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App for journalists: InShot, for creating distinctive social media posts

Bring your mojo content to life on social media with filters, stickers and text options

Posted by Daniel Green on 03/10/19

Tip: Getting started with Snapseed

From adding filters to digitally removing objects, here is an in-depth guide to the basics of Google's photo editing app

Posted by Daniel Green on 26/09/19

Live-streaming app Happs is set to innovate breaking news

The app enables citizen journalists and news curators to source and produce real-time content for Twitter and Periscope

Posted by Daniel Green on 11/09/19

Can TikTok save journalism? The Washington Post is set to find out

With its funny videos and memes, the US news site amassed 78k followers in three months, even inspiring teens to want to become journalists

Posted by Daniel Green on 21/08/19

App for journalists: Voice Record Pro, for transcribing audio interviews

Instead of writing up the quotes from your last interview, this free app allows you to record audio and instantly turn it into text from your smartphone

Posted by Jacob Granger on 16/07/19

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Journalism.co.uk is 'pick of the week' on Google Currents

You can now listen to Journalism.co.uk podcasts from within the Google Currents app

Posted by Sarah Marshall on 10 April 2013

SoundCloud adds trim and edit features to its apps

SoundCloud adds edit, pause and fade options to its iOS and Android apps

Posted by Sarah Marshall on 21 September 2012

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