If you are a big Haitian music fan like me, I’m pretty sure you know about SoundCloud – the world’s leading social sound platform. Well, the company has announced that it is rolling out a new feature called Suggested Tracks to all of its supported platforms.
Social Media giant Facebook released a new customized sticker pack for Copa América Centenario. The new animated sets of stickers is a fun way to help fans cheer on their favorite teams within Facebook messages and in comments on posts.
Apple asked RYOT to test drive the iPhone 6s, so they took it to Haiti and made a film about color. They used some cutting edge filmmaking techniques with this incredible device and learned that you don’t need a professional rig to tell an incredible story. Watch the film after the jump.
Haiti’s #1 morning radio show Chokarella has posted teaser screenshots for a its upcoming version 6.1 of the Chokarella iOS app. Looking at the screenshots, we can tell that the Chokarella team is extremely close to finally giving its audience what they want! Pretty dope, right? I can’t wait.
We will release a full review of the app once it’s released. In the meantime, take a look at a few images of what the app will look like. Hopefully this will hold you over!
Just in time for Haitian Heritage Month (May), Instagram released support for emojis in hashtags. Huge news!
Starting today, you can hashtag emojis (including the Haitian Flag Emoji) in Instagram captions. When a post has been tagged with an emoji, you’ll be able to click through and see its hashtag page. Here’s what it looks like the image below:
Field Ready is working with three Haitian organizations (Haiti Communitere, Ti Kay Haiti and MamaBaby Haiti) to make medical disposables using MakerBot 3D printers. Field Ready combines 3-D printing with low-tech innovation such as “hyper-local” manufacturing to increase the independence of aid workers and those affected by disasters.