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.
While many applications out there are updating their features to match what Apple has opened up in iOS 8, many are waiting. Even some of the big names are holding off on their updates, like Facebook. Instead of updating the main app, the social networking giant has instead opted to talk about what’s coming in the coming weeks.
Facebook working on fix to prevent malicious links from initiating calls without prompting in Messenger app
Facebook released an update for its app yesterday, which seemed to be a minor update to fix some bugs, but a post on the company’s Engineering blog reveals that they’ve fixed a major bug that should reduce the crash rate by more than 50 percent on iOS.