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Enjoy ad-free Instagram while it lasts–because according to Mark Zuckerberg, that will soon change. Since the service needs some kind of revenue source to keep itself up and running, ads will be introduced down the line, as was confirmed by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg during the company’s earnings call. According to Zuckerberg…(Read More)

Instagram has announced that users can now embed their pictures and videos on the web, increasing the ways you can share your content. When you are on Instagram on your desktop (or more specifically, on your browser), simply click on an image, tap the share button, and copy the embed code. It’s been a…(Read More)

At a special press event today, Facebook and Instagram announced the addition of video to the world’s most popular mobile photo sharing app. Available now on both Android and iOS, Instagram will now allow users to take (and share) video clips of up to 15 seconds, and has even added 13 custom filters created…(Read More)

Never forget that we’re always being watched. If being a good person isn’t enough incentive to treat others with respect, then maybe the threat of being a celebrity social media joke might “encourage” more civilized behavior. It’s sort of like the wild west, but with cameras instead of guns. Skateboarding Super-Star…(Read More)

What are photo maps you ask? Photo Maps is a map-based display of the photos that you have captured and added geotagging to, and works with photos taken both before and post version 3.0 of the app. Alongside photo maps comes a lot of speed fixes and safety issues–which is reassuring since…(Read More)

It looks like Facebook wants to take on their newly acquired Instagram with their latest iOS app release. Facebook Camera for iOS allows users to browse albums and take photos without having to wait for the full mobile Facebook experience to load. Users can share videos more easily, upload several shots at a time, and…(Read More)