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Tumblr blog editing arrives with latest app update

Tumblr has had an Android app available for quite a while now, except there was some missing functionality. In the past Tumblr users were able to create posts, comment on posts and also reply to comments using the Android app. The missing piece was the ability to customize the look of their blog.

Well, that will change with this latest update. The official Tumblr blog announced the changes this morning and the update is already available from the Play Store. Once updated users will be able to make adjustments to the header image, switch out the fonts and also change up the colors.

As some may have expected, any changes made to the design using the mobile app will then carry over to your Dashboard. Or in other words, you’ll be able to start customizing on one device, and pick up on the web or another mobile device. The folks at Tumblr have said this means users will now have 3.3 billion combinations to work with.

Sounds like quite a variety of design options will be available, but perhaps more important is how easy it should be to make changes. Tumblr Creative Director Peter Vidani has described the editor as being similar to WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get). This leads us to believe you should be able to quickly make changes and see previews of the new look.

The Tumblr app can be found using this Google Play Store link, however those with the app currently installed should keep an eye out for an update notification or simply visit the Play Store on their device.

VIA: GigaOm

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Tumblr’s mobile apps finally get full-on customization tools

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While Tumblr has had mobile apps for years, it hasn’t been easy to truly cut the PC cord; you’ve had to retreat to your computer to fine-tune every aspect of your blog’s look. You won’t be held back any more, though. The social service has rolled out new Android and iOS apps that offer the same editing powers you have on the web. You can now change colors, images and anything else that was once desktop-only, and your color pick will even change the interface’s look on others’ devices.

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Tumblr is building theme customization into their app

A new Tumblr app is on the way to Android and iOS devices, bringing a new level of blog customization to your mobile device. Previously, there was no built-in way to make edits to your Tumblr blog when mobile, but now users will be able to change things up on the fly, whether at home or on the go.



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Tumblr update for Android declares war on boring profiles

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Let’s face it, your Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. profile is not unique. It has your own personal profile photo and maybe some color choices, but the basic layout is exactly the same as every other user. Tumblr sees this as a problem, and in their upcoming update for Android they are doing something to fix it.

If you use Tumblr on the web you know that everyone’s profile can be completely customized. Think of it like a modern version of MySpace that doesn’t suck. In Tumblr’s mobile apps, however, every profile looks the same. That changes in version 3.6.0.16, which can be downloaded today from the Google Play Store. Users can give their profile custom accent color, background color, font, and cover photo. The simple tools let any user easily create a unique look for their profile.

At 16 minutes per visit, people stay on Tumblr longer than Netflix, Facebook, and Twitter. You can share photos, videos, text posts, and a lot more. If you’ve never check it out now is a great time. Be sure to follow us on Tumblr for all of your Android news, too!

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Flickr update introduces complete redesign

Flickr_Splash_BannerYahoo just released a new update to Flickr that completely overhauls the UI. With the new app you’ll be able to capture HD video and share it with Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter — no Google+… sad — while using flickr’s new filters and editing tools to enhance each photo. You’ll be able to change the color balance, contrast and saturation just to name a few. You’ll also be able to take advantage of following friends and world class photographers as well. For those of you who take tons of photos you’ll need not worry about space as everyone who has a Flickr account will receive almost a Terabyte of free storage.

You’ll also be able to manipulate a series of privacy settings to make your photos private or public, so those of you who are fearful of creeper Internet folk perusing your photos will need not have to worry. Hit the break for a gallery, QR code and download link. Enjoy!

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Tumblr gets two-step verification, makes your GIFs more secure

If you’ve scrolled through Tumblr lately and thought to yourself, “Hey, this could use some added security,” the blogging platform has your back. Today the outfit announced that it’s adding two-step authentication as a means of keeping your account safe. Authentication codes are sent either via a text message or an app like Google’s Authenticator, and work akin to basically every other service that uses them: simply input the code with the rest of your login credentials and you should be good to go. Tumblr says that the verification process won’t interfere with using the mobile apps, but you’ll need to create a one-time password via your account settings page in order to sign in on your device. From the sounds of it, this shouldn’t take any longer than finding your next favorite Emma Stone GIF might.

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Tumblr Introduces New Two-Factor Authentication Option To Better Protect User Accounts

Tumblr-ThumbTumblr has rolled out a new two-factor authentication option that, once enabled, decreases the likelihood of someone breaking into your Tumblr account. Rather than just a password, you will also need to type in a key generated by your Android device. We’ve already seen Google, Facebook, and Twitter implement this functionality, so while it’s about time, it’s also better late than never.

