It’s been a week of ups and downs in the digital world – from HQ Trivia closing its doors, to TikTok taking the No. 1 spot to become the most globally downloaded app. Here’s everything you missed this week in digital news.
- Facebook introduced Hoppi, a Pinterest-esque platform.
- Tik Tok has become the most downloaded app globally.
- Instagram is actively moving people to more credible sources of information on health issues, including the Coronavirus.
- Regulatory body Ofcom is offering more power over social media platforms.
- HQ Trivia has officially shut down.
- Amazon’s Jeff Bezos pledges US$10bn to fight climate change.
- Here are six ways to leverage the marketing opportunity of TikTok.
- Google Maps turned 15 last week, a timely reminder of its usefulness and its new features.
- Facebook released their Online Content Regulation whitepaper.
- TikTok has been fully integrated into the experience for this year’s Brit Awards.
- Introducing Second Spectrum, the optical tracking company innovating the live sports viewing experience.
- Thanks to Guinness, a beer jacket has become a tangible thing.
- Calling all #clickheads: Anti-Click-Through Rate Day day was last week.
- Hulu launches a ‘What Should I Watch’ lens on Snapchat.