For those that use Facebook on a regular basis and are tired of having to sift through an endless sea of posts before getting to “the good stuff,” the social networking giant is giving you some tweaking powers.
On Thursday, July 9, Facebook officially unveiled some new preferences for its News Feed, all of which ... Read More »
Facebook has spent a good amount of time pushing Messenger, its dedicated app for messages, calls and video calls. Now the company is expanding Messenger’s possible user base even more by allowing customers to sign up without a Facebook account. If you’re not on Facebook, all you need is a name, ... Read More »
Congrats, Facebook. Your ever-popular, well-loved messaging app has just reached 1 billion installs on Google Play. What are you going to do next?
Sure, Facebook Messenger may be totally essential if you ever plan on messaging someone on Facebook from your phone, but let’s not let that tarnish Facebook’s accomplishment today. Messenger ... Read More »
On Thursday, June 4, Facebook announced a brand new app called Facebook Lite, showcasing a slimmed down version of its popular app that’s meant to work on more devices and across a wide range of network conditions, all while keeping the experience as good as it can be.
With Facebook Lite, the social networking juggernaut ... Read More »
When a phone call arrives and the number is blocked, or unknown, or it’s just a string of numbers you don’t recognize, the impulse to answer that call can be lessened a great deal. Facebook is trying to make it easier for people to know who is trying to get in touch with them, and ... Read More »
Facebook has quietly begun testing a version of its app that incorporates a hint of Material Design, possibly signifying the beginning of a larger visual overhaul. The primary aspect of Material Design found in this test version is the inclusion of a circular floating action button in the bottom right corner ... Read More »