Here’s what you missed this week in digital news: the two founders of Instagram stepped down from Facebook, Snapchat is bouncing back with a new feature aptly called Bounce and Easyjet can now curate holiday inspiration based on your Instagram photos.
- Google is reportedly paying big to remain Apple’s default search provider.
- BBC launched an online-only content platform called BBC Reel, available on the BBC website and YouTube.
- Snapchat launched Bounce (much like Instagram’s Boomerang) and globally rolled out self-serve shoppable ads.
- Here’s why retailers need to get ahead with Visual Search Trends.
- BARB data now pulls in TV sets, tablets, PCs and smartphones – but it still doesn’t include Netflix or Amazon Prime viewing.
- Tim Berners-Lee is building the next stage of the internet, an open-source project called Solid.
- Here’s how to find and play Google’s hidden adventure game.
- Snapchat now links visual search to Amazon listings, taking away the pain of trawling the internet to find that one thing you spotted and wanted.
- Easyjet can now curate holiday ideas based on Instagram images uploaded into their app.