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 »
Facebook has been hard at work developing apps that branch off of the massive social network. The latest arrival is Facebook Lite, a newly-launched app that’s aimed at low-end Android phones and poor network connections. The app is minuscule, coming in at just 252KB in size, making it ideal for entry-level Android phones with ... Read More »
Ever since Facebook killed off the messaging portion of the mobile app (at least for the most part), people have been forced to move to Facebook Messenger. And I never understood why that was a bad thing, as the Messenger app is pretty decent. Yeah, it’s just another app cluttering your phone, but ... Read More »
Facebook has been on a recent trend of separating parts of the main app into separate apps, most notably Facebook Messenger. There has been a whole controversy around Messenger, as Facebook removed the capability from the stock app and required people to download the standalone messaging app to use Facebook’s message capabilities. ... Read More »