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February 26 2014


November 26 2013

Global Mobile Android/iOS Messaging App Map Dominated By WhatsApp - But BBM Bags A Foothold
The mobile messaging app landscape continues to be highly geographically fragmented, with different messaging services doing well in different global regions. Despite ongoing localised variety, messaging veteran WhatsApp remains dominant in multiple global regions, even as relative newcomer -- to Android and iOS -- BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), gets a foothold on the social chit-chat map of these two platforms.
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November 20 2013

Hey Kids, React Messenger Lets You Send Your Own Winking Smilie Selfie With Every Text You Send
Selfies aren't done yet. Not by a long chalk. But neither are stickers -- and in a battle between selfies and stickers which comes out on top? The LA-based startup behind a new iOS messaging app, React Messenger, reckons it has come up with an addictive way to blend the two -- turning selfies into sticker-esque emoticons that capture your real-time facial expression. It's calling this a "selfie messenger" app.

October 30 2013

Scringo's Community-Builder SDK Now Lets Developers Add Stickers & Paid Sticker Packs To Any App
Israel-based startup Scringo, which offers a cross-platform SDK to help developers add social elements such as messaging to their apps to increase user retention and boost in-app engagement, has added a new feature that taps into the consumer craze for stickers.

May 10 2013

Messaging App Line's Virtual Currency For Sticker Gifting Falls Foul Of Apple's App Store Rules
Messaging app Line, which recently announced it has passed 150 million users, has withdrawn a function from its iOS app that allowed users to gift paid-for stickers to each other by paying for them with a virtual currency. The change, spotted earlier by The Next Web, was made at Apple's request, said the company in a blog post today.

August 13 2010


Warning Stickers For Newspapers

If newspapers came with warning labels, they might look something like the ones Tom Scott came up with. The British “geek comedian” created warning stickers you can print out and put on newspapers (PDF below). They include:

Warning: This article is basically just a press release, copied and pasted.

Warning: This article contains unsourced, unverified information from Wikipedia

Warning: To ensure future interviews with subject, important questions were not asked.

Warning: To meet a deadline, this article was plagiarised from another news source.

Too bad you can’t stick these on blogs (present one excluded, of course).

(Hat tip to Nick Bilton)

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