Image: LIKEThere's a new music video app taking over the App Store. It's called Like, and it combines Musical.ly-like videos with augmented reality effects, to create what the app's creators call "music magic." SEE ALSO: Why Facebook and Instagram should kill the Like button On its surface, the app
Image: mammoth mediaMost app developers targeting teens and their ever-shrinking attention spans fall short of mainstream success — but not Mammoth Media. The Santa Monica, Calif.-based startup claims it has reached about 30 percent of U.S. teenagers in less than four years, solely through the two apps its created:
Meet "CyreneQ."Image: Cyrene Quiamco/cyreneqCyrene Quiamco loves Snapchat. It's easy to tell by the Ghostface Chillah plush in her bedroom, the pair of Spectacles in her bag, and the fact that her current Twitter profile picture is a Snapcode. There's good reason for her to love it. The app, which
Image: lili sams/mashableApple just announced iOS 11.3 (available in beta today and public release this spring) with a boatload of new features worth getting excited about. The most notable update is the addition of a controversial power management switch that will let iPhone users turn off any performance throttling.
Animated GIFs are about to take over Instagram Stories. The photo-sharing app added support Tuesday for animated GIF stickers to Stories in an update rolling out to Instagram's iPhone and Android apps. SEE ALSO: Instagram is testing another killer feature that could crush Snapchat even more With the update, which
Image: lili sams/mashableInstagram is not slowing down in 2018. After Instagram crushed Snapchat — seriously, pounded the app into the ground — last year with its own disappearing Stories feature, the Facebook-owned app is now secretly testing a new "Type" feature that'll let users share text-based clips instead of
YouTube stars, meet Facebook for Creators.Image: facebookFacebook is getting serious about high-quality video, and that means getting serious about the people that make high-quality video. Facebook launched a new app Thursday that it calls a "one stop shop" for all creators. The "Facebook for Creators" app offers exclusive features