Tapgram is a social service that helps people who can't otherwise express themselves do just that - express themselves.
Instead of writing or typing out responses, users can tap on large icons that represent moods and can tap more to up the level of severity. Users can choose from a variety of moods including happy, sad, mischievous, and groovy. Though still a bit rough around the edges, Tapgram seems like an excellent way to help people with communication restrictions share what's really going on - and share it on social media for loved ones to keep track. And that is pretty groovy.
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Media Bistro has a great piece on Twitter stats and active use. Jakarta, who knew?
Cheddar is a tasty little app meant to help you stay organized on the go. Have you tried it? Let us know what you think.
A cool new app that helps you sell stuff to people nearby. Found via The Next Web
Add text over your photos with this soon-to-be-released app.
According to research from Social Bakers, Sunday is the day of the week when your social media fans/followers/whatever will most likely engage with your brand.