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Facebook is working on its own digital assistant codenamed ‘Moneypenny’

Facebook is working on its own digital assistant codenamed ‘Moneypenny’

Google, Apple and Microsoft have all been working on their own digital assistant for their respective platforms. The digital assistant from these companies are aimed at making the lives of their users easier by displaying them relevant information at the right time and automatically reminding them before their flight, movie or any other scheduled event.

Facebook rumored to launch a music streaming service of its own [Update]

Facebook rumored to launch a music streaming service of its own [Update]

Streaming music has become “a thing,” and even Apple has recently jumped onto the bandwagon with its own Apple Music service.

Facebook offers better control over its News Feed with new preferences

Facebook offers better control over its News Feed with new preferences

On Thursday, July 9, Facebook officially announced some noteworthy changes to its News Feed, which should make users plenty happy.

Facebook adds Snapchat-style photo editor with stickers, filters, and text

Facebook adds Snapchat-style photo editor with stickers, filters, and text

Facebook has begun testing a new Snapchat-style photo uploader on iOS that allows users to overlay text and stickers on their images before publishing them. There’s also a new filter feature that lets you preview different effects by swiping across your photos.

Facebook lets users sign up for Messenger without an account

Facebook lets users sign up for Messenger without an account

Up until now, Facebook has required an account tied to the social network to access Messenger, the company’s ridiculously popular messaging app.

Facebook launches Moments, a new standalone app to share photos privately

Facebook launches Moments, a new standalone app to share photos privately

Another day, another app from Facebook. This one’s all about the photographs that you, or your friends, take, and figuring out a new and secure way to share them.

Facebook improves location sharing in Messenger, removes always-on tracking

Facebook improves location sharing in Messenger, removes always-on tracking

Facebook has developed a new method of sharing your location in Messenger to make the app safer and to protect your privacy. The service will no longer share your location by default, so it is only broadcast when you explicitly choose to send it.

How to disable Facebook Messenger’s Location Tracking

How to disable Facebook Messenger’s Location Tracking

Facebook is one of my most used apps on my iPhone. And ever since they forced me to download their separate Messenger application, both apps are part of my daily routine. Facebook, a company very familiar with privacy issues and missteps, cloaks its motives in “providing the best experience” for its users.

Facebook planning to replace ‘Messenger’ with ‘Post’ button for new flyout menu in redesigned iPhone app

Facebook planning to replace ‘Messenger’ with ‘Post’ button for new flyout menu in redesigned iPhone app

Facebook seems to be working on a minor redesign of its popular iPhone app.

TechCrunch reports that Facebook may replace the Messenger button, which redirects you to the Facebook Messenger app with a new “Post” button.

Facebook Messenger’s video calling feature is now available to everyone

Facebook Messenger’s video calling feature is now available to everyone

Facebook’s VP of messaging David Marcus today announced that the video calling feature of FB Messenger, which was introduced in late April, is now available worldwide.