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Nintendo gets social on the App Store - Miitomo video review
Nintendo's Miitomo hits the App Store and aims at making us more social.
| April 1
It's Bad News For 'Personal' Social Networking As Path Lays Off 20 Percent Of Staff
Path has laid off 13 members of staff representing 20 percent of the company's workforce.
| October 16
Riposte Brings A Refreshing New Mobile Interface For App.net
App.net is still around, and that means new apps! Riposte is a nice and welcome change from the usual fare of ADN apps.
| January 25
In Wake Of Their Feud With Twitter, Instagram Gets A Yummy Update
Everyone's favorite photo-based social networking app just got a nice, beefy update. Let's check out what's new!
| December 10
Pudding.to Offers Quirky Filters In Their Own Micro Photography Social Network
Is Instagram getting a bit tiring for you? Then check out pudding.to, which is a quirkier Instagram but available on both iOS and Android (if that's what you're into).
| March 2
Wunderkit For iPhone: Getting-Things-Done Goes Social
Wunderkit - a GTD iPhone app that allows users to work on a project with friends and family - has recently hit the App Store.
| February 1
Path Gets A Major Update: Adds New Design, Music, Check-Ins And More
Back when we first started talking about Path, the free application wanted to be a more "personal social network," providing family members and close friends with a non-public means of sharing personal and social information. Now, in its second major version, the app also wants to be your "Smart Journal," and has received a number of new features that make this possible. Fortunately, one thing has remained the same: like before, Path is available to download in the App Store for free, which we're glad to see.
| November 30
Kinetik - A Social Network For iOS Apps
A brand new application called "Kinetik," which works kind of like a social network for iOS applications, is now available to download in the App Store. Once downloaded, users can "share the applications [they] love" with others. It's also possible to view a list of the apps shared by friends, the most shared ("trending") applications and shared apps by category from within Kinetik.
| September 6
Google+ For iPhone Now The Top Free Application In The App Store
The Google+ iPhone app is now the number one application in the App Store, less than a day following its release. The application allows users to access Google+ in a native iPhone app, provided users have already been invited to use the social network. Unfortunately, the application is not yet compatible with iOS 5, meaning iOS developers running a prerelease version of the upcoming mobile operating system will have to stick with the mobile Web version of Google+, for now.
| July 20
Create A Website Instantly From Your iPhone With Zapd
If you have never created a website, Zapd might be a fun way to enter into the world of website development!
| April 15
Path Updated: Now Share Moments From Your Camera Roll
Path, "the more personal social network," has recently received an update. Now, users of the application can share moments from the iPhone's Camera Roll. Read on to find out more ...
| December 10