Instagram may soon rollout caption support to StoriesFacebook-owned photo sharing app Instagram is said to be testing the possibility to add captions to Stories. This was highlighted by social media consultant Matt Navarra on Twitter who claimed that Instagram is adding a ‘Captions’ sticker for Stories posts.
Twitter may soon get an ‘undo’ buttonSocial networking website Twitter is soon going to roll out a new feature that will allow users to “undo” their tweets.Reverse engineering specialist Jane Manchun Wong has posted a GIF on Twitter that shows how the feature may work.
WhatsApp brings voice and video call to the desktop appAs per the post shared by WhatsApp on Twitter, calls made using its desktop app will offer end-to-end encryption. The voice and video calling feature till now was available only for the mobile app of WhatsApp. The latest announcement will come in handy to those using the WhatsApp desktop app.
Tinder may swipe right on selling phone accessoriesAccording to a report by Free Dating Tips website, the popular dating platform has recently filed a patent application as per which Match Group — the parent company of Tinder — has registered a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to protect the term 'Tinder Made'.
Instagram has a warning for ‘abusive’ accountsFacebook-owned photo sharing app Instagram has announced new measures that the company will take in order to tackle the problem of abusive messages that are sent to people via Direct Messages (DMs). The company in a blog post says that the hate messages sent through DMs instead of comments are harder to address as it doesn’t “use technology to proactively detect content like hate speech or bullying the same way.”
WhatsApp rolls out 'mute video' feature: What is it and moreInstant messaging app WhatsApp has reportedly started rolling out the support for muting videos before sharing them on the platform. As per a report by WABetaInfo, this feature has been rolled out for Android beta users of the app and is soon expected to be rolled out publicly too.