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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.

Joe White

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.

Joe White

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.

Joe White

Listen Socially With Ping

Ping is here as a part of the most recent iTunes updates for your computer and iPhone. We're here to help you understand the ins-and-outs of the first social network from Apple.

Scott Grizzle