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Reporting bugs and issues on Instagram just got a whole lot easier, thanks to the new Rage Shake feature. Here's how you can use it.
Apple’s focus on privacy is popular with its users, but Facebook, Snap, and Twitter may be less keen if it affects their bottom lines.
Where Zuckerberg goes, Tim Cook is unlikely to follow.
Did you know you can contact the moderators of a subreddit? Here's what you need to know about getting in touch with Reddit mods.
Keep hearing about MSCHF on YouTube, Instagram, or TikTok? Here's what you need to know about the mysterious app.
Want to post on Instagram using a laptop or desktop? This Google Chrome trick lets you post to Instagram from your PC!
While it's not the most popular social media platform, here are some reasons why Reddit is one of the best out there...
The Restrict feature is a more subtle option to blocking on Instagram. Here's the difference between the features...
It's possible to maintain privacy on Facebook. Here's how to decide which Facebook friends can see you online and which can't.
Dubsmash will cease to exist in February 2022, but that doesn't mean you need to stop creating lip-sync videos. There are other apps available...
The platform has rolled out a welcome mat to guests and desktop users.
Having taken on audio with Twitter Spaces, the social media giant turns its attention to video.