We here at Mashable are obsessed with Snapchat – the filters, the live stories, and of course, the Discover channels.
But of course, it’s not perfect. In addition to a confusing, non-intuitive interface – Snapchat makes you work just to find that black drawing tool – there’s a lot we wish it had. Plus, there are older, now-removed features, we want back too, like the “best friends” feature which highlighted who you snapped with the most.
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While the app is always improving and adding new features, we’ve rounded up our wish list of Snapchat features, from an eraser tool to different fonts. Let’s take a look. Read more…
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On Tuesday evening, after winning all five primaries at stake, Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump took a celebratory swipe at Hillary Clinton‘s credentials.
“Frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don’t think she’d get 5% of the vote. The only thing she’s got going is the woman’s card,” Trump said during a news conference.
His audience barely applauded the controversial comment, which became a top-10 trending hashtag in the U.S. on Wednesday.
Twitter users, many of whom identified as Clinton supporters, began pointing out that the so-called #womancard actually isn’t worth much because of historic and persistent gender inequality. Read more…
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Look out, Internet. The new Peach has arrived – and we have Taylor Swift to thank.
A new text messaging app called Talkshow became the buzzy new social platform du jour on Tuesday for its quirky concept: it’s like “texting in public.”
The iOS-only app lets users host message-based “Talkshows” about various topics, from sports and politics to TV and music. People notify followers when a Talkshow is live, encouraging anyone who’s watching to send messages, post reactions and GIFs or even join in as a co-host. It’s like Periscope for texting.
Founder Michael Sippey said in a blog post that the concept is inspired by a conversation posted online of Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran. Read more…
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