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Instagram 3.2 for iOS brings several improvements to the app's look and speed. For example, it sports an all-new camera design and a new Willow filter. Also, Instagram for Android is updated.
According to unnamed sources, Wall Street Journal has recently reported that the big giant has "generated around $1 billion from the sale of Google Apps and separate mapping software to businesses and governments" over this past year.
According to AllThingsD, Facebook confirms it has disabled Instagram's support for Twitter Cards technology.
Acquired by Google in September, Snapseed, a popular photo-editing app, is now finally available for download on Google Play for free. Likewise, the iOS version of the app is also free for now (originally US$4.99), and is also updated to include Google+ integration and some new filters.
Google has just announced that it’s no longer accepting new signups for the free edition of Google Apps. Luckily, if you’re already using it, today’s announcement has no impact on you, unless you wish to add more than 10 users.
Samsung is currently seeding the Android 4.1.2 update, which includes the Multi-View multi-tasking feature, over-the-air for its popular S III device. Poland will be the first country to receive it.
Symantec has announced that its latest flagship mobile security offering, Norton Mobile Security, has added support for iOS.
The popular social networking group has now "plastered posters across its headquarters", egging on employees to "switch from [iOS to Android] today", according to TechCrunch.
Win App Update has announced that Microsoft's new Windows 8 Store has passed the 20,000 apps mark, which translates to a growth rate of close to 500 new apps a day.
Facebook recently updated its iOS and Android apps with some new features, including a Share button, in-line friend tagging, and emoji options for messages.