TikTok has just announced a new partnership with Samsung where all smart TVs (2018 model and above) will have a dedicated TikTok app. The app will look familiar to most, by providing access to your “For You” page and videos from the accounts you follow.
I think we can all agree that 2020 has been…a year. And as we stumble towards the finish line, social platforms are releasing their years in review, providing a data-driven snapshot of what we talked about and posted, what we liked and who we swiped on.
2020, ah what a year it’s been. Just when we thought it couldn’t get any more strange, it outdoes itself, and this time in the form of a mysterious shiny monolith. On November 24th, we were alerted via our Twitter feeds that a strange metal structure appeared in the desert of Utah.
Since yesterday, Instagram keyword search has been available in the United States along with six other countries. Users were previously restricted to searches of hashtags and other users but now, people can discover content based on general keywords such as “healthy recipes” and “comfortable shoes.”
If you’ve been following Rihanna’s rise to the top of the beauty industry as she takes her throne as rightful Queen, then you know this last summer she announced Fenty Skin – her gender-neutral skincare line.
Before COVID-19 hit, the worlds of beauty and gaming were (mostly) mutually exclusive. Sure, some of the more innovative makeup brands were dipping their toes into the Twitch waters, but beauty was at home on YouTube and Instagram.
Raise your hand if your diet has become mostly pizza during this pandemic. ✋ I know, I can’t be the only one.
The campaign trail looks different now. Candidates are avoiding travel and crowds, opting for efforts like virtual town halls and digital fundraising events.
From dancing kermit to pumpkin heads, these quintessential Fleetwood Mac lyrics are now synonymous with a viral TikTok video that blew up the internet.