Instagram adds mute button, streaming TV customers happier than pay TV's
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Twitter is ending its support for Xbox, Roku, and Android TV platforms on May 24th.
The move might be a way to focus Twitter's audience back to the small screen or simply a resource issue.
Nevertheless, Twitter can still be used on your tv if you want it There's Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV that's still supported for now.
Instagram is finally adding a mute feature for videos and photos, in addition to the story based one that's already live.
Starting soon, a user will be able to temporary block another user's photos and videos from appearing in their feed.
It's perfect for ignoring someone that's a little too share happy on vacation.
And finally, according to the American customer satisfaction index, users of streaming TV platforms are happier with their service than those using their paid TV counterpart.
Of course this isn't exactly shocking, as we're still very much in the honeymoon phase of streaming TV, but the cheaper price probably has a lot to do with it too.
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