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You can enable the feature through your Tumblr settings page.

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Tumblr Android app updated, takes advantage of new search features

Tumblr has seen an update, and it’s oddly simple — but brilliant. This time around, we’ll get the ability to search for multiple tags or topics at once, and return different results when we use the hashtagging feature. This has been around for a few months, but is only recently available for Android.

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If you look in the Play Store, the “What’s new” section merely states “Made one big improvement: now you can filter and sort your search results. Now you can take control of your life.” That belies the subtle brilliance of it all, as detailed in the Tumblr blog post. From there, we get the all the details:

  • You can now use multiple #tags in a single query to find all that #hello kitty #nail art.
  • Searching for “government shutdown” now returns posts tagged #government shutdown or that mention ”government shutdown”. Searching “#government shutdown” will limit the results to posts with that #tag.
  • You’ll now see related blogs in your search results.
  • Use the new Filter menu to filter by post type!

This becomes really useful when you want to see all topics that relate to something (sans hashtag), or posts that specifically make note of a topic originally (using a hashtag in search). This will give more thorough results, and is a feature we’re surprised to see just making the cut. It seems like such a simple thing for a service that relies heavily on hashtags and search.

The update, it seems, is not without its detractors. Some users are noting it has become slower, with one reviewer noting it’s changed the way pictures are shared, forcing you to choose form all pics rather than a Gallery. Audio remains a problem, and we hope to see it fixed via a future update. At 4.4 stars in the Play Store, most seem happy with the app, so Tumblr is clearly onto something.

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Tumblr update introduces vastly improved search engine for even easier #Allison Brie #GIF results

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It was back in October that Tumblr announced an all new and enhanced search engine for sifting through the wealth of images and blogs Tumblr has at its disposal. Where previously users could only search for a specific tag (not very useful), Tumblr made it possible to search for multiple tags or even an entire phrase.

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Today Android users finally get to join in the festivities, with the latest update just hitting Google Play. Looking for “hot babes”? Simply open the app and plug in the desired search term to pull up posts mentioning “hot babes,” or with a hashtag in the front for tags containing “#hot babes”.

It’s pretty amazing, and something we can’t believe wasn’t implemented from the start.

Tumblr is now your oyster. Just be safe out there, boys and girls.

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Tumblr app finally supports animated GIF and landscape mode

Tumblr has just let out a new version of its Android app that brings in some much awaited features. Among other things, the update adds support on mobile devices for one of the most popular uses of the social networking and microblogging service: animated GIFs.

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The GIF image format has been in use for a long time and its popularity drives from its ability to show a short animated sequence of images without having to use actual video files or formats. While the use of animated GIFs as web page decorations has fallen out of fashion long ago, the use of the image format was revived in recent times as a popular way of sharing short clips of entertaining moments, especially those that involve cats. Although many image hosting services support posting animated GIFs, Tumblr has become a popular rendezvous point as the service focuses particularly on the sharing of such bits and pieces of media.

Unfortunately, the Tumblr experience on Android has not been up to par. While it is possible to view animated GIFs on a per post basis, the animations do not show up on the dashboard, making the experience a bit inconsistent and inconvenient. With this new update to the Android app, however, animated GIFs on the home feed will automatically play for your enjoyment. But that is not the only improvement that has been added to this new version. Users will now also be able to create Photosets right from the mobile app. But perhaps more importantly, the app now works in landscape mode as well, pulling Tumblr into to the tablet age.

The updated Tumblr for Android is now available on Google Play Store and should be rolling out to those who already have it installed. Or click the download link below if you haven’t tried it out yet.

Download: Tumblr on Google Play Store
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Tumblr app now shows GIFs in the dashboard, properly rotates to landscape

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What good is Tumblr without proper GIF support? Now it's here

An update is hitting today for the Tumblr app that brings a couple of much-welcomed features, GIFs in the dashboard and full landscape support. What's Tumblr without GIFs? Now you can view posts with GIFs, and the images will automatically start playing and looping as you scroll to them in your dashboard.

You can also now experience those GIFs and all other kinds of content in landscape, which works on phones but Tumblr says looks especially good on tablets. Additionally, you can also create and share photosets in the apps, as well as double tap images to zoom in and out.

You can grab the latest version of the Tumblr app from the Play Store link above.

