Apps and platforms for social media are constantly changing and updating trying to become the next big thing, the one that is on the top of all the charts, and that is no different for the VSCO app. VSCO is a social media app that combines characteristics from apps such as Tumblr and Instagram and is slowly becoming more and more popular.
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Kate Moss once said, “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.” This quote was one of the most popular memes of 2016. Young girls and women alike have posted and retweeted this as “fitness” inspiration. Unfortunately, this quote is not the only form of unwarranted, unhealthy physical propaganda; especially within the social media sphere. Continue reading →
Yes. The rumors are true. According to Evan Spiegel, Snapchat’s beloved CEO, Snapchat has revealed its Snap Spectacles. The spectacles will be released in the fall of 2016 in three blooming colors: black, teal or coral. These snazzy new sunglasses aren’t just cool because of their futuristic design. Oh no. These spectacles take videotaping to a whole new level. Continue reading →
Imagine an all-in-one app that lets you post photos, live stream videos, message other users, purchase items and make other kinds of transactions. This idea of an open loop app is the next big thing, and it’s exactly what companies like Facebook and Snapchat are trying to achieve.
In the multi-faceted, ever-changing world of technology, social media is only a small part of this intricate system. However, many brands have noticed this small area’s power within marketing. Due to the technological world’s unfamiliarity with social media, any new techniques or ideas are considered fair game.
Although this Wild West of marketing has little to no rules nor regulations, concepts such as copywriting have been called into the social media debate. Specifically between Snapchat and Instagram. Continue reading →
Is the new food delivery app UberEats the answer to our prayers?
First, Uber drove you around. Next, Uber brought you puppies. Now, Uber is bringing you food. Through the new stand-alone food delivery app UberEats, the popular ride-sharing app will now deliver food around the clock. Continue reading →
Introducing WhatsApp- The most useful and free mobile messaging app for staying in contact with friends and family, without paying the price for text and calling fees Continue reading →
Are you having trouble deciding what to cook this week? The Epicurious App, one of the best cooking apps, is the perfect app for you.
For all you foodies- SALT App is the ultimate solution to restaurant indecisiveness
Less is more for this app depicting which song you are currently jamming to, illustrated by the album cover. Cymbal has set out to be the Instagram for music and the simple design is easy to use, hooking users within seconds. Continue reading →
Introducing Vogue Runway- Your digital invitation to the runway this season:
Waze is a social media and GPS app for your smartphone; I know this sounds complicated, but it’s actually very simple and an amazing tool. Waze offers more than the traditional GPS device, and acts as a personal assistant on the go, so you are free to focus on the road.
One of its most useful features are its traffic updates. Any user can warn those around them about congestion or any accidents. Users can also report other abnormalities on the road such as hazards on the road, cameras, gas prices, and even police on the road. These heads up give drivers ample time to prepare for these occurrences.
In addition, you can use Waze to coordinate meeting with friends and family. For example, you can easily share your drive with any contact you’re planning to meet, so they can see your ETA and watch your movements on a live map. This is particularly helpful when you want multiple people to meet at a location; you can simply send it to them and track their movement toward you. This app is wildly popular for its convenience and user-friendly interface, so don’t hesitate to download and see what all the hype is about.
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After a long night out, many college students find themselves in an Uber on their way to grab a midnight snack. Lucky for them, Taco Bell has just made their munchies tangible with the click of a button. Is this new smartphone application lazy or ingenious?
For the people who have never been to Canton, Texas on the First Monday Trade Days, you are missing out! This monthly flea market pops up on the Thursday through Sunday before the first Monday of every month and draws nearly 200,000 to 400,000 people.
With today’s constant need for convenience, there is a high demand for applications for ride-sharing services. With the recent creations of Uber and Lyft, people no longer have the hassle of calling and waiting for a cab.
Yik Yak’s sought to be an anonymous bulletin board for college students, yet it looks more like a tool for cyberbullying in middle schools and high schools across the nation.
Yik Yak is a 4-month-old application that uses locations to connect users to nearby users and creates an anonymous social chat room. On Yik Yak, users are limited to 200 characters, no pictures are allowed, and there are no usernames required. Yik Yak is essentially a blank canvas where users can write whatever they want about whomever they want and have no fear about their identity being exposed.
Working out of the Office
The concept of work as simply going to the office has changed a lot in the past few years. Before all the advances in technology, a typical workday would consist of going to the office from 9 AM to 5 PM. The creation of the iPad makes work from home more convenient and popular. One can now access their files on the go, as iPad welcomes Microsoft Office to their applications.
The latest social media craze is a new app called Yik Yak. Its basically an anonymous Twitter that you can comment on. So obviously its had some issues on its way to social media popularity. Continue reading →