twitter Followers In Ads

Bing and Twitter have had a partnership dating back to the ancient days of 2009 and have renewed their deal to feature tweets in the search results every two years since. Now, Bing Ads is testing out an integration to show the number of Twitter followers advertisers have within their ads.

Can Facebook Page Admins Save Draft Posts? - AllFacebook

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Google Fit Launches for Android

Google Fit was unveiled to the world back in June, promising a platform to help people track their fitness goals. It's essentially a set of APIs that lets developers dig in to rival apps and combine data for deeper insights, similar to Apple Health.

Tumblr Rolls Out Auto-Playing Video Ads To Users' Dashboards

Tumblr's auto-playing video ads will begin rolling out to users' dashboards today, in a pilot program that includes participation from ten big-name brands such as CW, Lexus, Universal, JCPenney, Hulu and others. The video ad test follows last week's news of an updated video player offering auto-play capabilities and looping, "Vine-like" videos.

Twitter CFO says a Facebook-style filtered feed is coming, whether you like it or not

Earlier this year, when Twitter released its quarterly financial results, CEO Dick Costolo was asked whether the platform would ever implement a Facebook-style filtering algorithm, he hedged his answer by saying he wouldn't "rule it out."

Facebook now lets you reorder your mobile photo uploads and create stories for context - The Next Web

Facebook today announced it's bringing some updated functionality to its Android and iOS apps. Now when you upload photos from either, you can choose arrange the photos to upload in your preferred order.

Twitter Acquires Twitpic's Photo Archive to Keep It Alive

Twitpic announced today that its archive and domain will be acquired by Twitter after "quite the roller coaster ride over the last few months." The company will be handing over the Twitpic domain and archive to Twitter so users are able to continue accessing their old pictures, however it won't be possible for users to upload any new photos and the mobile apps will be discontinued.