    



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Facebook Home opens up to show media from Flickr, Tumblr and others

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Multiple content sources can now populate your home or lock screens

Facebook is rolling out a new feature to its Android beta testing group that enables the ability to add other media content sources to Facebook Home or your lock screen. The ability to set Facebook Home as just your lock screen and not primary launcher isn't new, but being able to customize what media sources populate it is. Now when setting up Home, you can choose to sign in and add Flickr, Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram accounts to the service.

After setting up your accounts, you will now see a mixture of photos from all of the services you've selected on your lock or home screens, rather than just content from your Facebook friends. You'll be able to "like" or comment on the pictures and simply hit the "view on" button to open the media in your browser as well.

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Facebook Home adds Flickr, Tumblr, Instagram and Pinterest to lock screen (video)

Starting today, Facebook Home is finally including non-Facebook content on the lock screen, though only a few users will be able to take advantage of the option at first. Facebook for Android Beta testers can now access content from Flickr, Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram as well as standard …

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Tumblr adds push notifications to Android app, iOS version to follow suit

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A barrage of apps might’ve just gotten an iOS 7 refresh, but there’s one for Android that’s left its iOS counterpart in the dust: Tumblr. The microblogging site’s Android app now boasts push notifications, adding blog follow and comment pings to the mishmash of Facebook and Twitter replies you get. Of course, if you like suspense and would rather see interactions when you’re on the Yahoo-owned site, you can alway turn notifications off via Settings. Despite this notable feature, the new version’s changelog is quite short — the only other item is the activity screen redesign that you can see in the image above. Have fun lording these changes over your iOS-using friends while you can, though — Tumblr says an update for iPhones and iPads is “coming very soon.”

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Tumblr on iOS expands search, Android version does the same (updated)

Tumblr on iOS expands search, Android version gets new animations

Tumblr‘s iOS and Android apps were both updated today, with the former getting a “new discovery experience” and the latter getting a variety of updates (most notably a UI redesign). The iOS app’s update adds the ability to “search tags and blogs” directly through Tumblr iOS’ “discovery” section (previously you could only search by tag), making it all the easier to find that entry on Public Shaming you wanted to show mom.

The Android app, meanwhile has “fancy new post animations,” and apparently it makes “images pop!” There are also a couple of bug fixes and some functionality updates — full notes for both versions are just below, and you can snag Tumblr for iOS and Android at the links in the source. Now if you’ll excuse us, we’ve gotta get back to reading Dear Trolls.

Update: Several of the features outlined above have been available in earlier Android updates. The search functionality, however, is completely new.

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Tumblr for Android update brings search and discovery improvements

The folks at Tumblr have rolled out the latest Android app update. This update has arrived as version 3.4.0 and it currently available in the Google Play Store. This latest update probably isn’t what many would consider a game changer in that it does include countless new features, but it does bring some improvements in terms of search and discovery.

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Not to mention, it makes it easier to follow recommended blogs and also share your posts to other networks. Those updating the app will likely notice a few changes here and there. To begin with, this update brings a change to the center button across the top. The update now includes a search icon which when tapped will bring the option to search tags and blogs.

The page offers easy access to the trending tags as well as the trending blogs, however a tap of the search box will allow you to enter the search terms of your choosing. That same page will also show a list of featured hashtags. You can then also track and share that search term. As far as content discovery goes, the search results page offers a clear ability to follow results with a “Follow” option sitting on the right side.

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Otherwise, another smaller but welcomed change comes in with sharing your posts. This comes from the Home page (home icon sitting on top) and if you look towards the bottom of any of your posts you will now see a share button. This share button joins the previously existing buttons (which were delete and edit) and is sitting on the left. A tap of this share option brings the familiar Android share page which offers sharing options based on what you have on your device.

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Tumblr Brings more Ads to Users’ Dashboard

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Today Tumblr is the sponsored posts that were introduced to its mobile applications a month ago to its web dashboard. The sponsored posts are from companies including Viacom, Ford, AT&T and Universal Pictures. Tumblr’s users will be able to reblog, like follow and share the ads and the brands directly from their dashboard, the sponsors posts will be marked with a dollar sign so the users know they are paid posts.

Tumblr founder David Karp has explained that Tumblr wants to offer advertisers canvas for creative brand advertising, which is something he feels hasn’t been catered for anywhere else on the web. A statement from Tumblr said “We want to give them the space to do anything, a four-second loop, an hour and a half video, a high-res panorama, whatever they need to help them build amazing, interactive ads”.

The eventuality of advertising coming to Tumblr was going to happen whether or not Yahoo acquired them, they need the revenue to keep the business a float. Tumblr’s user base is very temperamental to change so when ads popped up on the service they took to posting to express their feelings. They ads were rolled out yesterday and now the entire Tumblr user base will receive the sponsored posts in their feed.

