A guide to help you choose the right image size for the social media platforms you currently use in 2017.
Snapchat are changing the way users can discover content by implement a multi-optioned search function. Users will be able to discover the content that they are looking for with keywords, topics, and even locations.
Twitter has said goodbye to it's iconic default profile picture, the twitter 'egg'. Twitter has replaced the egg with the traditional grey silhouette with hopes that more users upload their own profile picture when using the site.
Sick and tired of confusing group chats in Facebook Messenger? Getting frustrated at not knowing which question your friends are answering? Well not for long! Facebook have announced the introduction of 'Reactions' and 'Mentions' - but what are they all about?
Instagram have announced that they will introduce a new feature regarding 'Sensitive Content'. The feature will blur images that are deemed to be of content that is inappropriate to to the audiences that can access Instagram. With the huge debate on censorship still ongoing, neither side, for or against,
Instagram has implemented a new feature that allows users to save their own live broadcasts. The feature is being welcomed by users around the world as a step forward for the social networking giant Instagram.