As a person who loves to photography, I think Snapjoy is an answer to some problems. What is Snapjoy? It’s a service that will help you organize your photos. The word ‘organize’ here is about putting photos you’ve uploaded to multiple services in one place, and organize them. Anyway, I like its name: ‘snap’ and […]
Giving you a better Google Technology has the power to change people’s lives. But to make a difference, we need to carefully consider what to focus on, and make hard decisions about what we won’t pursue. This enables us to devote more time and resources giving you products you love, and making them better for […]
Google Play Developer Program Policies. About application submission to Google Play.
Isn’t nice when YouTube Official blog post an article using Bahasa Indonesia for its subject? Well, I know… it’s only a title. Yes, YouTube just announced that they launched its new domain for Indonesia. It’s youtube.co.id. If you open youtube.co.id on your browser, you will be redirected to http://www.youtube.com/?gl=ID&hl=id So, is it only a matter of having […]
If you follow me on Twitter, you probably have heard that I involved in Darisini application. Basically, it’s an application (currently available for iOS devices and Android phones) that tries to help you to find some specific venues from a certain categories. You can go to Darisini’s website or read its blog. I would like […]
Instaport — “A simple way to export all your Instagram photos to other social services or your local hard drive. Instaport is a simple way to export or backup all your Instagram photos by downloading a single zip file. You can then use it in combination with Google+, Facebook or any other (photo) application.”
That’s right, Facebook acquires Instagram for $1 Billion in cash and stock. Here are some points regarding this acquisition (from what Mark Zuckerberg) wrote: “We plan on keeping features like the ability to post to other social networks, the ability to not share your Instagrams on Facebook if you want, and the ability to have […]
Good news for Instragram users on Android device. Instagram is now supporting tablet. It also support WiFi-only devices like Samsung’s Galaxy Play. Download now.
Yahoo just had Amanda Pires (from eBay) and Twitter grabbed Gabriel Stricker (from Google) as its new VP of Communications.
ZDNet has a list of 10 patents that Facebook is using to attack Yahoo. This is a simple list: Generating a feed of stories personalized for members of a social network (U.S. Patent No. 7,827,208) Tagging digital media (U.S. Patent No. 7,945,653) Headline posting algorithm (U.S. Patent No. 6,288,717) Method for enabling a user to fetch a specific […]
Google’s Schemer: Whether it’s exploring a new city, checking out a friend’s movie recommendation, or just finding new activities for your weekends, Schemer lets you discover new things to do, share schemes with friends, and make the most of your day.
Beginning November 22, 2011, we will end support for the Gmail App for Blackberry (installed native app). Over this past year, we’ve focused efforts on building a great Gmail experience in the mobile browser and will continue investing in this area. Users may continue to use the app, if installed, however it will not be supported by […]
Finally, Google Apps users now can have the full access to Google+ service. Previously, if you’re using Google App for your domain, you need to migrate to other Google account to get the service. I did that already. But now, Google made it available for Google Apps user. Quoting from Google Enterprise blog: Starting now […]
I have been using WordPress Stats plugin for long time. And when Jetpack was introduced, I had it installed right away. Everything works great. What I like about WordPress statistics data — from this plugin — is that it can give me some useful insight about my blog traffic. It’s not as detailed as Google […]
Not exactly a Twitter client, but tool to manage social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and more. When I created my first Twitter account in 2006, there weren’t any applications for desktop or mobile. But, it’s 2011 and the service grows so fast. It’s around one billion tweets sent per week (according to […]
I decided not to use it. I’m using about.me service to create my personal splash page. You can see mine at about.me/thomasarie. It looks good, and very useful to display multiple online profiles like Twitter, Facebook, or even Instagram. Everything works great. Few days ago, about.me users received an email informing about an offer to […]
If you like to analyze influence using a service called Klout — or, you like to analyze your own Klout score — this might be a good news. Klout just added five new services to build (hopefully) better scoring. You can now add services like Tumblr, Instagram, Blogger.com, Flickr and Last.fm. The additional services try […]
Last year, YouTube introduced its new video player design, and I decided to use it before it was released for public. Now, YouTube has another new player design. This time, it’s dark. The next question is: Do you like it? Do I like it? The dark element can add more contrast, but when I want […]