Source: TechCrunch

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Yahoo Updates Flickr App To v2.0 With Slick New UI And A Ton More Storage

unnamedIt seems like Yahoo is really trying to make waves lately with new-ish CEO Marissa Mayer at the helm. Not a day after announcing its acquisition of Tumblr, the company’s other vowel-deficient service is getting a makeover, and that includes a new Android app. Flickr, that photo-sharing site of yesteryear, has been updated in Google Play with a new interface. Don’t let the old Google Play screenshots fool you – the app has been totally redesigned to match the new desktop site.

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The photostreams are now made up of large tiles set against a dark background. There is a slide-out navigation menu and a new interface for applying filters to pictures.

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Yahoo Updates Flickr App To v2.0 With Slick New UI And A Ton More Storage

unnamedIt seems like Yahoo is really trying to make waves lately with new-ish CEO Marissa Mayer at the helm. Not a day after announcing its acquisition of Tumblr, the company’s other vowel-deficient service is getting a makeover, and that includes a new Android app. Flickr, that photo-sharing site of yesteryear, has been updated in Google Play with a new interface. Don’t let the old Google Play screenshots fool you – the app has been totally redesigned to match the new desktop site.

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The photostreams are now made up of large tiles set against a dark background. There is a slide-out navigation menu and a new interface for applying filters to pictures.

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Yahoo Updates Flickr App To v2.0 With Slick New UI And A Ton More Storage

unnamedIt seems like Yahoo is really trying to make waves lately with new-ish CEO Marissa Mayer at the helm. Not a day after announcing its acquisition of Tumblr, the company’s other vowel-deficient service is getting a makeover, and that includes a new Android app. Flickr, that photo-sharing site of yesteryear, has been updated in Google Play with a new interface. Don’t let the old Google Play screenshots fool you – the app has been totally redesigned to match the new desktop site.

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The photostreams are now made up of large tiles set against a dark background. There is a slide-out navigation menu and a new interface for applying filters to pictures.

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Tumblr for iOS Redesigned, Looks more like Path

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There has been a lot hype surrounding Yahoo possibly acquiring Tumblr in the past week, the blogging service has release an update to their iOS app with show cases a redesigned user interface that looks very similar to Path – a social network app. The Path-like interface has been available on the Android version of the app for a while now.

The tumblr app has added the stack feature which was popularized by the social network, for those of you have never encountered Path before the stacks feature is hidden within the post button. When you press the post button the many different option such as text, photos, video, links ect.

The newly redesigned app is available for download now in the iTunes store, so if you loved the design of Path then you’ll love the new post composition of Tumblr. It is really just the post composition that has noticeably changed otherwise it is the same as the original app.

Another addition to the Tumblr app that will appeal to a broader audience, they have introduced more sharing options to site that include Twitter, Instapaper, Pocket (Both read later application, where you can read content offline) and Facebook also more gestures have been added.

Below is an image of what the new addition of stacks looks like for those of you who haven’t used Path before.

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Yahoo confirms acquisition of Tumblr, but will run it as a ‘separate business’

Yahoo confirms acquisition of Tumblr, but will run it as a 'separate business'

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s rumors, Yahoo and Tumblr have jointly announced a “definitive agreement” for the former to acquire the latter for $1.1 billion. The agreement makes it clear that Tumblr will be “independently operated as a separate business” with its own branding and line of development. A frankly worded press release says that this arms-length arrangement will help Yahoo “not to screw it up” and promises that the 300 million monthly visitors to the blogging site will continue to experience Tumblr’s “irreverence, wit, and commitment to empower creators.” If all this is to be believed, those who have allegedly fled to WordPress, for fear of Tumblr being shut down or re-versioned, may have slightly jumped the gun.

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Yahoo confirms acquisition of Tumblr, but will run it as a ‘separate business’

Yahoo confirms acquisition of Tumblr, but will run it as a 'separate business'

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s rumors, Yahoo and Tumblr have jointly announced a “definitive agreement” for the former to acquire the latter for $1.1 billion. The agreement makes it clear that Tumblr will be “independently operated as a separate business” with its own branding and line of development. A frankly worded press release says that this arms-length arrangement will help Yahoo “not to screw it up” and promises that the 300 million monthly visitors to the blogging site will continue to experience Tumblr’s “irreverence, wit, and commitment to empower creators.” If all this is to be believed, those who have allegedly fled to WordPress, for fear of Tumblr being shut down or re-versioned, may have slightly jumped the gun.

