Adrien Dulong

Le blog d'un étudiant ingénieur dans le domaines des Technologies de l'Information et la Communication.
Quelques reflexions, idées, débats autour des thèmes des nouvelles technologies, de la mobilité ou autres innovations.
thisistheverge:

Best New Apps: Google Hangouts
I’ve tried WhatsApp, GroupMe, Kik, Google Voice, LINE, Trillian, and basically every other messaging app you can think of — I’ve even tried using Skype as an IM service, because at least my parents know what Skype is. I’d given up on finding an app that had all three things I need: cross-platform, useful online and off, and accessible enough that I could convince everyone I know to use it. But Google’s new Hangouts app is all that and more. 

Strange ! Even the notifications number doesn’t update correctly !

thisistheverge:

Best New Apps: Google Hangouts

I’ve tried WhatsApp, GroupMe, Kik, Google Voice, LINE, Trillian, and basically every other messaging app you can think of — I’ve even tried using Skype as an IM service, because at least my parents know what Skype is. I’d given up on finding an app that had all three things I need: cross-platform, useful online and off, and accessible enough that I could convince everyone I know to use it. But Google’s new Hangouts app is all that and more. 

Strange ! Even the notifications number doesn’t update correctly !

Path: Twitter Cards and Path

thepersonalnetwork:

We are delighted to be one of Twitter’s partners as part of the launch of their new mobile and web cards. Starting today, embedded Path moments that have been syndicated to Twitter are now optimized in expanded Tweets, and the shared content deep links directly to Path.

We are so excited…

Pretty excited by this new way to promote mobile apps through twitter !

Path: Insider Report: How to Tell a Better Story

thepersonalnetwork:


We always knew we wanted Search on Path, but needed the timing to be just right. As our users created more and more moments, the ability to go back to their previous moments become more and more important. We didn’t want to build an “explore” or recommendation feature, but rather a way for…

Article intéressant sur la réalisation de l’outil “search” de Path !