These companies are all about celebrating pride month. Check out exactly what they are doing to showcase their recognition.
As a leader in its industry, it’s important that Apple also implements social responsibility in its agenda. The tech giant has put out its Pride Edition Apple Watch band. The band can be purchased for $49 and is colored the classic rainbow that brands the LGBTQ movement.
The social media platform introduced the pride reaction button this year. The button can be found by the other “like options” and can be recognized by the rainbow circle.
A special LGBTQ sticker set was launched along with a Pride-inspire photo project. The stickers included a trans flag inspired design.
The Pride parades that were occurring in 35 different cities were shown on Google Maps so users could follow routes. Additional event information was also showcased on the site.
The ride sharing company announced that it would donate $100,000 over the next 12 months to LGBTQ causes. Lyft cars were also seen along Pride routes decked out in rainbow colors.
Twitter introduced a hashtag icon that can be summoned with the hashtags #Pride2017, #PrideMonth, and #LoveisLove.
The camera company (yeah we got that right) introduced an array of Pride themed stickers. It also had Pride specific geofilters so users could see exactly where the action was.
If you haven’t had the chance to check out any of these additions, the time is now. Hop onto your favorite app and you’ll be surprised at the changes occurring.