If you have decided that you no longer want to focus all of your attention on how many likes your Instagram posts receive, or how many likes other peoples' posts get, you can actually hide that number from view now.
TikTok now lets parents remotely customize their child's experience with a new Family Pairing mode. It's part of a package of minor protection measures including the automatic disabling of DMs for younger users.
Telegram is getting better for users with new experience upgrades like chat folders, desktop sync, and channel stats. For Android users, there are new animations to add a little more pop to the messaging experience.
Twitter is testing new ways to take on misinformation, including bright orange warning banners over tweets judged to be wrong or misleading by fact-checkers. The firm is also testing a point-based community ranking system.
TikTok's digital wellbeing efforts get a boost with a new Family Safety Mode. Parents and guardians will be able to link their accounts to those of their kids and control what content they see as well as limit screen time.