In late October, Facebook launched “Rooms,” an app aimed at making it possible for Facebook users to remain pseudo-anonymous while they talk about whatever they want with other pseudo-anonymous people. Now, Facebook is going back to a more open social app.
Back in July, Facebook killed the chat functionality in the main Facebook app, and started forcing users to use the standalone Facebook Messenger app. Facebook argued that the Messenger app is much better for chatting than the main app, but users aren’t reacting positively to this change.
Room Inc, creators of the app Room, are ‘debating legal action’ following the launch of Facebook’s Rooms
Word in early October surfaced that Facebook was working on a stand-alone app that was focused on anonymity. Turns out that was true, as Facebook has just launched their newest app, Rooms, which allows you to ditch your real name.
Facebook Safety Check aims to make it easy to tell friends and family you’re safe during natural disaster
Facebook may have just updated their official iOS app to support the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but it looks like the social media giant isn’t done adding new things.
Facebook on Monday announced that stickers, previously limited to use within the Facebook Messenger app, have been extended for use in comments sections across the social network. To send a sticker as a comment, simply tap on the smile face in the bottom-right of the comment field and tap on one of the dozens of stickers available.