Young and hip teenage girls know how to enjoy the good things in life. At the same time, they know how to handle themselves at their tender age. These days, what’s helping them more are the many apps available easily on their phones. Here are the top apps that every teen queen must have:
Tumblr: The best app to have on the phone, it lets teen girls post anything they stumble upon—from snaps to stories and even GIFs and videos. Curate content or even post your own content—the app lets you do anything your mood wants.
Hairstyle Lite+: Choose from different hairstyles and see how you will look in them using this app. A dream for every teen girl, it lets her experiment without having to snip those tresses.
Color Splash: Wonder how those lovely profile pics with only a part in color, came to be? Well, try Color Splash and add texture, tints and hues to any picture—in any way you want.
Period Plus: A very useful app that actually lets careless teens keep track of their period date with a list of their own symptoms. Easy to use and insightful for those times when you simply forget the date and a big event is near!
Cupcakes: Teenage girls might have stumbled upon baking as a hobby. This apps lets them explore recipes, see how the final product should look and also check out tricks from experts cupcake makers—all on one app!
Google is the most dominant search engine in the world and it has also been the most visited web site in the world for the past 5 years. Yahoo on the other hand has been having some pretty rough times. Still, since Marissa Mayer has been made the CEO of the struggling company, she has embarked on a mission to re vamp the company’s persona. Mayer has been doing this by buying other web sites, especially ones that are very popular amongst the youth culture of today, for example, Tumblr. And this seems to be working.
Yahoo has just become the first company to knock Google of its top spots with 196 million views over Google’s 192 million visits for the month of July. Now I understand that many think there is no need to get excited about one month’s scores – but remember, this is the first time Google has been beaten since 2008.
Maybe this spells the beginning of a new dawn for Yahoo. Marissa Mayer will certainly have something to boast about in her next board meeting – and she will now likely have the confidence to push more changes that will hopefully continue this revival of Yahoo.… Read the rest
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer announced on her Tumblr blog this morning that the search giant has bought over social blogging network Tumblr for $1.1 billion. She promised though that founder and CEO David Karp will stay at the helm of affairs as CEO.
“We promise not to screw it up”, Mayer said. She also said that Tumblr will work independently to maintain the desired independence of the popular social network. Karp also announced, “Our headquarters isn’t moving. Our team isn’t changing. Our roadmap isn’t changing. And our mission – to empower creators to make their best work and get it in front of the audience they deserve – certainly isn’t changing.” This all-cash deal could make Karp, a high-school drop-out, worth $220m.
Users on Tumblr can create their own blogs, follow blogs on the networks and reblog them. However, the company posted revenues of $13million last year, only after $125million in capital investments.
However, with the new move, Yahoo and Tumblr will come together to create advertising opportunities. They will also create a very large media network.… Read the rest