In the Press
This is a summary of notable news articles and reviews written about the software I've designed.
WhatsApp is now rolling out the ability to share files up to 2GB in size, a massive jump from the previous 100MB limit. Meta, the company behind WhatsApp, said last month that these features would be coming “soon,” and it seems like today's the day.
WhatsApp Rolls Out Emoji Reactions, Bigger Files, and Massive Groups →The Verge · May 2022
Workplace is rebuilding its Workplace Chat iOS app to improve performance and productivity, adding dark mode, and faster navigation. Workplace's new design will help remote workers connect and collaborate.
Workplace Revamps its Website and iOS App with a New Design →TechRadar · July 2020
The tools that Facebook is adding enhance how Workplace users are able to work with video. Live Q&A lets the host of a live video queue, triage and select questions without the questions being visible to everyone watching.
Facebook’s Workplace Adds Drop-in Video Rooms and More →TechCrunch · May 2020
Workplace is something subtly different. Every Workplace group, for instance, has a separate tab for chat and threaded 'post' conversations. For certain types of businesses, it's a product with no equal at the moment.
Facebook's Workplace Redesign Looks Nothing like Slack →Engadget · August 2019
Yavi is a communications platform for shift workers that gives employers a single and easy channel to non-desk staff.
Five tech companies to watch at EIE16 →The Scotsman · April 2016
If you are emailing someone about a new job, you don't want to link to your Facebook profile or a bad YouTube video of yourself. Step in Wonderloop.
Wonderloop Launches A Web Version Of Its Video Profiles App →TechCrunch · October 2015
Snip and Share for Chrome makes it simple to post GIFs, videos, an entire Web page and more.
Review: Snip and Share for Chrome →The Next Web · September 2015
A bunch of teenagers from around the globe have managed to create what we can call “the best Twitter client” available at the moment.
Boid: A Beautiful Twitter App for Android 4.0+ Phones →Team Android · June 2012
It's all very intuitive. It's polished, and has plenty of reasons to become your next Twitter app.
Review: Boid Twitter client for Android →Android Central · March 2012
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