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Briefly: Pop photo video app for iOS, Pinterest adds new app features

updated 06:22 pm EST, Sun February 16, 2014

Pop for iPhone combines photos, videos and GIFs in messaging service

Pop, a visual messaging app for iOS, has been released, offering users the ability to create photo and video combinations to relay a message. Each image-based message is called a "Pop," and upon receipt users press down on the first image to reveal secondary content. The format lends itself to a two-part structure that works well for relaying jokes or surprises, and is conducive to ongoing chatting. Users can share a "Pop" with via the Pop social feed and comment, or build off of, any shared "Pop." Available for devices running iOS 7 or later, Pop is free to download.



Pinterest for iPad adds Place Pins, GIF support for iOS and Android

Pinterest has announced the release of additional features for its mobile app versions. Pinterest for iPad now includes Place Pins, a feature offered on its web version of the platform since last November. GIF support is now featured on the iOS and Android apps, which was originally launched for its web version last month. Pinterest is a free app available through iTunes and Google Play.




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  1. kerryb

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    is it me or is new technology only being designed for 16 year olds?

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