Instagram introduced a brand new look today. The app itself has been updated to the black and white theme for a couple weeks now, and today they introduced a brand new application icon. One of the biggest updates is most likely their new algorithm, which will put the photos they believe you’ll be most interested in at the top of your feed.
Today, Greats Brand launched a new app that uses Shopify’s SDK, and serves as a new marketplace for you to easily cop some kicks. To coincide with the launch, they released a pair of exclusive sneakers that you can only buy via the app. The “Nero” Prontos are incredibly clean, and you’ll have to download the app if you want to purchase them ASAP. The shoes will hit their online shop two days from on March 24th.
There are so many days I find myself stressing out about where I’m going to find a decent burrito. Those days are now long gone thanks to the help of My Burrito Finder. It’s a website that will help you find all of the dank burrito spots nearest whatever city, address, or zip code you enter. Amazing, right?
Using the MSQRD app, Vanity Fair decided to have some celebrities face swap with Leo DiCaprio. First off, the app doesn’t seem to work that well, but when it does it is pure gold. Secondly, half of these celebs were like “wtf are you doing? I don’t want to do this.”
Morgan Freeman and Waze have partnered up for one of the greatest things that has happened to a GPS app. Freeman’s voice is now an option to help navigate you around while using the app, Waze. They decided to do so in promotion for the upcoming film “London Has Fallen.”
Here’s how you change the app to his voice:
Make sure Google’s free Waze app is installed on your iOS or Android device.
Check that you have the latest version of the app installed
Go to Settings by tapping on Waze icon in lower left-hand corner of app. A new slide out screen will appear. In the upper left-hand corner you’ll see a gear icon. Tap on it.
Tap on Sound>Voice Language> eng-Morgan Freeman
Go to Settings in the app > Sound> Voice Language? Morgan Freeman
Squaready, Whitagram and so many other apps that add a border to your portrait and landscape photos just became obsolete. You can now post photos to Instagram that are either portrait or landscape mode and the app will automatically size the photo to fit with the press of a button. Pretty dope stuff, right? Head to the App Store to update to the newest software version of Insta.
Mylo is a newly launched application that makes dressing well as simple as possible. It’s pretty easy, first you select your style and the items that you already own. After that Mylo will suggest what you should wear based on the weather in your location. If you’re in need of an item for an outfit, Mylo also has a curated selection of classics that you can purchase to help complete your outfit.
Another cool feature is the app has live personal stylists that can help you decide on what to wear to certain events. You’ll also get exclusive discounts when purchasing through the app so that you can save a little cheddar.
Nike has finally released their long-awaited SNKRS app. The brand new application is currently only available for iOS, but should be releasing on Android soon. With SNKRS you’ll be able to stay up to date with the latest releases, be notified when shoes are about to release, and order them quickly & easily. Take a closer look at the app below:
Quick tutorial of features
Easy purchase option for new kicks
Remind yourself when new shoes release
Decide which shoes you want to see on your feed
View #1 of your feed
View #2 of your feed
Sort by men’s or women’s
Side menu options
Update which shoes you want displayed on your feed