After WhatsApp decided not too long ago to make life harder for spy agencies by securing all their messages via end-to-end encryption, now it’s Facebook’s turn to test the waters with Secret Conversations.
Have you ever had that feeling, that Facebook somehow knows exactly what types of ads to show you, though you never click on banners and you keep a very low profile while cruising the internet?
Whether you love it or loathe it, Facebook is here to stay and they have over a billion camera happy users. It appears they also have a new Facebook Camera app in the works as they aim to get their users sharing more content. There are more camera apps available on iTunes and the Play […]
Whether you simply use it, loathe it, or love it… Facebook is here to stay. The company is always tinkering with their service and launching new features, and today we’re getting a big one with the launch of Facebook Reactions.
There are shockwaves around the world today caused by the dreadful tragedy in Paris last night. Much of the world is uniting against these actions and sharing thoughts on social media through mobile apps. Now the Paris attack has stemmed a special Facebook profile pic change, as a way of showing solidarity to the victims. […]
If you’re reading this article, there is a very strong chance you have a Facebook account or have had one in the past. Facebook has dipped their toes into the app waters several times before, and today they’ve unveiled the Facebook Notify app for folks on iOS.
Many readers may have heard of the Facebook Lite app that launched for some emerging markets earlier in the month. Today the Facebook Lite app download for India has become available on the Android platform. For those who haven’t heard of it, Facebook Lite is intended as a lighter, less intensive version of the app. […]
It’s been a while since we talked about the Oculus Rift as things like Cardboard and Samsung Gear VR have come along and stolen a bit of the spotlight. That’s going to change soon, but maybe not as soon as some might like. Facebook has just given us a look at their version of the […]
Facebook. Love it or hate it, the social service isn’t going away anytime soon, and they’ve spent a lot of time and money branching out into other areas. Virtual Reality is one of them, but staying ‘social’ is key to keeping their users happy. The Facebook Riff app doesn’t delve in VR, but it will allow you to create and collaborate on videos with your friends.
The Facebook app is one of the most download mobile apps on any platform. Last week, the company unveiled the Facebook Rooms app for iOS. Ready to get social in an all new way?