Facebook has released an update for iOS app with new features and improvements.
Due to limitations of iOS, Facebook couldn’t bring the Home experience that it offers on Android smartphones. While it was good news for some of us, who didn’t want our smartphone experience to center around Facebook, there are some users who were disappointed.
Facebook has now released an update for its standalone messenger app, which brings the popular Stickers feature. Facebook Messenger 2.4 will also let you delete conversations in the Inbox by swiping, which has been added back on popular demand.
Facebook today released a major update to its iOS app, bumping the version number to 6.0 and adding a number of new features, one of which is Chat Heads, a new take at chat notifications.
Last week, Facebook launched Facebook Home for Android, which transforms an Android phone into a Facebook/social phone.
When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked about Facebook Home for iOS during the Q&A session after the presentation earlier in the month, he briefly mentioned that it would require a direct partnership with Apple.
Facebook Home is going to launch tomorrow.
What is it? It’s a replacement Android launcher that takes over nearly every part of your phone. It changes your lock screen, it changes your home screen, it changes your app launcher, and it also installs this neat little messaging client called “Chat Heads”.
Yesterday, Facebook unveiled Home for Android, which transforms an Android phone into a Facebook/social phone.