Relevanza posts on "mobile web"
May 20, 2013
?It's widely reported the Yahoo acquisition of Tumblr is all but a done deal; Pinterest goes even more commercial with big brands; and an insightful voice says mobile messaging is the future, not necessarily social networks - necessarily.
December 04, 2012
Social media use on mobile devices increased in the U.S. by 63 percent in 2012 and consumers spent more time on mobile devices than on PCs
December 03, 2012
Now what? The "now what" is the rollout of Facebook's new feature for its mobile apps, both iOS and Android: automatic upload & sync of photos from your mobile devices
November 06, 2012
A first few at Instagram's new feature for the desktop: Web Profiles.
October 25, 2012
Available for Android, iOS and, even, Windows 7 (yea, right, who uses that?), the RunPee app was built to give you a more comfortable, less-fidgety, less-stressful movie-going experience while also allowing you to consume your favorite movie beverage with impunity.
September 28, 2012
We have yet another great change for brands on Twitter. You can now use more graphical tools to show off your brand's image and be consistant over all devices. The changes have been rolled out to all Twitter users for a few days now and we have been experiementing with them in different ways.
September 10, 2012
Everybody loves pictures more than words - or so it seems. It has, of course, long been said one picture is worth a thousand of the other thing. And, so, it is true also along the social media spheres. Witness the meteoric rise of photo-based social platforms like Pinterest. It is true, as well, for the big daddy of the social platforms, Facebook. Take a look behind the scenes for a high engagement photo post.
June 12, 2012
Because we know two-thirds of all adults are connected to social media and we know the great majority of people now use smartphones (64 percent for the crowd between 24 and 34 years old), it only stands to reason the next emerging battle for attention and dollars from us humble users will be between Google and Apple: Android vs. iPhone.