Here the news on social media issues during recent days that marketers must master. These are changes related to Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and more.
As of this week, Instagram allows live videos to be shared through direct messages. This means that if you are watching a Live you can notify your contacts so they can see it too.
The social network Facebook announced that it will implement new uses for visual recognition technology. That is, you will know in which photos you appear even if you are not labeled. This will also help to know if someone is using your image as a profile picture and thus avoid possible identity theft.
YouTube announced a major change in the way iOS users watch the videos. For years, people with iPhone saw black bars on the sides of YouTube videos when they put them in full screen mode. Now, the company owned by Google announced that they will finally look good.
Pirate games on the App Store
Days ago someone uploaded to the Apple App Store a pirated version of the popular game Cuphead and several could buy it for almost $ 8. Immediately the developers asked Apple to act.
Several reports indicate that Google will begin to require developers of apps that comply with API levels. This means that programmers can no longer use old code to comply with Play Store standards and upload their applications.