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We talked to the Financial Times, La Nación, The New York Times, Vox, Chilango, the Times of India, and others about their early experiments sharing news on the world’s favorite messaging app.
“There’s no point in making a wonderful website or an amazing app if people aren’t going to the website or downloading the app.”
VR, AR, a podcast, messaging apps, Snapchat shows, voice devices, Uber rides, and more.
“What we’ve created is a bot-like exchange, but in the voice and tone of a person.”
The newly pivoted Purple, now in private beta, is aimed largely at journalists with large personal followings on social media already.
“We’re coming at this with the assumption that, if you build a platform for people to have texting conversations in public, you’ll get some interesting, different kinds of conversations out of it.”
Get ready for more interactive notifications, Siri in other apps, richer Messages, and more.
A big step forward for news bots, new sharing tools, and Facebook Live goes pro.
We sift through the academic journals so you don’t have to. Here are 10 of the most interesting studies about social and digital media published in 2015.