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Yahoo confirms acquisition of Tumblr, but will run it as a ‘separate business’

Yahoo confirms acquisition of Tumblr, but will run it as a 'separate business'

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s rumors, Yahoo and Tumblr have jointly announced a “definitive agreement” for the former to acquire the latter for $1.1 billion. The agreement makes it clear that Tumblr will be “independently operated as a separate business” with its own branding and line of development. A frankly worded press release says that this arms-length arrangement will help Yahoo “not to screw it up” and promises that the 300 million monthly visitors to the blogging site will continue to experience Tumblr’s “irreverence, wit, and commitment to empower creators.” If all this is to be believed, those who have allegedly fled to WordPress, for fear of Tumblr being shut down or re-versioned, may have slightly jumped the gun.

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Tumblr CEO feels the $1.1 billion offer from Yahoo is too low

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Tumblr CEO David Karp has said that he thinks the amount that Yahoo wants to lay down for the acquisition of the blogging service, the amount that the Yahoo board have officially agreed upon that they are willing to spend on acquiring the company is $1.1 billion. Not too shabby for the company, if they accept the offer they will have beaten Instagram for the highest acquisition fee paid out in silicon valley in the past year.

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Tumblr has been valued by an independent source at around $800 million, this has lead some commentators to question Yahoo’s action in laying down a huge amount of money just for the demographic of 18 to 14 year olds. The Instagram acquisition had many possible buyers such as Twitter, where as this offer by Yahoo is the only offer on the table at this present time. The offer of a little over one billion won’t go higher and if Tumblr rejects it I doubt they’ll get another like it.

The blogging service has been surviving off of it’s $125 million is funding for a tad too long with out finding a sustainable channel for revenue or try to get more rounds of funding. When Yahoo’s window of opportunity runs out Facebook and Microsoft are two potential companies to make an offer but probably not as much as Yahoo’s stab in the dark offer.

No to Acquisition, Yes to Advertising 

Tumblr could go it alone by adding some form of advertising to their service, but Karp has said that advertising “really turns our stomachs” which is a fundamental problem with there business model of just living of off funding. Tumblr attracts a mind boggling amount of traffic and this it is just nonsensical not to capitalize on the traffic they regularly bring in, just so the company didn’t have to rely on outside investment to keep the lights on.

To illustrate the amount of traffic Tumblr gets it is the ninth most visited site in the U.S, and it has a whopping 217 million unique visitors world wide every month and 74 million psts are made each day. The site has a lot of room for growth even though it is massively popular already.

There are rumours that Tumblr will bite the bullet and introduce a pay-per view system later this year; the system will work by paying to get others to view, so like a recommendation bar or something to that affect.

Source – VentureBeat

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Google Glass gets Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, CNN and more

Google has announced several new apps for Google Glass users to play with. Oh, and you developer types will have some new toys to play with in the new Glass Development Kit!

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Google Glass gets Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, CNN and more

Google has announced several new apps for Google Glass users to play with. Oh, and you developer types will have some new toys to play with in the new Glass Development Kit!

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Google Glass gets Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, CNN and more

Google has announced several new apps for Google Glass users to play with. Oh, and you developer types will have some new toys to play with in the new Glass Development Kit!

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Weebly Releases Official Android App, Makes Mobile Blogging Even Easier

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Blogging is a cruel mix of trying to come up with interesting content and struggling with the software to make a good site. For people who don’t want to partake in epic battles against WordPress but need a little more control than Tumblr has to offer, Weebly provides a simple drag-and-drop interface and professional templates to quickly build a great looking platform on which to share your thoughts. While not as popular as the aforementioned WordPress (Alexa #21) and Tumblr (Alexa #32), Weebly (Alexa #301 and Google PageRank of 8) claims to have over 12 million users and is a force to be reckoned with.

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Weebly Releases Official Android App, Makes Mobile Blogging Even Easier

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Blogging is a cruel mix of trying to come up with interesting content and struggling with the software to make a good site. For people who don’t want to partake in epic battles against WordPress but need a little more control than Tumblr has to offer, Weebly provides a simple drag-and-drop interface and professional templates to quickly build a great looking platform on which to share your thoughts. While not as popular as the aforementioned WordPress (Alexa #21) and Tumblr (Alexa #32), Weebly (Alexa #301 and Google PageRank of 8) claims to have over 12 million users and is a force to be reckoned with.

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