Twitter’s default interface is a clean modern look with lots of white backgrounds. This is fine in most cases, but many users don’t know that Twitter also offers a Night Mode design that replaces most of the white with shades of dark blue. Here’s how to use it.
Facebook announced a major deal late Wednesday, agreeing to purchase popular messaging service WhatsApp for $16 billion. Facebook will let its new division operate independently and maintain its own branding, as well as maintain its own Facebook Messenger for the foreseeable future.
Facebook has to make money somehow, right? The company has decided to take advertising to the next level by rolling out autoplay video ads in users’ news feeds. The ads, which will thankfully be muted unless you click on them, will start playing as you scroll through your feed, and there’s no way to turn them off.
The official Twitter client for Mac OS X was updated today after nearly two years of neglect on the part of the popular social media platform. While still functional prior to today’s update, the Twitter app remained stagnant in the face of new hardware, such as Retina Displays, and drastic and controversial changes to Twitter’s API. The version 2.2 update to Twitter brings the following changes: Retina display support — Twitter is now more vibrant on the highest resolution Mac…