Check out this week’s summary of all the latest social media news, including changes and new features on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and Tumblr:
- Facebook for iOS 7 — now with more tabs – Facebook updated its mobile app for the iOS7 release last week, including the addition of a row of tabs at the bottom of the screen (AllThingsD)
- YouTube will add offline viewing to its mobile apps in November – viewers will soon be able to watch YouTube videos without an internet connection; users will be able to save videos for up to 48 hours, and creators can choose whether or not to enable offline viewing for their videos (GigaOM)
- Pinterest promises it won’t mess up the site with ads (oh, and it’s going to do ads) – Pinterest is debuting ads on the site, called “Promoted Pins,” allowing brands to pay for their pins to appear near the top of search results and category feeds; Pinterest will be testing the ads (for free) over the next few weeks and gathering user feedback (AdAge)
- DataSift signs deal with Tumblr – analytics company DataSift signed a deal with Yahoo (which owns Tumblr) to analyze realtime and archived data from Tumblr posts, offering insights and sentiment analysis for Datasift customers
Any social media updates that we missed? Let us know in the comments below!