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Hangouts On Air moving from Google+ to YouTube Live on September 12 @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Google announced today that Hangouts On Air will move from Google+ to YouTube Live on September 12; users will be asked to migrate to YouTube Live. In an email to TechCrunch, Google confirmed that Hangouts on Air isn’t shutting down, but will move to YouTube Live. “We’re focusing our live streaming efforts on YouTube Live and consolidating…

via Hangouts On Air moving from Google+ to YouTube Live on September 12 — TechCrunch

Twitter reportedly in talks with Apple to bring its app and NFL games to Apple TV @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

The New York Times reported yesterday that the Twitter app may be coming to Apple TV — and with it, Twitter’s live streaming content. If the two companies reach a deal by fall, Apple TV users could potentially watch Twitter’s live coverage of NFL games on their screens, since a deal between Twitter and the NFL to…

via Twitter reportedly in talks with Apple to bring its app and NFL games to Apple TV — TechCrunch

You don’t need a Google+ profile to post reviews on Play Store anymore @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

The Google Play Store will not require you to have a Google+ account to write reviews anymore. In an email to TechCrunch, Google confirmed the news that “a G+ profile is no longer needed to post a review.” Rumors that the change was happening were first reported by Android Police, which quoted several tips from its…

via You don’t need a Google+ profile to post reviews on Play Store anymore — TechCrunch

Facebook’s next big platform: Your camera @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

The hot trend in consumer social networking has progressed from text update sharing to gaming to one-off utilities to basic photo sharing to now, when content creativity apps have taken the spotlight. People are tired of sharing the same old picture of their face, food, or sunset. They want tools that help them make and…

via Facebook’s next big platform: Your camera — TechCrunch

Music streaming social network Whyd is switching its focus to hardware @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

French startup Whyd started off as a social network for music lovers. Going forward, the company is going to focus on releasing a connected speaker. For existing users, the social network isn’t going away. Whyd is open-sourcing it and still hosting it at Openwhyd.org. Launched in 2012, Whyd has been looking at ways to improve…

via Music streaming social network Whyd is switching its focus to hardware — TechCrunch

Disney launches its own messaging app, Disney Mix, aimed at kids and families @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Disney today is wading into the mobile messaging market with a new chat application called Disney Mix, aimed at kids, tweens and families. While the app will compete to some extent with popular messaging clients like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, and others, the goal with Disney Mix is to provide a safer alternative that’s built with the…

via Disney launches its own messaging app, Disney Mix, aimed at kids and families — TechCrunch

YouTube Kids rolls out an ad-free option @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

YouTube Kids, the child-friendly version of YouTube’s service launched last year which faced criticism for the way it handled advertisements, has today launched a version of the service that will offer parents the option to pay for an ad-free experience. Now, YouTube Kids will be bundled into the YouTube Red subscription program, a paid membership that…

via YouTube Kids rolls out an ad-free option — TechCrunch

Prisma for Android is now live for all in the Google Play Store @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

The hits just keep on coming for Prisma. Just over a month after launching on iOS and almost immediately capturing the imagination of the Instagramming masses in the process, AI-fueled photo filtering app is Prisma is now live for all Android users. That’s a mere five days after the app first launched in beta on Google’s mobile…

via Prisma for Android is now live for all in the Google Play Store — TechCrunch

Anyone can now apply to be verified on Twitter — TechCrunch

It may have just become a little easier to get the blue check mark on Twitter. The company has just announced that they are opening applications to apply for verification on the platform. As a refresher, being verified gives users a blue check mark on their profile to “let people know that an account of public interest…

via Anyone can now apply to be verified on Twitter — TechCrunch

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