How tech companies are celebrating the same-sex marriage ruling

How tech companies are celebrating the same-sex marriage ruling

In case you haven’t heard, today is a great day for love in the US. Same-sex marriage was just legalized across the entire country in a historic Supreme Court ruling, and the internet is basically a big pride party right now.

Here are some of the big names in tech are joining in on the celebration – this post will be constantly updated with more voices sure to pop up throughout the day:


Tim Cook took to Twitter to voice his support for the ruling.


Google meanwhile prepared a video for the decision, titled #ProudToLove

Typing ‘marriage equality’ into Search, meanwhile, leads to a cute easter egg:



Facebook is letting you add rainbow filters to your profile pictures by visiting

Facebook Pride


Microsoft CEO sent out a short tweet commemorating the historic moment.


Twitter has a new avatar.


You can also track how many are tweeting about #LoveWins with Reverb
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In true Spotify fashion, the company created a playlist:


Uber also took to Twitter to voice its support.

And if you order a taxi, you’ll even see rainbow cabs in its app:

Image Credit: Ludovic Bertron / Flickr


Clever adaptation of their stripey logo, here.




The pink ‘stache gets a rainbow flag.


Pandora gave a well-earned thumbs up to the Supreme Court


Mesmerizing Vine, here. We like it!


You can add some colorful text to your Snapchat pics, too!

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