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Path's Places service in Path Talk is now available across the pond and down under
Path has just gone “across the pond and down under” for the Places feature of Path Talk.
| November 18
Path Goes 4.0 With New Look, Spins Off Messaging Feature Into New Path Talk App
In Path 4.0, messaging is no longer supported. But as it turns out, the feature is not entirely jettisoned.
| June 20
Snapchat-Like Ephemeral Messaging Coming Soon To Social Networking App Path
The "personal" social networking app Path is set to introduce a new Snapchat-like feature in the form of ephemeral messaging.
| June 8
'Personal' Social Networking App Path Finally Gets Updated And Redesigned For iOS 7
It's only now that Path has officially unveiled its new design for iOS 7.
| February 11
New Path Update Lets You Clear Private Messages And Auto-Post To WordPress
The "personal" social networking app Path has just received a new update for the new year.
| January 7
Path 3.2 Goes Live Featuring Premium Subscription Tier, Private Sharing And More
Announced earlier this month, version 3.2 of the popular "personal" social networking app Path has finally been released in the App Store.
| September 17
Path Opens API To New Partner Apps Including Over, Strava And WordPress
Path has just opened its API to a number of third-party services.
| August 13
Mathematical! Path Update Features New 'Adventure Time' Sticker Pack And More
Path has just received another update that includes an improved Friend Progress Bar, new settings, and new in-app shop items.
| July 23
New Path Update Paves The Way For Stickers In Comments, Better iPad Interface And More
Path has just received its first major update since its big 3.0 update four months ago.
| July 10
Path Showcases Snoopy And Gives San Francisco Some Love With Latest Update
The latest update to Path introduces a couple of new photo filters and a couple of new sticker packs for messages.
| June 20
Facebook Restricts Path From Inviting And Finding Friends On The Social Network
Facebook has apparently blocked the virtual path that enabled Path to allow its users to invite and find friends on the largest social network on the planet.
| May 5
Amid Fresh Criticism, Path Receives Update That Enhances Friend Discovery
A new update has been pushed to Path that makes finding and inviting friends even easier.
| May 4
Good Grief! Path Introduces Brand New 'Peanuts' Sticker Pack For Messages
Now you can see and have fun with the "Peanuts" gang right within the popular social networking app Path.
| April 27
Better Late Than Never: Path Gains Support For Hashtags In Moments
The popular social networking app Path has been updated with hashtag support.
| March 27
Path 3.0 Introduces Private Messaging, Handcrafted Stickers And In-App Shop
True to its name, Path 3.0 brings three notable features that essentially points the app to a new direction.
| March 7
The Path To Being A Great Social Networking App Is Paved With Privacy Issues
Hot on the heels of its settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over the privacy charges it received last year, Path has found itself in yet another privacy issue.
| February 2
Take A Trip Down Memory Lane With Path's New Moment Search Feature
Path, the well-designed social journal for iPhone and iPad, has just received an update that introduces an impressive search feature.
| December 21
In Addition To Being iPhone 5-Ready, Path Now Lets You Import Moments From Other Popular Social Networks
The newly updated Path has a few more features that happen to be not exclusive to iPhone 5 and iOS 6 users.
| September 22
Path Is On The Right Path Toward Becoming A Smarter Journal App
The self-described smart journal app Path has just become even smarter, thanks to an update it received just minutes ago.
| July 26
Path Update Attempts To Quiet Any Further Privacy Concerns
The updated 2.1.1 version of the Path app further helps protect user privacy by hashing contact information.
| April 3
Path App Uploads User Address Books Without Permission
Is anyone still surprised when a social service uses personal information in an "unexpected" manner? Apparently so.
A.T. Faust III
| February 7