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Mobile Minutes: Instagram algorithm panic; SoundCloud’s new service; Tinder’s acquisition; Nintendo app launch date

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March 30, 2016

instagInstagram asks everyone to calm down after algorithm uproar
Instagram is trying to reassure its millions of users that there’s no reason to panic. The social media brand promises nothing about the way its popular photo-sharing app works is changing… yet.
Read more on Fortune

SoundCloud becomes more like Spotify and every other music streaming service
On Tuesday, SoundCloud launched a long-awaited premium service, SoundCloud Go, that’s strikingly similar to rival offerings already out there. This is a big change for the company, which rose to prominence by being different.
Read more on Bloomberg

Tinder buys Humin in push to improve its dating game
Today Tinder, the Match Group’s hot dating app, announced that it has acquired Humin, a San Francisco app company that made a smart contact list (also called Humin) and location-based networking app Knock Knock.
Read more on Forbes

Nintendo’s first mobile app available in U.S. this week
Nintendo will launch its first app for mobile devices in the U.S. on March 31, the video game maker announced Tuesday.
Read more on USA Today

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