Path 3.2 is designed to give the user more control. It has tools for private sharing, designating an “inner circle,” and will now offer a premium subscription service.
Finally, Path is adding more companies access to its application programming interface (API) — that means you’re going to be able to pull in updates about your life from WordPress, Viddy, the Bible, and more.
Along with the debut of the high-end Nokia 1020 Windows Phone (with a freaking 41-megapixel camera) today, it was announced that some big apps will soon hit Windows Phone 8 including Vine and Path.
“We like to use the metaphor that Path is your home inside of Facebook city, where Twitter is the news network,” said Dave Morin of his closed-loop network last year.
Path has always taken a different … trail. So it’s no surprise that the private social network is laying down new tracks in an attempt to make digital communication more human.
Just as Path was beginning to put last year’s controversy over its access to user address books, the social networking app is in hot water again over location data within images.
Path, the private social network, wants us to see search as something personal.
Path’s latest debut is as design-focused as ever, but this time, it’s built with larger screens in mind.
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Path founder Dave Morin talks about creating a safe space within the Facebook ’city.’
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Mark Zuckerberg and his current employees aren’t the only ones making it big in Silicon Valley today. Former Facebook employees who have struck out on their own and started companies — referred to as the Facebook Mafia — have collectively raised a total of $271 million in funding since 2006, according to a report from venture capital database CB Insights.
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A class-action lawsuit was filed against 18 high-profile mobile application companies this week, resulting out of recent reports that these companies “steal” user address books.
[vimeo 38454546 w=640 h=360] Dave Morin and the rest of the Path team are staunchly on the native side of the mobile-web-apps-versus-native-apps debate, and in this interview, he explains why.
Dave Morin circa 2010