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New in Snapchat: Replay and filters

New in Snapchat: Replay and filters | Digital & Internet Marketing News | Scoop.it
Snapchat recently released comprehensive lift to its iOS and Android apps, allowing it to gain update to replay images along with many fresh filters. The later has ‘smart’ covers that touts of capturing time, temperature and also speed.
Kimberly Castleberry's insight:

Some neat changes are afoot for Snapchat... check out this useful summary. 

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Lori Wilk's curator insight, December 28, 2013 7:20 PM

Can we keep up with all the trends and changes?

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5 Top Photo Editing Apps for Android and iOS

5 Top Photo Editing Apps for Android and iOS | Digital & Internet Marketing News | Scoop.it
Smart phones these days are now offering top of the line image processing power with enhanced camera lenses. these are so good that they can give a direct challenge to some of the best point and shoot cameras out in the market.
Kimberly Castleberry's insight:

I've used pixlr express for a long time and now that snapseed is available I often use it AFTER using snapseed. There's times I'll pass an image through 3 different apps before sending it to it's destination. It makes for amusing workflows. 

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Facebook Android Flaws Enable Any App to Get User's Access Tokens

Facebook Android Flaws Enable Any App to Get User's Access Tokens | Digital & Internet Marketing News | Scoop.it
A researcher has discovered serious vulnerabilities in the main Facebook and Facebook Messenger apps for Android that enable any other app on a device to access the user's Facebook access token and...
Kimberly Castleberry's insight:

Facebook for android users need to be aware of this new security flaw. Am I the only one that wishes that FB would stop leaving the android app so wimpy? 

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Everything You Didn't Know You Could Do with Google's Voice Commands

Everything You Didn't Know You Could Do with Google's Voice Commands | Digital & Internet Marketing News | Scoop.it
Voice search is one of those features that seems silly, but is awesome once you start using it. Not convinced? Here are a few ways to turn voice search from a silly gimmick into a useful productivity tool.

Via Neil Ferree, Gerrit Bes
Kimberly Castleberry's insight:

I love Google Now and the Google voice commands... and here's some that are not in the "What Can I Say" list that is built into Google Now. These are really handy. 

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Neil Ferree's curator insight, December 27, 2013 4:32 PM

Now that we can talk to Google like others talk to Siri using search queries like these will give you insight into what content you need to be writing and creating videos to better serve your readers


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What is a social link wheel and how to create and use it?

Randy Bauer's curator insight, December 28, 2013 5:15 PM

This is a great intro on the Social Link Wheel provided by Neil Ferree.

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Facebook App Vulnerabilities Could Compromise Your Account

Facebook App Vulnerabilities Could Compromise Your Account | Digital & Internet Marketing News | Scoop.it
Two newly discovered Android app vulnerabilities could give an attacker unrestricted access to your Facebook account.
Kimberly Castleberry's insight:

By now, you're probably familiar with the Skype attack where an infected account urges you to download a file... and if you are not alert, you trust the "person" (that you don't realize is hacked) and download/open the file without thinking..... well, that type of attack has now come to Android and was having a field day in the Facebook app. 

Fortunately, for the moment, the vulnerability has been patched, but that's not to stay that it won't return. 

Hackers seem to have too much time on their hands.  

Don't download stuff from someone without confirming with them that it's something you actually want and ensuring they are actually themselves. 

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Kimberly Castleberry's curator insight, October 31, 2013 10:51 AM

By now, you're probably familiar with the Skype attack where an infected account urges you to download a file... and if you are not alert, you trust the "person" (that you don't realize is hacked) and download/open the file without thinking..... well, that type of attack has now come to Android and was having a field day in the Facebook app. 

Fortunately, for the moment, the vulnerability has been patched, but that's not to stay that it won't return. 

Hackers seem to have too much time on their hands.  

Don't download stuff from someone without confirming with them that it's something you actually want and ensuring they are actually themselves.